Park City School District

Park City Rotary Gives $125,000 to Local Youth Causes

Jul 19, 2017
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The Park City Rotary gave 125,000 dollars to three local youth oriented non-profits.  The method was unique for the Rotary because their grants are usually smaller and distributed to diverse causes.  Carolyn Murray has more on this.

The four-year-long legal fight between the Park City School District and former Park City High principal Hilary Hays has come to an end. A confidential settlement to Hays' lawsuit has been approved by Governor Gary Herbert's office. Rick Brough has more.

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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:

The School Board meets Tuesday afternoon to vote on new hiring recommendations.  A new Assistant Superintendent is expected to be approved along with Compensation Agreements for District Administrative personnel. 

Candidates Interviewed for Board of Education

Jun 8, 2017

The three people applying for the open position on the school board were interviewed on Thursday.    Carolyn Murray attended the interviews and has this to report:

Start Times, They Are a Changin'

Jun 7, 2017

The “start times” survey results were reviewed at Tuesday’s Park City School Board meeting.  They unanimously decided to implement the changes to school start times effective for the 2018/ 2019 school year.  Carolyn Murray has more on this story.  

 Three Park City residents have filed to fill the unexpired term of school board member Phil Kaplan. That person is expected to be named next week.

Due to some scheduling issues, the Park City school board has pushed back open interviews of the three candidates, who have filed to fill the unexpired term of Phil Kaplan in District 1.

The applicants include former teacher, union negotiator and sports agent Tommy Tanzer who is currently a member of the Park City Education Foundation. Tanzer lives in Deer Valley and has lived in Park City since 1978.

Park City Teachers Grateful for $7000.00 Raise

May 31, 2017

Students, Teachers, Administrators and School Board members gathered in the high school cafeteria on Wednesday to celebrate the Park City School District’s successful teacher contract negotiations. The pay raise announcement had a lot of educators smiling and a lot of students cheering them on. Carolyn Murray was there and has this story.  Click here to watch the video.

The Park City Board of Education approved a generous, but competitive 3-year compensation agreement with the Park City Education Association, which represents the school district’s teachers. Leslie Thatcher has more.

Under the agreement, the starting salary for licensed staff, which includes teachers, will increase from $43,700 to $50,700* plus benefits. In addition, every licensed teacher, district-wide, will receive a salary increase of $7,000, effective this September.

Teacher Contract Negotiations Final

May 30, 2017

The Park City School District teacher contract negotiation team has reached a settlement.  The Board of Education meets in Special Regular Session Wednesday from noon to 2 pm.  . Carolyn Murray has more:

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