The Park City Rotary gave 125,000 dollars to three local youth oriented non-profits. The method was unique for the Rotary because their grants are usually smaller and distributed to diverse causes. Carolyn Murray has more on this.
Park City Board of Education meets in a special regular session on Tuesday at 4 o’clock. Top on the agenda is making a decision on the hiring of a new Trailside Elementary Principal. They’re also hoping to finalize a schedule for a “listening tour” to gather public input on the proposed capital school bond. Carolyn Murray has more:
On June 6th, business leaders and classroom teachers filed the Teacher and Student Success Act with the Lt. Governor’s office. This launches a ballot initiative to raise taxes to raise per pupil school funding. Carolyn Murray has more:
Closing the achievement gap between special and general education is a priority for the state board of education. They’ve been working on a project to close that divide for the past several years and there are some promising results. Carolyn Murray has this:
A new elementary school for grades 5 and 6 is in the early design stages with the Park City School District. The location has not been settled upon yet and many people have questions about the overall plan. Carolyn Murray has been following the discussions and has this story.
Tuesday, the board of Education heard the results from the School Bond Survey. Based on that information, the board may take a pause in pursuing a capital school bond this November. Carolyn Murray was at that meeting and has this report:
The School Board meets Tuesday afternoon to vote on new hiring recommendations. A new Assistant Superintendent is expected to be approved along with Compensation Agreements for District Administrative personnel.