Education briefs, Nov. 30-Dec. 2
November 29, 2016
PCSD to hold input sessions on PCHS design
The Park City School District is inviting residents to participate in a series of community meetings about the design of an expansion of Park City High School. The district has been working with an architect to come up with three potential designs for expanding the high school to accommodate ninth-graders. Attendees will be able to provide input on the three designs. The first meeting is scheduled for Tuesday, Dec. 13, at the district office. The second is set for Wednesday, Jan. 11, at Ecker Hill Middle School, while the third is set for Thursday, Feb. 2 at the high school. All three are scheduled from 6 to 8 p.m. For more information, visit pcschools.us.
Students can register for Jeremy Ranch science fair
Students at Jeremy Ranch Elementary School are invited to register to participate in the school's annual science fair by Friday, Dec. 9. According to the school's website, the fair is scheduled for Wednesday, Jan. 18. Fifth-graders are required to do a project, while participation is optional for other students. Teams of up to three students are allowed. For more information, contact Stacia Hoots at email@example.com.
Day School to hold a high school fair
Park City Day School is holding a high school fair for students to evaluate which school they would like to attend after eighth grade. According to a press release, several schools, including Park City High School, Treasure Mountain Junior High School and the Winter Sports School, will be attending. The fair is set for Wednesday, Dec. 7, from 6 to 7 p.m. "Each year, our eighth-grade graduates head off to a variety of high school programs," said Tess Miner-Farra, assistant head of school, in the release. "So we wanted to provide our families (as well as others in Park City) an easy face-to-face way to find out information about the kinds of high school programs available to them.
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