Thursday, June 8, 2017

UHS Daily Bulletin 6/9/17


June 9, 2017 Day "E"


Without self-discipline, success is impossible, period.

–Lou Holtz



Donut Sale

Don't take your exams on an empty stomach! The Backpacks for Barrett Town Club will be selling donuts before school today, Friday! Stop by the Gym Lobby before school and grab a delicious donut for only $1. It's a great cause and a great way to head into Day 1 of Finals!


Attention Sophomore Student-Athletes: 


We will administer IMPACT Concussion Baseline tests for current sophomore student-athletes on Monday and Tuesday after Final Exams. Testing will take place in the UHS Writing Center at 10:45am. Sophomores that complete the test next week will have fulfilled their junior-year baseline test requirement. Please arrive promptly and bring a signed IMPACT Testing Consent Form. Consent Forms may be found in the UHS Main Office or Athletics Office. Testing should take less than 45 minutes. If you have any questions, please contact Mrs. Weaver in Athletics.


Please check out the Counseling Center website for additional counseling news!


Reminders TO SENIORS:

FINAL TRANSCRIPTS: Your attending college requires you to submit a copy of your final high school transcript. Some schools will not allow you to register for classes until they have received it.  We will send the majority of these transcripts electronically. For those postal-only colleges, you will need to provide your counselor with a regular business size envelope addressed to the college and one stamp. 


SAT TEST on August 26, 2017

Register at Regular deadline is 7/28. Late deadline is 8/8.



Please see the board in Counseling.





Women's Soccer Camp

The UHS Summer Soccer Camp preparation is well on its way.  The #1 event to support the UHS soccer team is this summer camp.  We have the same time/date/cost as last year.  With over 40 in attendance in 2016, our goal is to exceed that in 2017.  There is not a better value for your money….and we kept it local.  To boot, there will be team-building activities after every session including:  Rita's Water Ice truck, Mojo Loco (taco) truck, and a talent show.

 For the Middle School parents, this is the second year we have included the Patton players.  Not only is it a great way to learn how Coach Rata manages at the high school level, but it also build a talent pipeline to maintain success long-term.  It is highly encouraged that you daughter's participate.

 Your prompt response allows us to manage the costs versus the number of trainers appropriately.  Please print up this year's summer camp registration form, which can be found on the UHS website under Athletics and send to Kris Jaenisch (1004 Mather Lane, West Chester, PA 19382).