The educational landscape may be changing soon in Park City. Recognizing the growth that’s expected in the future, the Park City School Board adopted a resolution, this summer, to hold a special bond election next month. On November 3rd, voters will decide the future of the school system. The proposition states that it’s “not to exceed $56 million dollars to finance the acquisition of land, acquire, construct, furnish and equip new school facilities and improve existing facilities and related improvements; and related matters.”
The last time the community approved an endeavor like this was in 1999, when they accepted a bond to build Ecker Hill Middle School and Jeremy Ranch Elementary—for $30,000.
Park City School District Superintendent, Ember Conley says, “This action is further proof that board is committed to do what is best for our students, and to providing excellent and innovative education to all grades.”
If you want to learn more you can attend a public hearing on October 20th at 6:00 p.m. at the school district administrative offices. The hearing will focus on the bond process, explaining cost impact and details of bond.