Education briefs, June 17-19
June 16, 2015
Little Miners Montessori hosts summer camps
Little Miners Montessori School is hosting four camps for children aged three through eight throughout the summer. According to the school’s newsletter, the first camp, called Stars and Stripes, will be held July 6-10. The other camps include: The Mighty Jungle (July 13-17), Classic Fairy Tales (July 20-24) and Moovin’ and Groovin’ (July 27-31). The camps run from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. each day. Each camp costs $197 per child. Students who will be attending the school next year are encouraged to go to at least one of the camps, but students who aren’t enrolled are also welcome. Those interested are encouraged to sign up as soon as possible because the camps fill quickly. For more information, visit the school’s website at littleminers.org.
Women’s Athenaeum Club celebrates grads
The Women’s Athenaeum Club recently held its 73rd annual Mother-Daughter Celebration to honor the Park City High School graduating class of 2015. According to a press release, Katie Kelley, who participated in the school’s debate team, volleyball team and French club, was named the class’s Outstanding Girl Graduate at the event. Kerri Cronk, a news anchor for Fox 13 was the keynote speaker and shared a message of focusing on one’s purpose in life.
Red Apple Gala tickets to go on sale
Tickets for the Red Apple Gala, an annual fundraising event put on by the Park City Education Foundation, go on sale July 1. According to the foundation’s website, pcef4kids.com, money raised from the gala, which will be held Sept. 12, goes toward grants that benefit Park City students. Last year’s event raised more than $275,000. Price details on the tickets were not available. For more information, visit pcef4kids.com.