Welcome to Trailside Elementary School.

Trailside 2020-21 Reopening Plan

Register NOW for Trailside's Online Spelling Bee

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This year, the Scripps National Spelling Bee has developed an online testing platform that will allow Trailside to host a virtual school spelling bee.

In place of our traditional in-person spelling bee, we will hold four levels of competition through online spelling tests, one for each grade, 2nd through 5th.

The *FIRST STEP* to participate is for you to *REGISTER* your child(ren) for the Scripps National Spelling Bee’s online platform at online-test.spellingbee.com. Click for detailed instructions for the online platform. You can also watch this video tutorial that will walk you through the registration process.

Once registered, your student(s) will be assigned to the appropriate grade-level test. These tests can be taken on any device with a web browser, including desktop computers, laptops, tablets and smart phones. The tests will be available to Trailside students beginning 11/30/20 through 12/11/20. Students may complete the test any time during these dates. Winners will be announced the week of 12/14 and the students from each grade (2nd-5th) with the highest scores will win PRIZES!

Please contact Julie Sommers juliesommers@gmail.com with any questions.

Trailside Dress Code

Dress Code

  • Clothes must be neat and clean and promote an appropriate, positive image. (Pants and shorts must fit and remain at the waist – no pajama bottoms)
  • No low cut blouses and navels must be covered.
  • Shirts and coats may not be grossly oversized.
  • Pants, shorts & skirts must cover undergarments and be fingertip length. (when your arm is at your side, your clothing must be no shorter than the tip of your finger)
  • Shoes must be worn at all times.
  • Hats, sunglasses, and other distracting accessories cannot be worn in school.
  • Sleeveless tops must have a strap at least 2″ in width and not reveal bra straps.
  • Clothing with vulgar, profane, or sexual innuendo messages will be taken from the student.
  • Clothing with alcohol, tobacco, or drug messages cannot be worn.
  • This dress code is consistent with the expectations of the middle schools.

The dress code will be enforced to promote the health and safety of our students and uphold the common decency standards of our community. We are a school of high standards and our expectations for dress follow our educational philosophy.

If you dress inappropriately we will contact a parent or guardian to either take you home or bring appropriate clothing to school.

Bell Photo Make-Up School Picture Day - Wednesday, December 2nd

School Pictures

Did you miss the TSES School Picture Day? No worries, make-up picture day at Trailside Elementary is scheduled for Wednesday, December 2nd.

PCSD 2020-21 Online Registration/PCSD 2020-21 Inscripción en Línea

Please click the links below for all new student registration for the 2020-2021 school year.

PCSD Online School Registration

 

PCSD 2020-21 Inscripción en Línea

Please contact Jossi Hurtado at 435-645-5600 ext 1421 or email jhurtado@pcschools.us for more information.

COVID-19 Resources

The district is posting frequent updates on COVID-19 on its homepage at pcschools.us, along with important resources from the Utah Department of Health and Summit County Health Department.

A Special Message from the PCSD Nurses

Dear Parents and Guardians,

We know this time must be confusing for your children. The nurses wanted to share a little sunshine and cute book to explain a little more about what is happening in our community. Please click below to view a special video for students.

Coronavirus – A Book For Children

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.

Adoption of School Fees for 2020-21

Please click the link below to view the 2020-21 School Fees Policy.

PCSD School Adopted Fee Schedule and Forms

TSES News and Information

Parking Lot Procedures for Pick Up and Drop Off

Dear Families,

Please review the following document about important safety information. All the information is critical, and I would like you to pay close attention to keeping everyone safe in the morning and afternoon, especially the use of crosswalks.

Safety Information English

Safety Information Spanish

Thank you,

Principal Synan

Trailside Elementary School

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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