Ecker Hill Middle School

The Summit County Health Department and the Sheriff's office invite all Park City parents to their Front Line Blue Line safety event on Monday, May 14th at Ecker Hill Middle School at 6:00 pm.  Sheriff Justin Martinez and his staff will lead a discussion on ways to work together to keep our children and schools save. Topics will include drugs, dangerous Internet activity and more. 

PC Boys Lacrosse is sponsoring a clothing drive through April 20, 2018, to benefit Big Brothers Big Sisters of America. In addition to clothing and shoes, bedding and towels are acceptable and may be dropped off at any of the following locations by April 20: PC High School; Ecker Hill Middle School (Ms. Hales); PC MARC, or the Weilenmann School. ​The big weigh in day is April 21st at PC High School parking lot, 8-11am. If you need items picked up, text Brady Baumann, at 435-714-4237, or email Kelly Vendetti at kvendetti@yahoo.com.

Jake Benedict

A local business woman is working on a fundraising effort to help get extensive and urgent dental work for the son of a school district employee.  The on line auction is coming to an end on Wednesday.  They’ve raised a portion of the needed funds and have a little way to go still.  Carolyn Murray has this report.

Summit County is busy with two works-in-progress: the Cline Dahle parcel of Rasmussen Road and a planned Park 'N' Ride lot near Ecker Hill Middle School. Rick Brough has the latest with an update from County Development Director Pat Putt.

PCSD students attend Buildfest event at the Leonardo in SLC

A Park City 7th grader has a bicycle powered generator that is on exhibit at the Leonardo Museum in Salt Lake City over this Memorial Day weekend.  Carolyn Murray has more on this:

An Ecker Hill 7th grader has a new hero – one of the school’s secretaries - who saved his life last week. KPCW’s Leslie Thatcher has the story.

The Park City Board of Education has a multitude of projects on their immediate horizon. There’s grade realignment, high school expansion plans, over crowded elementary schools, a junior high school in need of replacement, a potential school bond on the ballot, not to mention the day in and day out work of academia. Carolyn Murray has more on this:

Summit County Sherriff's Office

Former Ecker Hill music teacher Derek Spitzer made his first court appearance Monday morning on charges he tried to have a sexual relationship with a student. Rick Brough has more.

Park City School District officials are cooperating in the on-going investigation of a former teacher who has been charged with four felonies for sexual communications with a student. Leslie Thatcher has more.

Ecker Hill Middle School students are finding out how despite summer vacation the garden growing at their school is still growing. Lynn Ware Peek has more.

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