Parent Guide

Welcome to the Soaring Wings community!

Soaring Wings has grown from only two students when Duna opened the doors of her home in 1987 to over 100 students today from infants up through middle school. As we’ve grown we have worked to maintain the close-knit atmosphere, not only of the classes but of the school as a whole. We welcome you to this community and look forward to getting to know you better.

Some of the best work we do as a school depends upon parental contributions, from coming along on field trips to putting on events such as the Park City Children’s Fair. We have all gained lasting friendships and wonderful memories through the school and are happy to be able to include you and your family. Please be sure to read the school newsletters that are posted online monthly so you won’t miss a thing!

Staying informed and being thoroughly acquainted with the daily ins and outs of learning at Soaring Wings is integral to your peace of mind and helps your student’s school year go much smoother. At the bottom of this page is a downloadable PDF document that contains everything you need to know about:

  • Getting started at Soaring Wings
  • Admissions process
  • Supplies your child should bring to school
  • Appropriate clothing
  • Drop-off/Pick-up routine
  • What a child may/may not bring to school
  • Lunches
  • Birthdays
  • Illness
  • Discipline, and more

Be sure to download and/or make a copy of this Parent Guide so that you will always have it available when you need it. If you have any questions about our Parent Guide at Soaring Wings, please feel free to contact us.

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Upcoming Events

Happiness Runs

Friday, May 29th, 2015 by Soaring Wings

The teachers had the idea of “Happiness” as our theme for Closing Ceremonies because it’s been an exceptionally happy school year. Children skip happily through the doors each morning, teachers happily prepare new lessons, parents have been especially kind and the community continues to surprise us with its support. Everyone worked hard and learned something…

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