Park City School District

As of October first, the county becomes solid for the number of students in Utah's school districts determining how much state funding they will each receive. Whiled Park City School District budged for a nearly two-percent increase in student growth, the final enrollment count doesn't reflect that. Leslie Thatcher has more.

KPCW

Early voting is now underway and there’s one proposition on the ballot,  Proposition 1, and it’s a yes or no vote for the $56 million dollar school bond.  The official group that has organized in support of Proposition 1 is called Support Park City District Schools.   Lynn Ware Peek has more. 

On today's program, Park City Superintendent of Schools Ember Conley reviews Tuesday's school Board agenda, including this year's final enrollment numbers. Kimball Art Center Director Robin Marrouche and Marketing Director Dave March preview the grand opening of the new Kimball on Kearns Blvd. Park City Council candidate Nann Worrel answers questions about her leadership style and abilities. Matt Strader and Brian Hanton have details about Saturday's Spirits Fun Run and Monster Ball.

Community Forum - Live Broadcast

Oct 14, 2015

As part of an on-going series of community forums, The Project for Deeper Understanding and KPCW partnered to bring the discussion on the Park City School District School Bond issue. KPCW broadcasted the event live from the St. Luke's Episcopal Church.

Moderated by Dr. John Hanrahan

Panelists include:

Park City teacher Heidi Matthews is one of three candidates running to become president of the Utah Education Association. Leslie Thatcher has more.

Park City High School

The Park City Center for Advanced Professional Studies, or PC CAPS, is in its third year of engaging Park City High School juniors and seniors in real world projects.  Lynn Ware Peek has more.

Over a year after the arrest of former Park City School District teacher, Jose Ardanaz, on charges of possession of child pornography, he was sentenced in Federal District Court.  Lynn Ware Peek has more.

As voters consider how to vote on the $56 million bond next month, critics say they don't want to support the bond if it means building facilities for students who don't live within the school district. As Leslie Thatcher reports, those out of district students only make up a very small number of the student population. It's future growth the district is planning for.

Lynn Ware Peek

A little known position in the Park City High School Student Council is one in which a student attends every school board meeting as a student representative.  Lynn Ware Peek has more. 

Of the $56 million dollar bond that’ll be on the November ballot, the school district is reserving $12 million dollars for athletic facilities.  The Park City school district athletic director says the details are still in the design stage, but  the bottom line is to serve the kids in the district.  Lynn Ware Peek has more. 

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