Education briefs, Jan. 28-30, 2015
January 27, 2015
North Summit offers music lessons
North Summit students can take music lessons in the high school band room beginning Feb. 2. According to the district’s website, nsummit.org, lessons will be given for the violin, viola, cello and bass. The cost is $100 for 16 lessons. Registration forms are available at the high school and the middle school for interested students.
Preschool holds open house
The Park City Cooperative Preschool is holding an open house for prospective preschoolers and their parents Feb. 3. According to a press release, the open house is an opportunity for students and parents to learn about the school, meet teachers and to play in the classroom. Enrollment for new students begins Feb. 3. For more information, contact the school at 435-649-5949 or visit parkcitycoop.com.
MLB announces school program
Major League Baseball and Scholastic recently announced the Breaking Barriers: In Sports, in Life program, which aims to teach students about the experiences of Jackie Robinson, who broke baseball’s color barrier in 1947. According to a press release, teachers of grades four through nine can download the free program material at scholastic.com/breakingbarriers.
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