Park City School District’s master planning consultants will be hosting meetings at each school in March to get a better understanding of the issues and needs specific to each school building.
The master planning process is heading into the home stretch. This is your last chance to publicly share thoughts about the issues and needs specific to your buildings. Make your voice heard by attending your school’s meeting.
GSBS consultants will ask the following questions to parents, teachers, and community members who are invited to attend the meetings:
– What are the aspects of education at your school that contribute most to the quality of education?
– What are the most successful elements of the facility?
– What could be done to improve the facility?
– Are there things that should be fixed or addressed right away?
The Listening Tour dates and locations are listed below:
March 5: Ecker Hill Middle School, 5 p.m., 2465 West Kilby Road
March 6: Jeremy Ranch Elementary, 5:30 p.m., 3050 Rasmussen Road
March 7: Parley’s Park Elementary, 5 p.m., 4600 Silver Springs Drive
March 7: McPolin Elementary, 5:30 p.m., 2270 Kearns Boulevard
March 11:Park City High School, 5:30 p.m., 2270 Kearns Boulevard
March 13: Trailside Elementary, 5 p.m., 5700 Trailside Drive
March 14: Treasure Mountain Junior High School, 5 p.m., 2530 Kearns Boulevard
These community engagement meetings are part of “The Future of Learning” education master planning process that has been underway since the start of this school year. The goal of this process is to create a community vision for the future of education in our District. This plan will guide the development of our educational programs, investments in our facilities, and better define what student success looks like now and in the future.
Those unable to attend their school meeting are invited to email their feedback to Clio Rayner, project manager, email@example.com.
For more information visit the Future of Education website at pcfutureoflearning.com.