Educators - in light of recent alarming incidents in our schools, we want you to know that PCEF unequivocally condemns hate speech. We denounce any form of expression with the intent to vilify, humiliate, or incite hatred against a group or a class of persons on the basis of race, religion, skin color, sexual identity, gender identity, ethnicity, disability, or national origin.*

We support teachers on their journey to help every student reach their potential. Our Classroom Grant application is open, and are due April 1st. Grant applications that support diversity, equity, and inclusion goals and align with PCSD policies are most welcome, and we look forward to supporting you in these efforts.
*American Library definition of hate speech
Classroom Grants
✍🏽 Due April 1 ✍🏽
The #1 Influence on Student Success:
The Classroom Teacher!

The Park City Education Foundation awards more than $1,500,000 each year in grants - which impact every student in our district.

Classroom Grants must support one or all of these areas: 
  • Academic success
  • The whole child
  • Innovation

PCEF granting opportunities are open to Park City School District faculty, administration, and staff only. Guidelines and other information can be found below!
Classroom Grant
Q & A Session
PCEF is hosting a *VIRTUAL* Q&A Session for Classroom Grants.

Join us March 1 from 4:00 - 5:00 pm.

Think of this as our office hours - an opportunity to ask questions and learn more about the application and review process. 

Click below to register.
Express Grant funding is still available for immediate needs!

Express Grants
  • PCSD teachers & administrators may apply
  • Maximum amount = $1,000
  • Reviewed as quickly as possible to expedite funds
PCSD Educators Run FREE
in Running with Ed!
We are thrilled to announce Intermountain Park City Hospital will cover RWE 2022 registration for ALL PCSD employees!

Stay tuned for more information about this great opportunity to participate in PCEF's Running with Ed on May 21st.

Registration opens March 1st!
Emergency Funding Available For PCSD Employees
Jewish Family Service (JFS) is offering relief for PCSD employees.

If you need support with rent, mortgage payment, utilities, medical bills, or basic needs, please reach out to JFS!

  • Call 801-746-4334
  • Ask for Tanya
  • Identify yourself as a PCSD employee

🏆 Park City Student Service Award 🏆
2021 PCSSA winner Drew Neff donates his winnings to PCEF
If you know students who have made a difference through volunteering, we invite you to tell them about The Park City Student Service Award!

It recognizes:
  • 6th - 8th-grade students with more than 30 hours of service
  • 9th-12th graders with a minimum of 50 hours of service
  • (Hours completed between 04/15/21 through 04/15/22)

Park City High School seniors who meet the criteria and have completed more than 200 hours of community service over the past four years will earn a service cord for graduation, and the top senior honoree will receive 1,000 dollars to donate to the non-profit organization of their choice!

The award was created by Park City High School graduate Katie McGuire, Class of 2021, in partnership with the Park City School District, the Park City Education Foundation, and The McGuire Family Foundation.

Activate the QR code below for the PCSSA 2022 application. The deadline is April 15.
Want to Know More About PCEF?

Be sure to check out the PCEF website for information, resources, programs, and inspiring stories about the students and educators.

Keep up with the latest PCEF news on social media too!
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