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School News

  • The future of Lady Wolf Pack basektball is bright

    Coach Boyce and the Lady Wolf Pack have fought long and hard to get the recognition they deserve and it’s finally coming their way.  They are very optimistic for this season and are ecstatic about some newcomers they have. Although the program has 8 seniors graduating this year, this team has a bright future ahead of them. 

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  • Parkwood High teacher is UCPS’s first CTE Teacher of the Year

    Carolyn Hoobler, a family and consumer science teacher at Parkwood High School, is the first recipient of the Career and Technical Education (CTE) award. A timely surprise since it is Teacher Appreciation Week.

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  • CTE Students Shine

    In the past month, our Career and Technical Education students had the opportunity to showcase their skills at the county level during two UCPS competitions.

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  • FCCLA Food Drive

    With the holidays upon us, members of Family, Career, and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) are continuing the tradition of giving back to the community through community service projects.

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Announcements

  • Makeup Pictures for All Students

    Picture retakes will be on October 18th. Underclassmen will get their pictures taken in the afternoon while seniors will need to use this link to sign up for a time in the morning.  Seniors: If you have trouble signing up for a time or all the times are booked, please contact Legacy Studios to help you get scheduled.

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  • Yearbook Information

    It’s that time again! The 2022-2023 Yearbook is on sale now! The price is $80 if you order before January 1, 2023. Order now before the price increases! Payment plans are available online or with Miss Damico!  To purchase your yearbook, you can go to www.jostensyearbook.com as well as set up an automatic payment plan through Jostens.  You can also pay in school with exact cash or checks made out to Parkwood High School in the amount of $85.40.

    Do you know of any businesses that would like to be featured in the book this year?

    Advertisements are a great way to spotlight your business to the Parkwood community and receive local support. Contact our yearbook advisor, Miss Damico, at abby.damico@ucps.k12.nc.us  for more information and prices.

    Senior ads are available for purchase as well! These are great ways to honor our graduates!  Go to www.jostensadservice.com/student to start and make your seniors ad today!

    If you know of any company or senior that would like to purchase an ad or have any questions regarding advertisement or yearbook purchasing options, please contact us at: Abby.damico@ucps.k12.nc.us

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  • Blood Drive

    Save a life. Donate Blood on October 19th here at school. If you're 16 or older and would like to donate blood, please go to www.redcrossblood.org to find our drive and sign up.

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  • Student All Sports Passes

    Student All Sports passes are on sale at https://parkwoodathleticzone.com/event-tickets for $50 each. The Student All Sports passes require a passcode. The passcode is the student's student ID #. It is good for the purchase of just 1 ticket for the student. Season passes of any kind are only valid for regular season HOME games. They are not valid for any postseason or tournament play.

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  • Student Parking: Apply for a parking permit for the 2022-2023 school year. You must complete the form in its entirety and click submit in order to be assigned a parking permit. You also must pay the $50 parking fee and clear all other student fees to be assigned a parking permit. For best results, please use a UCPS student account to complete the form. Completing the form using a different account may lead to a delay in assigning a parking permit.

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District News

  • UCPS announces 2022-2023 Principal of the Year finalists

    Joy and excitement were the theme on Thursday, Sept. 29 as Union County Public Schools (UCPS) Superintendent Dr. Andrew Houlihan, senior leaders, and Board of Education members revealed the names of the top 10 UCPS Principal of the Year finalists by surprising them at their schools.

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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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