Park City School District Board of Education


The Park City Board of Education started leadership training this week with a consultant from the Action Leadership Group.  Earlier in 2018, the board was urged by the community to bring expertise to their operational practices after a flurry of resignations and departures from district administrators.  Carolyn Murray has this:

Budget talks have been underway for at least six weeks at Park City School District Board of Education meetings. Discussions this week included staffing needs for elementary school intervention and changes in student fees. The state does not allow fees to be charged at the elementary school level. However, pre-school fees can be charged.  Board members are looking for more details before approving new fees for 2018-19. Carolyn Murray has this:

The issue of changing school start times is a controversial topic and the prospects of making everyone happy, with a decision, is illusive.  The Park City Board of Education met Tuesday and one of the budget discussions was the cost of changing start times in the district for the 2018/19 school year.  A statement from the School Board on Wednesday announced their decision to postpone the implementation.  Carolyn Murray has this:

Some members of the Park City community want Superintendent Ember Conley to stay and they say the school board is too involved in administrative issues.   Carolyn Murray has this:

Park City School District

For the first time ever, the Park City Board of Education chose to close all the district schools to open enrollment.  For those out of district students already enrolled, there won’t be any changes for this year.  Carolyn Murray has this: