Park City Board of Education

The Park City School District last year brought in nearly 40 new employees and adjusted teacher salaries with an across-the-board increase of $7,000, resulting in a budget spike of about $3.4 million for this year, which was discussed at Tuesday's school board meeting, along with master planning and potential bond issues. Carolyn Murray reports:

The Park City Board of Education meets  Tuesday for their final meeting of 2017. Associate Director from the Utah School Board Association plans to present strategies for hiring a replacement for departing superintendent Ember Conley.  Other agenda items include a detailed discussion of the Master Planning process along with budget and tax increase conversations. Carolyn Murray has this:

The Park City School District Superintendent announced her decision to resign effective June of 2018.  She’s made a personal decision to depart a year before her contract ends.  Carolyn Murray has this:

Park City School District superintendent Ember Conley announced she will complete her current contact through the end of the school district and will not seek renewal. Leslie Thatcher has more.

Park City Board of Education

The Park City Board of Education held their last public Strategic Planning session on Wednesday evening.  Teachers and administrators were not invited to attend.  This was in response to an early October meeting where parents said they were uncomfortable talking openly about their issues in front of school staff.   Carolyn Murray has this: 

Park City School District

The Board of Education meets Tuesday with several updates on the topics of  Special Education, Strategic Planning and Health and Safety  efforts currently underway in the district.  Carolyn Murray has this:

Resignations Impact "Experience" on School Board

Sep 27, 2017
Park City School District

Two Park City School Board Presidents have resigned in the past 4 months.  Longevity on the board is dwindling with the longest serving member   only 2 years and 9 months into her term.  Carolyn Murray has more on this.

Julie Eihausen

For the second time this year, the president of the Park City Board of Education has resigned.

In a letter dated Tuesday, school board president Julie Eihausen submitted her resignation to the board, saying her resignation as President would be effective at the end of the month. Doing so she says will allow the district’s business administrator the ability to send out checks until a new President is selected.

Board Votes No on School Bond

Aug 1, 2017
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The Park City Board of Education voted down running a school bond on November’s ballot.  The motion left any future bond date nebulous.   A small number of the public attended and several gave input.  Carolyn Murray has more on this:  

Pcschools.us website

A new school board member has been named to replace Phil Kaplan who resigned his seat in District 1, earlier in June.  Carolyn Murray has more:

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