Union County Public Schools would like to send best wishes for a wonderful holiday to season to all employees and students.
Schools on the Traditional Calendar will be closed Dec. 18 -Jan. 1 (Classes resume Jan. 2)
Schools on the Year-Round Calendar will be closed for Intersession/Winter Break Dec. 18-Jan. 5 (Classes resume Jan. 8)
Union County Early College will be closed Dec. 18-Jan. 4 (Classes resume Jan. 4)
Central Services will be closed Dec. 25-27 and Jan. 1
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How to Obtain an Official Copy of Your Transcript
Union County Public Schools offers a secure and convenient online way to request and receive a student's transcript. We do not accept faxes, e-mails or phone requests. To request a transcript electronically click, Online Student Records and Payment System. Upon completing the online request form, you will receive a confirmation e-mail when your request has been received. Once your request has been processed and mailed your payment will be processed and you will receive an e-mail confirmation and receipt. https://www.ucps.k12.nc.us/Page/2968
UCPS, Unite Union and Huntington Learning Center - Weddington recently created the Take Home Library Project, an initiative that will provide every student in a UCPS Title I elementary school with three books to start their own at-home library. The initiative kicked off on Dec. 13 at Marshville Elementary, where students received books that were donated through book drives at New Town Elementary and Cuthbertson Middle.
Western Union and Shiloh elementary schools recently raised $1,465 for Unidos por Puerto Rico. To help Western Union Elementary dual language students make a connection to their fundraising efforts, UCPS staff member Virginia Gutierrez's mother and aunt talked to the students about their experiences in Puerto Rico before, during and after Hurricane Maria.
During the week of Dec. 4, Union County Public Schools celebrated Computer Science Education Week, the annual nationwide celebration that highlights the importance of computer science in education systems. Wesley Chapel Elementary parent David Newell volunteered to spend the week at the elementary school teaching computer science to students in every grade level.
On Dec. 7, the NC Department of Public Instruction named Unionville Elementary a North Carolina Model Global-Ready School, making the school a leader in its focus on global education. Unionville Elementary is the second school in North Carolina, and the first in Union County, to receive this distinction.