Park City Board of Education update

PARK CITY, Utah — The Park City School District Board of Education met twice this month. They held a Remote Work Session on Monday, December 13, to hear from the design-build teams on expanding Park City High School, Ecker Hill Middle School, and each of the four elementary schools. The presentations highlighted some updated drawings as the implementation of the master plan began to take shape.

At the December Regular Business Meeting, the Owner Representative for the Master Plan (MOCA) summarized the work of the architect/design-build teams. In addition, the Board approved travel requests, SCC Land Trust Plan amendments, and new course proposals proposed by Park City High School (PCHS) faculty. The Board of Education also authorized a resolution for the issuance and sales of $79,200,000 of the Bond proceeds so that work can continue on master facility plan implementation.  

Board President, Erin Grady, said in a statement, “We are looking forward to a safe return to the 2022 half of the school year.” She added, “The Board of Education extends its wishes for a warm holiday season to all,” and ended with a, “Go Miners!”

A voluntary “Test to Start” program for those seeking COVID testing the first weeks back to school is incorporated with COVID tests available from 7:15 – 9:15 a.m. at the PCHS Eccles Theater lobby or at the Ecker Hill Middle School Aquatic Center Pool for students and staff. 

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