Announcements

  • Crucible Performance

    Parkwood High School presents Arthur Miller's THE CRUCIBLE on Saturday, October 26 at 2pm and 7pm. Please come and enjoy this classic piece of American literature.

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  • Hanover Research Counseling Survey Preview

    UCPS has partnered with Hanover Research to conduct systematic and ongoing reserach in the form of program evaluations.  Click on the link below to preview the Hanover Research Counseling Survey preview.  https://tinyurl.com/y5sbyqka

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  • Union County Christmas Parade

    Seniors, if you're interested in applying for the Union County Christmas Parade Princess Scholarship, please come to Guidance to pick up the application. Applications are due Wednesday, October 16. If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Bristow.

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  • Driver's Education

    The Drivers Education test for the October class will take place on Friday, November 1, after school, in the media center. You must bring all forms completely filled out and signed: 800 form, parent letter, birth certificate, and exit ticket. Monday, November 25 is the retake exam. You must have taken the November 1 exam to be eligible for the retake. If you miss the November 1 exam, you will NOT be able to take the test on November 25.

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  • PowderPuff Reschedule

    The 2019 Powder Puff Football Tournament has been re-scheduled for Tuesday, November 5 at 7pm! We are accepting new registrations for anyone who didn't get a chance to sign up previously! We are also accepting Powder Puff t-shirt orders through Wednesday, October 16!
     

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Featured Stories

  • JROTC participates in training mission with the NC Air National Guard

    On Friday, October 4, 2019, 17 AFJROTC cadets from Parkwood and Cuthbertson flew on a 3.5 hour C-17 aeromedical evacuation training mission with the NC Air National Guard at Charlotte Douglas International Airport. The C-17 is a massive cargo plane with flight and medical crews for this mission. After takeoff, cadets spent time with the pilots in the cockpit, where they learned about military flight operations and aircraft instruments and equipment. In the cargo compartment, they learned about military medical careers from a flight nurse, and for lunch, they had an inflight meal of subs. Also on the trip, cadets were able to view the ground and horizon from several windows. The route of flight took them from Charlotte to Asheville, then to Roanoke and Norfolk Virginia, and finally southbound along the coast to Wilmington, Myrtle Beach, and Charleston before returning to Charlotte. Visibility was mostly clear, and the mountains and beaches were beautiful from their cruise altitude of 9000 feet. Cadets all had an unforgettable experience on this very special field trip!

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  • Meet Ms. Anne Berryhill, Instructional Coach

    Mrs. Berryhill has been an educator for 20 years. While in college, she worked for a house repair mission camp. She is happily married and has a beautiful three-year-old daughter. When she is not working, you can catch her cooking, reading, watching sports or just having a good time with her daughter. She attended both Appalachian State University and East Carolina. Her favorite color would have to be blue. Her dream job would be to go around the world and write about what she sees. Her favorite thing at Parkwood is the nice friendly students and teachers.

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  • Meet Ms. Jennifer Richardson, English Teacher

    Mrs. Jennifer Richardson has been an educator for 16 years. She has two sons and while they were in preschool she worked at their school. In her free time, she likes to read. Mrs. Richardson attended UNC Chapel Hill. Her favorite animal is her dog, Mickey. She really loves her teaching job now, but when she was little she always dreamed about being a news journalist. Her favorite part about teaching at Parkwood is the nice friendly environment that the students and teachers provide.

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