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Special Needs Advisory Council and EC department Parent Education Night
Parents are welcome to attend an informational session that will be held October 13 from 6:30 - 8:30 p.m. at Central Academy of Technology and Arts. Please click the following links for information:
Parent Education Night Flyer (English)
Parent Education Night Flyer (Spanish)
UCPS launches new community newsletter
Union County Public Schools (UCPS) announced the launch of UCPS Snapshots, an e-newsletter that will provide community members with timely information about district programs and the great work that staff and students are doing in the school district’s 53 schools.
Subscribers will also learn about literacy initiatives, resources for college and career readiness, the district’s new strategic plan as well as ways community members can volunteer and get involved in our schools.
To sign up, click here or text UCPSNEWS to 22828.
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
This school year, several classes at Parkwood Middle and High schools are piloting a web-based curriculum program that teaches mobile app development. History teacher Vinson Covington said his goal is for students to learn how to create an app so they'll enter college having background knowledge of computer programming.
As UCPS schools across the county explore ways to encourage student attendance during Attendance Awareness Month, Forest Hills High is ramping up its own year-long student attendance campaign. The high school recently set a goal of raising its average attendance rate from 92 to 95 percent.
When Franco McGee heard about the opportunity to work at his local elementary school as a math tutor, he instantly knew that it was perfect for him. So he made the decision to sign up as a math tutor at Benton Heights Elementary because he wanted to be a positive male role model for students in his community.
East Union Middle's new agriculture program teaches students about the fundamentals of agriculture as well as environmental and natural resources. The program will provide students with the foundation they need if they choose to participate in the popular agriculture program at Forest Hills High.