Thanks to PCEF Donors, Afterschool Programs Are Available in Grades K - 9.

The Park City School District Afterschool Program gives local families and children a safe, affordable, and supportive option after the school day ends. The Program goal is to provide the highest quality of after school academic support and enrichment to all students in Park City.

The Program has three focus areas: Academic Focus (with a specific emphasis in hands-on science and literacy), Growth Mindset, and Community Engagement.

Research demonstrates that quality programs have an enormous positive effect on students’ lives by boosting academic performance, reducing the likelihood of juvenile crime or school drop-out, and improving students’ social interactions. Moreover, providing secure and engaging environments for students during high-risk times (after the final school bell and before parents get home from work) is crucial to keeping them on track and out of trouble.

Over 450 students particpate in the Afterschool Programs every day.

Elementary Schools

The After School Program is offered at all four elementary schools in the Park City School District for kindergarten through 5th grade: McPolin Elementary, Jeremy Ranch Elementary, Parley’s Park Elementary, and Trailside Elementary.

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 The Elementary Program is focused on:

 STEM and Literacy. Students read for 30 minutes every day, then alternate between art and science projects during   enrichment time.

 Homework Help. Students work on homework for 45-90 minutes each day with individual support provided by teachers   and volunteer tutors.

 Physical Education and Exercise. All students are outside for recess 30 minutes each day.

 Field Trips. A favorite among the students are field trips around Park City and Salt Lake. The students love to get out   and explore.

 The Elementary After School Program is offered Monday-Thursday: 3-6:00 pm and Fridays: 12:30-6:00 pm. All students   are provided a snack, transportation (if students ride the bus), and homework help. Financial assistance is available to   those who qualify.



Middle School and Junior High

The Programs at Ecker Hill Middle School and Treasure Mountain Junior High offer students drop-in activities and homework help after the school day concludes. Programs are FREE for students.

Ecker Hill Middle School

EHMS ASP FY19 The EHMS Program offers free Afterschool Programs for 6th and 7th grade students, ranging from yoga, chess and theater to gym time and homework club. There are a variety of programs   designed to meet the wide range of interests of middle school students. The programs are   offered from 3:45-5:00 pm. An activity bus home is available for students who ride the bus.

  Drop-Ins are always welcome





Treasure Mountain Junior High School

djclub TPR 122717 620x465 The Treasure Mountain Junior High School After Program or Mustang After School Academy   (MASA) offer activities and clubs each week after school from 2:45 pm to 3:45 pm. Activities and   clubs include: homework help, improv, DJ club, RC Club, open gym, art and more, Students are   welcome to join at any time and all activities are free for current students. The activity bus is   available at 4:00 pm for students who ride the bus to school.







Community Partnerships

Community partners assist in by providing crucial financial support and meaningful and enriching activities for PCSD students participating in the After School Programs.

  • Park City Community Foundation
  • United Way
  • Big Brothers Big Sisters
  • Basin Recreation
  • Park City Ninjas
  • EATS Park City
  • Summit Land Conservancy
  • Youth Sports Alliance
  • Latinos in Action

For a complete list of the 2019 -2020 PCEF programs you've funded so far, please click here.






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