Union County Public Schools will be providing mass hearing and vision screenings for all 7th graders across the county. Our hearing and vision screening day at Parkwood Middle School has been scheduled for Thursday, November 8th. We will be screening all 7th grade students that day in the media center. If your child wears glasses, please be sure they have their glasses with them on Thursday, November 8th.
Please help support our school by participating in our Fall fundraiser. The fundraiser will be from now until Monday, November 5th. All proceeds will go to buying instructional supplies, school beautification and classroom support for our teachers and students. Click here for more information
Union County has been declared a disaster county by USDA and NCDHHS. Social Services will operate a Disaster Food Stamps program beginning Monday 10/22 through Tuesday 10/30. Hours will be 8am-5pm during the week and 9am-5pm on Saturday 10/27. You may qualify for 1 month of food stamps if you had damage, food loss, or disaster related expenses from Hurricane Florence. *Current food stamps recipients are not eligible for this program.* Applications will be taken at the Human Services Center (DSS) 2330 Concord Avenue. Please park in the staff parking lot on the Hwy 601N (Concord Hwy) side and enter the building. Lines may be long. Please prepare for this by bringing anything you may need throughout the day, including medicine.
Every year for the past six years, Parkwood Middle School has competed in the National Science League competition. This year nearly forty different teams took to the challenge of preparing for and taking the “7th - 9th Grade General Science Exam”. These teams include schools from across the country, including states like New York, California, Texas, Michigan and Ohio. Topics from this test include physics, earth science, chemistry and biology. For the second time in as many years, Parkwood Middle School has finished in 1st place in the country!