Announcements

  • MES Book Drive April 8th - 12th

    Please donate your gently used books to the UCPS Mobile Book Drive. Donations can be dropped off each morning in the media center before school starts. Volunteers are needed on Friday, April 12th at 2pm to help sort books, if you are interested in helping please sign-up here.


     

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  • Save The Date: An Evening of Art and Music is scheduled for April 16th

     

    Click this link for the detailed evening itinerary. Please join us for a 4th/5th choral concert, a general PTO meeting, and a K-5 art show! Contact Lisa Andrews, Music Teacher, or Jennifer Kusherman, Art Teacher, with any questions: lisa.andrews@ucps.k12.nc.us or  jennifer.kusherman@ucps.k12.nc.us


     

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  • Mother/Son Carnival

    The Mother Son Carnival will be held on Thursday, April 11th from 5:30-7:00pm. All 3rd -5th grade boys and their mothers are welcome to attend. The cost per family is $10 if you prepay by Friday, April 5th, otherwise the cost is $15.00 at the door. Hope to see you there!

     


     

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  • 2019 UCPS Parent Survey

    UCPS has extended the deadline for the Parent Survey. The survey will remain open until April 26. We encourage you to participate and share your feedback through an anonymous format that will be used to improve our teaching and learning practices and the overall UCPS experience for families. No personally identifiable information pertaining to you or your student will be collected.  For your convenience, the survey can be taken through a mobile device and it is compatible with all operating systems. We appreciate your time and cooperation.

     

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Featured Stories

  • Elementary Battle of the Books 2019-2020

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  • MES Book Drive

    Did you know that UCPS has a Mobile Book Bus? The purpose of the bus is to support a literacy initiative to provide elementary-aged students with books throughout the summer. During the summer months, the UCPS Mobile Book Bus will make stops at centralized locations across the county, including schools, summer camps, community events and centers, and more.

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  • Let Me Run

    Let Me Run is a running program for 3rd-8thgrade boys, but it’s more about the boy than the run. Combining exercise with activities and lessons, our trained coaches inspire boys to be courageous enough to be themselves, build healthy relationships, and live an active lifestyle.

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