UHS DAILY BULLETIN
January 23, 2017 Day "F"
The ultimate measure of a man is not where he stands in moments of comfort and convenience, but where he stands at times of challenge and controversy. -Martin Luther King Jr.
EVENTS, ACTIVITIES, AND DEADLINES
Lottery winners may pick up your pass and make a payment in the main office today. Payments can be made by check payable to "UHS Activities" or cash in the amount of $100.
New permit holders may begin driving on Wednesday January 25.
Questions may be directed to Mrs. Drumheller in the main office at 610-347-1600 x3008
Mid Term Exam Schedule
EXAM Day 3
Monday January 23, 2017
Periods 4/5 or 5/6 and periods 6/7 or 7/8 Exams-Release time 10:35AM
Cafeteria Closed-Cyber Café open until noon
EXAM Day 4
Tuesday January 24,2017
Periods 9 and 10 Exams-Release time 10:35AM-Cafeteria Closed-Cyber Café open until noon
Fitness Center Hours During Exams
The Fitness Center will operate on the following schedule during exams:
Monday, 1/23/17 - Closed
Tuesday, 1/24/17 - Closed
Wednesday, 1/25/17 - Resume normal hours of 2:45pm - 4:45pm each day
Free Admission to Games for Unionville and Patton Students
As a reminder for UHS and Patton students, you no longer need to buy tickets for Unionville home sporting events - with the exception of football games and playoffs. We are happy to provide this benefit for our District students. We do ask that all students present their school-issued student IDs at games. Unionville High School event workers will begin to enforce this rule, so please remember to bring your ID!
College-Athlete Photo Opportunity
February 1st is the second National Letter of Intent signing date of the school-year. On this date, we will be taking group photos of our athletes at 7:15AM. Any senior-athlete who has played at the Varsity level for Unionville High School this year, and plans to continue their playing career in college, is invited to attend. This photo opportunity is open to all UHS Varsity student-athletes that will play in college (D1, D2, D3, etc.)
So that coaches and parents may be included, we ask that athletes planning to attend please come to the Athletic Office (Room 176) by Wednesday, January 25th to sign-up. Please note, there will be one final photo opportunity for senior-athletes in May.
2017 UHS USED BOOK SALE - NEIGHBORHOOD BOOK COLLECTION - ROUTE SIGN UP
The 2017 Used Book Collection will be Saturday, January 21, 2017.
Once again, we will need Juniors and Seniors with driver's licenses to kick off the 2017 Used Book Sale by collecting used books from neighborhoods in our District. Freshmen/Sophomores can volunteer too, but will need a parent to do the driving. http://www.signupgenius.com/go/5080f4ca8ae2f4-2017
A link to a Google Docs spreadsheet listing the routes is below. Streets are grouped together in numbered routes. Please click on the link, find the route that you prefer, and then sign up for that route number on the Signup Genius.
You may sign up for more than one route. You may collect by yourself or with friends. Just be sure that everyone collecting with you is signed up to insure that they get community service hours. When listing your phone number, please be sure to enter the number where you can be reached on collection day.
In the event of a school closure on collection day (such as for snow), collection will take place the following Saturday.
So, on January 21st, you should start collection after 9:00 AM. When all the streets on your routes are finished and/or your cars are full, bring collected books to the UHS Cafeteria LGI (at the gym entrance) to unload. Book sale committee members will be at school to meet you. It may take multiple trips to complete your route.
HOURS COLLECTING USED BOOKS QUALIFY FOR COMMUNITY SERVICE HOURS, INCLUDING NHS "MANDATORY" HOURS.
Testing Center Hours
After school testing will not be available on Tuesday, January 24 (student 1/2 day).
The Testing Center will be open until 2:18 pm on Monday, January 23, 2017 and Tuesday, January 24, 2017. (Student Mid Term Exams and Student 1/2 days).
COUNSELING CENTER NEWS
Please check out the Counseling Center website for additional counseling news!
If you want to send your mid-year grades to any of the colleges to which you applied, you must complete and submit the yellow Mid-Year Grade Report Request form to the Counseling Center no later than January 31st. The yellow forms are available in the Counseling Center. Not all colleges/universities require a mid-year grade report. It is the student's responsibility to be aware of their colleges' specific requirements. If you submit an application after January 31st your first semester grades will automatically be included with your transcript.
A rep will be here on January 24 at 9:30. Please pick up a pass in Counseling if interested.
PA Free Enterprise Week (PFEW)
A rep will be here on 1/30 at 12:40. For current sophomores and juniors. Learn about a great week-long summer program for sophomores and juniors to learn about the free enterprise system by forming their own "imaginary company." Please sign up for a pass in Counseling.
ATTENTION TCHS APPLICANTS
All TCHS applications, including Allied Health and Teacher Academy programs, are due on 1/31/17. Please see your School Counselor if you have any questions.
Seniors should be filing their FAFSA applications now. We have more information on the Counseling Center website.
All scholarships we hear about are listed in Naviance. Start looking now!
Seniors should first be checking for scholarships offered by the colleges to which they have applied.
PSPE John E. Pickett Memorial Scholarship (1/31)
PSPE Engineering for Temple or Drexel (2/15)
See Ms. Vaughn for more information.
Chester Joint Apprenticeship and Training Committee for the Electrical Industry will be accepting applications for apprenticeship at the IBEW in Boothwyn, PA. Please see the JOB BOARD in the Counseling Center for more information.
8-week summer experience that provides high school students with an opportunity to gain work experience, leadership skills, and be part of a team. Throughout the experience teens will be exposed to the history of Longwood and the horticulture and values that make it one of the great gardens of the world. Working in the Children's Garden, teen volunteers will interact with and provide hands-on activities for children of all ages. While working in this positive, fast-paced environment, teens will have the opportunity to earn volunteer hours, give back to the community, and make new friends.
VOLUNTEER AT FRIEND'S HOME IN KENNETT SQUARE
Be part of the new Learning Center and help the residents with scrapbooking, simple woodworking, beginner piano, knitting, cross-stitching, singing, sitting yoga, French, computer/tablet, writing, painting/drawing, photo, etc. Contact Christine McDonald at 610-444-2577 x202.
JOB OPENINGS AT THE YMCA IN KENNETT
Please see the posting in the Counseling Center for more information.
WORLD OF ATHLETICS
UHS Boys' Basketball Pink Out on 1/31/17
The Unionville Boys' Basketball Hoopsters will be hosting a PINK fundraiser for Unite for Her (UFH) on Tuesday, January 31st during their home, JV and Varsity games vs. Rustin beginning at 6pm. This will also be UCFSD Elementary School Spirit Night!
To make the night a success, and raise funds for UFH (a local non-profit organization that provides support, services and numerous resources for women in the community diagnosed with breast cancer) they need your help! There will be a UFH Bake Sale and a 50/50 Raffle.
Also, they will be selling pink WE ARE UNIONVILLE Unite for Her tees for $15 at the door on January 31st. They would love to create a PINK OUT! So, if you already have a Unite for Her tee, please wear it to the game or plan to purchase yours at the door!
Please spread the word! Tweet, text, snap chat and post the date, inviting all to come and support the important and powerful work of UFH.
The Varsity Unionville Boys Basketball team lost to Sun Valley on Thursday night 52-48. Scottie Miller led the Indians with 19 points. Bo Furey-Bastian chipped in with 13 points. The Indians host Octorara on Tuesday, January 24 at 7:15 PM.
9th Grade Boys Basketball
An all-around team effort led the freshman basketball team
to a 42-28 win over Henderson.
Jon Passarello scored 9 points, followed by Declan Boyle with 8
and Matt Cutrona and Bryce Whitlock with 6 each. Gabe De'Angelo
pulled down 7 rebounds. The team, which is 7-2, hosts Coatesville Tuesday at 3:15 in the last home game of the season.
The Girls Basketball JV team recorded their 8th victory against just 2 defeats on Thursday evening, downing Division rival Sun Valley 34-23. Erin Towler was the game's high scorer with 8 points. The team has a stretch of 4 straight away games before returning home on Thursday, February 2 to face Great Valley.