The school district provided an overview of public meetings in the near future. If you are in interested in what’s going on with our schools, I guarantee you can get some answers at one of the following meetings.
Again, if you can attend Friday’s “Office Hours With Superintendent Ember Conley” I would highly recommend it.
Board of Education Work Session
Tomorrow (3/15), the Board will gather to learn more about community feedback collected over the last couple of months – and to make a few decisions about next steps for the district. The work session will include a presentation on takeaways from the “What Counts” meetings. Results from the post-bond telephone survey will also be shared. The day begins at 9AM, and there is a regular session scheduled at 4PM.
Tuesday 3/15, 9AM
Coffee with Friends
McPolin parents are taking a page out of the DLI book and meeting to work on language skills! This event (started by parent Nikki Keye) has been well-attended (about 20 people or so) in each of the three weeks since its inception! We hope you’ll join us soon!
Every Wednesday at 8:10AM
Meet in the McPolin lobby
Plus, FREE COFFEE 🙂
Office Hours with Dr. Ember Conley
Every Friday, at the Visitor Center (conference table area in Hugo Coffee), anyone in the community is welcome to drop in to talk with Dr. Conley. Last Friday, our first meeting, we had about 10 people show up to talk – in a VERY constructive environment. The community is welcome to pop in at any time through the hour to ask questions and chat – it’s VERY informal!
Every Friday through May 27
8:30 – 9:30 a.m.
Start Times Information Night
Please join us on March 24 to learn more about how you could be affected by start times. Our community-led Start Times Committee will present information and research, and we need YOU to present your thoughts on the potential change. (This meeting will be posted online, as well as a survey for people to fill out after!)
Thursday, March 24
6 – 7:30 p.m.
Park City High School Lecture Hall
Student Safety Forum
At 6PM on Thursday, April 21st, parents, students (recommended for 6th grade and up), teachers and staff are invited to attend a student safety forum – outlining the steps PCSD is taking to make sure our students stay safe online at school – and the steps parents must take to keep them safe online at home.
The evening will also include presentations from KSL Investigative Reporter Debbie Dujanovic and Christina Sally, Investigator for the Summit County Attorney’s Office.
6PM on Thursday, April 21, 2016
Lecture Hall in the Park City High School