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Attention Parents and Guardians,
Graduation is just a little over a month away. With all the excitement and trepidation that
this transition marker in your life brings, plan ahead for a positive experience. The intent of this
information is to make certain you have the information that will prepare you well for the last months
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2012-3013 Last Week of School Schedule
2012-3013 Last Week of School Schedule
Monday, June 3, 2013 –
- White Day
- Regular Schedule
- Seniors will turn in their laptops
- Seniors will receive their cap & gown
- Yearbooks will be handed out to all students who purchased a yearbook
Tuesday, June 4, 2013 –
- Red Day
- Regular Schedule
- Students will receive their check out sheets
- Juniors will turn in their laptops
- Locker cleanout for all students
Wednesday, June 5, 2013 –
- White Day
- Regular Schedule
- Sophomores will turn in their laptops
- Seniors will check out during 4th period
Thursday, June 6, 2013 – Last Day of School
- Modified Schedule for juniors & sophomores
1 Red – 7:35 – 8:00
2 Red – 8:05 – 8:30
3 Red – 8:35 – 9:00
4 Red – 9:05 – 9:30
1 White – 9:35 – 10:00
2 White – 10:05 – 10:30
3 White – 10:35 – 11:00
4 White – 11:05 – 11:30
Yearbook signing – 11:30 – 11:50
Busses pick up at 11:50
- Juniors will check out during 4th white period
- Sophomores will check out during 4th white period
- There will be NO LUNCH served
Seniors will have graduation practice from 8:00 to 11:00 a.m. They are to report to the football field during this time. Attendance is mandatory.
Friday, June 7, 2013 –
Seniors will have graduation practice from 8:00 to 10:30 a.m. They are to report to the football field during this time. Attendance is mandatory.
STUDENTS OWING FEES
ATTENTION PARENTS, GUARDIANS, AND STUDENTS
THE END OF THE YEAR IS FAST APPROACHING - WE STILL HAVE A NUMBER OF STUDENTS OWING FEES. STUDENT FEES MUST BE PAID IN FULL SO THEY CAN PROCEED WITH END OF THE YEAR CHECK OUT.
SENIORS STILL OWING FEES MAY BE SUBJECT TO REMOVAL FROM THE GRADUATION CEREMONY.
On Behalf of the Music Department
On behalf of the music department, we invite you to attend one of the upcoming performances:
May 29 – Orchestra
May 30 – Band
June 4 – Choir
Each concert will take place at 7:00 pm in the Eccles Center. Admission is free.
Getting Accepted to a Top College
Getting Accepted to a Top College - What you need to do this summer to be ready for a highly selective University?
Paul Zane Pilzer will speak about the value of an Ivy League education and what students must do to position themselves to get in. Next Thursday, May 30th in the PCHS Lecture Hall at 2:30 pm right after school. This is focused on the juniors who need to have this information prior to the school break in order to select the right college during the summer months.
Economist Pilzer is the author of nine best-selling books, the founder of six companies, and a former professor at NYU (21 years) where he was voted "best teacher" five times. He served as an appointed economic advisor in two presidential administrations and has been featured on the cover of more than 100 magazines. He earned his BA from Lehigh University in less than three years, his MBA from University of Pennsylvania in 15 months, was appointed Adjunct Professor at NYU at age 24, and was Citibank's youngest Vice President at age 25.
Mr. Pilzer has coached many top PCHS students in their college search. His talk is geared toward all students from grades 6 through 12 who have the potential to attend an Ivy League school or equivalent.
Please contact Nancy Michalko, Scholarship Advisor at Park City High School for more information. 435-645-5650 x 2085 email@example.com
MATH CONCURRENT ENROLLMENT INFORMATION
SALT LAKE COMMUNITY COLLEGE (SLCC)
MATH CONCURRENT ENROLLMENT
Many concurrent enrollment classes require placement testing, which helps determine whether or not you are adequately prepared to take certain college level courses. Concurrent Enrollment (CE) students must fill out the concurrent application, pay the $40 admission fee, and wait two (2) days before they can test.
If you registered for Math 1010 (College Intermediate Algebra), Math 1050 (College Algebra), or Math 1060 (Trigonometry) you will need to take the Accuplacer. This test will be given in your math class during the last week of school. If you are absent on the day it is administered in your class the makeup dates are as follows:
Monday, June 3rd @ 2:45 in Room 244
Tuesday, June 4th @ 2:45 in Room 244
If you are unable to attend one of the make up dates, please visit www.slcc.edu/testing for additional testing dates and locations. It is imperative that you apply for admission to SLCC by Friday, May 31st if you plan on taking the placement test at Park City High School. You will need a sharpened number two pencil, a fully charged laptop, and a few sheets of scratch paper. Please contact your academic counselor and/or math teacher if you have any questions regarding the Accuplacer.
Grad Night is scheduled for June 7, from 10pm-2am, at Jupiter Bowl.
This is a memorable event for our graduating seniors, to celebrate their accomplishments & have fun together in a safe, drug and alcohol- free environment one last time as the Class of 2013. There will be bowling, casino games, entertainment, DJ, food, beverages, prizes and more! The entire event is free to all PCHS & Winter School Seniors.
The event relies entirely on donations from senior parents & local businesses. Monetary donations should be sent to PCHS PTSO Grad Night, 1750 Kearns Blvd., Park City, UT, 84060. There is also a drop-box in the main office. If you have questions regarding donations please contact Linda Eisenbarth, firstname.lastname@example.org. Volunteers are needed, especially parents of sophomores & juniors, please contact Sue Ann Kern, email@example.com.
Park City Woman's Athenaeum
On Monday, June 3, the Park City Woman's Athenaeum Club will proudly host the 71st annual Girl Graduate Celebration for senior girls and their mothers.
It will be held at the Eccles Center starting at 6:30 pm with complimentary photos taken of mothers and daughters. Musical entertainment and refreshments will be provided. A program will follow with presentation of the outstanding girl graduate and special speaker Stacy Dymalski, writer, comedian, filmmaker and mom. If there are girls whose mothers cannot attend, please bring someone else or come by yourself. We encourage all senior girls to come, enjoy the evening and celebrate your graduation.
Woman's Athenaeum is the oldest women's club in Park City having been founded by miner's wives in 1897 and has sponsored the Girl Graduate Celebration since 1942. It is a part of the General Federation of Women's Clubs and has given a great deal of service to Park City, including founding the first library, assisting the Peace House, annually sponsoring an outstanding sophomore student to attend the Hugh O'Brien Leadership Conference and promoting literacy. We invite all women who share our desire to serve the community to join us.
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Parent Laptop Orientation
Parent Laptop Orientation for parents of students in grades 6 - 12 will be conducted online this year. Please complete this orientation as soon as possible.
As part of our high access initiative all Park City School District students in grades 6 through 12 receive laptops. The directions below pertain only to the parents of these students. Please follow them carefully so your student may receive a laptop on the day designated by your student's school. Details on laptop distribution vary at each building and more information can be found at the school's website or in the registration packet.
- Go to http://www.gcntraining.com/
- Click Login to View Training
- View Pre-Login Checklist and click Login to View Training
- Select New User - I do not have a Personal ID and click Next
- Enter Organization ID as 70308p and click Submit
- Enter Your Preferred Personal ID (recommended as First Name and Last Name with no spaces) and click Submit
- Complete the following fields keeping in mind:
- This orientation only needs to be completed once per family if the boxes are filled out correctly
- First Name (Legal) and Last Name reference the parent going through the Laptop Orientation
- School, Student First Name, Student Last Name, Student Grade Level reference the OLDEST student belonging to this family in the Park City School District
- Additional Student Names references all other students in grades 6-12 belonging to this family in Park City School District. Please use legal names and enter the school in parenthesis, i.e. Barney Rubble (EHMS), Fred Flinstone (TMJH).
- Email Address reference the parent going through the Laptop Orientation
Logout after finishing the tutorial and make sure you have reviewed and signed both the Internet Acceptable Use Policy and the Laptop User Agreement found in your registration packet. Students may not receive their laptop until all three pieces (Orientation, AUP, and LUA) have been received and recorded by school officials.