Announcements

  • Xcel 2 Fitness uses the fundamentals of fitness to develop the character boys need to chase their dreams.  Practices will be on Tuesday and Thursday starting on October 4th.  The fall session last 6 weeks (12 practices) and end with a super awesome obstacle course on Saturday, November 12th.  Registration starts next Monday, September 19th and ends October 3rd.  Sign your boys up ASAP because we have a limited number of spots.  Once our team is full we will not be able to accept any more boys.  If you have any questions please feel free to email Mrs. Mintz at sarah.mintz@ucps.k12.nc.us.  Also, there are scholarships available to help with the cost of the program.  Please let me know if you need assistance with receiving a scholarship for your son.

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  • Since his first day on the job, Dr. Andrew Houlihan has made engagement a priority. To date, Superintendent Houlihan has visited more than 30 schools and met with UCPS and county leaders. As part of his 90-day entry plan, Dr. Houlihan is launching a Listening and Learning Tour. Beginning Sept. 21 - Nov. 16, the Superintendent will hold a series of meetings throughout Union County to meet with employees and community members.

    Complete Schedule of Tour

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  • On Nov. 8 residents can vote on $54 million in school bonds. RU registered?

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  • Car Rider Information:  If you are planning to drive your child to school the first day and/or for the remainder of the school year, please be aware that there is a right turn only out of our driveway between 7:00 AM and 8:00 AM and 1:30 PM and 2:30 PM; no left turns and no going straight across into the Bonterra neighborhood. If you ultimately need to go back in the other direction on Poplin Rd., please use the roundabout at the intersection of Poplin and Rocky River Roads.  
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  • http://www.ucps.k12.nc.us/Page/2

    There will be early release days during the 2016-2017 School Year.  Here is a link with information containing dates and times for each UCPS school.  

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Featured Stories

  • Teaching Peace and Random Acts of Kindness

    First graders and Kindergarten students learned about International Peace Day on Wednesday, September 21, 2016. Anne Marie Bretz and Michelle Ruby also challenged their first grade students to participate in The Great Kindness Challenge.

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  • Attendance is a priority for Poplin

    Student attendance is important because when a student is absent they lose valuable instructional time. One of the goals for UCPS this school year is to improve student attendance across the district. Last school year 2% of the Poplin school population was chronically late or absent from school.

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  • The One and Only Ivan

    This school year Poplin Elementary has participated in a whole school one book, one school program using two books: Ivan: The Remarkable True Story of the Shopping Mall Gorilla and The One and Only Ivan both by author Katherine Applegate.

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