Returning Student Registration, Fall 2020:
ALL returning students (already enrolled in the Park City School District) need to complete the Returning Student Registration process each school year. This includes students staying in the same school building AND students rising to the next grade level in a new building. To complete the Returning Student online registration, click this link:
Not Returning? If your student will NOT be returning to PCHS, please notify Jennifer by email, and include your student’s full name and the name and city/state of their new school.
Need to turn in Proof of Residency? For a residency form listing acceptable documents, scroll down to the Proof of Residency section. You can email your form and two proof documents to Jennifer.
Didn’t get the registration “snapcode” for your PCHS student, or forgot your email or password for the registration system? The snapcode email goes to one parent, so please check both parent emails, and check your spam/junk folder. If you still need help, send an email to Jennifer and include your student’s full name, date of birth, your name and relationship to the student, and the email address you want the snapcode or password re-sent to. (Please don’t use the New Student Registration, that’s a different system. If you need help with the 2020-21 Returning Student Registration, contact Jennifer.)
RETURN TO THIS PAGE after you complete the online registration to see if this school has additional registration requirements or information. See below.
New Student Enrollment: If you are NEW to the Park City School District, or a former student who is re-enrolling after having withdrawn from a district school, please see the district’s New Student Enrollment page for enrollment information. (Note: Students rising to 10th grade from Treasure Mountain Jr High are NOT new students.)
PARK CITY HIGH SCHOOL
WELCOME TO THE 2020-2021 SCHOOL YEAR
SCHOOL BEGINS THURSDAY, AUGUST 20
Online Registration – REQUIRED:
ALL returning students must complete the Returning Student Registration process every school year. The link to the Park City School District Returning Student Registration webpage is above. Read ALL the information and instructions provided. The online registration must be completed BEFORE the first day of school! (If you are a new student who pre-enrolled in May, you already completed the online registration when you enrolled with the district registrar.)
Proof of Residency – REQUIRED:
Per district policy, proof of residency is required for ALL students every school year. Parents must complete a Proof of Residency Form (en español) AND provide TWO (2) acceptable proof documents. ONLY the proof documents listed on the form will be accepted! This year, you are able to upload your proof documents into the online registration system. If you are NOT able to upload your documents, you can email them to Jennifer, or you can bring them to the school on August 14 or August 17-19. Please make copies of your documents before coming to the school to reduce touch instances. You must wear a face mask and observe social distancing. Proof of Residency must be submitted and approved BEFORE the first day of school! (If you are a new student who pre-enrolled in May, and you already provided your two proof documents to the district registrar, you don’t need to provide them again, unless your address has changed.)
Parking Permits (optional):
Parking permits will be sold to Seniors and Juniors only. Students are not guaranteed a space in the PCHS lots. Once PCHS lots are full, students must park at the LDS church parking lot located on Monitor and Lucky John.
Permits will be sold by appointment only. Bring your completed parking permit application and payment with you to your scheduled time in order to receive a parking permit. You will not be able to pay for parking on eFunds this year. Only cash or check (payable to Park City High School) in the amount of $100 will be accepted.
Go to https://www.signupgenius.com/go/60B0F45AEAD23A02-parking to sign up for a parking permit appointment. Appointments are available on the following days only:
Friday, August 14
Monday, August 17
Tuesday, August 18
Wednesday, August 19
The Park City Board of Education affirms the principle that a public education should be free to the patrons of the school district and that barriers to public education should be removed wherever possible. In that effort, the school board has waived the fee requirements for mandatory and academic fees for the 2020-2021 school year. The board’s action is not a categorical waiver of all fees. Fees subject to this action include fees for elective courses and general education expenses. This action does not extend at this time to extracurricular fees and other fees for activities conducted outside the normal hours of the school day. In all cases, remaining school fees are subject to State law and district waiver policy. Please note that fees for AP tests, concurrent enrollment and credit remediation are not covered by this action.
Fee Waivers: If you want to apply for a fee waiver (solicitud para la exención del pago de cuotas), see the finance secretary, Donna McManus, in the main office. The fee waiver will be used in assessing extracurricular fees and some class fees. The fee waiver form is available on our School Fees page or in the main office. Proof of income must be provided with your application. The Free & Reduced Lunch Application (solicitud para familias de comidas gratis o a precio reducido) is a separate form and is also available from the main office or on the School Fees page.
Yearbooks can ONLY be purchased through Jostens. Please visit www.jostensyearbooks.com to order your yearbook. Yearbooks cannot be purchased through the school office.
Students will NOT be assigned lockers this year.
Students will have access to their class schedules when the district re-opens PowerSchool to students and parents on Friday, August 14th. Schedules are subject to change prior to the first day of school, August 20, as we work to balance class sizes. Your final schedule will be the one in PowerSchool on the morning of August 20. You will NOT get a paper copy of your schedule on the first day of school, so please print a copy, take a screenshot or write out your schedule for the first day of school.
The Red/White day calendar, holidays, and school events are posted on the Calendar page of the Park City High School website.
Your lunch schedule is determined by the teacher you have for 3rd period. Check the posters in the main office or ask your 3rd period teacher. Your lunch may be different on Red and White days.
Virtual Back to School Night – August 24:
This will be a virtual Back to School Night. More information to come.
School pictures will be Monday, August 31. Seniors should be wearing best dress.
Laptops for New Students:
New students will be notified when their school laptop is ready for pick up. This applies to all new students, whether you pre-enrolled in May or completed your new enrollment in August. Do not go to the Tech Office until you are told to do so.
The PCHS Parent Teacher Student Organization (PTSO) supports our teachers and staff by donating both time and funds to enhance our students’ overall educational experience. Please join by completing the PTSO Membership Form on our PTSO Membership page.
Park City Education Foundation (PCEF):
Your gift helps fund nearly 100 programs in the Park City School District! At PCHS we fund PCCAPS, Robotics, Debate; STEM, Music, Journalism and Special Ed programs; materials and fees for co-curricular competitions, Bright Futures, LIA and more. These programs would not exist without you. Donations can be made directly on the PCEF Website page.
Add money to your student’s breakfast/lunch account via PayPAMS. Balances roll over each year. Menus and other information are available on the Child Nutrition pages of the district website. Free & Reduced Lunch Applications (Solicitud para familias de comidas gratis o a precio reducido) are available from the main office or on the School Fees page.
For school bus information, see the district’s Transportation page.
Parent PowerSchool and Canvas Accounts:
Parents can monitor their student’s grades, attendance, and assignments from home, anytime, using PowerSchool and Canvas. Parent PowerSchool and Canvas Account information will be provided after the school year begins. 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.)
Quarterly Report Cards:
PCHS provides quarterly report cards electronically via PowerSchool. When the report cards are ready, they will be uploaded to the students’ and parents’ PowerSchool accounts. You will receive a notification via email, then you can log in to PowerSchool to view and print the report card as needed. Parents, please make sure the school has your correct email address.