Todd Hauber

Local school district officials closely monitor the Utah legislative session each year because legislators representing less-affluent school districts inevitably look to the wealthier ones - like Park City -  to help fund schools in parts of the state where population is growing. Carolyn Murray has this report:

ON today’s program Evelyn Lees has today’s Utah Avalanche Forecast Center Update. Park City School District Business Administrator Todd Hauber has a legislative preview. Park City Special Events Manager Jenny Diersen and Transportation Manager Alfred Knotts have  traffic/transit suggestions for Sundance. Spokesman for US Ski and Snowboard Tom Kelly with an update and Sundance Film Festival Director John Cooper has a look ahead at Sundance 2018.

The Park City School District historically begins budget discussions in January and February.  School Administrators have requested the process begin earlier with a goal of reaching a final approval in March.  Carolyn Murray has this:

Park City High School Marching Band

A Master Planning consultant presented the Park City Board of Education with a comprehensive outline of data they would need to finalize a district wide master plan.  The Master Plan would define the facility needs of the district now and 5 to 10 years into the future.  Carolyn Murray has this:

Local News Hour - December 20, 2017

Dec 20, 2017

On today’s program, Park City School Board Member Petra Butler has an update on the superintendent recruiting efforts and District Business Administrator Todd Hauber updates the budget being drafted for next school year.  Park City Manager Diane Foster  and Assistant City Manager Matt Dias have a preview of the agenda for Thursday's city council meeting, including a discussion on the new Treasure proposal. Grammy Award winning singer songwriter Lucky Diaz -  founder of Lucky Diaz and the Family Jam  - talks about the two upcoming performances ] at the Park City Eccles Center Dec.

It’s uncertain how the federal tax overhaul underway in Washington will impact the average American.  Teachers in Utah have some skin in the game and are waiting to see how the changes will affect their out of pocket spending for their classrooms.  Carolyn Murray has this:

Local News Hour - November 27, 2017

Nov 27, 2017

On today’s program, Park City School Superintendent Ember Conley and Business Administrator Todd Hauber have details from last week's school board meeting where the board appointed a new member  and voted on which schools to close for next school year. Summit County planner Amir Caus talks about Tuesday’s Snyderville Basin planning commission agenda.

Park City High School

After expert input and a year’s worth of study, the Park City School Board voted  this past summer in favor of moving start times for High School and Junior High students. But it’s not finalized when the changes will take effect.  Carolyn Murray has more.  

Park city School District

The State of Utah requires all public schools allow enrollment to students outside the district boundaries as long as there is teachable space available.  Park City Board of Education members discussed this topic in their last board meeting.  Carolyn Murray has more: 

Local News Hour - July 17, 2017

Jul 17, 2017

On today’s program, Park City Business Administrator Todd Hauber and School Board Member JJ Ehlers preview the special meeting for Tuesday. Jim Bennett, son of late Senator Bob Bennett, talks about the new United Utah centrist political party. Caroline Rodriguez and Alfred Knotts have details about the Summit Ebike program launch event - on Wednesday at noon and Summit County Landfill Supervisor Tim Loveday has details on the 2017 garbage fee bills which will be hitting your mailbox this week.

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