Welcome to Trailside Elementary School
5700 Trailside Dr
Park City, UT 84098
8:15 am - 3:05 pm
8:15 am - 12:30 pm
7:30 am - 4:00 pm
Our School Motto: I lead by doing my best, respecting and caring for others, and by being a responsible member of my learning community. What I do today will make a difference!
Registration Information for New Families
Contact main office for registration information.
Registration process includes providing secretary/registrar with the following REQUIRED documents:
- current immunizations
- vision screening for kindergarten students
- proof of residency is required every year - Proof of Residency
- guardianship papers
- name/address/phone/fax or school last attended
- copy of student's birth certificate
Registration is not complete until the above information is provided to the school
Once all information is received and you are living in the district, your student will be entered into our database/scheduling system
Transferring from Charters: Weilenmann School of Discovery or The Winter Sports School
Per district policy, if you currently live within the district boundary, and your student is currently attending Weilenmann School of Discovery or The Winter Sports School, and you would like them to enroll in Park City School District for the 2014-2015 school year, you must notify the district in writing no later than June 30, 2014 of your intention to enroll your student. After June 30, 2014, you must complete an Open Enrollment form at the district office, and approval will be based on space availability.
Mission and Vision Statement
During the 2014-2015 school year, our faculty worked collaboratively to define the following mission and vision statement:
Our mission is to provide a high-quality, comprehensive, and meaningful education for all students. Each student will be treated as an individual, given the tools to be a lifelong learner, and taught to function as a member of a group and as a productive member of society.
Trailside Elementary School’s vision is to promote collaboration between school and community so that students are empowered to achieve academic excellence and succeed in a globally changing world.
Our faculty will use our professional learning communities to examine our data to help inform our goals for Language Arts, STEM, and positive student supports. We will also work collaboratively with our school Community Council to align our goals.
Parent Teacher Organization
PCSD Education Foundation
Help the Park City Education Foundation meet the needs of our students and teachers! Please consider donating $1 per school day, $180 per student in support of Trailside! If you'd like, you can set up a recurring monthly donation of just $15 a month at www.pcef4kids.org.
When you donate to PCEF, you help fund the following programs at Trailside:
EVA Specialist (Elementary Visual Arts)
PACE Specialist (Program for Academic Challenge and Enrichment)
COWS (Computers on Wheels)
Dual Immersion Materials
Professional Development for Teachers
Materials and Curriculum for Teachers
PCSD Afterschool Program
PCSD Preschool Program
Read Across America Day
District Science Fairs
Wild Aware Utah
Wild Aware Utah has provided the Park City Schools with some information about the conflicts that arise in suburban developments adjacent to wildlife habitats. You may visit their website at WildAwareUtah.org. Wild Aware Utah can be reached at 801.582.1631.
Important update from Health Department
Most of you are aware of the Pertussis Outbreak currently affecting our community. The Summit County Health Department appreciates the efforts of parents, local physicians, and school district employees (especially the school nurses) for their efforts to protect the unvaccinated children in our community and our vulnerable populations, including infants.
The Summit County Health Department tracks all confirmed cases of Pertussis and where the case attends school and/or daycare. The number and distribution of confirmed cases in the Trailside Elementary School has reached the level for the Health Department to enforce the Utah School Vaccine Exemption Rule, and exclude children who have an exemption to a pertussis containing vaccine.
The parents of these children are currently being notified to pick up their child from school. There are two options concerning their child(ren) returning to school:
Stay out of school for 21 days after the last confirmed case of Pertussis is diagnosed.
Complete a course of antibiotics, typically a 5 day course of Z-Pack, and return to school after antibiotics are complete.
Please contact the Summit County Health Department for questions.
Carolyn Rose, RN, MPH
Richard Bullough, PhD
Our goal is to move vehicles through the procedure quickly, but not at the expense of safety. It will take several minutes to get in and out of our parking lot, and it all moves more quickly when everyone follows the procedures.
Please remember that at any time, and especially before and after school, there may be children in the parking lot. Drive slowly and without distractions.
Please use the drop off lane. Children may enter and exit vehicles at the curb where there is a double red lane. Please have them use the passenger side of the car only. There will be no drop-off or pick-up from the driving lane. If you choose to park in the parking lot and walk your children, cross only at the crosswalks. Please model proper behavior for our children.
Due to the presence of busses entering and exiting, we cannot allow students to be dropped-off or picked-up in the bus/faculty parking area.
Thank you for your patience and courtesy in what can easily become a frustrating task.
Ecker Hill Middle School Community Council/ El Consejo Comunitario Escolar de Ecker Hill Middle School
Ecker Hill Middle School Community Council (SCC) is a committee comprised of faculty and parents that impacts the operation of the school in many important ways.
El Consejo Comunitario Escolar de Ecker Hill Middle School (SCC) consiste en un comité compuesto por el profesorado y padres que impactan la operación de la escuela de varias formas importantes.
We evaluate standardized testing results, help formulate the school improvement plan, make decisions regarding LAND Trust funds, and provide oversight in a number of other ways. SCC consists of parents, teachers, and the principal. We meet monthly from 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm. If you're interested in serving our school community, this is a way to have significant impact with a relatively small time commitment. Each year we elect four new parent members to our School Community Council. Each parent elected serves for two years. The elections will be held during August registration. If you are interested in submitting your name for this upcoming election, and you will have a student at EHMS for the next two years, please fill out the section below and attach a short bio (200 words or less) and return to school by June 6th.
El Consejo Comunitario Escolar de Ecker Hill Middle School (SCC) consiste en un comité compuesto por el profesorado y padres que impactan la operación de la escuela de varias formas importantes. Evaluamos los resultados de los exámenes estándar, asistimos en la formulación del plan de mejoramiento de la escuela, tomamos las decisiones referente a a los fondos fiduciarios LAND, y entre otros aportamos con la supervisión en otras áreas. El SCC está compuesto por padres de familia, profesores, y el director. Nos reunimos una vez al mes desde la 1:00 pm hasta las 3:00pm. Si se interesan en prestar sus servicios a nuestra comunidad escolar, a través de esta vía se produce un impacto significativo y compromiso de tiempo mínimo. Cada año elegimos a cuatro padres de familia, para ser miembros del Consejo Comunitario Escolar. Cada padre de familia elegido se compromete a servir por dos años. Las elecciones se realizarán durante las matrículas de Agosto.
Si está interesado a que su nombre sea presentado para las próximas elecciones, y tendrá un estudiante en EHMS por los próximos años, por favor llene la sección de abajo y adjunte una biografía breve (200 palabras o menos) y envíe a la escuela antes del 6 de Junio.
We have an excellent elementary DLI program and we need to build on this into the Middle and High School. We have excellent traditional elementary and secondary programs.
To ensure the best DLI and Traditional 6th Grade Learning Environment in Park City School District that is well designed with specific measures to continually make the program better for upcoming grades.
To effectively communicate to all PCSD Stakeholders (students, teachers, principals, district personnel, parents/ guardians, community)