During Thursday’s Park City School District Master Planning Committee meeting, they discussed realigning grades. This means shifting which grades attend which school in Park City. For instance, the high school may become a 9-12th grade building. On Tuesday or Wednesday of next week, Treasure Mountain faculty will be asked to attend a meeting to gather their input on this process. They will be asked for feedback regarding various options such as should Treasure Mountain keep its current structure (8th and 9th), have 7th and 8th grade instead, or possibly include 5th to 8th grade.
Administrators will be looking for the pros and cons of changes. It should be a great opportunity for the faculty to speak their mind on upcoming issues. We feel the faculty have the best understanding of the impact of these type of changes on their students. In case the faculty hadn’t heard (we know that’s unlikely since the decision was made last night… and info flows fast), we just wanted to make sure they had the weekend to prepare their thoughts, in order to provide the best feedback possible.