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May 25 marked the last day of the year-round school year for UCPS students! Check out the photo gallery to see how our students, teachers and staff celebrated the end of another great school year.
Following the success of last year’s inaugural Academic Signing Week event, UCPS celebrated the academic achievements of its high school seniors again this year by hosting Academic Signing Days on May 21 and 22. The UCPS Academic Signing Days recognize seniors who have plans to attend community college, trade and vocational school, and two and four-year colleges as well as students who have enlisted in the military, have internships or are prospective public service employees.
Six years ago, Marvin Elementary parents Jennifer and Joe Pollino enrolled their daughter Taylor in UCPS' first Mandarin immersion program. Taylor is now a fifth grader who is not only proficient in Mandarin but has also grown to have a love of culture and languages. Next year, she, along with her tight-knit group of Mandarin immersion peers, will be the first students to participate in the school district’s Mandarin immersion program at Marvin Ridge Middle.
In the fall of 2012, a group of kindergartners made history as they walked into the Spanish immersion classes at Shiloh and Sun Valley elementary schools. Those kindergartners are now fifth graders who are preparing to make history again as the first students to participate in the district’s Spanish immersion program at Sun Valley Middle.