Announcements

  • Union County Public Schools, in collaboration with Novant Health, invites families and educators to discuss how trauma and stress on adolescents cause long-term physical and mental health issues.  Please open this flyer for more information.

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  • Powderpuff Football Game scheduled for October 16 has been rescheduled to a date not yet determined.  This game will benefit local Hurricane Florence relief efforts! Please see this press release for more information!

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  • On Tuesday, October 23, 2018 from 6:00 – 7:00, Marvin Ridge Middle School will CLEAR THE AIR ABOUT VAPING.  Mrs. Little and Mrs. Culicerto will talk with parents about the growing trend of vaping among adolescents. 
    Did you know: 

    • 90% of tobacco users start BEFORE the age of 18!
    • E-cigarettes are the most commonly used tobacco product among US middle and high school students.
    • 63% of Juul users don’t know that the product ALWAYS contains nicotine.

    Please join us to hear about why teens are “Juuling” and how the landscape of tobacco use has dramatically changed over the past 10 years.

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  • 2019-2020 Calendar Survey

    We want to hear from you! Union County Public Schools is conducting a survey to gather input for the 2019-2020 calendar. We encourage you participate and learn more about the calendar planning process. The survey will close Sunday, October 21 at midnight. Thank you for your cooperation.
    Complete the calendar survey
    Calendar requirements
    Calendar guidelines
    State Law GS_115C-84.2

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  • Union County Public Schools is having a Holiday Card Contest. UCPS is looking for students to create festive artwork to celebrate this upcoming holiday season. Please click here to open a flyer with more information.

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Featured Stories

  • Ms. Pan's Chinese immersion class

    It is fascinating to walk into the 6th grade Chinese immersion classroom and listen to the students give presentations in fluent Mandarin Chinese.

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  • Thanking our first responders

    The anniversary of 9/11 this year overlapped with a tragedy our community was facing, storm Florence. When Ms. Cudmore shared some of her memories of 2001 with her students this year, she reminded them that like those first responders who helped so many people 17 years ago, first responders would also soon be working hard here to assist before, during and after hurricane Florence.

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  • Book Tasting

    Seventh grade students participated in a Book Tasting that allowed them to find books that interested them and provided them with opportunities to explore text they may not usually gravitate toward.

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