CUCPS Calendar Survey
Good evening, this is a message from the UCPS Communications Office. Union County Public Schools is conducting a survey for the 2018-19 calendar. Your feedback is important to us. To access the survey and learn more about the calendar planning process, visit your school's website and look for information in the Quick Links Section or visit the UCPS website and click on the button in the Quick Links section. The survey will close at 10 p.m. on October 24. Thank you for your cooperation.
Piedmont Community Breast Cancer Walk
The annual Piedmont Community Breast Cancer Walk will be Saturday, October 21. Gates open at 8:00 a.m. The walk begins at 9:00 a.m. The registration fee for adults is $15 and for students $10. Participants will receive a free T-shirt while supplies last. For more information, contact JoAnn Connell at 704.753.1265. Make checks payable to Piedmont Community Breast Cancer Walk.
Scholastic Book Fair
Our fall book fair will be the week of October 16. Hours are 7:30 - 4:30. Students will attend with their ELA teachers. Check out the BOOK FLYER to see a few of the great choices available. The online sale begins October 8. Visit our book fair homepage for more information. Thank you for supporting the school!
Please claim your lost items this week!
Find them in the front office.
Monday: "Sock it to Drugs"
Wear red & wild/crazy socks
Tuesday: "Team Up Against Drugs"
Wear your favorite team jersey/shirt
Wednesday: "Unity Day"
Piedmont is united for kindness, acceptance, and inclusion
Thursday: "Give Drugs the Boot"
Wear camouflage and/or boots
Friday: "Panthers live Drug-Free"
Wear school spirit wear
Connect Ed - October 16
Good evening, Piedmont Middle School! This is Dr. Strickland with some additional information about Invest in a Panther. First, I’d like to send a BIG thank you to all of the parents who came out to the school this morning to help us with the Invest collection. At Piedmont Middle School, we have the BEST parents. Thank you so much for all of your support. Second, I would like to address some of the questions that we fielded today. Many students came to us throughout the day asking if they could still bring their Invest money in after today. The answer is a resounding: Yes! We are so excited to have such great students who are interested in helping their school. We love it! Lastly, I’d like to remind you that report cards will be sent home with your students on Wednesday. I hope you have a great evening and we look forward to this being the best week so far this year.
Good evening, Piedmont Middle School! This is Dr. Strickland with the Week in Preview for October 16 – 20. Monday, October 16, is our Invest in a Panther collection day! We are so excited to see how much we can do for Piedmont Middle School through all of the work your students have been doing to support their school this week! Also this week, The Book Fair will be with us! Students will be going to the media center during their English Language Arts class at some point this week to take advantage of the Book Fair. We’re looking forward to another great week at Piedmont Middle School.
$ Turn-in day: Monday, October 16, 2017
If every student raises $60.00, we can meet our goal of $62,400!
All donation amounts are welcomed and greatly appreciated!
This year, an online payment option is also available.
Check with your employer to see if they offer “matching gifts” for your donation!
Every dollar raised will go toward supporting Piedmont Middle School!
1st Prize = 4 pack tickets to Panthers game on December 10.
2nd Prize = Great Wolf Lodge – family 4 pack for one-night stay
3rd Prize = $150.00 Visa gift card
Every student who raises $60.00 will be able to attend “The Big Event.”
2017-2018 Special Projects
Digital School Sign
Projects are dependent upon funds raised.
Several students in the spring semester Career Exploration Through STEM classes competed in the Union County Middle School Spring Robotics Challenge. The Challenge was held on Saturday, April 22 at the South Piedmont Community College Center for Technology and Health Education.
The last few weeks of school can be very challenging and stressful for students and teachers as testing time approaches.
On an early evening in late April there were sights, sounds and tastes from all around the world echoing from Unionville Elementary School.