PCHS and TMJH Move to Remote Learning
Based on initial case counts following the return from Winter Break, Park City High School and Treasure Mountain Junior High will participate in remote learning from Wednesday, January 13, 2021 and will return to school for in person learning on or no later than Monday, January 25, 2021. Free all community testing is available at PCHS from 12:00 – 7:00 P.M. beginning on Tuesday, January 19, 2021. All secondary students and staff will participate in “Test to Stay” while transmission index remains high.
See the District website for district COVID response information.
Remote Learning Information
Several things to remember during remote learning:
- The idea is to reduce the number of cases. Please use caution, avoid gatherings, and make sure that you have masks on properly while you are together.
- Follow the schedule that is posted below. Check your email and canvas daily and follow teacher expectations for each course period, including virtual sessions.
- What if you don’t have internet access at your house or it is insufficient for streaming purposes? You may come to school and work in the cafeteria area. In order to do this, you will need to first report to the Eccles Center between 7:30 and 8:00 a.m. in order to be Covid tested (Redcap registration required) to enter the rest of the building. You will need to have parental consent in order to this. The link for this consent has already been sent to your parents. If you need assistance, call the main office at 435-645-5650.
- Food services will be provided via curbside pickup in the bus lane. Breakfast and lunch will be provided from 8:00-11:00, free of charge.
- If you need tech support, you need to submit a helpdesk ticket. The tech center will remain open and your tickets will be responded to via email. Use this link to create a ticket https://helpdesk.pcschools.us/
Quarter 2 Report Cards
Quarter 2 Report Cards are ready for viewing in PowerSchool. An email notification went out to students and parents on January 7th.
Utah Students Connect’s 2nd term ends on January 14th, and those grades will be posted around January 22nd.
Remote and Quarantined Student Resources
If your student is newly quarantined, self-quarantined, or newly remote, here are a few tips and resources.
Park City High School remote expectations are that students will follow established deadlines in all classes, check email and Canvas daily, and participate in all scheduled live Zoom or Google Meet classes virtually (synchronous learning). Teachers who do not require synchronous participation will still have daily class assignments due on Canvas. Students should be engaging in their regular daily schedule at home and follow the regular school hours.
The resources below include a checklist, schedule organizer, school bell schedules, lunch schedules, and a red/white day schedule. If your student needs support please reach out to their teachers, counselor, or school support staff.
Recursos para estudiantes remotos o en cuarentena
Si su estudiante ha sido puesto en cuarentena recientemente, se ha puesto en cuarentena por sí mismo o se ha alejado recientemente, aquí hay algunos consejos y recursos.
Las expectativas remotas de Park City High School son que los estudiantes sigan los plazos establecidos en todas las clases, revisen el correo electrónico y Canvas a diario y participen en todas las clases programadas de Zoom o Google Meet de forma virtual (aprendizaje sincrónico). Los maestros que no requieran la participación sincrónica aún tendrán asignaciones de clase diarias en Canvas. Los estudiantes deben participar en su horario diario regular en casa y seguir el horario escolar regular.
Los recursos a continuación incluyen una lista de verificación, organizador de horarios, horarios de timbre de la escuela, horarios de almuerzo y un horario de día rojo / blanco. Si su estudiante necesita apoyo, comuníquese con sus maestros, consejeros o personal de apoyo escolar.
2020-21 Yearbook Information
Parent PowerSchool and Canvas Accounts
Parents and Guardians – On August 25th, we emailed out information on how to create your parent accounts for PowerSchool (grades and attendance) and Canvas (lessons and assignments). With this information, you can 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 (see the Parents tab)
If you need help, please send an email to either Jennifer Frink, PCHS Registrar, or Ali Gallagher, PCHS Education Technology Specialist. For verification, your email must include:
– The student’s full name and date of birth
– Your full name and relationship to the student
– Your cell phone number
– Your email address
You will receive a response via email (please be patient and allow at least 48 hours for a reply).
School Fees and Fee Waivers
ANNUAL NOTICE: 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.