Announcements

  • UCPS Summer Hours

    Union County Public Schools is operating on a summer schedule. Our offices are open Monday –Thursday, from 7:30 a.m. – 5:30 p.m. and closed on Friday.

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  • Let's Talk 

    Union County Public Schools is committed to engaging all stakeholders in the potential student realignment process. Share your questions,
    comments, or suggestions 24/7 by clicking the Let’s Talk! button below. 

    let's talk

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  • Subscribe to UCPS Snapshots today

    UCPS Snapshots is a monthly e-newsletter that provides community members with timely information about district programs as well as the great work that staff and students are doing in our 53 schools.

    Subscribe today by clicking here or texting UCPSNEWS to 22828. 

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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. 

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Feature Stories

  • UCPS is hiring cafeteria assistants

    Union County Public Schools will hold a job fair to fill vacancies in its School Nutrition Services Department. The event will be held July 27, from 10 a.m. – 7 p.m. at the UCPS Professional Development Center (721 Brewer Drive, Monroe).

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  • Rising ninth grade gymnast flips and tumbles her way into history at Special Olympics USA

    Several years ago, Brielle Mulroy was a Porter Ridge Middle student who made North Carolina history as the first integrated gymnast to compete in an Amateur Athletic Union (AAU) state competition. At the time, the energetic 12-year-old with Down Syndrome was regularly making waves in the local gymnastics community where she repeatedly participated in floor, uneven bars and vaulting competitive events. Now, Brielle flipped and tumbled her way into history again as one of only two gymnasts from North Carolina to participate in the 2018 Special Olympics USA Games, which were held the week of July 2.

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  • Porter Ridge High math teacher helps students get a new perspective of the world

    Every summer, Porter Ridge High math teacher Jennie Yearick tours the world through her participation with EducationFirst Educational Tours. Last month, Jennie took a rising PRHS senior as well as 2017 and 2018 PRHS graduates to Peru, where they spent eight days learning about Peruvian culture in Lima, Cusco and Machu Picchu.

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  • Atrium Health externship helps Monroe Middle teacher bring lesson plans to life

    Throughout the summer, Monroe Middle instructors who teach everything from band to language arts will spend at least 12 hours shadowing Atrium Health Union staff members in a variety of departments that include imaging, emergency, physical therapy, Emergency Medical Services (EMS) and more. The ultimate goal of the externships is to help teachers find ways to connect their students to STEM and real-life applications.

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