- Academic Support
- Social-Emotional Support
- Extended Day
- Bus Transportation
- School Lunch
- Health Services
Academic support counselors help students by providing the following, as needed:
- Individualized educational support
- Assistance with organizational and time-management skills
- Access to educational psychologists
- Recommendations for, and implementation of, student academic accommodations
- Resources for outside tutoring and standardized test preparation
- Supplemental reading, writing, and math assessments and support
- ERB testing for fourth and fifth grades
Full-time social-emotional support counselors are available to students and families on both campuses to assist with family, peer, and personal issues as they affect a child’s school life. In addition to collaborating with grade-level teams to identify issues and develop support plans for students, counselors provide:
- Emotional support for students and/or families in the form of individual meetings and/or support groups
- Resources for parents and students seeking emotional and mental health services outside the school realm
- Services and support for the entire school community in times of crises
- Maturation support
- Second Step curriculum instruction, which teaches skills for social and academic success (beginning and lower schools)
- Developmentally appropriate alcohol, drug, and sexual health education (middle and upper schools)
The Extended Day programs in the Beginning School, Lower School, and Middle School offer flexible solutions for your before and after school childcare needs.
Extended Day is designed to be consistent with the philosophy of the school, and provide social and recreational activities that help children grow in an informal and nurturing atmosphere. The program fosters self-worth by offering individual and group activities, nutritious snacks, enrichment classes, and a fun atmosphere.
Beginning School Extended Day
The Beginning School morning and afternoon Extended Care programs are currently full. Please contact to Rebecca Jones, Beginning School Administrative Assistant, to inquire about getting your child on our Extended Care waiting list.
Lower School Extended Day
Lower School AM Extended Day
The Lower School morning program is for all students who arrive on the McCarthey Campus after 7:30 am. Both Lower School and Beginning School AM care will take place in the Beginning School. The AM Extended Day program runs from 7:30 to 8:15 am and costs $14 per morning. There will be no charge between 8 and 8:15 am. Please create an account and register. Please email Rebecca Jones if you have any questions.
Lower School PM Extended Day
The afternoon program provides enriching and fun experiences from 3:15 to 6 pm after each school day. Immediately after school, students check in at the dining hall computer and receive a pre-packaged snack. They can choose from a wide variety of in-person private music lessons and weekly enrichment classes. Students can also attend our regular Extended Day program where they can participate in games, crafts, and activities with their peers. Registration for these classes/lessons and the full fall catalogue of after-school offerings is available in the parent portal.
Families will be charged an hourly rate (prorated per minute) for the afternoon program, the rate is currently TBD. We do charge a bit more for drop in attendees than we do those who pre-register with us. Families arriving after 6 pm will be charged an additional late fee of $1 per minute.
Registration for the 2021–2022 Extended Day programming is open. Please create your Extended Day account if you did not last school year.
Middle School Extended Day
The Middle School commons is open at 8 am for all Middle School students, free of charge.
MS PM Extended Day runs daily from 3:45 to 6 pm at a cost of $9 per hour, prorated per minute. Families are billed via the school’s monthly billing system. Registration is on a drop-in, as-needed basis. All middle schoolers on campus after 3:45 pm are required to sign into Extended Day unless they are with an athletic team, meeting with a teacher, or taking an Extended Day enrichment class or private music lesson. Upon arrival at Extended Day, students choose their activity. Options may include supervised quiet study or homework help in a designated classroom, collaborative homework or studying in the commons, or free-choice recreation activity out on the back field.
Special Day Extended Care
Special Days of care for grades 1–8 will resume this school year. Special Day activities and care are offered on days that school is not in session, such as parent-teacher conference days and some faculty/staff in-service days. Programs are designed to be consistent with the philosophy of the school, and provide social and recreational activities that help children grow in an informal and nurturing atmosphere. Please stay tuned for updates about these days of care as the school year gets underway.
Questions? Please call the Auxiliary Program office at 801-924-2971.
Rowland Hall offers transportation services to students in the Lower School, Middle School, and Upper School (grades 1–12). Families may choose between several options: round-trip, one-way (morning or afternoon), or a split-ride option (five rides per week, morning or afternoon).
Daily bus service is available along three routes: Park City, Salt Lake North, and Salt Lake South. Areas serviced by our buses include Park City, Snyderville, Woods Cross, the Avenues, Millcreek, Cottonwood Heights, and Sandy. Door-to-door service is not available.
The map below shows all of Rowland Hall's bus stops. Click on the pins to see the stop locations, pick up & drop of times, current weather, and traffic conditions.
Rowland Hall charges a fee for transportation services. Families may choose to pay in full or split the cost between the beginning and middle of the school year. Costs for transportation will be available when registration opens on August 2.
Park City Late Bus
An evening shuttle is available for Park City students who may need to stay after school for sports or other after-school activities. This service is available to registered and unregistered Park City students. The shuttle departs the McCarthey Campus from the South Parking lot at 5:30 pm and the Lincoln Campus from the bus zone on 800 south at 5:45 pm. It arrives at the Quarry Village (Jeremy Ranch) stop at approximately 6:15 pm. The shuttle runs Monday through Thursday.
In an effort to plan for the number of daily riders, please fill out this form when you are planning to have your child(ren) ride the late bus to Park City. Please fill out a separate form for each of student.
Families will be invoiced monthly for Late Bus usage. Fees, per ride, are as follows:
|Registered Bus Riders, per ride||Unregistered Bus Riders, per ride|
|11, or more, rides/month||$5||$10|
Depending on bus capacity, single rides may be available to unregistered bus riders at a cost of $20 per ride. Families must contact Alec Baden at least 24 hours in advance to request a single ride for their student.
Free shuttles run between our McCarthey Campus and Lincoln Street Campus both before and after school. Our shuttle schedule is listed below. Please note that the morning shuttle only runs from the Lincoln Street Campus to the McCarthey Campus. If your child uses these services, please make sure they are on the bus on time as we are on a tight schedule, and the bus will need to depart promptly.
Lincoln Street Campus to McCarthey Campus
Departs at 8:10 am (occasionally sooner) from in front of the Middle School
Lincoln Street Campus to McCarthey Campus
Departs promptly at 3:30 pm from in front of the Middle School
McCarthey Campus to Lincoln Street Campus
Departs promptly at 3:25 pm from the Steiner lot
Bus Rules and Safety
Rowland Hall bus rules are in place to ensure the safety of our students and drivers. Review the rules.
Unlike many school buses, all Rowland Hall buses have been retrofitted with seat belts to ensure the safety of our students. Buses used for kindergarten field trips have four-point harnesses.
Maintenance is performed regularly on the buses, and the Utah Highway Patrol performs bi-annual inspections to ensure proper maintenance and compliance.
Rowland Hall is a member of the Utah Safety Council.
To ensure a safer air quality around our students our buses support the school’s “No Idling” pledge, which states that if you are stopped for longer than 10 seconds at the school or bus stops that you turn off your engine. Parents, while at the bus stops, are also asked to follow the school’s pledge.
All drivers are screened and have class B or class A commercial drivers' licenses. Drivers undergo background checks and are trained in CPR and First Aid. Random drug and alcohol screenings are performed throughout the year.
COVID-19 Bus Safety Measures
In accordance with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention order concerning facemasks on conveyances, all students and drivers will be required to wear a mask, regardless of vaccination status, and/or the division's face mask policy, while riding on the buses.
In addition to masking, the following safety precautions will be in place during the school year: windows opened slightly for increased ventilation, hand sanitizer dispensers on all buses, and frequent cleaning of the buses.
Rowland Hall partners with Sage Dining Services to provide a variety of healthy and delicious lunch choices for first through twelfth grades. Daily features include freshly prepared soups and entrees, along with sandwiches, a build-your-own specialty salad bar, and freshly made dressings. House-roasted and hand-sliced deli meats, a variety of locally baked breads, a minimum of two fresh vegetables and fresh-cut fruit are also served daily. Middle School and Upper School students also have a variety of a la carte and snack items to choose from in our Lincoln Street Campus cafeteria.
Our sustainability initiatives are integral to our lunch program and are woven throughout our practices. Sage Dining Services shares our commitment to sustainable practices and they work closely with us when choosing local vendors, selecting products and designing the dining program. Food scraps are collected daily from both of our kitchens and the McCarthey Campus cafeteria and added to our on-site composting Earth Tub. The compost produced is used in our science garden at the Lower School.
Food Services Pricing
- Participation in our cafeteria program is optional and involves an additional daily fee of $6.15 for Lower School students at the McCarthey Campus.
- Lower School students who bring lunch from home can also purchase milk separately for $1.
- Meals at the Lincoln Street Campus cafeteria for Middle School and Upper School students are priced a la carte.
- Both cafeterias are cashless and students use their unique PIN to purchase their food. Parents are billed monthly for their food purchases.
- School lunch is not available for Beginning School students.
Comments and suggestions are always welcome. Please contact Food Service Director Julia Simonsen at email@example.com or 801-924-5934.
For more information about our lunch program and daily menu, visit Rowland Hall's page on the Sage website.