Welcome to Trailside Elementary School
Kindergarten 2014-2015 Pre-Registration
Kindergarten Students Only
Starts: Thursday, February 6, 2014
If you have a student who will turn 5 before September 2 of the year in which admission is sought, you are encouraged to pre-register them for kindergarten. Please stop by your boundary school and pick up a registration packet.
Registration for Kinder Connections, the extended day kindergarten program offered through Community Education, is February 24 - March 7. Click here for information about the program. Forms will be available by mid-February.
DLI Talking Points
The Jon. M. Huntsman Family is proud to sponsor the 22nd Annual Huntsman Awards for Excellence in Education.
From the Desk of Dr. Einhorn
From the Desk of Dr. Einhorn—
January flew by, with an emphasis on science fair projects and mid-year DBELS.
It’s hard to believe that we’re getting ready for this week’s parent-teacher
conferences followed by a week off for winter break. Thanks to all of the
volunteers for the hours they put into setting up, judging, and helping students
understand scientific research. A special thanks to Stephanie Obradovich for her
organizational skills and dedication to our students. We have twelve fifth-grade
students who will participate in the district science fair on February 25th, and
winners will advance to the Salt Lake Valley competition. Please let us know if you
can help judge projects at the district fair that day.
We’re trying to get an early count of next year’s Kindergarten students, so parents
of entering K students should complete at least the first page—front and back—
of the registration packet and return to the school by this Friday. The rest of the
packet can be returned in June or August. Packets will not be accepted as completed
until all of the child’s immunizations have been administered. Community Ed
Kindergarten registration information as well as Trailside K registration packets are
available in the Trailside office. Dual Immersion applications—online—are also
due by Friday for next year’s first grade class.
We had two very close calls on the road last week, with two children narrowly
escaping being hit by cars. Parents—please follow these guidelines to ensure the
safety of all of our students:
1. If you park across the street at Basin Rec, you must get out of the car and
walk across to the school for drop off and/or pick-up of your child. One of
the near accidents occurred when a child darted from behind a snowdrift
unaccompanied and ran across to the school.
2. Do not cross the road at the east end of the Basin Rec parking lot. There is
no crosswalk, and the morning sun blinds drivers as they come around the
bend of the road. Instead, walk down to the cross walk and bring your child
through the front door of the school.
3. Trailside Drive is a two-lane road. When you make it into 3 lanes, you
endanger students in the crosswalks and create a road barrier for our buses.
Thanks in advance for your cooperation. Have a wonderful remainder of the month!
Dr. Kathy Einhorn
Principal, Trailside Elementary
email@example.com / 435-645-5680
Park City School District will be a district of choice that provides an innovative and
excellent education to all students that fosters achievement and success.
Desde el escritorio de Dra. Einhorn
Trailside Elementary Honored by the French Government for Outstanding Dual Immersion