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  • Senior Banquet - Wednesday, May 24th 
    The Senior Banquet is Wednesday, May 24th at 6:30 pm at Providence Country Club.  The cost is $5.  Please dress nicely.  The banquet will feature dinner, teacher and student speakers, the senior video, and one last evening with your friends from the senior class.  No permission slip needed.

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  • Senior Day - Paint Project Permission Forms
    Any Senior who would like to participate in the Senior Paint Project on Thursday, May 25th must turn in a signed permission form and $5 to Ms. LaLone in room G206 by Wednesday, May 17th. 

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  • Senior Trip to Carowinds
    All permission forms and money for the Senior trip to Carowinds are due to Ms. LaLone in room G206 by May 1st. No late forms will be accepted. All seniors are required to ride the bus to and from Carowinds. Lunch is NOT included in the cost of the trip. All studnets will need to bring their own money for lunch. Contact Ms. LaLone (laura.lalone@ucps.k12.nc.us) with any questions.  

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  • Novant Health Free Sports Screenings!                         
    Novant Health will once again offer UCPS athletes free sports screenings on Saturday June 3rd from 8am-12pm! Registration is open from 4/30 and 5/28. Please visit www.ppezoom.com to register!

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  • FFA Plant Sale
    The FFA Plant Sale is now open in the greenhouse. The greenhouse will be open Monday through Friday from 8 am until 4 pm.  Click here to see the list of available plants.

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  • Fine Arts Department presents Footloose

    The Weddington High School Fine Arts Department will be performing Footloose April 20th -22nd at 7 pm in the auditorium. Admission is $5 for students and $8 for adults.

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  • Testing software through dependency injection

    This school year Mr. Bishop’s AP Computer Science classes were given the extreme honor and privilege of being able to sit down with one of the top minds at Microsoft to discuss advanced Computer Science topics and current global software development industry standards. It was an excellent opportunity for pre-university students to take part in real world situations that introduce young minds to the world of software development.

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  • Earth Science students learn about hurricanes

    Students in Ms. Dilsworth’s Earth Science learned about hurricanes and the global impact around the world.

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