Segunda Taza de Café de Treasure Mountain- March 3, 2021
Estimados padres de familia Latino, queremos escuchar su voz…
La segunda taza de café es una reunión para padres de familia Latinos conducido en español. La administración de Treasure Mountain le invita a traer sus preguntas, inquietudes, y sugerencias para la mejora de la escuela de su hijo/a. conocer más de la escuela de su hijo/a. Ven por un café, un pan, y buena compañía. Entérese de lo que están haciendo los estudiantes en la escuela. Aprender a ayudar mejor a su hijo/a en la escuela. Todos están invitados. Las reuniones son por la mañana de 7:30 a 8:30 am el primer martes del mes, ó el por la tarde de 6:00 a 7:00 pm el primer miércoles del mes.
Latino parents, we want to hear your voice …
The second cup of coffee is a meeting for Latino parents conducted in Spanish. The Treasure Mountain administration invites you to bring your questions, concerns, and suggestions for the improvement of your child’s school. Know more about your child’s school. Come for coffee, bread, and good company. Find out what students are doing at school. Learn to better help your child in school. All are welcome. The meetings are in the morning from 7:30 to 8:30 on the first Tuesday of the month, or in the afternoon from 6:00 to 7:00 on the first Wednesday of the month.
9th grade CCR Parent/Student Meeting
To Schedule Your 9th Grade Student’s College and Career Readiness Meeting
CCR meetings are a time for students and their parents to meet with their school counselor to discuss student progress and high school graduation requirements and course pathways. Students will meet in person and connect the parent or guardian in via Google meet.
Meetings are approximately 45 mins. in length
Many families find this information helpful prior to spring registration.
Click on your student’s counselor name below to schedule your appointment:
Niko Jensen (Students with last names A-G)
Cassidy St. Clair (Students with last names H-Pa)
Mary Klismith (students with last names Pe-Z)
Para hacer cita con el consejero de su estudiante grado 9 y hablar de cómo puede prepararse para la Universidad
Esta reunión es una opportunidad para que el estudiante y el padre hablen con su consejero para discutir progreso del estudiante y requisitos para la graduación y recomendación de clases para tomar en el future.
Esta reunión dura apróximadamente 45 minutos
Abajo, seleccione el nombre del consejero de su estudiante para hacer una cita:
Niko Jensen (estudiantes con appellidos A-G)
Cassidy St. Clair (estudiantes con appellidos H-Pa)
Mary Klismith (estudiantes con appellidos Pe-Z)
Treasure Mountain Junior High
Film & Yearbook Teacher
MS Curriculum, Instruction & Assessment
PARK CITY STUDENT SERVICE AWARD
Beginning September 29, 2020!
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. The program runs from 2:45 pm – 4:15 pm. The activity bus is available for students who normally ride the bus to school. Check out the MASA link for more information.
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. The Winter schedule begins in January.
School pictures were taken on Sept. 16 and on Oct. 26. If you wish to purchase pictures(ordering is optional) please go to mylifetouch.com using the picture ID #EVTTK2RX3 for Sept 16 photos and picture ID#EVTMTN3PN for Oct 26. All students must have their picture taken for their School IDs. If you have any further questions, please give our front office a call. Thank you
9th grade ONLY- Vision Screening- POSTPONED, PLEASE WATCH FOR FURTHER UPDATES
At this time, the vision screening for 9th grade will be put on hold. Please watch for further updates.
This is a distance vision screen that will be done socially distanced with the School Nurse.
If you choose to opt your student out, please return the attached opt-out form to the front office.
In the event we have an influx of students on quarantine, the vision screening will be postponed until the spring.
Julie Jackson, RN, BSN
Treasure Mountain Junior High
Park City School District
Dear PCSD Parents and Guardians,
As we all settle in during our return to school, Park City School District is implementing new tools to help ease communication between parents and the schools regarding absence reporting and potential symptom monitoring from home. If your student will be out of school, we ask that you use our online system to report their absence(s). This greatly alleviates the strain on front office staff during critical times of the morning routine and enables us to focus our attention on COVID precautions and getting your child safely to class. It also helps our nurses monitor symptoms and cases, in an effort to mitigate potential illness outbreaks.
The link is available below. We ask that parents register in the system and their student(s) will be linked to their personal account to ensure accurate and protected reporting. It takes roughly 1 minute to complete the registration process. This process can be done via any device (laptop, desktop, cellphone or tablet) and is available through the following links on standard web browsers. Guidelines to help you through the login process are here
Please create a user account:
Step 1) Go to https://www.healthattend.com/parent-guardian-login
Step 2) Select “Create an Account” Please use the email address you used when registering your student with the school
Step 3) Log into the portal with your email and password.
Step 4) Once logged in to the parent portal, you will have access to the Attendance Reporting tool through the icon on the left.
Please add healthattend.com to your accepted email domains in order to ensure you receive your student health notifications.
Thank you for your willingness to help keep our students and staff healthy and safe.
Due to Covid 19, attendance policies will appropriately addressed but will change depending on the situations.
IMPORTANT! Read our full Attendance Policy at https://tmjh.pcschools.us > Attendance Policy.
Please send a note or an email to firstname.lastname@example.org to excuse your student if they will not be attending school. The note/email must include the student’s full name, the date(s) of absence, and be written by a parent. Medical excuse notes are accepted within 5 days of returning to school. If your child is experiencing Covid like symptoms, please contact our nurse Julie Jackson at email@example.com.
When students are late for school, they must sign in at the attendance office. To excuse a tardy for the first period of the day, a parent must email firstname.lastname@example.org or call the attendance secretary the day of the tardy. A parent may excuse three 1st period tardies per quarter. The first 10 minutes of class missed will be counted as tardy. After 10 minutes, the student will be marked absent.
To check out a student during the school day, please call the school from the parking lot and choose Option 1 Attendance Office. Your student will be released from class, check out at the Attendance Office and meet you outside. There is no need for a note from home in advance. During passing periods and/or lunch, students can be difficult to locate quickly. Please plan ahead with your student.
2020-2021 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 2020-2021 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.