School News

  • Neale Bayly speaks to Leadership class

    “I invent my life,” quoted by Neale Bayly who recently came to UCEC and spoke to Mrs. Bell’s Leadership class about an upcoming school-wide fundraiser they will be sponsoring.

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  • Scholarship Recipients

    Two of our 2022 graduates, or Super Seniors in UCEC vernacular, Dominic Done and Jahnia Harrigan, each received a “Student of Success Scholarship,” provided by State of Success, Inc.

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  •  Freshman Will Ross

    UCEC Freshman Makes an Impact!

    Mrs. Lashley’s book club gathered 210 books for Promising Pages, a Charlotte-based, non-profit organization.

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  • Teacher of the Year

    Mrs. Lashley was voted UCEC Teacher of the Year. She was chosen by her fellow teachers who all enjoy working with her.

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  • UCEC's Union Power Grant Winner

    Mr. Roncone, UCEC’s PE and health teacher, submitted a grant proposal to Union Power Cooperative. On November 28, a representative from the company presented this $2,000 grant to Mr. Roncone. The grant will allow UCEC to purchase equipment such as table tennis, air hockey, billiards, and bumper pool gaming tables for the Cyclone Shelter activity center on our campus. Allowing students the opportunity to bond with one another outside of the academic setting. Mr. Roncone tells us, “This is the fourth time a grant proposal which I have written was funded by the Union Power Cooperative on behalf of my students. Good writing skills are essential in today’s world.”

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  • National Native American Heritage Month

    Did you know the month of November is “National Native American Heritage Month?” The purpose of this designation is, to recognize and acknowledge Native Americans’ contributions to the growth and establishment of the United States of America. Originally, president Ronald Reagan proclaimed May 13, 1983, as “American Indian Day.” This was later changed to “American Indian Week” and by 1991, Congress proclaimed November, “American Indian Heritage Month.”

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  • Preparing for high school: program options, key dates, resources and more

    Through various academies, pathways, and courses, students have access to a number of rigorous programs that will prepare them for college and/or the workforce. UCPS has developed a webpage to guide families and inform them about virtual information sessions, key dates and links to important resources.

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  • Technology Tutorials for Students

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  • UCPS Highlights Class of 2020

    UCPS Highlights Class of 2020

    UCEC Senior, Davida Massard, tells her story that started at the age of 13.

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  •  Class of 2020 Graduation

    Class of 2020 Graduation

    Commencement Ceremony June 23rd

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  •  School Counseling Student Needs Assessment

    UCEC School Counseling Assistance

    School Counselors are here to help.

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  •  Officer Rick Killian

    Officer Rick Kilian

    Officer Killian presents forensic information.

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  •  Army Sergeants visit UCEC

    Army Sergeants Visit UCEC

    Sergeants Christian Shroyer and Gary Roberts presented to UCEC Career Management students.

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