Superintendent Jill Gildae


Park City School District purchased a home in Jeremy Ranch in 2018 as part of an incentive to provide housing inside the school district boundaries for the new superintendent. A project to improve safety of the driveway was started this summer. The $200,000 price tag has garnered public criticism.

Carolyn Murray has details about how the issue has escalated into allegations of harassment and vandalism at the home now occupied by Superintendent Jill Gildea.


A cease and desist letter was sent to the Park City School District last week from an attorney and parents who want the district to stop an anti-bullying program  currently being used by teachers at Trailside Elementary School.

The Welcoming Schools program is a training program to help teachers establish anti-bullying and anti-discrimination policies in the school environment. Park City School District Superintendent Jill Gildea says it is part of the district’s Safe Schools Program as well as a state requirement.


The Park City School District will have the new Superintendent in place by the start of school in August.  She comes from the Greenwich, Connecticut school district which shares common goals and objectives.  Carolyn Murray has this:

Superintendent Jill Gildea leaves the Greenwich School District effective the end of July and according to Park City Business Administrator Todd Hauber, she’ll be in Park City no later than the 23rd of August. 

Ethel Preston KPCW / Superintendent Jill Gildae

The Park City School District has a new Superintendent starting in August.  She has over 10 years of experience running school districts with her most recent stint in this past year as the leader of the Greenwich, Connecticut Public School District.   Carolyn Murray has this: