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Counseling Connection

Counseling Connection Newsletter – Beginning this month, Park City High counselors, along with counselors throughout the school district, invite parents/guardians, educators, and community members to review the new “Counselor Connection: Parenting Tips for Today.” Issue 2 focuses on Digital Citizenship.

November 2019 Issue 2 – English

November 2019 Issue 2 – Spanish

November 2019 Issue 1 – English

November 2019 Issue 1 – Spanish

'Tis the Season... for Germs!

Wash Hands

As the incidents of colds and flu-like illnesses increase during the winter months, our school nurse wanted to share a few tips to reduce your risk.

Keep yourself safe by:

  1. WASHING YOUR HANDS!!!
  2. DO NOT touch your face!
  3. Cough into your elbow and teach students to do the same.
  4. DO NOT sneeze into your hands, use a tissue of possible and wash your hands after.

How to Wash Your Hands

Cover Your Mouth

Summit County Behavioral Health - Parenting Classes

Parenting Classes Clase-Para

2019 Geography Bee - Next Event Friday, December 13th

Geo Bee Logo

Calling all Geographers! You are invited to participate in the Trailside Elementary School Geography Bee! This competition is open to all 4th and 5th grade students.

The Preliminary Geography Bee Qualifying Test is on Friday, November 15th, 8:30-9:00 in the cafeteria. Please bring your laptop! 

The 24 highest scoring students from the qualifying test, will advance to the School Championship to be held Friday December 13 (parents invited). There will be a first, second and third place awarded. The student who wins 1st place will have an opportunity to try for the state geography bee.

  • You have more than five weeks to study, but don’t delay! All studying for the qualifying test can be done by going to Google search– type in Find Google Classroom-click on the plus sign- click on- Join a classroom-look for Geography Park City Elementary Schools, click
  • Code to join the classroom is “huuhbi.” Your name will automatically be put on the classroom list. Use the Geography Study corner to study every day for at least 20 minutes. Always take the National Geographic Geo quiz each day. If you have a phone you can download the app. 

Other schools are using this classroom to study for the geography bee also, so you might see other PACE Teachers listed. The dates for Trailside’s National Geography Bee and preliminary testing are under my name. Get in study groups, get your family involved, have fun, study hard, and good luck! You can do this! 

If you have any questions, please ask Mrs. Johnston, TSES PACE Teacher.

2019-2020 New Student Registration

Please click on the links below if you have a new student registering for the 2019-2020 school year at Trailside Elementary School.


New Student Registration English

New Student Registration Spanish

2019-2020 Returning Student Registration

Please click on the links below if you have a returning student registering for the 2019-2020 school year at Trailside Elementary School.


Returning Student Registration English

Returning Student Registration Spanish

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.

School Fees Notice - Policy for Charging Fees at Elementary Schools

K-6 School Fees Notice

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K-6 School Fee Waiver Application

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Spanish

TSES News and Information

Parking Lot Procedures for Pick Up and Drop Off

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 buses 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.

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. Donate Here 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 STEM Fridays Professional Development for Teachers Materials and Curriculum for Teachers PCSD Afterschool Program PCSD Preschool Program Read Across America Day District Science Fairs Donate Here

Principal Carolyn Synan 5700 Trailside Dr Park City, UT 84098 Phone: 435-645-5680 Fax: 435-645-5689 School Hours MTWTh 8:15 am – 3:05 pm F 8:15 am – 12:30 pm Office Hours 7:30 am – 4:00 pm

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