Announcements

  • Sadie Snowflake Dance

    The Sadie Snowflake Dance will be held on Saturday, January 26 from 7-10 pm in the Piedmont cafeteria.  Tickets are $10/individual or $15/two and can be purchased before school in Room G7 on Tuesdays and Thursdays and during lunches. Guests must submit a permission form that can be downloaded here.  


     

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  • ACT Blitz

    Juniors are invited to attend the ACT Blitz on Saturday, February 16 from 8:00 am to noon at Piedmont High School.  Space is limited so interested juniors should register here. Students must be logged into their UCPS Google account to register.  Contact Stacy Vickers with questions.


     

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  • Recovery/Remediation 

    Students will have the opportunity to attend remediation and attendance recovery through January 12.  The complete recovery/remediation schedule is available for download here.  Students and parents may check absences for each class using PowerSchool.  The attendance policy is also available for download here.     


     

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  • Free SAT/ACT Test Prep

    Huntington Learning Center is partnering with UCPS again this year to offer free test prep for the ACT and SAT for juniors. Interested students can download the complete test prep schedule and registration information here.  


     

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  • Early Release Days for 2018-2019

    UCPS will have early release days on February 7, and March 7.  Students at Piedmont will be released at 12:15 on these days.  Parents and students can view the bell schedule here


     

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  • Got the UCPS Mobile App?

    Get directions by clicking here on how to install the UCPS Mobile App to your phone so you can stay up to date on all the happenings at Piedmont and in UCPS. 


     

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Featured Stories

  • Teachers Gives Magic Yarn Wig to Student After Brain Surgery

    Transition to Adulthood teacher Jan Blumer was searching for a way to support one of her students who was undergoing serious brain surgery to treat seizures. A friend of Blumer’s introduced her to the Magic Yarn Project, an organization whose mission is to crochet yarn wigs that resemble a child’s favorite Disney character after they have undergone a medical procedure/treatment that has resulted in hair loss. Katlyn Thomas had brain surgery in early December, which necessitated shaving her hair. This past weekend, Blumer presented Katlyn with a “Doc McStuffins” yarn wig to keep her head warm this winter while her hair grows back.

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  • Castator Named New Head Football Coach

    John Castator was announced as the new head football coach at a meeting with returning players on January 11. As a 1998 graduate of Piedmont, Castator comes to Piedmont after serving as the offensive coordinator at Porter Ridge. Castator shared with student-athletes his vision for "The Panther Way" and his plan to prepare the team for the 2019 season.

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  • Health Science Students Obtain CPR Certification

    Students in Mrs. Messer's Health Science II class became CPR certified recently as part of their preparation for the Certified Nurse Aide class they will complete during the spring semester. The aspiring CNAs certified in CPR on adults, children, and infants, while also certifying in the use of AEDs. According to the American Heart Association, immediate CPR can double or triple chances of survival after cardiac arrest.

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