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  • Mrs. Alecia McClendon selected as East Union's Teacher of the Year

    Mrs. McClendon has been named the 2019-2020 Teacher of the Year. She is a native of Marshville NC, and attended East Union Middle School.

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  • East Union's Angela Foster Named UCPS Assistant Principal of the Year

    On October 3rd, East Union Middle Assistant Principal Angela Foster was awarded the Assistant Principal of the Year award for Union County Public Schools.

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  • Cuthbertson and East Union Middle students walk on the moon -- without ever leaving their school

    Why learn about space exploration sitting at a classroom desk when you can actually walk on the moon?

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  • 8th Graders Go To Washington

    East Union 8th graders visited our Nation’s Capital this April. Our students were exposed to brilliant artwork, sculptures, landmarks and history.

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  • Junior Beta Club Visits Elementary Schools

    On April 11th and 12th, 8th graders in East Union's Junior Beta club visited Marshville, Union, and Wingate Elementary to read with Pre-K, kindergarten, 1st, and 2nd graders.

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  • EUMS Students Learn From Energize NC

    Students in Exploring Agriculture Science, a related arts class only offered at East Union Middle, enjoy participating with the Energize NC program. Energize NC is a program from the Boy Scouts that offers hands on STEM learning for middle and high schoolers.

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  • EUMS is Overall Robotics Competition Winner

    East Union’s Robotics Club competed in the Fall Robotics Classic held by Union County Public School’s Career Readiness Department on Saturday, December 8. The competition was held at SPCC’s Tyson Center for Technology.

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  • EUMS Holds Ag Biotech Career Day

    Sixth grade students at East Union Middle participated in Ag Bio Tech Career Day on October 25th and had the opportunity to rotate among six different speakers sharing their specialized careers.

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  • 7th Grade Social Studies is Bringing Learning to Life

    Students in 7th Grade Social Studies are bringing their learning to life with active simulations! Simulations in the social studies classrooms at East Union Middle School provide opportunities for students to act out historical events, human social behavior, and economic principles using game-like play.

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  • Reserve Your Yearbook Today!

    The 2018-2019 yearbook is in the works, and you can reserve yours today for the lowest price of the year! Visit www.yearbookforever.com to order your yearbook for $35.00. The price will go up on December 1st and again on March 1st, so grab that low price while you can!

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  • EUMS Takes Top Honors in STEM Competition

    East Union’s Robotics and STEM club competed in the 2nd Annual Career Readiness Middle School STEM Competition on Friday, April 20. They were the Overall Competition Winner!

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  • All-county Honor Band

    Band students from East Union participated in the UCPS All-County Honor Band last weekend.

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  • Women's Initiative Program presents at EUMS

    On January 29th, 2018, presenters from the Women’s Initiative Program at MIT shared their knowledge and personal experiences about STEM with girls at East Union.

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  • Many blessings during the holiday season

    This year at East Union Middle many people have come forward with generous offerings to help students have a joyous and happy Christmas! Employees from Charlotte Pipe & Foundry, Plastics Division are a part of Christian Cooking Convoy, a group that works on providing food for the community and people in need.

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  • Union County Career Fair at EUMS

    On November 17 2017, East Union had a career day for all grade levels.. There were different stations from different career fields, each with a goal to educate students on the many jobs that are available and popular in Union County.

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  • EUMS receives flags from the state capitol

    EUMS Band Director, Avery McFadden and Flag Patrol Leader, William Harris performed “Reveille” and “To the Colors” on trumpets Thursday morning, November 16 for NC Representative Mark Brody. Mr. Brody provided a US & NC flag that was flown over the capitol in Raleigh and presented them to Mr. Sanders and the flag patrol to fly for EUMS.

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  • East Union Hosts Its 1st Agriculture/Biotech Career Day

    On October 25, 2017, representatives from careers in agriculture and biotech visited 6th graders at EUMS to talk about their careers in hopes to inspire them to consider occupations that most don’t. The companies that were a part of this educational day included Carolina Green Athletic Field Construction, Higher Ground Training Center, BioNetwork NC Community Colleges, Farm Credit Carolina, Monroe Volunteer Fire Department, Novozymes, and NC Cooperative Extension.

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  • East Union soars to the rescue

    After recent natural disasters hit the US, East Union students soared into action to help the victims of Hurricanes Harvey and Irma.

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  • Down on the Farm

    Students in the agriculture classes at East Union Middle School had the opportunity to turn in a project in order to go on a field trip.

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  • East Union Middle agriculture program introduces students to a world of possibilities

    East Union Middle's new agriculture program teaches students about the fundamentals of agriculture as well as environmental and natural resources. The program will provide students with the foundation they need if they choose to participate in the popular agriculture program at Forest Hills High.

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