Welcome to Treasure Mountain Junior High
2530 Kearns Blvd
Park City, UT 84060
7:35 am - 1:45 pm (Mon)
7:35 am - 2:25 pm (Tue-Fri)
7:00 am - 3:30 pm
8 and 9
Leadership and Student Council for 2016-17
Any current 8th graders who would like to be in the Leadership class and/or Student Council next year in 9th grade must complete and submit a Leadership Application by noon on February 12. The application materials will be reviewed by a group of leaders from the community and students will be notified of their placement before Registration in March. Questions should be addressed to Ms. Hooker in Room 16.
Note to students interested in Student Council: In order to qualify to run for any Student Council position, you must apply and be accepted into Leadership. Once elected into Student Council, you may not drop the course. This demonstrates initiative, commitment, the ability to follow instructions, and the ability to meet deadlines.
Leadership is project-based and challenge-based learning that makes an immediate impact on students as individuals, our class, our school, our community and our world. Working with local nonprofits, you, as a leader, will strive to be a role model and create conditions where everyone can do amazing work.
Leadership is the articulation of projects that causes others to follow and contribute. In this class you will combine leadership, initiative and the art of teamwork. You will learn time management and engage in community projects. There are opportunities to develop speaking and writing skills: improve creativity, confidence, and poise. In this class, you will be able to work with influential role models of diverse backgrounds and attitudes, have a voice in the school, and be able to participate in many hands-on activities to improve the wellbeing of people around the community. The course provides opportunities to network with successful leaders, enhance your professionalism, and connect with others.
Students should expect to work hard as they contribute to the class, the school, and the community. However, there is an enormous amount of fun to be had in this class! Some out-of-school time, including weekends, may be encouraged for some leadership projects.
Class Expectation: To stay in Leadership, students must maintain a minimum 3.0 GPA by the end of each quarter, contribute several community service hours each quarter, and show initiative to participate in projects.
Honors Math Placement for 2016-17
Entry into Honors Math is not automatic. Current Ecker Hill 7th graders and TMJH 8th graders wishing to be considered for Honors Math placement for the 2016-17 school year MUST APPLY by submitting an online request. The deadline for requests is February 12. ONLY students who apply by the deadline will be evaluated for Honors placement.
- Request for Honors Math Placement (student must use their school email login)
For information on how students will be evaluated for Honors Math placement (including new student enrollments), see our Placement for Honors and AP page.
IMPORTANT--PLEASE READ: Honors Math courses offer a rigorous, challenging, faster-paced, Honors-level math curriculum that goes deeper into the concepts learned in the regular Math courses. Once enrolled in Honors Math, students will be expected to complete a minimum of one quarter. Transferring to a section of regular Math is dependent exclusively on space availability, which may require moving multiple classes, including changing electives, teachers, and/or lunch times. Seats are not held for students who wish to transfer out of Honors.
Honor Roll Certificates
If you would like a printed Honor Roll Certificate for your student, please contact Bev in the front office at 435-645-5640 or email@example.com.
Q2 Report Cards
Quarter 2 Report Cards are now available in PowerSchool. Parents and students can log into PowerSchool to view and print the report card as needed. For this year only, parents will receive report cards in the mail ONLY if you elected to have them mailed while completing the online registration. NOTE: The report card in PowerSchool will always be the most current.
- PowerSchool: powerschool.pcschools.us/public/
If your student withdrew from TMJH at the end of the quarter, we will mail their report card to the last known mailing address we have on file.
In an effort to be more efficient in delivering your student's end-of-quarter grades, TMJH will be providing report cards electronically beginning this year. When the report cards are ready, they will be uploaded to PowerSchool and you will receive an email notification. At the end of the school year, we will mail home a final end-of-year transcript showing the students’ complete grade report for the entire school year.
8th Grade College and Career Readiness Meetings
Attention 8th grade parents! It's time to schedule your 8th Grade College and Career Readiness Meeting! These meetings are part of our guidance curriculum. It's an opportunity for our 8th graders AND their parents to meet with their guidance counselor to discuss student progress, high school graduation requirements, the ACT Explore Score Report, and college and career goals. For all the details about scheduling your appointment, see our College and Career Readiness page. Or, an evening group presentation will be available on Parent-Teacher Conference night, March 3.
More News and Information
TMJH is hosting Mobile Dentists/Smile Programs on February 10, 2016. The Mobile Dentists/Smile Programs team will set up a mini-dental office in our building and can provide dental examinations, cleanings, fluoride treatments, x-rays and sealants (if necessary) for children who return completed forms. See the front office to get the form. See this flyer for details or contact our school nurse Gina Agy at firstname.lastname@example.org.
El dentista va a venir a la escuela 10 de febrero 2016. El equipo dental creará una mini-oficina dental en nuestro edificio y proporcionara servicios dentales para todos los niños que regresen formularios completos. Para participar, asegúrese que su hijo traiga de regreso un formulario completo y firmado y lo entregue a la escuela. Si usted no ha recibido un formulario, por favor comuníquese con la escuela. Para obtener más información, consulte papel o póngase en contacto con la enfermera de la escuela, Gina Agy al email@example.com.
Scoliosis Screening for 8th graders will be February 9 and 10. If you would like your child to be screened, please complete a scoliosis screening request form and return it to the front office. Contact our school nurse Gina Agy at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have questions.
Examine la escoliosis de estudiantes en el grado 8 en el Treasure Mountain en 9 y 10 de febrero. Firme su nombre y regrese a la oficina si usted quiere que su hijo sea examinado en la escuela.
Parents can monitor their student's grades, attendance, and assignments from home, anytime, using PowerSchool and Canvas. Parent PowerSchool and Canvas Account information was mailed home the week of September 14th. Logins are reset every year, so you will need to set up a new account. For your security and privacy, we cannot provide login information over the phone. Logins can be picked up in person or mailed to the home address we have on file. Parent Single Sign-On Instructions.
Pay School Fees Online: eps.mvpbanking.com/cgi-bin/efs/login.pl?access=55868
The Park City School District is pleased to introduce a new secure online fee payment system called eFunds for Schools. You can now pay your school fees online with a credit card or checking account. Families set up and maintain their own eFunds account--the school will never have access to your banking information. You will have the flexibility of making payments any time from home, you will even have the option to make recurring payments or installments.
Online Lunch Account System: paypams.com