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Bittersweet failure of bond

KPCW, Nov. 6, 2019--Bittersweet failure of South Summit School District Bond...

Voters say no to bond

Voters say no to bond

Park Record, November 6, 2019 Voters say no to South Summit School District bond measure...

Football players suspended for vaping

KPCW, October 24, 2019: Football players suspended for vaping...

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Jodi Jones

Jodi Jones

4 days ago

SSHS parents: Students are safe. Power is out. Phones are not working. Internet is down. Students may check out of school with parent permission.

Jodi Jones

Jodi Jones

4 days ago

SSES and SSMS parents: Kids are safe. Power is out. Phones are not working. Internet is down. Please do not come to the school yet. For now we are holding classes as normal as possible. We are loving the opportunity of thinking outside the box. Dismissal time will remain as usual.

Jodi Jones

Jodi Jones

about 1 month ago

Help save lives at the American Red Cross Blood Drive, Wed. Oct. 2 in the small gym at South Summit High School, 10am - 4pm. Save time by making an appointment at redcrossblood.org or email ar@ssummit.org. Students 16 and older can donate with parental permission.

Jodi Jones

Jodi Jones

2 months ago

Youth Cheer Day Camp Saturday, October 5th 9-noon Grades K-8th For more info and registration link online @ https://forms.gle/qrH8tUevVaGjwuGr8 view image

Jodi Jones

Jodi Jones

3 months ago

Parents, Summit County Sheriff's Office asked all schools in Kamas to go into "Shelter in Place" this afternoon for a short amount of time, which means that normal activity within the school resumes, but nobody is allowed in or out of the schools.  No students or staff were in danger and by keeping the doors locked and not allowing entrance from from the outside we continued to keep them safe.  The shelter in place was removed today at 2:25 p.m. and bus transportation resumed their regularly scheduled routes.  Elementary students may be slightly delayed because of the delay leaving the school with secondary students. We appreciate the partnership with our local law enforcement.  Please contact the School District Office if you have any questions or concerns.  (435) 783-4301. Dr. Shad E. Sorenson

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