Education briefs, March 15-17 |

Education briefs, March 15-17

TMJH currently enrolling students for 2017-2018
Treasure Mountain Junior High School is enrolling students for the 2017-2018 school year, including those matriculating into the Park City School District from the Weilenmann School of Discovery and Park City Day School. According to a press release, the deadline for parents to turn in registration forms for their students to the school’s counseling office is Friday. To register, parents will need to provide the school with their students’ birth certificates, proofs of residency and immunization records, among other items. For more information, visit the school’s website at

Summit County scouts seek food donations
Boy Scouts in Summit County will be gathering food donations Saturday, March 18. According to a press release, Scouts have been delivering door hangers throughout the area in recent weeks — homes that have received one are asked to place food donations in a visible place outside of their homes by 9 a.m. In Park City, food will be donated to the Christian Center of Park City, while food gathered in places such as Coalville and Kamas will be given to the Community Action Agencies. In addition to food, disposable diapers, hygiene products and cleaning products are also needed.

TMJH students can take PSAT exam
Eighth- and ninth-graders at Treasure Mountain Junior High School will have an opportunity to take the PSAT exam on Saturday, March 18. According to the school’s website, interested students must fill out a registration form that is available at the counseling office or the Park City High School counseling office. The cost is $20, and spaces will be reserved on a first-come, first-served basis. After the test, students will be given an interactive score report and a study plan for improving scores. Students will also gain access to online career, major and college exploration tools. The exam will be administered at 7:45 a.m. at PCHS.

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