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This week, Hemby Bridge Elementary first grader Jonathan Page will experience a life-changing event as he fulfills his dream of meeting Golden State Warriors superstar Stephen Curry.
Four UCPS elementary schools are now advancing to the Final Four round of this year’s Books and Brackets reading challenge.
From dance parties to read-a-thons to mystery book scavenger hunts, all 30 UCPS elementary schools have found creative ways to encourage and celebrate their students during the Books and Brackets challenge.
On March 13, more than a dozen Health Sciences Academy at Monroe Middle students proudly wore lab coats as they patiently stood next to brightly colored trifold poster boards in the school’s gymnasium. It was the middle school’s science fair, and for an hour, the students expertly fielded questions about their projects from a panel of judges that included City of Monroe Mayor Bobby Kilgore, Union County Board of Commissioners Vice Chairman Richard Helms, Atrium Health Union President Mike Lutes and more.