Office Hours: School days from 8:15 a.m. to 4:15 p.m.
To ensure a meeting with our busy counselors, we encourage parents to call the counseling office or email their counselor to schedule an appointment. Every effort is made to accommodate walk-ins, but counselors are not always immediately available.
Nora Buchanan, Counselor – Habla español
7 Silver, 7 Blue
435-645-5611 or 435-645-5610 Ext. 3022
Kristen Brindza, Counselor
6 Red, 7 White
435-645-5611 or 435-645-5610 Ext. 3023
Ashley Halper, Administrative Assistant
435-645-5611 or 435-645-5610 Ext. 3020
Student Green Sheet – EHMS Kindess Report – Please download and print the sheet and then fill out the form and drop it off in the counseling office.
Below are several services provided by our office.
– Group Work
– At-Risk Intervention
– College and Career Readiness (CCR)
– Vocational Workshops
– Career and Computer Programs
– Parent Conferences
– Academic Review
– Classroom Presentations
– Peer Mediation
– Prevention Education
– CCA (College and Career Awareness)
– Internet Safety
– Bullying Prevention
– Response To Intervention Team (RTI)
– Staff Meetings
– Parent Education Classes
– 504 Plans
– Professional Learning Communities (PLC)
– Team Meetings
Private Tutor List
District-approved private tutors are available to assist students with their studies. Please check with individual tutors for schedules, subjects, and fees. This list is available in the front office, the counseling office, and at the district office.
Other Tutoring Options
Park City has some local tutoring businesses available to Park City students. Please note that these programs are not actively endorsed by the Park City School District, and are listed here for informational purposes only. Flyers may be available in the Counseling office, but please contact the businesses directly for more specific information.
A CCR (College Career Readiness) meeting is an opportunity for students and parents to meet with a school counselor to discuss academic pathways and school success.
Research demonstrates that students do better when parents are involved in their education. The CCR process invites parents into the school to plan and monitor their child’s progress toward achieving his or her educational goals. The topics discussed include: