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NS Iron Sharpens Iron - May 4

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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 - Alejandro, Alvaro; 1 - Yared J., Kyra S.; 2 - Aurora M., Dylan S.; 3 - Kara A., Rylin W.; 4 - Miguel L., Zuriel B.; 5 - Evey M., Riley H.; 6 - Austin H., Kory J.
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MAY
03

UCJSHS Summer School

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Any student interested in taking an English course, Algebra I or in need of Credit Recovery from a failed course should sign-up in the Guidance Office.

Students will have until Friday, May 18 to sign-up.

Summer School will be during the month of June. The English and Algebra I courses will be for a period of 4 weeks, 4 days a week (Monday - Thursday) and 4 hours each day ([8:00a - 12:00p])
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NS Iron Sharpens Iron - April 27

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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 - Kalena C., Adrian E.; 1 - Arianah G., Kasey B.; 2 - Gavin D., Ivan O.; 3 - Dawson O., Jayden M.; 4 - Campbell K., Arleth B.; 5 - Elianna B., Araceli F.; 6 - Corbin R., Kylie R.
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DECA Competes in Atlanta, GA

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The following students attended the International Career Development Conference in Atlanta, GA: Connor Kerns, Ellie Kerns, Justiss Cantu, Haley Whitesel, Reagan Hoggatt and Sophia Spence. Miss Kuehl and the students left after Prom around 11:30 p.m. and arrived in Atlanta around 9:15 Sunday morning. The students had to go right to their sessions.

Connor and Ellie competed in Sports and Entertainment Marketing. They have competed together since their sophomore year. As juniors, they placed 6th in the state. As seniors, they placed 2nd in the state and qualified to compete at the International Career Development Conference.

Justiss Cantu and Haley Whitesel represented the TeePee in School-Based Enterprise Food Service. They received an Award of Excellence. That means they scored above an 80% on their presentation.

Reagan Hoggatt and Sophia Spence represented Apache Design in School-Based Enterprise Retail Operations. They also attended the Empower Academy for State Officer Training. These ladies will be DECA State Officers next year.

The students were also able to tour the World of Coke and ride the Ferris Wheel in Centennial Park. They wanted to tour CNN but the tours were sold out for the day that they had time.

Miss Kuehl would like to thank everyone for their continued support of Union City DECA. 
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HS Art Show Results

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Congratulations to Oswaldo Pena and Jakob Dye for winning 1st Place in the Recycle Art category this weekend at the Randolph County H.S. Art Show!

Other winners include 2nd Place Janiese Ramos for her amazing pastel drawing, Kaley Adkins, Paul Bailey Jr., Spencer Thomas, and Kira Killian for their 3rd place prize in the Sculpture category. Honorable Mentions also went out to Mackenzie Green and Alexus Wells.

Thank you, students and Mr. Carroll for representing UC so well!
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HS Students of the Month - April

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Congratulations to Kyler Purdin and Paul Bailey who were nominated and selected by the teachers and staff as students of the month for April. Kyler and Paul are identified as being exemplary students and citizens in the high school building.
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NS Iron Sharpens Iron - April 20

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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 - Annabelle V., Marian R.; 1 - Parker Y., Diego W.; 2 - Alanna E., Jose V.; 3 - Quenton C., Gracie D.; 4 - Jac O., Lindsey E.; 5 - Kamran S., Samantha A.; 6 - Kybree W., Richard C.
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FCCLA Collecting Shoes to Donate To Those in Need

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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 April 16th and will continue through April 30th. Shoes can be donated at the school.
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UCJH Reality Store

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Mrs. Kathy Moore organized an amazing 8th Grade Reality store for our students on Friday, April 13. Students had an up-close-and-personal look at trying to make ends meet with the careers and lifestyles they chose to explore.  It is eye opening for students that so many things they take for granted actually cost money!  It was a great experience! Thank you Mrs. Kathy Moore.
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Senior AVID Students Explore Geometry with Second Grade Students

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Mrs. Wambo's senior AVID students worked with second-grade students this week to learn more about geometry in around the world through Nearpod and a Virtual Reality headset. Students took virtual trips to Italy, Egypt, India, and China to find real-life examples of geometry and symmetry in the shapes found in the architecture of these places. Students looked for quadrilaterals in Italy, triangles in Egypt, circles in India and symmetry in China. 
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      Union City, IN 47390

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