Announcements

  • Mobile Learning Impact Survey

    Beginning December 10, students will be asked to take a mobile learning impact survey during the day.  Developed by the team at Project Tomorrow, building on more than a decade of evaluation studies and insights from the Speak Up Research Project for Digital Learning, this survey is a research-based tool designed to help school leaders. You may preview the survey questions here.  If you'd like for your child to opt out of the survey please contact his/her teacher.

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  • 8th gr students interested in applying for Union County Early college are invited to a parent info night on Tues. Nov 27 or Thurs, Jan 16th 5pm-6pm for more info click here  UCEC information

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  • The 2018-2019 Basketball schedule has changed.  Click here for the updated schedule

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  • Union County Public Schools is happy to announce the adoption of an innovative mobile device app and website entitled, Here Comes the Bus®.

    Here Comes the Bus allows you to view the real-time location of your child’s school bus on your smartphone, tablet or computer 

    Click HERE for more information 

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  • 2018-2019 PWMS Dress code policy

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Featured Stories

  • We Support Operation Gratitude

    Operation Gratitude is one California woman’s solution to saying “thanks” to our many service men and women. Many US troops are deployed each year, spending time away from their family and friends to serve and protect us. Operation Gratitude collects donations and thank you letters from citizens around the country in order to make care packages for our troops.

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  • PWMS Gears up for Relay for Life

    Parkwood Middle school is fighting cancer! Relay for life is in full swing here at Parkwood. We will have different activities throughout the year to raise money for the American Cancer Society.

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  • “Genre Book Tasting”

    Mrs. Kerr’s 6th Grade Language Arts classes participated in a “Genre Book Tasting”! These students got the chance to try out different genres from historical fiction to fantasy before their first trip to the media center.

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