The High School Expansion subcommittee wants to hear what people have to say about the design plans to enlarge the high school to accommodate 9th grade. They have another presentation scheduled for Wednesday. Carolyn Murray has more:
Park City School District's high school expansion committee presented four design options in Tuesday night's public input session. Between forty and fifty people attended and were given a chance to give the committee feedback. KPCW's Carolyn Murray attended the meeting and has this:
The Park City School Board met Tuesday afternoon and had a first time look at the 175,000 square-foot High School Expansion options which now include 4 different designs. KPCW’s Carolyn Murray was at the meeting and has this:
The Park City High School expansion Architectural firm had a preliminary unveiling last week where design options were laid out and students and faculty could look over the plans, ask questions and give input. KPCW’s Carolyn Murray had an opportunity to attend and has this report.
There are a couple of large capital projects on the horizon for the Park City School District. A task force has been working on the High School Expansion for many months but there’s a looming issue with what to do about a new school to replace Treasure Mountain Junior High and how to handle the 5th to 8th grade realignment. Carolyn Murray was at the school board meeting on Tuesday and has this: