Announcements

  • Academic Signing Day

    Academic Signing Day for seniors will be Wednesday, May 22nd at 10 am in the cafeteria.  Seniors who have finalized their post-high school decision should submit documentation to Joanna Ellis in the Counseling Office by May 10.  This will be a celebration of decisions made for the military, trade school, and college. 


     

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  • Spring Break

    Piedmont High will be closed for Spring Break from April 19-28, 2019.   


     

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  • Got the UCPS Mobile App?

    Get directions on how to install the UCPS Mobile App to your phone so you can stay up to date on all the happenings at Piedmont and in UCPS. 


     

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  • 2019 UCPS Parent Survey

    UCPS has extended the deadline for the Parent Survey. The survey will remain open until April 26. We encourage you to participate and share your feedback through an anonymous format that will be used to improve our teaching and learning practices and the overall UCPS experience for families. No personally identifiable information pertaining to you or your student will be collected.  For your convenience, the survey can be taken through a mobile device and it is compatible with all operating systems. We appreciate your time and cooperation.

     

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Featured Stories

  • Math teacher Vanessa Falbo runs in Boston Marathon

    Congratulations to math teacher Vanessa Falbo, who completed the Boston Marathon on April 15! Falbo ran her first marathon in 2013 in Charleston, after which, she set a goal to run a marathon in every state. In March 2018, after completing her 20th marathon in Virginia Beach, she achieved a time that qualified her for the Boston Marathon. Massachusetts will be her 20th state on her bucket list and her 23rd marathon overall. Falbo attributes her accomplishment of this goal to persistence and hard training.

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  • Health Science Students Participate in "Trust Walk"

    Mrs. Plyler’s health science students recently participated in a “trust walk", where half of her students were blindfolded to represent being blind and the other half were their mute guides, who had to lead them around campus. Students have been studying the body’s senses and this gave them an opportunity to put themselves in the shoes of those with sensory deficits.

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  • Student-Athletes Compete in Special Olympics

    Congratulations to our Special Olympics athletes who brought home many honors from the event held at Cuthbertson High School on March 27. Each student-athlete competes in the softball throw and one track and field event. Overall, Piedmont brought home 17 total medals including 8 gold, 7 silver, 2 bronze, and 12 ribbons!

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