Education briefs, May 17-19
May 16, 2017
Laptop collection at PCHS set for June 7
Students at Park City High School are required to turn in their laptops on Wednesday, June 7. According to the school's website, pchs.pcschools.us, the laptops will be shut down at 6 a.m. that day, meaning students will not be able to access the internet or any documents on the computers. Students will return the laptops outside the library and will also be expected to fill out year-end check-out sheets. They are responsible for any damage laptops sustained in their care and must pay a deductible by June 8. Those who will return to PCHS next year can keep their bags, chargers and cables, but seniors must return all items.
Parley's Park to hold student art night
Parley's Park Elementary School is scheduled to hold its first annual student art night June 2. According to the school's website, ppes.pcschools.us, the event will combine the international festival, talent show and art show. The event is tentatively scheduled for 3 p.m. to 6 p.m., and more details about performance scheduling, food truck options and a student art gallery stroll are forthcoming.
PCSD seeks feedback on start times
The Park City School District is seeking community feedback about school start times. According to a press release, the survey takes just a few minutes, and the information will be given to the Park City Board of Education, which for several months has been considering changing school start times to better accommodate the learning habits of adolescents. The survey is offered in both English and Spanish and is available on the district's website, pcschools.us. The website also has more information about why the district is considering a change. The deadline to take the survey is May 21.
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