Humanities Overview Page

  • Union County Public Schools values the feedback of our students, parents and staff.  In an effort to continue high quality, rigorous learning experiences and social-emotional support for students, the school district has partnered with Panorama Education to administer a survey to 3rd – 12th graders. The survey window is Sept. 28 – Oct. 8 and will take approximately 20 minutes to complete. The link will be sent via Canvas and students will need their Student ID for access. Panorama safeguards student privacy and all responses will be kept confidential. 

    Click HERE to review survey questions.

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  • Union County Community Arts Council

    Student Artists Showcase

     

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  • The  Humanities Director provides support and resources to Kindergarten through 12th grade teachers. Included in the Humanities Department are the visual arts, band, chorus, music, theater arts, dance, physical education, health, and sports medicine teachers.

    Support includes:

    •  Curriculum development, mapping, and resources
    •  Professional  Development
    •  Community and higher education partnerships that provide grants, educational opportunities, and resources for our students and       teachers.
    •  Encouragement and enhancement of the arts and healthful living opportunities for students on school, community, state, and  national  levels
    The humanities are a critical component of a child's education. Humanities education contributes to brain development and higher-level cognitive functions, from creativity to fine and gross motor skills. Additionally, self-expression and individuality are fostered through a child's continuing engagement in the humanities. 

Lindsay Jones

Lindsay Jones

Director of Humanities

  • Phone:  704-290-1515

    Fax:  704-296-3149

Last Modified on September 16, 2020