OCT
18

NS - First Nine Weeks Honor Roll

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3rd Grade
All A’s- Domanick Auske, Avari Craiger, Alanna Escobar, Tre Gellinger, Mylo Jasso, Wesley Miller, Braydon Pratt, and Ava Reichard.
All A’s and B’s- Tayson Barbour, Carter Buckingham, Alexis Carter, Emily De La Torre Sanchez, Gavin Dunlap, Victoria Floreano, Justin Gonzalez, Xiana Gonzalez, Kolby Hinkle, Caleb Holder, Cael Holt, Aaliyah Jones, Jackson Liss, Luis Lopez-Mariscal, Natalie Ortiz Gonsalez, Brooklyn Padgett, Tucker Peters, Kayleigh Prescott, Olivia Raymond, Dylan Shinaver, Treyton Spence, Jose Vasquez, Allison Vazquez, and Kara Walser.

4th Grade
All A’s- Kara Allen, Valeria Avila, Allyson Carter, London Cotter, Sofia Emerick, Gabriella Huston, and Mia Reichard.
All A’s and B’s- Nathaniel Allen, Isabella Armantrout, Aaden Baker, Adalynn Banda, Cintia Banda, Charles Beam, Logan Besser, Mylie Bocanegra, Keianna Brantley, Quenton Charles, Levi Clark, Trace Green, Madison Holden, Ashlynn Keaser, Emmi Kreiner, Addison Meade, Cameron Miller, Novah Mote, Luis Nieto, Dawson Overleese, Alena Ruiz, Taysen Stewart, Kierra Thacker, Asa Vaughn, Rylin Wall, and Olive Williford.

5th Grade
All A’s- Zuriel Burkett, Kya Davis, Gavin Elmore, Carson Hathaway, Campbell Kerns, Ezequiel Mayorga, Maxwell Retter, and Brianna Williams.
All A’s and B’s- Arleth Banda, Andrew Bowers, Keian Brockman, Jayson Conner, Grant Elliott, Lindsey Evans, Chloe Fox, Angeline Gonzalez-Garcia, Mylee Hoffman, Nikolai Leedom, Aaden Linder, Miguel Luciano-Keener, Sophia Noggle, Nathaniel Partin, Khyira Randall, and Oscar Reyna Schoa.

6th Grade
All A’s- Shelby Arnold, Elianna Banda, Emma Blankley, Vanderlei Burkett, Lee Charles, Luke Collins, Madilynne Cotter, Blake Curry, Ena Durbin, Colton Emerick, Araceli Floreano, Ava Jefferis, Mya LaFuze, Keegan Livingston, Evelynn Miller, Jace O’Connor, Marisol Osornio, Becca Overleese, Elizabeth Prinkey, Kamran Shelby, Donovan Shinaver, Bailey Sites, Kiernan Watson, and Sydney Welch.
All A’s and B’s- Sammantha Ash, Isabella Bahena, Raquel Carmona, Miranda Clark, Anevicia Cox-Ramos, Maegan Dickmann, Rachel Eley, Mikaylee Hoffman, Brennan Hoggatt, Quincy Middaugh, Khylie Morris, Kyra Mullens, Gabrielle Ordonez, Zachary Ordonez, Oaklee Reichard, Auston Roth, Carter Sickels, Rodney Sickels, Trendon Spence, Addison Thornburg, Jacob Thornburg, and Anthony Wyant.
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OCT
12

NS - Iron Sharpens Iron Oct. 12

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Congratulations to the following students for earning Iron Sharpens Iron t-shirts. Thank you, Chief Shoemaker and the UCFD for helping to recognize students who work hard to be great students. K - Jack T.; 1 - Addison R.; 2 - Quinten H.; 3 - Jose V.; 4 - Amaya C.; 5 - Lindsey E.; 6 - Ava J.
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OCT
05

NS - Iron Sharpens Iron October 5

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Congratulations to the following students for earning Iron Sharpens Iron t-shirts. Thank you, Chief Shoemaker and the UCFD for helping to recognize students who work hard to be great students. K - Tenley I.; 2 - Alex D.; 3 - Eimy R.; 4 - Avery K.; 5 - Preston G.; 6 - Donovan S.
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SEP
28

NS - Iron Sharpens Iron Sept. 28

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Congratulations to the following students for earning Iron Sharpens Iron t-shirts. Thank you, Chief Shoemaker and the UCFD for helping to recognize students who work hard to be great students. K - Mykal B.; 2 - Adrian E.; 3 - Alanna E.; 4 - Mia R.; 5 - Nikolai L.; 6 - Keegan L.
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SEP
21

UC Jr. High Drama Club to Present School Play

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“Dr. Evil and the Basket of Kittens” takes the stage on Oct. 3
By Brad Hoggatt, RESC Correspondent

The Union City Junior High Drama Club, made up of students in grades 5th, 6th, 7th, and 8th, will present a two act comedy on Wednesday, October 3 beginning at 7:00 p.m. in the Randolph Eastern Performing Arts Center. Brian Taylor’s “Dr. Evil and the Basket of Kittens” is sure to delight audiences of all ages.

This darkly funny farce pits the eternal battle of pure evil against innocent fuzzy goodness. Dr. Evil wants to destroy the world, but when a basket of kittens arrives on his doorstep, it’s his own world that gets turned upside down. The Council of Evil is set to arrive any minute for the unveiling of the thermal ray — Dr. Evil’s latest weapon of world domination — and he must impress them at all costs. If the Council finds him with this basketful of precious kittens, they may never offer the financial backing he needs to complete his dastardly project. Being truly evil, there is only one solution that Dr. Evil can think of- total kitten annihilation! But with several identical baskets going in and out of his lab and the crazy antics of his assistant’s mummified mother, his own vampire mother and the practical-joke-loving family of hybrid hyena werewolves who live next door, the kittens just may make it out alive. Audience members will likely be rooting for the precious little fur balls the whole way. Or will they be as evil as Dr. Evil himself? One thing is for certain, being bad has never been this much fun!

Staring in this year’s production are Becca Overleese, Keegan Livingston, Brennan Hoggatt, Kalam Denney, Sylaris Denney, Anthony Wyant, Brianna Williams, and Sullivan Thomas. Also, Ena Durbin, Madi Cotter, Abby Stapleton, Grant Elliott, Campbell Kerns, Gavin Elmore, Reina Farias, and Luis Velasco. Special cameo appearances will be made by former participants Braydon Hoggatt, Mariah Claywell, Lyndsee Mills, and Emily Livingston.

Admission for this production is $2 for Adults and $1 for Students, grades K-12. Doors will open for admission at 6:30 p.m.
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SEP
14

NS - Iron Sharpens Iron Sept. 14

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Congratulations to the following students for earning Iron Sharpens Iron t-shirts. Thank you, Chief Shoemaker and the UCFD for helping to recognize students who work hard to be great students. K - Owen J.; 1 - Quintin E.; 2 - Emmanuel A.; 3 - Ava R.; 4 - Michael A.; 5 - Campbell K.; 6 - Coltin E.
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SEP
09

Scholastic Book Fair Takes Over North Side

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By Brad Hoggatt

The students at North Side Elementary school are benefitting from books, more so than ever! This week, the Scholastic Book Fair has set up shop in the school’s gymnasium, giving the kids an easy opportunity to add to their own home collections. Wendy Smith, RESC Board member, and Book Fair coordinator is thrilled to help create this event each year for the students. “I started this project when my own daughters were at North Side. I fell in love so much with the event, that now the school can’t get rid of me!” But everyone at North Side agrees- Smith is why the Book Fair is such a great draw for the students and they hope she continues this for years to come.

Where most schools are lucky enough to host one book fair each year, Smith has made it a biannual event, creating two memorable book fairs each school year. With themes, decorations, and costumes, each Scholastic Book Fair that Smith chairs is enjoyed by all! This year’s theme, “The Enchanted Forest” features fanciful wall murals and trees, complete with woodland critters and gnome doors!

The Scholastic Book Fair is open every day of the week during the school day, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., but will have extended hours this Thursday, 10 a.m. to 6:30 p.m., in order to coordinate with North Side’s Family Cookout. Book prices start as low as $2 for a new, paperback chapter book, and can run up to $20 for the newest, hardback book. Community friends are encouraged to visit, as well. Please note, though, that all guests to North Side must first register in the office.
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07

NS - Iron Sharpens Iron September 7

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Congratulations to the following students for earning Iron Sharpens Iron t-shirts. Thank you, Chief Shoemaker and the UCFD for helping to recognize students who work hard to be great students. K - Emma C.; 1 - Leiny B.; 2 - Alexandra P.; 3 - Lane M.; 4 - Trace G.; 5 - Jasmine B.; 6 - Meagan D.
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SEP
06

UC to Celebrate Homecoming in “Seuss-ical” Style

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By Brad Hoggatt

On Friday, September 14, the Indians of Union City will host the Northeastern Knights for the school’s annual Homecoming Football Game, and the students at RESC will be celebrating all week with a lot of fantastic activities, planned for them by the UCJSHS Student Council. This year’s overall theme is sure to be a crowd pleaser- “Dr. Seuss.”

UCJSHS Student Council sponsor Kylee Hopkins shared some of this year’s dress up days for the school. “We wanted to include each student at RESC. With permission from Mr. Black at the high school and from Mr. Winkle at North Side, every student can share in the spirit of Homecoming.” Spirit days at RESC will start on Monday, September 10 with “One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish, Blue Fish” Day- all students should wear their grades specified colors (this information has been shared with all classroom teachers to share with their students). On Tuesday, September 11, they will celebrate “Oh, The Places You’ll Go” Day by wearing their favorite college apparel.

On Wednesday, September 12, the high schoolers will show their spirit by wearing their class’s Powder Puff shirts, while the students at North Side and in the Junior High are encouraged to wear school colors. That evening at 7 p.m., the community is invited to the football field to watch the annual Powder Puff Game. This tradition has been around for many years- the men of each class have the opportunity to be the coaches of their class’s team, while the ladies are the players!

Continuing with the activities on Thursday, the school will honor the book “Fox in Socks” by having crazy sock day. And finally, for Friday, September 14, North Siders are encouraged to wear their Iron Sharpens Iron shirts (or school colors) while the students at UCJSHS wear their school colors. The week-long Homecoming festivities will culminate with the annual parade, starting at 3:30 p.m., and football game with kickoff at 7 p.m. This year’s Grand Marshal for the Homecoming parade is UC graduate and biggest fan, Miss Randi Rose. Says Hopkins, “The selection for Grand Marshal was a no-brainer. We wanted someone with spirit, who loves Union City, and is known by everyone. It was an absolute must to have Randi in our parade!” Along with Rose, the parade will consist of the Homecoming candidates for King and Queen, as well as the floats constructed by the classes and their sponsors. This year, the Freshman Class will present “The Cat in the Hat” while the Sophomores share “Whoville.” The Juniors have chosen “How the Grinch Stole Christmas” and the Seniors are taking on “The Lorax.” To view the parade, be sure to find a spot along it’s regular route- the parade will travel south on Walnut Street to Pearl, turning west. Once on Pearl Street, it will travel to Columbia Street, turning north up Columbia Street, through downtown Union City, until reaching Division Street. From there, it will travel east down Division, returning to the school.
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AUG
31

Box Tops for Education - “I scream, You scream, We ALL scream for… BOX TOPS!”

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By Brad Hoggatt, Collection Coordinator

August is nearly complete- our first month of school is almost a memory! Where has the time gone? It has been a great start to our school year, and everyone seems rejuvenated and refreshed, ready to make 2018-2019 the best school year yet at North Side. As our school year begins, so does our efforts in collecting Box Tops.

Box Tops for Education is a fantastic opportunity allowing schools to help them raise some needed funds to support their students. Each Box Top collected awards the school with $.10. This might not seem like a fortune, but with everyone working together, we can bring in a lot of money by simply cutting out a tiny square of cardboard or plastic! Companies like General Mills, Kleenex, Ziploc, Yoplait, and Old El Paso (and many more) support the Box Tops for Education program. Please visit www.boxtops4education.com to find more companies who support it, as well as ways to earn extra Box Tops. You can also download the Box Tops Bonus app onto your phone to find ways to collect more (it is VERY easy to do and use, but it requires you to take photos of your receipt, and sometimes those receipts are rather long!). Finally, you can join the North Side Box Tops page on Facebook. Search for “@BoxTopsAtNorthSide” to find it!

This year’s theme is “I scream, You scream, We all scream for...BOX TOPS!” Each classroom at North Side will have their own “cone” outside of their classroom. Each Box Tops sheet completed and returned to the school will earn their class a “scoop” of ice cream. Prizes will be awarded for every 7th sheet turned in. The class at the end of the school year who’s collected the most sheets will be awarded a Grand Prize.

You can start sending Box Tops sheets in with your child after we return from Labor Day weekend. Please make sure you’ve attached each Box Top securely to the submission page in the spot they are needed (staples, glue sticks, or a strip of Scotch tape work best- rolled tape on the back of each Box Top does not work well). A collection sheet is coming home soon with your child. If you need more Box Tops sheets, you can pick them up in the North Side office or notify your child’s classroom teacher.

Be sure to invite your family, friends, neighbors, church friends, and our local businesses to help! The more Box Tops we can collect, the more money we can earn to benefit our students!

Thank you so much for supporting this program- we are looking forward to another banner year with Box Tops!
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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
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      RESC will inspire, instruct, and support our students as they develop into responsible, productive citizens.
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