Chris Guarino


Park City School District’s master planning meeting Tuesday night introduced costs related to the grade alignment options. Those options were presented by consultants to the school board last month. The 19-person steering committee came up with four options showing different school and grade configurations. One prevailing tenet is, everyone agrees, that ninth grade should be in the high school.

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The Park City School District will host a public forum on Tuesday evening to gather more input on the facilities and grade alignment options that were established through the district’s nine-month master planning efforts. They’re hoping to hear community feedback and explain how they developed the four alternatives known as Options A,B,C and D.

On today’s program, Golden Spike National Historical Park Special Events Coordinator Julie Blanchard talks about the new national historic park. Park City School District master planning consultant Chris Guarino of NV5 talks about the various options for future facilities and how they arrived at them. Connect Executive Director Sheri Fisher has a round up  of the several events taking place in May.