PCHS Expansion

School Board To Decide on High School Expansion Plan

Mar 20, 2017

The two final Park City High School expansion options each plan for a capacity of 2000 students.  Based on the district growth projections, it should last at least ten years.  A decision item to choose which expansion option is on the School Board Agenda for Tuesday at 4 pm.

Park City Tax payers will be deciding if they want to pay for a school bond in November.  They have a tool that can be used by a property owner if they want to calculate their personal tax obligation based on several scenarios.  Carolyn Murray has more:

On Tuesday, the Park City Board of Education voted to place a capital bond on November’s ballot.  They’ll ask voters to decide how they want to pay for a new 5/6 school and the high school expansion, which are both projects that are needed to accommodate Grade Realignment. Carolyn Murray has more:

The Park City Board of Education has a multitude of projects on their immediate horizon. There’s grade realignment, high school expansion plans, over crowded elementary schools, a junior high school in need of replacement, a potential school bond on the ballot, not to mention the day in and day out work of academia. Carolyn Murray has more on this: