Student drop-off, parking tips
Park City High School
Throughout the Park City High School (PCHS) remodeling process, student and faculty parking lots have been in flux. This year the west parking lot is reserved for staff and seniors and 70 parking spaces for seniors and juniors are available in the East Eccles lot. The Eccles lot can be accessed through the farthest east entrance to the school. Additional parking for juniors is available at the Mormon church behind the high school.
Parley’s Park Elementary School
Parley’s Park has a new traffic policy for parents this year. The new drop-off and pick-up zone will be located where the old bus lane was. Students will enter the building through the lunchroom. Parents are asked to drive past the front parking lot, which was the old drop-off area, then look for safety patrol volunteers who will direct traffic to the new drop-off point. Parents are reminded to pull all the way forward to the end of the bus lane and stay in their cars, only allowing student to exit at the curb. Parents are asked to contact the school office at 645-5260 with any questions.
McPolin Elementary School
Parents dropping off or picking up students at McPolin Elementary are reminded that cars only travel in one direction in the parking lot. Students should be dropped-off at the curb in front of the school where they should be greeted by principal Edmiston or a safety patrol officer. Parents are asked not to allow students to walk from the parking lot to the front entrance of the school un-chaperoned.
Trailside Elementary School
Student drop-off and pick-up procedures at Trailside are unchanged from previous years. Principal Pat Flynn reminds parents that, when you are facing the school, the parking area on the right-hand side is for buses and the left side is for parent drop-off.
Jeremy Ranch Elementary School
On the first day of school, all Jeremy Ranch Elementary School students will gather at the back playground where they will meet their teachers. Parents are asked to walk their students to the playground. All other schooldays, students should go directly to their classrooms. Parents are asked to enter the first driveway and circle around the parked cars to the designated drop-off and pick-up area called the "Hawk’s Nest." Teacher supervisors will be at the Hawk’s Nest, helping students find their way.
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