• High School Choir
  • Academic Jackets - Year 1
  • Breakout in Mrs. Van Camp's room
  • FFA National Leadership Conference
  • AVID class of 2022
  • National Honor Society 2017-2018

UCJSHS Perfect Attendance

UCJSHS Perfect Attendance
Congratulations to the following students for achieving Perfect Attendance:

4th Nine Weeks
SEVENTH GRADE – Colin Anguiano, Adrian Corona-Lara, Hunter Curry, Kailee Douglas, Nathaniel Fields, Braydon Hoggatt, Emily Livingston, Carlee Rismiller, Nathan Ruiz
EIGHTH GRADE – Gabriel Addington, Cameron Brengman, Savannah Brewer, Treyden Dye, Zachary Gard, Ian Glunt, Brittani Hampton, Alexandria Partin, Scott Thomas
FRESHMEN – Grace Collins, Luzmaria Corona, Camryn Jewell, Shelby King, Kenneth Mounce, Stetson Nicholson, Kennedy Phillips, Morgan Wymer
SOPHOMORES – Emma Brewer, Antonio Calderon, Abigail Crowder, Peyton Doughty, Reagan Hoggatt, Britney Kniesly, Nikiria Neal, Corey Whitesel
JUNIORS – Haley Addington, Kaleb Fenton, James Cameron Vincent
SENIORS – Migel Corona Lara, Elizabeth Sowinski, Tyler Stewart, Kollin Warren

Second Semester
SEVENTH GRADE – Adrian Corona-Lara, Emily Livingston
EIGHTH GRADE – Savannah Brewer, Treyden Dye, Ian Glunt, Alexandria Partin
FRESHMEN – Luzmaria Corona,
SOPHOMORES – Emma Brewer, Antonio Calderon, Peyton Doughty, Reagan Hoggatt, Nikiria Neal, Corey Whitesel
JUNIORS – Kaleb Fenton
SENIORS – Migel Corona Lara, Elizabeth Sowinski, Tyler Stewart, Kollin Warren

For the 2016-2017 School Year
SEVENTH GRADE – Emily Livingston
SOPHOMORES – Emma Brewer, Antonio Calderon, Corey Whitesel
JUNIORS – Kaleb Fenton
SENIORS – Kollin Warren
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Bilingual Family Night

Bilingual Family Night
RESC hosted its third annual Bilingual Family Night. North Side students performed in plays in both English and Spanish. Junior High and High School students created games and activities for students and families to play. Thank you Mrs. Elmore and Mrs. Teegarden for a great evening of fun!
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JH Student Council Donates to Randolph County Cancer Services

JH Student Council Donates to Randolph County Cancer Services
The Jr. High Student Council donated $200.00 to the Randolph County Cancer Services.

Members include: Emily Livingston, Katie Elliott, Kyle Buckingham, Hunter Reagan, Braydon Hoggatt, Andrea Sanders, and Mikayla Killian.
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PTO Thanks - Spring Carnival

PTO Thanks - Spring Carnival
Parents, Teachers, Staff,
Organizations, PTO, Volunteers
Community & Local Businesses for all your support & help this year!

Special thanks to raffle donors:
3M Excavating
A & W
Accents on You
AMC Theater
American Legion
Ansonia Lumber
Applegate Livestock
Aukerman’s Service
Best Buy
Bouser’s Barn
Buckeye Beer & Wine
Carts & Parts
Charlie & Sally Haviza
Chuck E. Cheese
Citizens State Bank
Clear Chiropractic
Club 7
Colts Football Team
Conner Prairie
Corner Cupboard
Culy Construction
Culy Contracting
Dayton Dragons Baseball Team
Didier Hardware
Evans Jewelry
Tin Caps Baseball Team
First Merchants Bank
Frank Miller Lumber
Garver Manufacturing
Ghyslain Chocolatier
Gillman Home Center
Glass Component Inc.
Glunt Concrete & Sales
HIS World of Hair
Holiday World & Splashin Safari
Hub City Propane
Husmann & Stemmer
Indianapolis Children’s Museum
J.T.’s Restaurant
Jo’s Corner Florist
John Mills
Johnson Towing & Trucking
JW Smith Trucking
Kaup’s Pharmacy
Kent Thornburg Farms
Kerns Brothers, Inc.
Kings Island
Kitchen Aid
Livingston Auto
Main Source Bank
Marco’s Pizza
Mark Winkle
Muncie Children’s Museum
Ohio Valley Gas
Orscheln Farm & Home
Pacers Basketball Team
Pinney’s Tanning
Pizza Hut
Pizza King
Portland Golf Club
Rapid Fired Pizza
Reds Baseball Team
Reichard Funeral Home
Reit Price Company
Rick Root
Scene 75
Science Central
Sherwin Williams
Shockney Electric
Sky Zone
Stachler Accounting
Starlite Skating Rink
Steve Threewits Farms
Taqueria Luz Tacos
Timmons Water Systems
Tiny Tots Preschool
Tolly’s Gastropub
Towne Square Cinema
UC Elks Club
UC Golf Club
Versailles Inn
Wasson Nursery
Webb Jewelry
Weiland Jewellers
White Springs Golf Club
Whitestone Computers
Wicks Pies
Wiley Water Systems
Winchester Golf Club
Winner’s Meat Market
Wise Supply
Wood Electric
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HS Students Blogging about Books

HS Students Blogging about Books
During the 2nd semester of the 2016-17 school year, Mrs. Wambo's sophomore and senior English classes participated in blogging about their book report books.  Please read their book suggestions and post your own appropriate comments or questions.
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DECA International Career Development Conference

DECA International Career Development Conference
Good Luck to Kora Kerns, Emma Baron, Elizabeth Sowinski, Landry Zimmers, Hailey Mills and Ellie Kerns who will be attending the International Career Development Conference in Anaheim, CA this week. Ms. Becky Kuehl will be attending the conference with them.
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UCJH Students Use Robots and Fly a Drone

UCJH Students Use Robots and Fly a Drone
Mr. Kevin Lehman's science classes have been using technology kits offered by the ECESC for students to experiment with robots and a drone. Students have been learning about coding and then coded Spheros and Ollies to perform specific actions, as well as flying a drone.
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FCCLA - Kick Off Your Shoes and Reuse

FCCLA - Kick Off Your Shoes and Reuse
The Family, Career, and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) organization at Union City Jr/Sr High School has teamed up with Randolph County Solid Waste Management District to collect shoes, new or used, of any kind. Working with Changing Footprints, an Indiana organization that collects shoes to support the homeless and underprivileged right here in Indiana, as well as disaster stricken areas and the needy around the world, the activity will kick off on Earth Day, April 22 and will continue through May 8.

Collection bins are in the North Side office foyer as well as the Jr/Sr High School office foyer.
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UCHS Criminal Justice Class

UCHS Criminal Justice Class
The students from Assistant Chief Bradbury's Criminal Justice class have been working on latent fingerprint development. They have processed many different prints on many different surfaces. They have used traditional fingerprint powders, magnetic powders, and florescent powders. They have even used chemical methods to develop prints. In some of these photos, the students were able to use a chemical process to pull duct tape from paper, and then use a chemical agent to recover latent prints from the sticky side of the tape.
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SADD - Mock Car Crash and Other Prom Week Activities

SADD - Mock Car Crash and Other Prom Week Activities
SADD teamed up with the UC Fire Department and Police Department on Thursday to present a mock car crash for students in grades 7-12. This is an annual event to bring awareness to the real and legal consequences for destructive decisions.

Monday is the Chain of Life Day. Students will sign the prom promise as they enter school and lunch. Students and Staff should wear Red.
Tuesday is a Seat Belt Promotion. Students will be given a safety belt with duct tape. Students and Staff should wear Iron Sharpens Iron shirts to support the local Fire Department and Police Department.
Wednesday is Drunk Goggles/Golf Cart. SADD will hold sobriety tests using the goggles and a golf cart during lunch. Students and Staff should participate in PJ Day (Don't be a bum show up to prom).
Thursday is Community shirts (Club picture day).
Friday is Grim Reaper Day. The grim reaper will take people from classes, students will have their faces painted white and have a tag for their cause of death. Students and Staff should wear Red, White, & Blue.
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    • Central Office

      Randolph Eastern School Corp
      731 N. Plum Street
      Union City, IN 47390

      Lisa Smith, Superintendent
      Tel: 765-964-4994
      Fax: 765-964-6590
    • Jr.-Sr. High School

      Union City Jr.-Sr. HS
      603 N. Walnut Street
      Union City, IN 47390

      Aaron Black, Principal
      Tel: 765-964-4840
      Fax: 765-964-3775
    • Elementary

      North Side Elementary
      905 N. Plum Street
      Union City, IN 47390

      Mark Winkle, Principal
      Tel: 765-964-6430
      Fax: 765-964-3445
    • Vision Statement

      RESC will inspire, instruct, and support our students as they develop into responsible, productive citizens.
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