Sam Fiveash, an 11th grader at Park City High School (PCHS), loves to swim. Thanks to campaigns like Give $180, PCEF is able to fund an adaptive PE program at both PCHS and Treasure Mountain Junior High (TMJH.)
“This program has become a bright spot for Sam at school and for my husband and me. Knowing he has something to look forward to, really makes a difference in his school experience.”
Beat the Call (BTC) started Monday, September 24th and ends on October 5th.
Make your gift before October 5th and you're off the hook for Phone-a-Thon! If you have already given your gift to PCEF, you've Beat the Call.
Help your school win a UPS Stores $2,500 challenge grant through PCEF and a dance party for your school! The school with the highest participation percentage will win the school dance party hosted by Jaybird.
Second place winner will be awarded a $1000 PCEF Grant, third place will be awarded $750, and fourth place will be awarded $500 for their PTO/PTA.
BTC is all about participation and any donation amount given after July 1st through October 5th counts!
If you've already given to PCEF at school registration or at the Red Apple Gala, thank you!
The Lemons Family
“Park City had so much to offer including sports and activities, a friendly and welcoming community, beautiful scenery, and of course, great schools!”
The Lemons Family moved to Park City from Southern California five years ago. Like so many, they had been coming on ski vacations for years but, “After spending a couple summer vacations here, we started to appreciate what a special place this is,” says Tiffany Lemons.
There are still some tickets available to great parties hosted by awesome hosts throughout the year. Click
here to book your spot!
Jaclyn Knapp, New PCSD Special Education Director
"I’ve never not been in education. I started working with children who have autism as a paraprofessional in high school and then continued into my college degree. I began my formal career in education working as a school psychologist in Davis County
"I spent time working as a consultant and parent advocate for private and charter schools as well as teaching and researching educational outcomes at Weber State."