• Academic Jackets - Year 1
  • FFA National Leadership Conference
  • National Honor Society 2017-2018
  • AVID class of 2022
  • High School Choir
  • Reality Store
  • We The People
  • Breakout in Mrs. Van Camp's room
FEB
05

FFA Leadership Development Workshop

FFA Leadership Development Workshop
Five members of the UC FFA Officer Team attended a 3-day workshop for officers/leaders to help them plan their year and learn about being a leader in their chapter.  The students learned about recruitment and retention to keep programs growing, as well as POA's, agriculture education, and many more topics for leaderrship development.
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FEB
02

UCJH Spelling Bee

UCJH Spelling Bee
Congratulations to these twelve students, six eighth grade and six seventh grade, who are scheduled to participate in the UC Junior High Spelling Bee on Monday, February 6, 2017, in room 101 at 12:30 p.m.

Seventh grade: Andrea Sanders, Camden Downey, Aaron King, Abigail Clemmons, Malachi Levesque, and Peyton Bogue

Eighth grade: Maisie Daggett, Brittani Hampton, Jodi Carpenter, Piter Sicolela, Kyle Buckingham, and Hunter Reagan

Parents/guardians who would like to attend should be in the high school office by 12:25 p.m.
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FEB
01

Union City FFA Recognized

Union City FFA Recognized
The Union City FFA was recognized for winning the Randolph County Soil Judging Contest at the Soil & Water Conservation District Banquet in Winchester.  The team consisting of Kyle Reichard, Kollin Warren, Katie Reichard, and Derick Williams placed first in the county contest, and sixth in the district contest out of over 40 teams.  This is the third straight year Union City has won the county championship.  Kyle Reichard was also recognized as the individual champion for the third straight year.  Great job by all!Kyle Awarded
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FEB
01

Mini Dance Clinic and Performance

Mini Dance Clinic and Performance
UCHS Indianettes are offering a clinic and performance opportunity on Tuesday, February 14 to students.

Clinic: 3:30-5:30 - PERFORMANCE THAT EVENING @ Boys’ Varsity Halftime. Clinic held in Haviza Court.

COST: $15.00 - Includes shirt, snack, two-hour instruction, free admittance for dancer to game, and halftime performance. Registration is due no later than Wednesday, Feb. 8th. Checks payable to UC Dance Team. Return form to NS or HS office.
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FEB
01

PTO-Scholastic Book Fairs

PTO-Scholastic Book Fairs
The annual book fairs are coming! Please support the book fairs to spread the love of reading as well as to support all students at Randolph Eastern School Corporation. 55% of each dollar spent goes right back to the school!

Online Book Fairs are open February 1-14.
Shop online at the Jr/Sr High School Book Fair
Shop online at North Side Elementary Book Fair

Union City Jr/Sr High School Book Fair
February 6, 7, 8 and 9, 2017
Monday [10:00A - 2:00P] in the cafetorium
Tuesday [10:00A - 2:00P]
Wednesday [10:00A - 2:00P]
Thursday [10:00A - 2:00P]

North Side Elementary Book Fair and Special Visitors Week
February 13, 14, 15, 16 and 17, 2017
Monday [9:00A - 3:00P] in the gym
Tuesday [9:00A - 3:00P]
Wednesday [9:00A - 3:00P]
Thursday [9:00A - 6:30P]*
Friday [9:00A - 1:00P]

*Thursday - Book fair is open 9 am - 6:30 pm for your convenience and the
North Side Family Reading Night will be in the library from 5:30 - 6:30 pm.
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JAN
31

RESC Surplus Auction

RESC Surplus Auction
Randolph Eastern School Corporation will be dispersing of surplus items in public auction through this link at PublicSurplus.com. Anyone can view items available at auction, but will want to register with PublicSurplus.com to place bids on items. The auction will be available until February 14.

Please contact the school corporation if you have any questions.
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JAN
29

JH FCA Discount Cards

JH FCA Discount Cards
Jr. High FCA discount cards are available! These cards are a great bargain and a wonderful opportunity to help the FCA. See Mr. Lynch, Mrs. Moore, or any JH FCA student. Thank you for your support. Click to see discounts available on card.
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JAN
23

UCJSHS Archery Team

UCJSHS Archery Team
The Union City Jr/Sr HS Archery Team competed this past Saturday in the Anderson Prep Academy Invitational. Twelve students from UC competed and did an outstanding job.

A perfect score is 300 points and here are the results from our archers who participated.

Ben Bagozzi - 162
Faith Rosely - 172
Shelby Gates - 176
Katie Reichard - 176
Johnny Delgado - 185
Zach Stewart - 192
Mariah Claywell - 196
Ian Glunt - 198
Andrew Price - 211
Katie Elliott - 221
Ida Zeller - 222
Canden Downey - 236

The team will be in action again this Saturday at the NASP State Qualifer held at Monroe Central. Good Luck!
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JAN
13

UCJH Student Honors Dylan Williams

UCJH Student Honors Dylan Williams
Hunter Regan, an 8th grade student, created decals to honor Dylan Williams' memory. Hunter's project is part of a 20% project in Mr. Kevin Lehman's science class. Students are given time to work on a project of their choosing. Hunter chose this project as one to honor a friend who tragcially lost his life at baseball practice. All money raised from Hunter's project goes to the Dylan Williams, Forever an All-Star Foundation. See Clinton Randall's article in the Early Bird paper.
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JAN
12

UC Senior Earns Sportsmanship Award

UC Senior Earns Sportsmanship Award
Union City senior Kora Kerns was presented with the Gary Horner Sportsmanship Award for her positive influence both on and off the court following Saturday’s Randolph County Tournament championship game.

“It was a total shock and surprise, because there are so many great seniors in the county. I am honored by the award and have had great role models and mentors – Sarah Black, Geoff and Nikki Grow,” Kerns told The Early Bird.

Kora was nominated for the honor by her basketball coach Sarah Black.

“She doesn’t know how to give anything, but 110 percent in everything she does,” Black said about Kerns. “She is never the player you wish you could get more out of…but the player you wish you had more of.”

“She is not afraid to be a positive role model who stands up and leads people in a positive direction,” Black added. “Kora’s actions on the basketball court speak for themselves, but she does so much more outside of this arena to make a positive impact on others.”

Beyond basketball, Kora has participated in multiple sports at Union City Jr/Sr High and currently holds an impressive academic 3.77 GPA.

Additionally, she dedicates her time to volunteer at community and church dinners, outreach programs and each year volunteers time to go on a mission trip with Wesley United Methodist Church.

Kora’s relationship with God carries onto the basketball court. She initiated and leads a prayer circle following each of the Lady Indians’ games in which their opponents are always invited to join – and usually always do.

“My pastor challenged me to start the prayer circles. Many times I was hesitant, but the unity of the teams coming together has been worth it,” Kerns said.

“I want to thank the Gary Horner family for supporting the community and athletes,” Kora concluded.

Gary Horner was a long-time head coach for the Winchester girls basketball program that made a positive impact on everyone around him. Each year the award is voted on by Randolph County school administrators and is presented to the most deserving nominee.

Story Courtesy of Clinton Randall at Blue Bag Media.
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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
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      Union City Jr.-Sr. HS
      603 N. Walnut Street
      Union City, IN 47390

      Aaron Black, Principal
      Tel: 765-964-4840
      Fax: 765-964-3775
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      North Side Elementary
      905 N. Plum Street
      Union City, IN 47390

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