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School News

Announcements

  • In 2015, the State of North Carolina added Meningococcal vaccine to the school required immunizations.  The first dose of Meningococcal vaccine, MCV, was given to this year’s juniors prior to the start of 7th grade as a school required vaccine.  The second dose of this vaccine is required prior to the start of the Senior year, the 2022-23 school year.

    If your child does not currently have evidence of the MCV vaccine, please contact your child’s health care provider to obtain it.  Following administration of the vaccine, please submit a copy of the record to the school nurse this school year. This documentation must be on file here at school prior to the start of the 2022-23 school year to meet this school enrollment requirement. Individuals born before 1/1/2003 are exempt from this requirement.

    For complete details and explanations, please review the website https://immunize.nc.gov/schools/ncruleslaws.htm for NC general statutes 130A-157.

    Thank you for your timely attention to this matter. If you have any questions, our school nurse will certainly be available to you as a resource.  Please contact her at 704-296-3025.

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  • Peachjar Digital Flyers

    We have launched a new electronic flyer communication tool called Peachjar. To view school-approved digital flyers, simply click the Peachjar button on our website.

    Peachjar button

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District News

  • Why do we need this bond: Forest Hills High School

    Forest Hills High is one of two schools on the 2022 School Bond that, if approved by voters on Nov. 8, will replace old buildings with new ones. The new building will consolidate all classes and activities into one building with updated facilities.

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  • 2023 UCPS graduation schedule available

    Union County Public Schools 2023 graduation schedule is available. Graduations will be held in May and June. For more information, view the schedule. In addition, all traditional high school graduations will be live streamed on the school’s YouTube page for public viewing.

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  • UCPS to hold six bond information meetings

    On Nov. 8, Union County voters will decide on $134,405,000 million in school bonds. UCPS will hold six informational meetings about the 2022 bond package and explain the bond history in the county, why we need this bond and the 10-year plan to address capacity, new construction and facility upgrades and renovations.

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  • Union County Public Schools announces 2021-2022 accountability results

    Union County Public Schools (UCPS) and the North Carolina State Board of Education has announced academic and school accountability results for the 2021-2022 school year.

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