• 2017 Graduation Schedule

    Click here to access the 2017 graduation schedule. If you have a specific question about your child's graduation, please contact the school.

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  • UCPS Golf Tournament

    The fifth annual UCPS Golf Tournament will be held May 12 at the Monroe Country Club. The tournament supports the Union County Education Foundation. Proceeds will benefit students and teachers in Union County Public Schools. Platinum, Gold and Silver sponsorships are available. Click here for additional details about the tournament.

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Feature Stories

  • Porter Ridge Middle students help rebuild home for orphans in Haiti

    Two orphaned brothers in Haiti will soon be able to sleep in their own beds thanks to the generosity of staff and students at Porter Ridge Middle School. The middle school students in Theryne Medlin’s language arts class raised $3,000, enough to help rebuild the home of Gary and Jude Pierre, whose home was destroyed by Hurricane Matthew in October 2016.

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  • Second annual Porter Ridge Earth Day Fair teaches importance of conservation

    Porter Ridge High School students came out in droves to show their support for protecting the Earth during the school’s second annual Earth Day Fair. The event, coordinated by Regina Snelson, the school’s media coordinator, showcases the hard work of Jill Keller’s Earth/Environmental Science classes.

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  • Rocky River Elementary students learn today how to be the leaders of tomorrow

    When you meet a student from Rocky River Elementary School, don’t be surprised if he extends his hand in greeting, introduces himself with a big smile and confidence in his eyes. Simply put, Rocky River Elementary School is shaping its approximately 750 students to be leaders of tomorrow through the implementation of the Leader in Me program.

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  • Unionville Elementary’s dual language program hailed for its success

    Dual language, which is instruction taught in both English and a second language, is thriving at Unionville Elementary School. It’s been so successful, it’s gotten the attention of legislators and the state superintendent. State Rep. Craig Horn and State Superintendent Mark Johnson visited the school after hearing about the success of its dual language program. They both toured the classrooms seeing first-hand the success of the program.

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