Nancy Garrison

On today's program, host Leslie Thatcher discussed the proposed $56 million education bond with School Board members Nancy Garrison and Julie  Eihausen. Snyderville Planning Commissioner Chuck Klingenstein reviews the items of discussion at last night's meeting including the EPA update and positive recommendation for the new location of Whole Foods. Sara Hutchinson with Park City Education Foundation and Summit County Librarian Kirsten Nilsson preview the community discussions on this year's One Book - Boys in the Boat.

The Park City school board looks ahead to this year's Utah legislative session - with one big concern - a bill that would shift funding away from public schools. Lynn Ware Peek has more.

The Park City school district has high hopes that teacher negotiations will flow smoothly and expeditiously this year.   Lynn Ware Peak has more.

The school year opens one teacher short at Parley's Park Elementary, following the arrest nearly two weeks ago of a 5th grade teacher. Lynn Ware Peek has more.

Amid a flood of concern from students, teachers, parents, and the community, the Park City School  Board appeared to compromise on the proposed $5,000,000 building for possible future district needs, but in doing so confused the issue even further. Lynn Ware Peek has more.

The Park City school board will make a decision by the end of the month whether to move forward with the new $5,000,000 Professional Development and PCCAPS building. KPCW's Leslie Thatcher has more.

Park City School District dual immersion language students might not be taking Calculus in French while in high school, but, under the plan revealed by the School District this week, they will get quality foreign language instruction to solidify their skills after fifth grade. KPCW's Lynn Ware Peek has more.

Park City School District is coming up short in this year's budget - some of the reason for the shortfall has to do with the reduced revenues from the State. Lynn Ware Peek 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.