Park City school district
child care center
Mission Statement: To provide opportunities of exploration and development with age appropriate activities in a safe and loving environment
Ms. Hanna's and Ms. Julie's classes have been busy hedgehogs and jellyfish. We wanted to share some photos from their ice skating lessons, as well as their latest trip to the Kimball Art Center. Enjoy!
The Park City School District Child Care Center is seeking a candidate with strong leadership abilities, experience with preschool and/or two year olds, curriculum, and classroom management skills to become part of our team as a lead teacher. A strong customer service background, along with a passion for education, is a must. Salary DOE.
Responsibilities include the following (all overseen by Center director):
-maintain a safe and healthy learning environment
-supervise the activities of the preschool-age children
-maintain order and routine within the classroom
-plan weekly lesson plans and direct classroom and playground activities
-set up the classroom for the daily activities
-administer curriculum assessments and track growth of children
-support developmentally appropriate curriculum and oversee proper implementation
-parent/teacher communications; greet and work positively with parents on a daily basis
-oversee Park City High School Teaching Assistants
-district and community interactions
Candidates must be 21 or older and have a Bachelor's degree and appropriate Early Childhood experience or accreditation.
If you are interested, please email resumes and cover letters to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Our childcare center is all about helping to meet the needs of parents. One of the needs we recognized was the early release of elementary-aged students on Friday afternoons. To help address this need, we now have a Panther Club! It is led by Ms. Kayla, Ms. Tara, and Ms. Jacq. During Panther Club, we focus on reinforcing skills addressed in their everyday classrooms, STEM activities, and taking field trips out and about around beautiful Park City.
Winter has finally arrived and the kids love playing in the snow. With the arrival of winter, that also means the holidays are just around the corner. Ducky the Elf has returned to the center and the tree is up.
The preschool classes went to the Kimball Arts Center on November 3rd. They had a blast! The children were so well behaved, the KAC even invited them back for another field trip this year!
The children were very busy on Halloween. Their first stop was the costume parade at McPolin Elementary, followed by a walk to the district office. After that, they were off to the learning center and, finally, they ended their adventures with some trick or treating around the high school.
The older buggy at the center was just about to be "retired" when we heard about the small engine repair class at Treasure Mountain. Thanks to those students, the buggy is fixed and as good as new! It has even been "kid tested." Thank you TMJH small engine repair class!