Looking for a program for children this summer that combines academics and fun? Park City School District, in partnership with Holy Cross Ministries, is once again offering Summer School for students.
“Summer School helps reduce summer learning loss and also helps increase social and emotional development,” said Todd Klarich, Director of Community Education for PCSD. “This helps our students be ready when school starts up again this fall.”
Elementary Summer School (students in grades 1-5 this fall) will be taught at McPolin Elementary but is open to students from any PCSD elementary school — June 18-July 26. Secondary Summer School (students in grades 6-8 this fall) will be taught at Treasure Mountain Junior High —June 18-July 12.
A total of 150 students will be accepted for elementary summer school and 20 students per class at the secondary level. Breakfast and lunch are included in the $100 tuition (free and reduced lunch tuition available). Summer school at all locations runs Monday through Thursday from 8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
The secondary program will have a project-based learning focus in the morning along with teaching life skills. Other planned activities will include: Egyptian Theater, yoga, paddle boarding, music, mindfulness, service projects, and technology.
Registration is now open and students will be admitted on a first-come, first-served basis.
Licensed PCSD teachers teach Summer School with assistance from instructional aides and staff from Holy Cross Ministries.
Online registration is available here.