Education briefs: Junior high to host student art show
Junior high to host student art show
Treasure Mountain Junior High is set to host a student art showcase on Thursday, May 9, according to a flyer. The event will include displays of student artwork and projects, as well as live performances. The open house is scheduled to take place from 5 to 7 p.m. at the school. The event is free and open to the public. The school plans to make the art showcase an annual event.
Foundation awards grants to Park City organizations
The Bessie Minor Swift Foundation recently announced that Park City READS and Trailside Elementary School are recipients of its annual grant, according to a press release. The foundation awarded $1,500 to Park City READS, a nonprofit that supports struggling readers and their families. It also awarded $1,000 to Trailside. The school intends to use the funds to promote its Reach the Peak Reading Challenge. The foundation awarded a total of $83,156 to 37 organizations in five states. The foundation was formed by the owners and founder of Swift Communications, which owns and operates The Park Record and parkrecord.com. It provides grants to programs and organizations that promote literacy, reading and writing skills.
South Summit orchestra and choir to host concert
South Summit Middle School and South Summit High School are scheduled to host a spring orchestra and choir concert on Thursday, May 9. According to a flyer, the event is set to take place from 7 to 8:30 p.m. at the middle school. The event is free and open to the public.
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