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  • Panther Global Trivia Team Competes

    The Panther Global Trivia Team competed against more than 17 area high schools on November 21 at the Hilton Charlotte Center City Hotel in the Academic WorldQuest Competition. WorldQuest was created by the World Affairs Council of Charlotte and has grown into a nationwide international knowledge competition played by world councils around the country. This fast-paced game is played in 8 rounds of 10 questions each round, with typically 30-seconds for each question. Each team collaborates to answer the questions and submits their answer sheet at the end of each round. The team was advised this year by Mr. Brian Pitoniak and Ms. Vicki Braswell. All students had a great time of fellowship, competing with some of the best schools in the region.

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  • Students Visit Historic Williamsburg

    Honors U.S. History students experienced living history first-hand by visiting sites such as Jamestown, Williamsburg and Yorktown Virginia this past week. 36 students toured Jamestown National and State Parks where they toured a recreated Indian village, boarded replicas of the original ships that brought English settlers to the New World and saw what life was like at James Fort. In Colonial Williamsburg the group witnessed the dramatic first meeting of George and Martha Washington, met with Thomas Jefferson, participated in a trial of one of Blackbeard’s pirates, visited the Governor’s Palace, dined at a colonial tavern and danced at the Capitol Building.

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  • Dear Brutus Wins Theater Awards

    The Theatre Department was honored at the 2019 NCTC High School Play Festival held at Rocky River High School. The theatre program presented Dear Brutus at the Festival, and brought home the following awards: Excellence in Creation of Suspense, Festival Spirit Award, and Excellence in Set Design.

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  • Daniel Clontz Wins Coffee House Naming Contest

    Congratulations to Daniel Clontz, who was the winner of the "Name the Cafe/Logo Contest" for the new cafe located in SignPosts Ministries in Monroe. Daniel's winning entry, "The Coffee Nut Cafe", will provide an opportunity for UCPS students with intellectual disabilities to work. OCS and TTA programs from Forest Hills and Monroe High Schools will be part of the students who will receive work experience as they serve coffee and assorted pastries on Mondays and Wednesdays each week.

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Announcements

  • Union County Public Schools is partnering with The Champ Camp to host the Champ Camp Leadership Council in 2020. This program offers students the unique opportunity to be mentored by highly successful community and business leaders from both the local and national level.  The deadline to apply for the first session is December 20 and interested students can learn more and apply by downloading the flyer.

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  • Hanover Research Counseling Survey 

    UCPS has partnered with Hanover Research to conduct systematic and ongoing research in the form of program evaluations.  Click on the link below to take the Hanover Research Counseling Survey.  https://tinyurl.com/y5sbyqka

     

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  • Peachjar Digital Flyers

    We have launched a new electronic flyer communication tool called Peachjar. To view school-approved digital flyers, simply click the Peachjar button on our website.

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