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Education briefs: Survey open for PCSD master plan options

Survey open for PCSD master plan options

Park City School District is currently accepting feedback on the master plan options via a survey, according to the district’s website. The survey is available to parents, teachers and community members until Thursday, May 16, at 5 p.m. The survey is in both English and Spanish and is available at pcschools.us. The options and pros and cons of each choice are also available on the district website.


The EPA awards funds to replace old buses

The Environmental Protection Agency recently awarded Park City School District $80,000 to replace four of its school buses that have been in use since before 2007, according to the district’s social media pages. The district ordered diesel buses that have close to zero emissions. The district has made an effort to reduce its carbon footprint by upgrading its school buses.


Bike to School Day set for Friday

Bike to School Day is scheduled to take place on Friday, May 17. According to a flyer, the event will start with free breakfast at the corner of the Treasure Mountain Junior High parking lot from 7:30 to 9:30 a.m. A bike safety presentation and barbecue will then take place from 1 to 3 p.m. at Jeremy Ranch Elementary School. It will include a bike safety obstacle course. The event is sponsored by Park City School District and Park City Municipal.


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