• The Union County Public Library is having it's 7th annual Bookmark Design Contest.  The theme this year is "Build a Better World" and the deadline is June 30. Contact the public library for more information.

     Bookmark Design Contest

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  • Scholarship for Braces

    Local orthodontist offers scholarship for student to receive braces. Click here for application. 

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  • New Resources for UCPS Families!

    The Title I/Federal Programs Department is excited to announce that we now have a Twitter account (@UCPSFamilies) and a Facebook page (UCPS Families)!  We are planning to use these as yet another way to reach families with Family Engagement. Be sure to "like" our Facebook page and follow us on Twitter! 

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  • Parent Resource Room

    Looking for resources to help you support your student? Check out these great resources!

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  • 2nd Grade enjoys Why Not an American Ark?

    The 2nd grade students recently enjoyed the excitement of traveling the globe without leaving the Monroe area. Students visited Why Not an American Ark for the day. There they were able to interact with animals from the local area such as donkeys, cows, goats, geese and horses. But, the highlight was more exotic.

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  • First Graders research different countries around the World

    First grade students have been enjoying researching different countries around the world. The students have been given things to search within a country such as clothing, schools, food, sports.

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  • Adapting to our World

    The 4th grade class has been learning about animal adaptations and how these adaptations are used for survival. They have studied how the animal’s physical, or structural build, is connected directly to the needs of the animal. The classes have examined the various types of structural adaptations that exist and how animals often have more than one structural adaptation in place.

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