Park City School District

The Park City School district has a new child nutrition specialist, Elizabeth Strasser. Strasser says with some recent upgrades on school lunch and continual efforts, school lunches are much healthier than the reputation they have. Lynn Ware Peek has more.

Following some unexpected costs and miscalculations, The Park City School district budget comes up short by over $800 thousand dollars this year. Lynn Ware Peek has more. 

Park City School District dual immersion language students might not be taking Calculus in French while in high school, but, under the plan revealed by the School District this week, they will get quality foreign language instruction to solidify their skills after fifth grade. KPCW's Lynn Ware Peek has more.

Park City School District is coming up short in this year's budget - some of the reason for the shortfall has to do with the reduced revenues from the State. Lynn Ware Peek has more.

A group of about 150 concerned parents whose children are in the Park City School District dual immersion language program met Monday evening to hear that plans for the students have changed from what they were sold.  Lynn Ware Peek has more. 

If you don't want your child to go without lunch while at school, keep their account somewhat current. Because as it turns out, even in Park City, a student can be refused lunch. Lynn Ware Peek has more. 

Kindergarten Roundup

Feb 7, 2014

Register for Kindergarten before February 14th!

Students who will turn five before September 2nd are encouraged to register. Stop by your neighborhood school and pick up a registration packet today!

The dual immersion language program in the Park City School District is thriving, but at the same time, a few red flags are being raised as the program grows and as the now nearly bilingual students grow into the middle school grades. Lynn Ware Peek has more.

The Park City School District has published its list of capital expenditures - from a health and safety punch list - to a few things desired by teachers and administrators to make the job of education go a little more smoothly. Lynn Ware Peek has more.

Seussville, Park City Style!
March 3, 2014

Calling Volunteers!
Put on your striped hat and find your red bow tie; we need volunteers to read to our children.

Let us celebrate Dr. Seuss’ Birthday by making it a day to increase student literacy. Volunteer to read to Park City School District Elementary Students on March 3, 2014. For every volunteer that reads to students, their teacher will receive an age appropriate book for their classroom library.

Sign up is available on the schools website.

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