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 (T-F)
7:00 am - 3:30 pm
8 and 9
Monday, March 30: Pajama Day
Tuesday, March 31: Flannel Day
Wednesday, April 1: White-Out Wednesday
Thursday, April 2: Hawaiian Shirt Day
Friday, April 3: Freedom Friday (Red, White & Blue or School Colors)
Needs Assessment Survey
Treasure Mountain Parents and Guardians,
In support of the TMJH counseling program, please complete a brief survey by clicking on the link below. This is the required Needs Assessment Survey conducted every 3-6 years that provides valuable information about the Comprehensive Counseling needs of TMJH.
Once you open the survey, start typing Treasure Mountain in the text box and then click on "TREASURE MTN INTERNATIONAL SCH" when it appears in the menu. Choose "Parent/Guardian" and then click on the red submit button to take the survey.
Thank you for your honest and helpful responses.
TMJH Guidance Counselors,
Diane Cashel, email@example.com (student last names A-K)
Mary Klismith, firstname.lastname@example.org (student last names L-Z)
End of Quarter 3: March 27
The last day of Quarter 3 is Friday, March 27. Report cards will be mailed home on Friday, April 3. Remember, you can check your student's grades, attendance, and assignments anytime with PowerSchool and Canvas.
Quarter 4 begins on Monday, March 30. Students who have completed a schedule change for Q4 need to check 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 Q4 will be Friday, April 3.
Medical Notes & Reminders
Pertussis Outbreak: There is a Pertussis outbreak in the Park City area. Please see this Pertussis letter from the Summit County Health Department for more information. This information is not to alarm you, but to help you understand and give you factual information. Info sheet: Pertussis-Whooping Cough (Tos Ferina en español)
Asthma Medications Reminder: Utah Code Annotated 53A11-602 allows students to carry and self-administer inhaled asthma medications at school when they have the necessary information on file with the school. The Asthma Self-Administration Form (en Español) meets the requirements of the law and should be filled out and kept on file each school year.
8th Grade Parents - Don't forget your CCR Meeting!
The 8th Grade CCR (College and Career Ready) Meeting is an opportunity for our 8th grade students and parents to meet with their guidance counselor to discuss student progress, high school graduation requirements and course pathways, and the ACT Explore Score Report. Individual appointments can be scheduled through April. To schedule your appointment, contact Jennifer at email@example.com or 435-645-5641. For more information, see our College and Career Ready (CCR) page.
Other Recent News
The 9th Grade End-of-Year Celebration at Lagoon is scheduled for June 4th. The cost is $35 per person if paid before Spring Break (April 6). The fee includes Lagoon entrance fee, lunch, and transportation both ways from/to TMJH. The cost will increase to $40 after Spring Break. Payments are collected by the front office.
Spend the last day of school with your friends having fun at Lagoon - Sign Up Now!
Auditions are two days--one day of clinic and one day of auditions. BOTH DAYS ARE REQUIRED. If you cannot attend both days, you need to speak with Ms. Mott (PCHS).
Clinic (learn dances): Thursday, May 14, 2:30-6:00pm in the PCHS Main Gym, Dance Room, and Black Box
Audition (panel of 3 judges): Friday, May 15, 2:30-6:30pm in the PCHS Main Gym and Dance Room
Will you be enrolling a NEW student at TMJH for the 2015-16 school year? See the New Student Enrollment page for pre-enrollment information.
(NOTE: Ecker Hill 7th graders will automatically transfer to Treasure Mountain for 8th grade as "returning students," not new students. You will do the back-to-school registration in August. There is nothing you need to do now.)
We are looking for 8-10 local volunteers that would be willing to present a Utah Scholars PowerPoint that UHEAA has prepared on higher education. The audience will be 8th graders in a classroom setting on April 28th and 29th. Volunteers will be asked to attend a 1 hour training from UHEAA on the PowerPoint, and will present at least one 45 minute presentation. If volunteers want to present more than once, that would be appreciated. If you are interested, please contact Heather Briley, PCHS Scholarship Advisor, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 435-645-5650 ext. 2085.
Park City School District is providing an opt-out option for parents that do not want their student(s) to participate in state level testing. At Treasure Mountain, this would include the NAEP and SAGE assessments. See the district's Parent Consent for Non-Participation in State Level Testing (Opt Out) page for the form and more information. Please note that the form must be sent to the District Office at least 3 days prior to the testing start dates (dates are listed on the form).
El Distrito Escolar de Park City entrega a los padres un formulario para que opten a la no participación de su estudiante(s) durante la rendición de pruebas a nivel del estado (NAEP y SAGE). Si está interesado en la opción de no participar para su estudiante(s), por favor llene el formulario y mándelo a la oficina del distrito por lo menos tres días antes del comienzo de las fechas de dichas pruebas. Consentimiento de No Participación
Mornings- Monday-Friday, 6:30-7:30am, in Room 25
Afternoons- Tuesday-Friday, 2:30-3:30pm, in Room 26
After-School Homework Lab: Monday-Thursday, after school until 3:50pm, in Room 42
9th Grade English Lab: Thursdays, 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.