Park City Board of Education

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

A new school board member has been selected for District 1.  The term is through December 2018.  Carolyn Murray has more:

Deadline for Park City School Board District 1 Applications is June 2nd.

Park City School District is taking applications for a District 1 board member to replace outgoing school board member Phil Kaplan.  His resignation from the Board of Education is effective June 9th. The newly named candidate will serve until December 2018.

Applications are accepted May 17th to June 2nd.  Candidates will be interviewed June 5th at 10 am at the District Offices in an open meeting.  A vote will be taken at the regularly scheduled June 6th School Board meeting at 9 am.

On today's program, Scott Loomis, Executive Director of  Mountainlands Housing Trust talks about affordable housing at Silver Creek Village—the Homeownership 101 workshop---and the possible affordable project on Mayflower property near Richardson Flat. Park City School Board Member Andrew Caplan and Business Administrator Todd Hauber discuss Tuesday's school board meeting, including the budget and today’s board retreat Kimball Art Center Education Director Amy McDonald and student Sadie AbuHaidar discuss this year's Wasatch Back Student Art Show.

There’s been a shakeup in the Park City School Board leadership, but board members are mum on the sudden resignation of the board’s presidency by Phil Kaplan. Leslie Thatcher reports.

With at least $64 million needed to expand Park City High School as well as $20 million for a new 5-6 school, the Park City Board of Education now needs to figure out how to pay for it. Leslie Thatcher reports.

The Park City Board of Education meets next Monday, the 27th.  The agenda includes a price tag for the proposed High School Expansion project.  Last week, they voted to rescind implementing grade realignment for next school year because they don’t have the room to accommodate 9th graders into the existing high school. Carolyn Murray has this:

Park City School District grade realignment decisions are in acceleration mode all of a sudden.   The School Board meets on Tuesday morning at 9am.  The agenda includes working through details of implementing changes by the 17-18 school year along with a discussion on a sizeable school bond initiative.   Carolyn Murray has more on the details.

Tania Knauer Reflects on School Board Term

Dec 28, 2016
Park City School District

The School Board election brings in two new members who will begin in January.  School Board president, Tania Knauer retires effective Dec 31st and provides KPCW with a recap of her time serving the school district community.  Carolyn Murray has more. 

On Tuesday, the Park City Board of Education approved a $50,000 revised budget option to cover the cost of hiring a transportation consultant to help the district move forward with changing school start times. Carolyn Murray has more.

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