PCEF Providing Direct Support to Our Schools' Most Vulnerable Families
The financial repercussions of COVID-19 are still present. Park City school staff reports that approximately 300 families, or 600 kids, are still in crisis. This includes families of school personnel.

Thanks to a Summit County CARES grant distributed by the Park City Community Foundation and support from donors like you, Park City Education Foundation is poised to distribute an additional $80,000 in basic needs assistance to families of our students and staff who have suffered crushing economic impacts of the coronavirus pandemic. 
PCHS Sophomore Ava Kimche Kicks Off Our Student Voice Series
Ava Kimche
PCEF interviewed dozens of students this past fall, listening to kids as they reflected on school and life during a pandemic. What we learned opened the door for a student voices series that speaks to PCEF's mission of inspiring Park City students to reach their academic and lifelong potential.

This month, PCHS sophomore Ava Kimche and others talk about resilience, overcoming adversity and New Year's resolutions.
Running With Ed...It's HAPPENING!
(Safely, of course)

Mark your calendars for May 22nd...and stay tuned:)
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Thank you for your support in 2019-2020!
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Be sure to check out the PCEF website for information, resources, and stories about the students and teachers you inspire and the programs you provide.

Your support funds eight key programs that teachers and students love: Preschool, Elementary Visual Arts, Afterschool, STEM, PCCAPS, Bright Futures, and Classroom and Emergency Express Grants, and the Student/Teacher Idea Lab

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