All clubs will meet at their designated time in designated locations. Reminder to DECA, officer induction will be at 12:15 in Mr. Pharr's room. All DECA members arre expected to attend.
All underclassmen and graduates who did not have their picture taken or would like to retake photos will be able to on Friday 9/22. Graduates please see Ms. Schmitt to schedule an appointment time that day.
Union County Early College has in place a Principal’s Advisory Council (PAC) that seeks to establish a strong relationship between students and administration. The PAC, comprised of students in grades 9-13, works from a student’s perspective to communicate and facilitate action towards solving school issues. Members of the Principal’s Advisory Council represent the student body’s voice to the principal; these members are also student ambassadors for the school. The council meets with the principal to provide their input on school issues. Students also participate in school-wide events held throughout the year. Students are asked to commit to being a member for one year. The council celebrates student diversity, and all students in grades 9-12 who have not previously been on the Council are welcome and encouraged to apply. Just fill out an application and let us know what makes you the special person you are. Please return the completed application using this page as a cover sheet to the main office by 3:30 on Monday, September 11.
Sara Sawyers received the John H. Crowder Service Award at the last Board of Education meeting!
UCEC is excited to announce the beginning of our Student Council. Please follow links for more information. If you have any questions, please email Karen Pharr at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please click the read more button below for application and necessary documents.
Congrats to UCEC DECA club on their accomplishments at the NC DECA State Career Conference. Over 3200 students from across the state participated in the competitive events. Our DECA club had 2 state winners who are now invited to the International Career Conference. They were Spencer Ellis , who placed 2nd in the state in his event of Principles of Finance and Sarah Wienecke, who placed 3rd in the state in her event of Principles of Business and Administration. 100% of all UCEC DECA members were honored and recognized for achieving proficient status. This means each member in their competitive event scored higher then a 70%. All their hard work and preparation for their events paid off. This is an amazing accomplishment since it was UCEC’s first year and the fact they we don’t offer business courses here on the high school side. In addition, DECA members who took the Hospitality and Tourism Cluster Exam at the state conference and scored at least 70% are eligible for American Hotel and Lodging Educational Institute Certification in Guest Services Professionalism. The two UCEC DECA members who earned this are Ezequiel Rivera and Sara Sawyers Congrats to all. This was an amazing trip and a great way to show the state and the world we are serious about our careers! A special thank you to Mrs. Bell and Mrs. Coppedge for attending the conference with our DECA adviser Miss Schmitt.