The Park City School District's CAPS program (short for Center for Advanced Professional Studies) gives students a chance to get involved in business or non-profit worlds outside of school. Three CAPS students were in our studio last week. Rick Brough has more.
The Park City Education Foundation teacher grants have just been awarded as as a result, Park City school kids will get to learn from some innovative new programs those grants will allow. Lynn Ware Peek has more.
Park City Police Department's school resource officer and Park City Chief of Police explore a recent accusation that the police department is profiling kids based on the clothes they wear. Lynn Ware Peek has more.
In her final year in the Utah legislature Senator Pat Jones is looking for a lasting education legacy. She thinks she's come up with a bill that many on both sides of the aisle can get behind and will pump an additional 400-million dollars into schools statewide. KPCW's Leslie Thatcher has the story.
Taking the GED test in Utah will be a bit different in 2014. The high school equivalency test is being updated nationwide, with a focus on better preparing students for secondary education and workforce readiness. KPCW's Leslie Thatcher has more.
At least one Park City High School student has made a public protest against the new Park City Police Department safety liaison, saying he profiles students based on the way they look and the clothes they wear. But the school district says the officer may just be trying to raise awareness about some clothing brands and other habits of a drug culture that does exist, even at Park City High. Lynn Ware Peek has more.
An incident at Ecker Hill Middle School involving a student who was reported to be out of control, and claimed he had a knife resulted in what the school is calling only rumors about a total lock-down.