The Park City School District is a step closer to a master plan although there is still no firm date for completion. With the demographic study recently completed, they’re ready to enter the next phase, which involves collecting a large amount of internal data. Carolyn Murray has this:
The Park City School District hired the consulting firm Lewis Young Robinson & Burningham, Inc. to predict student growth through 2027. The firm estimates that 476 new students are likely to come into the district over the next 10 years. Carolyn Murray has this:
A Master Planning consultant presented the Park City Board of Education with a comprehensive outline of data they would need to finalize a district wide master plan. The Master Plan would define the facility needs of the district now and 5 to 10 years into the future. Carolyn Murray has this:
The Park City Board of Education meets Tuesday for their final meeting of 2017. Associate Director from the Utah School Board Association plans to present strategies for hiring a replacement for departing superintendent Ember Conley. Other agenda items include a detailed discussion of the Master Planning process along with budget and tax increase conversations. Carolyn Murray has this:
The Park City Board of Education is pushing ahead with finalizing their Strategic Plan while the Master Planning process, is just now gearing up. But with the failure of the South Summit School Bond initiative on Tuesday, it’s got Park City’s Board Members taking stock. Carolyn Murray has this:
A group of about 50 teachers, students, administrators, civic leaders and citizens-at-large convened to brainstorm possible solutions for the Kearns School Campus. With budget no option for this session, creativity flowed. Lynn Ware Peek has more.