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  • You can find the 2017-2018 school supply list here.

     

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  • Duke Volleyball Camp has an exciting number of opportunities for players and coaches looking to take their school team’s game to the next level. The full details of our camp are available at www.dukevolleyballcamp.com, and online registration and payment is available there as well.

    We offer an exciting team camp, where school teams can come and train together in order to prepare for their upcoming season. Teams will be coached by high-level college or club coaches and at least one current Duke Volleyball player. The 2017 team camp runs from July 8th-10th and we would love to see your team join the current group registered for camp. 

    Duke Volleyball Camp is also thrilled to announce two new one-day camps – the Middle School Prep Camp and High School Prep Camp. Both camps will be on July 15th, 2017 and feature training and instruction from the Duke Volleyball staff, current players and alumni. The Prep Camps are designed to help prepare and elevate camper’s volleyball skills and knowledge in order to help them with their school tryout and competition season. This is a brand new program designed specifically for campers that want to positively impact their school teams.

     

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  • The Union County Public Library is offering some exciting events for summer reading! 

    Beginning May 15th, students can register at their local library or online at ucplnc.readsquared.com. They have summer reading programs for all ages 0-3, 4-12,13-17 and adults. You can see the flyer here, or for even more details click here.

     

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  • Testing reunites friends and graduates

    Ms. Janet Propst and Ms. Margaret Bivens first met as nursing students at Anson Tech in Ansonville NC. After graduating together in 1973 both went on their separate pathways in the world of nursing. After forty three years of life experiences and travels, these two wonderful ladies decided to pick this year and the same date to proctor for EUMS.

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  • A Legend Returns to EUMS

    As the 2016-2017 school year comes to an end, the EOG’s are in full effect and the EUMS students have stepped up to the plate by putting their best foot forward. With over 900 students testing over the two week period we rely heavily on our volunteers within the community to help with proctoring during the testing season.

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  • EUMS Students Perform at Solo & Ensemble

    On Saturday, May 13th, twenty one East Union band students attended Solo& Ensemble at Lincolnton Middle School. This is an annual event students attend to perform solos or in smaller groups, such as duets, trios or quartets in front of a judge to be graded

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