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Parent PowerSchool and Canvas Accounts

**Having trouble creating a Parent PowerSchool Account with the codes included in the back-to-school registration packets?  Please send an email to Ali Gallagher, PCHS Education Technology Specialist, and include your name, your student’s full name and date of birth, and your phone number, and ask for your parent tech login information.

Parents and Guardians –
You will receive information on how to create your own parent PowerSchool (grades and attendance) and Canvas accounts in your student’s Back-to-School Registration packet.  With this information, you will create your own usernames and passwords and can link all your district students to your parent account in each system.  Parents in separate households can each create their own accounts.  (If you set up a Parent Account previously, you can continue using it; you don’t need to create a new one.)  To use the PowerSchool Mobile App, our district code is GFGM.

Instructions: Parent Access to PowerSchool and Canvas

School Fees, Fee Waivers, and Annual Notices

See our School Fees page for information on school fees, fee waivers, meal accounts, extracurricular/sport fees, parking permits, yearbook purchases, and PCEF and PTSO donations.  Fee waivers and applications for free or reduced lunch are also available in the Main Office.

Add money to your student’s breakfast/lunch account via PayPAMS.
Some optional fees can be paid online via eFunds for Schools, or pay in the Main Office.

Principal
Roger Arbabi

Assistant Principals
Amie Campbell
Tracy Fike
Jamie Weekes

1750 Kearns Blvd
Park City, UT 84060
Phone: 435-645-5650
Fax: 435-645-5659

Grade Levels 10-12

School Hours
7:30 am – 2:25 pm

Early Out Mondays
7:30 am – 1:45 pm

Office Hours
7:00 am – 3:00 pm

PCHS School Profile

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