Education briefs: Parley’s Park Elementary School to perform Beauty and the Beast Jr.
Parley’s Park Elementary School to perform Beauty and the Beast Jr.
Parley’s Park Elementary School is set to perform Beauty and the Beast Jr. on Wednesday, March 13, and Thursday, March 14, according to the school’s flyer. The performances are scheduled to take place at 1:45 and 6:30 p.m. on both days at the school. Tickets are $5 a person, but children 12 years old and under are free.
Front Line & Blue Line event scheduled for March 21
South Summit School District and the Summit County Sheriff’s Office are partnering to put together another Front Line & Blue Line event, according to an event flyer. It is scheduled to take place on March 21 from 5:30 to 8 p.m. at South Summit High School. Speakers will discuss topics related to youth health, including vaping and social media. The evening is set to kick off with a resource fair, and presentations are scheduled to start at 6:45 p.m. The event is a continuation of the Front Line & Blue Line program, which aims to connect law enforcement and parents through an educational event.
Park City School District to complete listening tour
Park City School District and its consulting firm GSBS Architects are set to wrap up their listening tour on Thursday, March 14, at Treasure Mountain Junior High. According to the district’s website, parents, teachers and community members interested in providing feedback about the master planning process and how it impacts their specific schools can voice their opinions during the listening tour. The last two tour events are set to take place at Trailside Elementary School on Wednesday, March 13, and at Treasure Mountain on March 14. Both are scheduled to take place at 5 p.m.
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