Health

Park City School District COVID-19 cases spike

PARK CITY, Utah — 186 cases of COVID-19 have been confirmed in the Park City School District (PCSD) in the past two weeks, according to PCSD’s Covid dashboard.

Breakdown of the new cases (last 14 days):

Park City High School (PCHS) — 81 cases/5.89% of the school’s population. 23 cases were reported on Thursday, Jan. 6.

Treasure Mountain Junior High (TMJH) — 29 cases/3.4%

Ecker Hill Middle School (EHMS) — 22 cases/2.62%

Jeremy Ranch Elementary School (JRES) — 19 cases/3.03%

McPolin Elementary School (MPES) — 13 cases/2.36%

Parley’s Park Elementary School (PPES) — 12 cases/1.98%

Trailside Elementary School (TSES) — 10 cases/2.08%

Park City School District

On Thursday, Summit County announced a 45-day mask mandate in public indoor spaces, in an effort to curb the recent surge of COVID-19 Omicron variant.

A letter from the principal of Park City High School announcing a Test to Stay event that will take place on Friday:

Dear Families,

As of today, Thursday, January 6, 2022, we have officially met the threshold at Park City High School for the state-mandated Test to Stay. Tomorrow – Friday, January 7, 2022, from 7:30- 11:30, we will have testing for all students.

This is the same day Summit County Health Department will implement their county-wide mask mandate. Please send your child to school tomorrow with a mask, if they don’t have one we will supply one for them.

The testing event will happen tomorrow at school with students called to participate. Please register your child at https://redcap.link/utah.gov-ParkCitySD prior to the start of school tomorrow.

Students will be called down to the gym by their last name to test in one of our 3 stations. If they are negative they will return to in-person learning. If your child tests positive they will be sent home.

If you have any questions or concerns please feel free to contact me at rarbabi@pcschools.us.

Thank you,

Roger Arbabi Principal Park City High School

Estimadas familias:

A partir de hoy, jueves 6 de enero de 2022, hemos alcanzado oficialmente el umbral en Park City High School para Test to Stay exigido por el estado. Mañana, viernes 7 de enero de 2022, de 7: 30-11: 30, tendremos exámenes para todos los estudiantes.

Este es el mismo día en que el Departamento de Salud del Condado de Summit implementará su mandato de mascarillas en todo el cantado. Por favor envíe a su hijo a la escuela mañana con una máscara, si no tiene una, le proporcionaremos una.

El evento de evaluación se llevará a cabo mañana en la escuela con los estudiantes llamados a participar. Registre a su hijo en https://redcap.link/utah.gov-ParkCitySD antes del comienzo de clases mañana.

Los estudiantes serán llamados al gimnasio por su apellido para tomar la prueba en una de nuestras 3 estaciones. Si son negativos, volverán al aprendizaje en persona. Si su hijo da positivo en la prueba, lo enviarán a casa.

Si tiene alguna pregunta o inquietud, no dude en comunicarse conmigo en rarbabi@pcschools.us.

Gracias,

Roger Arbabi Director Park City High School

Park City School District

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