Tuesday, September 18, 2018

UHS Daily Bulletin 9/20/18

UHS DAILY BULLETIN

September 20, 2018 "C" Day


In any moment of decision, the best thing you can do is the right thing. The worst thing you can do is nothing. – Theodore Roosevelt

EVENTS, ACTIVITIES, AND DEADLINES



Testing Center

Students wishing to test during their lunch, and pick up lunch to bring in first, must have a pass from the Testing Center 352 to be released from the cafeteria.

Please pick up a pass before homeroom.


Earth Club

There will be an Earth Club meeting Wednesday, September 26th after school until 3:30 in room 210.  All are welcome. Bring a friend!   


Boys Soccer Fan Bus

There will be a free fan bus for the Boys' Varsity Soccer game this Friday, 9/21 at 7:00 PM at Talen Energy Stadium against Garnet Valley.  The bus will depart UHS at 5:30 PM. If you wish to ride the bus, please email Frances Dolce at fmgscd@gmail.com Admission to the game is free and concessions will be available for purchase.  Please come out and support the team!





COUNSELING CENTER NEWS


Please see the Counseling Center website Event Calendar for more information.

SENIORS- Seniors should be scheduling their senior conference appointment through their Naviance account.

COLLEGE REPS ARE VISITING UHS THIS WEEK

Please sign up for a pass in Counseling.

Complete lists are updated daily in Naviance so check often:

Vanderbilt University at 9/20/18 8:15 AM

University of the Sciences in Philadelphia at 9/20/18 9:05 AM

Johns Hopkins University at 9/20/18 10:00 AM

University of Richmond at 9/20/18 1:00 PM

Elizabethtown College at 9/20/18 1:55 PM

Washington College at 9/21/18 9:05 AM

Elmira College at 9/21/18 1:00 PM

Delaware County Community College at 9/21/18 1:55 PM

PHILADELPHIA COLLEGE NIGHT IN SPANISH

This free event for Spanish-speaking families in the Philadelphia area will include representatives from area colleges and universities who will discuss undergraduate admissions and financial aid options. The program will conclude with an opportunity to speak with university representatives. The event will be held at the Temple University Science Education and Research Center next Tuesday at 6:00 pm and is a chance for students and family members who speak Spanish to learn about how to search for, apply to, and finance higher education in the United States. If you have any questions, please email us in English or Spanish at espanol@swarthmore.edu

COLLEGE VISITING IN THE AREA

Ever wondered what really happens inside the highly selective college admissions process? Who Gets In And Why, an interactive workshop designed by the Tufts University Office of Undergraduate Admissions, aims to show you. First, attendees will learn about academics and campus life at Tufts, setting the stage to talk about the community of students that Admissions seeks to admit.  Next, attendees will learn about the different components of a college application, and how those materials are evaluated by selective admissions offices. All are welcome, but pre-registration is strongly encouraged. Wednesday, October 10 at 7:00PM, Wynnewood, PA

COLLEGE FAIRS

PACAC Delaware County Regional College Fair- Penn State Brandywine- 9/27

Philadelphia Architecture & Design College Fair- Tyler School of Art- 10/6

Philadelphia National College Fair- October 14

Chester County College Fair- Exton Square Mall 6PM- 10/15/2018

NACAC National College Fair- Baltimore Convention Center 10/30 & 10/31 Register at GOTOMYNCF.COM

National Portfolio Day- Philadelphia 11/4

Philadelphia Performing & Visual Arts College Fair- November 6

TECHNICAL COLLEGE HIGH SCHOOL-TCHS OPEN HOUSE

September 27, 6-8PM. Get a tour and explore our facilities.

FINANCIAL AID NIGHT

Our annual Financial Aid Night is Thursday, October 11, 7-9PM in the Auditorium. The FAFSA filing season for the Class of 2019 launches October 1.

Topics to be discussed include:

* Tier Colleges & Affordability

* Completing the FAFSA Form

* Identifying Available Financial Aid: Grants, Scholarships, and Loans

* Defining the Expected Family Contribution

SCHOLARSHIPS

Questbridge National College Match Scholarship

For seniors with a household income of less than $65,000; top 5-10% of class. Please see Ms. Vaughn in Counseling if interested. Deadline is 9/27

The Unionville Community Fair (9/27) is looking for motivated young women to represent the fair as this year's Fair Queen and Fair Princess. The Queen and Princess pageant will require an essay and presentation on the importance of the community fair. The winners will receive a monetary scholarship as well as the opportunity to compete in the State pageant. Students interested in participating in the pageant should go to Unionville Fair Princess. Essay must be submitted by Friday 9/21.  

Prudential Spirit of Community Award-For students of all grades who make a difference though volunteering. Deadline 11/6

Bryan Scholarships at Davidson College. Athletic. Nomination due by 9/20

JOBS/VOLUNTEER & ENRICHMENT OPPORTUNITIES

Please see the board in the Counseling Center for more information.

·         Babysitter

·         Leardi Family Dentistry- Looking for student to work a few hours a week.

·         Norman's of Longwood Hallmark store- Contact store.

·         Perkin's in Avondale is looking for servers.


ATHLETICS

JV Girls Soccer

Unionville - 0

Henderson - 2


On Monday night the JV girls soccer team lost a close game to Henderson by a score of 2 to 0. The Unionville girls played hard and had many great opportunities. The girls play again Thursday night at Rustin.


Girls Soccer

After a tough overtime loss to Conestoga on Saturday, the team bounced back to defeat a good WC Henderson team 2-0 Monday night. Goals were scored by Paige Harlan and Sara Darlington while defenders Lindsey Barrett, Hannah Firment, Jules Munz and Emily Foote kept the Henderson attack in check. Next game is Thursday at Rustin.


Boys Varsity Ice Hockey

The varsity boys ice hockey team kicked off their season by defeating Strath Haven 2-0 last night.  In the first period, Cam Janofsky scored with a laser from the point, assisted by Ben Brucker. Ben also added a shorthanded goal in the second period.  A solid defensive effort combined with goalie Keigan Craig preserved a shutout. The second game of the Hicks Cup is Thursday night at Iceline. The team will face off against Haverford at 7:30 pm.  See U at the rink!


Boys Soccer

Unionville   (Away)             - 0

Henderson (Home)                   - 1


                                    1st Half - 2nd Half - Final  

Unionville                          0 - 0 -    0

Henderson                        0        - 1              - 1


Scoring:                              

Keifer (Henderson)         - Goal -     11:39 left in 2nd Half


Goalkeepers

Alex Dolce        (Unionville)                - 7 saves

Jon Jungkurth   (Henderson)               - 3 saves


Record:

Unionville   - 4 - 3

Henderson -  6 - 2



Swimming

Calling all swimmers!! While the season doesn't begin until mid November, we are busy preparing and organizing things for the season. If you are interested or even possibly interested, please reach out to Coach Elizabeth at swimuhs@gmail.com.  We will get you added to the teamsnap account and include you on all future announcements regarding the upcoming season and team. Go U!



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Kristin Smith
Unionville High School Main Office

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