Welcome to Treasure Mountain Junior High
2530 Kearns Blvd
Park City, UT 84060
7:35 am - 2:25 pm
7:00 am - 3:30 pm
8 and 9
The Park City School District Calendar Committee is seeking input from employees and community members in order to set the school calendar for the 2015-2016 school year. Please take a few minutes and complete the Calendar Survey. The survey will be open for one week, at which time the committee will reconvene to review the results and present the finding to the Board of Education for approval.
End of Quarter 1: October 24
The last day of Quarter 1 is Friday, October 24. Report cards will be mailed home on Friday, October 31. Remember, you can check your student's grades, attendance, and assignments anytime with PowerSchool and Canvas using the parent login information we mailed home in September.
Quarter 2 begins on Monday, October 27. Students who have completed a schedule change for Q2 need to check their PowerSchool on Monday morning to see their new schedule (changes don't take effect until then). See the registrar or your counselor if you have questions.
The last day to request a schedule change for Q2 will be Friday, October 31.
Reality Town VOLUNTEERS NEEDED: November 5
Reality Town is a fun educational program that gives realistic financial experience to our 8th grade students. Students choose an occupation based on their GPA, then they use their monthly salary and their family profile to make financial choices, such as buying a house, buying groceries, and paying for child care. The goal is to make smart financial choices!
VOLUNTEERS NEEDED! We invite TMJH parents and adult members of our community to participate in Reality Town--it's so much fun! We need about 75 volunteers at each session, and also help with set up and tear down. A light breakfast and lunch are provided for volunteers. To sign up, go to Sign-up Genius or contact Mary Klismith at 435-645-5640 ext. 3222 or email@example.com.
Reality Town: November 5th
Session 1 is 8:15-10:45 (8th graders with 2nd lunch on Red days)
Session 2 is 11:15-1:30 (8th graders with 1st lunch on Red days)
Red Ribbon Week: October 20-24
LIVE ABOVE IT--TMJH students are ABOVE doing drugs and alcohol! Red Ribbon Week is a national campaign that creates an awareness of the dangers of alcohol, tobacco, drug abuse, and violence. The goal is prevention through education. During Red Ribbon Week, we will have activities during the lunch breaks, prevention announcements, and a special treat on Friday. Big thanks to the Counselors, Leadership students, Summit County Health Department and Valley Behavioral Health.
Monday 10/20: Pajama "Put Drugs to Sleep" Day
Tuesday 10/21: Superhero "Save the World from Drugs" Day
Wednesday 10/22: Flannel-and-Sock "Flock Away Drugs" Day
Thursday 10/23: Sports Enthusiast "Natural High" Day
Friday 10/24: Red Out - Wear Red!
Leaders 4 Life Conference: November 7-8
We are still taking registrations through November 3! Turn in your application and $25 registration fee to the Counseling office. Spaces are limited and will sell out quickly. Scholarships are available upon request.
The 2nd Annual Leaders 4 Life Leadership Conference will be held at Park City High School on Friday, November 7 and Saturday, November 8. Applications are currently available in EHMS, TMJH, and PCHS counseling offices for students in grades 6–12. The conference is an inspiring and life changing educational experience. Leaders 4 Life serves to educate and enlighten, teach students to celebrate their differences, protect one another, and to embrace love and friendship. By fostering leadership skills in youth, it provides them with tools to be good citizens and avoid the pitfalls of bullying and substance abuse. The two-day conference includes breakout sessions, an amazing keynote speaker, fun swag, and a great opportunity to meet other fun kids while learning some great life skills.
Other Recent News
November 12, 2014 at 7:00pm in the PCHS Lecture Hall. "Financing a College Education" is a presentation for both parents and students. Learn more about the Financial Aid process. Learn what types of aid are available and some of the hints to help you in this process. The financial aid information covered will be general and applicable to any college a student may attend. Presented by Jenny Allen Ryan, Director of Financial Aid at Westminster College.
Mornings- Monday-Friday, 6:30-7:30am, in Room 25
Afternoons- Tuesday-Friday, 2:30-3:30pm, in Room 26
After-School Homework Club: Monday-Thursday, after school until 3:50pm, in Room 42
9th Grade English Lab: Thursdays (beginning October 9), 2:30-3:50pm, in Room 15
Spanish Tutoring Lab: Wednesdays, 2:30-3:50pm, in Room 7, 11, or 13
See our Tutoring page for more tutoring options.
PCHS graduates are eligible to receive the Board of Education Academic Seal of Distinction on their diploma if they complete the requirements in grades 9-12. Requirements include a minimum number of credits in specific subject areas, a minimum 3.0 GPA, and completion of 25 hours of community service per year. For more information, see the Board of Education Academic Seal page.
Parent PowerSchool logins were mailed home the first week of September. Due to security concerns, we cannot provide login information over the phone, by email, or by fax. Logins can be picked up in person or mailed to the home address we have on file. PowerSchool logins are reset every summer to protect your privacy.
For the instructions on how to create a Parent Canvas Account, go to our Tech Center page.
ALL VISITORS, including parents, must enter the school through the front doors and proceed directly to the Main Office or the Attendance Office. Visitors will be required to sign in and out on a Visitor's Log and a Visitor Badge will be required. Un-badged persons will be stopped and questioned. Student shadowing is not permitted.
The Park City School District takes student and school safety seriously. See the School Safety pages of the district website for more information.