Hosts Chris Cherniak and Nell Larson kicked of this episode with a conversation about Engineers Without Borders. Jessica Karz, a Park City High School graduate and Chemical Engineering major at Montana State University, joined the show to talk about her month spent working on a drinking water project in Kenya. Amy Roberts of Park City Medical Center and John Nuffer from Falling Water, Inc. then stopped in for an update about the community garden located at the medical center.
The Park City High School graduated 360 seniors Friday evening, under sunny skies and a slight breeze at Dozier Field. The overflowing crowd of family and friends heard the speeches of class leaders and Principal Bob O'Connor who urged their seniors to believe that the future belongs to them. Lynn Ware Peek has more.
The National Honor Society and PCHS are hosting the PC memorial 5k run on Monday, Memorial Day. In addition to getting people out on the holiday, it supports several good causes. Lynn Ware Peek has more.
The Doilney Excellent Educator Awards and the Sarah and Stephen Doilney teaching award were handed out to some surprised educators, as bands from Park City High School played along, adding to the excitement of its annual Park City Education Foundation event. Lynn Ware Peek has more.
Every year Washington Post reporter Jay Matthews reports on the nation's highest achieving high schools. He does that by looking at how well-prepared for college a school's students are. KPCW's Leslie Thatcher has more.