Schedule your 9th Grade College and Career Readiness Meeting
9th Grade College and Career Readiness (CCR) meetings are part of the TMJH guidance curriculum. CCR meetings provide an opportunity for 9th-graders and their parents to meet with their school counselor to discuss:
- Student progress (grades, attendance, strengths and challenges)
- High school graduation requirements and course pathways
- College and career goals for the future
- Naviance software orientation & review of student’s strength inventory
Meetings are 45 mins. during school hours and are scheduled through Jan 18, 2019
Many families find this information helpful prior to spring registration. Please talk with your student prior to calling to determine which class periods are best to schedule during. Attendees: student and parent. Student should bring laptop.
To Schedule: call Kate Lockard @435-645-5641
Para hacer cita con el consejero de su estudiante de 9 grado y hablar de cómo puede prepararse para la Universidad
Esta reunión es parte de nuestro currículo escolar aquí en Treasure Mountain. Esta reunión es una opportunidad para que el estudiante y el padre hablen con su consejero para discutir:
- Progreso del estudiante (calificaciones, asistencia, desafios y fortalezas)
- Requisitos para la graduación y recomendación de clases para tomar en el futuro
- Metas en cuanto a carreras universitarias
- Hablar de las fortalezas y aptitudes del estudiante en los resultados del programa “Naviance.”
Esta reunión dura 45 minutos durante escuela y están disponibles hasta Jan. 18, 2019
Es bueno tener esta información antes de las matriculas en la primavera.
Para hacer una cita: llamar a Kate Lockard @435-645-5641
O Participe en una Noche Informativa: el dia Jueves, Deciembre 6 a las 6:00-7:30 pm
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TMJH Spirit Wear
Treasure Mountain has long been a stepping stone to and partner of Park City High School, and many students are outfitted in PCHS gear because of their sports teams. We’d like to encourage students to also have pride in their junior high experience at TMJH and providing each student with a TMJH t-shirt (designed through a student contest) would be a step in that direction. I would like to thank all of you who donated to our TMJH Spirit Wear goal! We raised $1,710 toward buying TMJH t-shirts for all students. We really appreciate your support and generosity and PCEF for helping us achieve this goal.
TMJH Mustang Pantry
Previously known as the Pop-up Pantry is up and running once again. It is located in room 37. For more information please go to Mustang Pantry.
The Utah State Office of Education; Department of Health; and Department of Human Services, Division of Substance
Abuse and Mental Health are conducting the seventh Student Health And Risk Prevention (SHARP) Survey. Your child’s
class may be selected to participate in this survey. Students whose classes have been selected will be asked to complete
ONE of the following two questionnaires: the Prevention Needs Assessment (PNA) Survey or the Youth Risk Behavior
Survey (YRBS) during February, March, or April 2019. The two questionnaires are described below:
Prevention Needs Assessment (PNA) Survey. The PNA survey measures alcohol, tobacco, and drug use; the factors that
place students at risk for problem behaviors; and the factors that protect students from problem behaviors. Information
gained from the survey will allow your school district and the State of Utah to continue to provide comprehensive
prevention programs for our schools and children. This survey is only administered to students in grades 6 through 8.
Youth Risk Behavior Survey (YRBS). The YRBS survey measures alcohol, tobacco, and drug use; antisocial behaviors;
health behaviors; and school safety. This survey is only administered to students in grades 9 through 12.
We must receive a signed permission form from every student so that we know whether they have permission or not to take the survey. The form was available during school registration and can be downloaded here (en espanol). Please return completed form for 8th grade to your students’ PE Teacher. For 9th grade, please have your student drop off in the Front Office. If you have any questions, please call our Front Office.
TRYOUTS FOR PCHS WINTER SPORTS
Tryouts for PCHS Winter Sports are Monday, November 5th. Please contact the head coach for more details including times and locations.
PARENT - TEACHER MEETINGS
In addition to our Back to School night, which occurred on August 30, 2018, we will be hosting a Student Showcase in mid May 2019 (date TBD). Teachers or parents may initiate meetings regarding student progress from 3pm-4pm on any of the following dates:
*September 20 *January 10
*October 1 *February 28
*October 25 *March 11
*November 5 *April 4
*December 10 *April 29
Please contact your students’ teacher(s) to set up a meeting. We will not have traditional Parent/Teacher conferences this year. The above dates are in place of the traditional format. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact the Front Office.
MASA - Mustang After School Academy
Begins September 25!
Every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, after school, students have an opportunity to get help with homework, participate in a club or develop a new interest. Here is a list of programs that are available for students. The program runs from 2:45 pm – 3:45 pm. The activity bus is available for students who normally ride the bus to school. TMJH would like to thank the Park City Education Foundation for their generous grant so that we may provide this fun, safe, learning environment for our students.
On our Early Out Mondays, we have a program called activ8. This program is sponsored by the Youth Sports Alliance. Please check out the attached link for more information regarding this program. What is ACTiV8 . The winter program will be starting soon. Here is a listing of the Treasure Winter schedule 2018.
PowerSchool? Canvas? What’s that? Here is a link to help you understand what it all means. If you need assistance, please contact Sam Thompson at email@example.com
2018-2019 School Fees
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 2018-2019 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 go to our link for more information regarding school fees and school lunch.