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  • Students redistricted to Monroe Middle School are invited to a drop in open house on May 22 from 6-7pm

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  • Any rising 6th grade student who is interested in joining band should visit this link. This page will provide more information about how to sign up for band and acquire a band instrument. While any student can sign up for band, sixth grade is the only time that new students are accepted into the band without previous band experience. We look forward to seeing all of our new band members in August!!!!! Questions about band should be forwarded to Mr. Sale

     

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  • New to the area or interested in learning more about Parkwood Middle School? Please contact the school (704) 764-2910 or email lisa.chapman@ucps.k12.nc.us to schedule a tour.  

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  • The realignment maps that were approved by the Board of Education on March 6 are now available. To access the interactive maps, follow this link https://www.croppermap.com/unioncounty/ or visit the UCPS homepage and click on Realignment 2018 in the Quick Links section

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  • Parkwood Middle School hosts 1st Annual Mobile Application Competition

    Parents and Community guests were amazed by the synergy and soft skills displayed by the 41 students who participated in the 1st Annual Mobile Application Competition at Parkwood Middle School.

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  • Parkwood Middle Sweeps Awards at Regional Tournament

    Parkwood Middle School’s Science OIympiad team came away with top honors at their regional tournament on March 17th. The team arrived with high expectations after finishing first in last year’s tournament. In addition to an overall first place finish in this year’s tournament, the Parkwood Bears took home the spirit award and Coach Jordan Marmara was named regional Coach of the Year.

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  • Parkwood Middle takes on college and career prep

    ollege acceptance letters are steadily rolling in for this year’s crop of high school seniors, and Parkwood Middle School is doing its part to prepare their students for those next steps. Based on a district-wide mandate from Union County Public Schools this year, all 6th – 12th graders are required to partake in a week-long college and career readiness initiative. It’s up to each individual school as to how they implement that initiative, but Parkwood Middle certainly rose to the task!

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