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FREE SCHOOL MEALS THROUGH DECEMBER 22

Starting Tuesday, September 22, the district will provide free meals to ALL STUDENTS, and all children residing in the district aged 0-18.  The USDA has granted Park City Schools the ability to provide meals to all children under 18 meals free of charge. Breakfast and lunch will be served to all students at school. If your child is at home for home school, or because they have opted out this semester, or are too young to attend, you may pick up a meal at DOOR 5 at 12:15 PM. You will be receiving a lunch as well as a breakfast for the following day. Students are allowed one breakfast and one lunch.  Extra meals will be charged at full price.

VB Sign Up for Sept 25

Please use the following forms to sign up for the Grass Range volleyball game on Friday.

HIGH SCHOOL

JUNIOR HIGH

Info for Broadview/Lavina VB Game

The game on Saturday will be played in Lavina.

Here are their guidelines:  SPECTATOR PLAN

Instructions for NFHS Code

If you have an NFHS Code from the School, here are the instructions:

Instructions for setting up NFHS Network with a code:

 

  1. Create an account on https://www.nfhsnetwork.com/
  2. Click this link: https://www.nfhsnetwork.com/redeem
  3. Enter your code
  4. Click “Redeem Code”
  5. Click the blue “Sign In” button (see image below)
  6. Sign in with your Username and Password
Where would Park City Schools build if we are able to

Here is a video of the land that a new school would be built on. The school already owns the 20 acres where this could happen.

VIDEO

Property Video 2

FALL SPORTS UPDATE

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Here are some updates for our Fall Sports. Masks are required at all home and away games unless notified differently. We will not be serving concessions, so bring your own snacks. If you have purchased the family pass of $200, you will receive a code for the NFHS network that will be good for a calendar year from August 28.  Contact the high school office for the code.  If you have not purchased it, you still have time. Any codes I have left after the family passes will be sold for $50. Login info is below.

Football:  Fans will be able to attend our home games so far without limitations. Masks are required and we ask for social distancing between people and/or family groups. Please use the east end gate (closest to the school). Away games may be limited to 50 visiting fans-each games limits will be announced.

Volleyball: Seating will be limited for volleyball games to approximately 50 for the home team and 50 for visiting teams. There will be a sign up on the website for this. Again masks are required.

Park City Schools OPT OUT

This year our school is providing an opt out plan, allowing parents to opt out of sending their children to school and instead utilizing a distance learning option. Last spring we had all students using distance learning and we as a school were learning as the year continued. The distance learning option this year will more closely resemble the traditional learning model as grades 6-12 students will be expected to log in while the class is actually happening and will need to complete their work the same as the students at school. The younger grades will continue to use a blended platform of packets and scheduled online times.

We are asking that parents make a semester decision of either here or the opt out version, but we will look at those who wish to change during the year on a case by case basis. Teachers are going to be challenged by doing both versions of their classes, and having students bounce in and out would negatively impact our educational process.

The Opt Out form is located in the Student Registration Materials drop down menu.\

Parents of elementary students who opt out will be contacted by their teachers as to how the opt out will be working in their classes. Secondary students will be contacted by their teachers about how each class will work if they have opted out. One big difference this year is that we do not have enough Chromebooks to provide to those who elect to opt out. We have had 80 Chromebooks on back order, 30 of them since March. If and when they arrive, we will be able to provide for those who opt out. If you are looking to purchase a laptop, Chromebooks can be purchased individually at various stores and come with key safety features built in so that you don't have to make extra purchases.

20-21 School Year FAQ's

Please check here for frequently asked questions regarding the 2020-2021 school year.

2020-2021 SCHOOL CALENDAR