PROJECT HOPE OF STILLWATER COUNTY IS AGAIN PARTNERING WITH COUNTY SCHOOLS IN THIS FALL'S CATS/GRIZ FOOD DRIVE. PROJECT HOPE WILL DISTRIBUTE 80-90 FOOD BOXES AT THANKSGIVING AND ANOTHER 80-90 AT CHRISTMAS AS WELL AS REGULAR MONTHLY FOOD BOXES. IT ALSO SUPPORTS 115 STUDENTS ACROSS STILLWATER COUNTY WITH WEEKEND BACKPACKS THAT ARE DISTRIBUTED BY PROJECT HOPE AND BEARTOOTH FORD.
OUR SCHOOL FOOD DRIVE IS NOVEMBER 13-17
The Stillwater Billings Clinic will be providing Flu Shots at the Park City Schools on MONDAY, OCTOBER 23, AT 11:30 am
If you would like your child to receive vaccination at the school, the following must be completed to receive a vaccine:
1. Fill out the enclosed Consent Form
2. If you have insurance (including Medicaid) and would like it to be billed, please make a copy of your insurance card (front and back) and attach to consent form
3. If you are paying cash - $30 is needed in either cash or check along with the consent form.
ADULT CONSENT FORM
CHILD CONSENT FORM
We are trying to get an adult education section for this fall into early winter. If interested in running a class, please fill out the proposal form and submit to the school. Submission instructions are on the proposal form.
The PSAT is coming up for our Juniors. Here is some great info about the test: PSAT INFO
Monday: Chicken Sandwich Breakfast is Granola Bar
Tuesday: Tacos Breakfast is French Toast
Wednesday: Orange Chicken Breakfast is Cereal
Thursday: Hot Dogs Breakfast is Stuffed Hash Browns
MEAL PRICES FOR SCHOOL LUNCH:
FIRST WEEK MEALS:
BREAKFAST IS ALSO AVAILABLE THIS WEEK
The Atlanta Falcons are hosting a Parents Clinic on June 26th from 7-9 PM and ayouth clinic on the 27th from 6-8:15 PM. The youth clinic is for boys and girls grades 1-8. Please see the attatchments for more info.
Click here for Info: Summer Reading Program
LUNCH BALANCES MUST BE PAID IN FULL PRIOR TO THE END OF THE SCHOOL YEAR.
CLICK HERE FOR THE NOTICE: NEW NOTICE
A & E Architects will be at the March 14 Board meeting to discuss costs and options for new facilities. The meeting starts at 7:00 PM and is in the multi-purpose room/cafeteria.
Girls Divisional Basketball Tournament is this Thursday through Saturday in Laurel. First game for the girls is Thursday at 8 PM vs Wibaux. You can follow the games that feature the 4C on KATLRADIO.COM
CLICK HERE FOR ADULT ED INFO: CLASSES
Get tickets at the high school office this week
CLICK THE BASKETBALL FOR TOURNAMENT BRACKETS
Please notice date change!
An orientation for Hunter Safety will run March 13 at 6:30 sharp-a parent must attend. Classes are March 20-24 and will run from 6:15-9 PM. You can go online to www.FWP.MT.GOV to register. The field course will happen on March 25 in Laurel.
Click on the valentine for the annual valentine sale
ITS FLU TIME. PLEASE CHECK HERE FOR WAYS TO AVOID THE FLU OR HELP CONTAIN IT IF YOU HAVE THE FLU.
Through grants, vocational funding and the tech levy, Park City has been able to purchase two 3D printers for our schools. One is housed in Ms. Harpster's class and the other in Ms. Hanson's class. 3D printers have been around for quite a while, but have just recently become affordable for schools. At this point we are usnig them only for the students that have those teachers, but we will be able to expand their use throughout the year. There are several key reasons for utilizing 3D printers in school:
Parent Teacher conferences are January 16-18. Elementary teachers have theirs scheduled so if you have not set yours up yet, please do so ASAP. 7-12 is open ended. In order to better accommodate parents, we will run conferences from 4-6 PM on Monday and Tuesday. Wednesday will run from 3-4:30. If you are unable to attend during those times, please contac the teacher you wish to see to set up an appointment.
One of the most important things we as a school can do is to provide a safe environment for our students to learn. We are always striving to provide the safest environment possible, but we also realize that we are not always successful. We have utilized MBI for a number of years and we have seen some good success with it in a decrease of bad behaviors and an improvement in our school climate. We have recently decided to utilize a new program to supplement MBI. That program is Friendly Schools.
Here is a Park City Student Newspaper from 1949
SEE HERE FOR CHANGES AND UPDATES!
check this link for open gym times for various sports and AMP training: OPEN GYM
Park City School District is currently seeking applicants for the following positions for the 2017-2018 school year. Please check the employment tab under "School Information" for applications and more info.
Traffic Safety Education, otherwise known as Drivers Ed, will run from July 10 through August 11 this summer. Class time will be 9-11 AM for the entire class. There will be drives scheduled for the 3 hours before class and 3 hours after class, so from 6-9 AM and 11 AM-2 PM. There will be a parent meeting for parents and students on July 7 from 7-9 PM in the cafeteria. Sign ups for the class will begin May 15 at the high school office. The cost is $210 and must be paid upon registration.
TEEN DRIVER SAFETY DAY INFO
PARENTS-TALK TO YOUR TEENS ABOUT GOOD DRIVING HABITS.
We are looking at starting up Adult Education classes later this winter. The dates for classes would be February 20-March 31. Classes can be 4-6 weeks in length. If you have proposal for a class you would like to teach, please fill out the attached Adult Ed Proposal form. They are due by January 27
Park City Adult Ed Proposal 2017
ASSISTANT BOYS BASKETBALL AND FOOTBALL COACHES NEEDED
VARIOUS SUBSTITUE OPPORTUNITIES
Our 6th grade made some videos as a part of their Friendly Schools Curriculum
This year we have six new teachers joining our staff. Check this link to meet them.
CHECK OUT WHAT IS HAPPENING WITH OUR FRIENDLY SCHOOLS PROGRAM IN THE ELEMENTARY.
Click here for a video of the RESPECT rally held March 29. https://goo.gl/vEuOjx
Here are some summer camps for youth that are focused on Education: http://www.msubillings.edu/kids