Announcements

  • School Supply List

    Click here for a basic school supply list. Please note that individual teachers may have other requirements. 

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  • Schedule Change Information

    Complete this form before you contact or see a counselor. Schedules can only be changed based on the options below. Schedules are not changed for teacher preference, to have a lunch period with friends, or to have a class with friends.

    Students can see a counselor BEFORE school starts on the following days to discuss schedule changes (this form is required first):
    8-12:00 on August 8- Senior Schedule Changes
    8-12:00 on August 9- Junior Schedule Changes
    8-12:00 on August 13- Sophomore Schedule Changes
    8-12:00 on August 14- Freshman Schedule Changes

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  • Chromebook Distribution
     
    Below are the dates for Chromebook distribution. Each student will need a signed Chromebook form with parent signature. Form is linked here. The Chromebooks will have cases and students should not take them out of cases.
     
    8/16-9th Grade-8:00-9:30-last name A-M, 10:00-11:30 last name-N-Z
     
    8/16-10th Grade-12:30-2:00-last name A-M, 2:30-4:00 last name –N-Z
     
    8/17-11th Grade-8:00-9:30-last name A-M, 10:00-11:30 last name-N-Z
     
    8/17-12th Grade-12:30-2:00-last name A-M, 2:30-4:00 last name –N-Z
     
     
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  • UCPS Back to School Bash

    Registration is now open for the annual Back to School Bash. Students registered can receive free school supplies, book bags, shoes, haircuts and snacks. Parents can register at https://unioncountyb2sb.org/.

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  • Parking Passes

    Parking Pass Pre-Sale will be held for Seniors on July 17th from 8:00 – 12:00 and July 18th from 12:00 – 4:00 and for Juniors August 1st from 8:00 – 12:00 and August 2nd from 12:00 – 4:00. Parking for Sophomores will be considered at a later date.
     
    The cost for parking is $50. Payment for parking is online only.  Refer to the Online School Payments link on our website.
     
    All fees must be paid before students can purchase a parking space. Contact Paula Boyer at 704-764-2900 for fees. 
     
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Featured Stories

  • World No Tobacco Day

    The Parkwood High School SADD/SAVE Club observed “World No Tobacco Day” on Wednesday May 30, 2018. The club and a host of volunteers planned, prepared, and worked an informative/interactive booth that day in the student center at all four lunches. Over 300 students visited the club’s informative booth that day and found out more about this effort to end teen tobacco usage and vaping. The booth contained information and statistics on the history of tobacco and vaping usage, dangers, costs, etc. The booth also included an anti-tobacco pledge, stickers, candy, and a fun interactive “Fact Beach Ball Game”. Students were asked to take a moment to help one another by becoming informed, staying away from, and inform others of the dangers of Tobacco, Nicotine, and Vaping.

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  • Parkwood High School Wins Subway Fresh Fit® Video Contest, School Grant

    When Parkwood High School librarian Jennifer Williams presented the idea to her media production students Emily Crook and Erika Perry to create a video about living a balanced lifestyle, the students were game. They brainstormed a few ideas, recruited classmates for scenes, filmed and posted a short video on their school’s Twitter page for submission to the Subway Fresh Fit® Video Contest, which won first place and a $1,500 school grant. The students received free food from Subway.

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  • Union County JROTC Sports Competition

    On April 19, 2018, Parkwood Air Force JROTC finished first place overall in the spring Union County JROTC Sports Competition, which was held at the National Guard Armory in Monroe. Opponents were Piedmont and Porter Ridge AFJROTC, Monroe AFJROTC, and Forest Hills NJROTC. Events were armed flight, unarmed flight, armed element, unarmed element, armed individual, unarmed individual, and color guard. Parkwood took first place in five of the seven events, and second place in one. Months of after-school practice paid off in this phenomenal performance!

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