The Park City Board of Education took a step forward in readying itself for the educational demands of the future on Tuesday, offering guidance about what it would like to see from the next generation of facilities and laying the groundwork for significantly restructuring how and where students are educated.

The board voted unanimously to support realigning which grades are at what schools and directed staff to enter into negotiations with a “bond architect” to take stock of the district’s facilities inventory and all the planning work done to date in order to put a price tag on the sorts of changes that the board sees as necessary moving forward.

It puts the district on a path to have the cost component of a facilities

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