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
The preschool kiddos had an exciting week before February/Winter Break. Not only was it their cookie race for ski lessons but, the day after that, they had the opportunity to watch the 5th graders perform a circus at McPolin Elementary. Enjoy the photos!
2018 Cookie Race
5th Grade McPolin Circus
Wow! Where did January go?! Before we get to the photos, just a couple of reminders:
*The Center will be closed February 19th-23rd for Winter Break.
*Please remember to turn in your completed "appreciation" hearts. There is an envelope in Ms. Sue's office.
Now...on to the photos!
The preschoolers made pizza and played with a parachute to celebrate the letter "P."
The Hedgehogs and Jellyfish have just 1 more week of skiing left. We hope you can join us for the Cookie Race on February 14th at 10:45 a.m. It will be held near the bottom of First Time, near the magic carpet.
Even though we don't have much snow on the playground, the kids are still having a blast while they are outside. The smiles on their faces say it all.
The children have been busy little bees these past few weeks. It's hard to believe December is halfway over and 2018 is right around the corner.
Take a peek at what our toddlers have been up to:
Our preschoolers have started ski lessons and are having a blast! We will be sure to get some ski photos up soon but, for now, please enjoy these photos of our friends in their learning environment:
The preschoolers have been having a blast at tennis lessons this month. They are pretty exhausted by the time they get back to school.
Our first big snowfall of the season means lots of fun playing outside!
Each year, the kids all come together for one big Thanksgiving lunch.
The children were thrilled to get a visit from a few firefighters! There is just something about getting to look inside a real fire truck. They also talked to the children inside of the school. The little ones learned to stop, drop, and roll. If you haven't done so already, be sure to talk with your child(ren) about your family's safety plan.
We just wanted to write a quick note to welcome you to the new school year.
We are off to a great start at the Center! Students are engaged in play and the learning is plentiful. Be sure to check back for photos. For now, please check the "Important Dates" for upcoming events. These will be updated as events are planned.
The kids had some fun activities to close out the 2016/2017 school year! This will be our last post for this school year but be sure to come back in the fall to check out more exciting activities at PCSD CCC!
The kids had an exciting week before Spring Break! It was adventures all around with the last ice skating lessons and an egg hunt around the high school.
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.
March 2nd: Early Release Day (3:45 p.m. pick-up)
April 9th-13th: No School (Spring Break)
May 28th: No School (Memorial Day)