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Middle School Newsletter

May/June 2018

High School Newsletter

May/June 2018

SAT question of the day

ACT question of the day


Wednesday, May 23
PYD Sparks in Chorus Rm 2:30-4:00 p.m.

Thursday, May 24
Walk n Talk in Main Gym during Lunches

Elementary Chorus Concert in High School Auditorium 8:00-10:30 a.m.

Friday, May 25
Vacation Day


Monday, May 28
Memorial Day

Tuesday, May 29
Trip Day

Welcome to the Union City Area Middle/High School!


Policy 5901 - Audio Interception on School Buses

and School Vehicles

LUNCH Today:

 Red Line:  MTO Salad & Soup or MTO Salad & Sandwich 

Orange Line:  Breakfast Croissant Panini or Turkey, Bacon, Cheese Club Hoagie 

Purple Line:  The Grill- Hamburger, Chicken Patties, Grilled Chicken, Turkey Burger, Fish, Meatball Sub, Hot Dog 


Breakfast Tomorrow for Middle School

Red Line:  LA Cinnamon Toast/Assorted Hot Items 

Orange Line:  Assorted Pastries or Fruit & Yogurt Parfaits & Grahams 

Breakfast Tomorrow for High School

Bagel/Biscuit Breakfast Sandwich or Breakfast Bread Slice, Fruit & Juice Choices


Lunch tomorrow:

Red Line:  Choice of- Burrito, Tacos, Walking Taco, Taco Salad, Nachos 

Orange Line:  BLT Croissant or Italian Wrap or Chicken, Feta, Strawberry Salad 

Purple Line:  Pizza/Quesadilla Station 



Any boys Grades 9-11 who are interested in playing Basketball, please report to the front lobby on Thursday, May 24 at 8:00 a.m.

Varsity Football Cheerleading tryouts are May 30th, 31st, & June 1st from 5:30-8:30 p.m. Sign up in the main office.

Congratulations to this month's student of the month winners.
For the high school: Sonya Whitman
For the middle school: Kamryn Gates

Attention all boys in 8th thru 11th grade interested in playing

JV/Varsity Football next fall!! You MUST see Coach Krause A.S.A.P. to sign up and get your calendars!

Attention any boy in 6th, 7th or 8th grade! We will be having a

Atention Students: Please pay-off your yearbook to Mrs. Himrod in the front office.


Attention Students:  Class dues must be paid to Mrs. Himrod in the high school office. If you have questions, please see your class adviser.



Looking for something to do after school on Wednesdays?  Want to have fun?  Come join us at SPARKS.  SPARKS is open to middle and high school students.  We will meet in the Chorus room from 2:45- 4:00 p.m. every Wednesday. Come join the fun!


Youngstown State University is having their annual Summer Day Crash Day program on Monday June 18th from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. This is a great opportunity for rising juniors and seniors to learn more about Youngstown State University. Visit crash.ysu.edu for more information and to register. 

Hibgy's Campground is looking for lifeguards for their swimming pool from Memorial Day to Labor Day. Contact Mark at 694-2501 T

Edinboro University is having their Summer Visit Days on June 22nd, July 20th, and August 3rd. To register and for full event details, go to: www.edinboro.edu/visit   

EmergyCare is offering Camp EMS from June 24 to June 29 on the campus of Allegheny College. Camp EMS is a week long experience for teens ages 14-17 to explore the exciting career options available in Emergency Medical Services. See the guidance office for information. 

Camp Frog is looking for qualified graduating seniors who are at least 18 years of age. Camp Frog is a nationally-recognized program that places extra supportive and medical services into an existing YMCA summer camp program. This allows children with a primary diagnosis of epilepsy/seizure disorder to enjoy summer camp just like their peers. Please see the guidance office for an application. ​

The Pennsylvania Outdoor Corps is now hiring for their summer program that runs for seven weeks. This is a paid work experience with job training and educational opportunities to teens as they protect and restore public lands and waters. Dates are June 25 to August 10th. Pay is $10.15 per hour, breakfast and lunch are provided. Applicants must be between the ages of 15 to 18 at the start of the program with an interest in conservation and natural resource management. Please see the guidance office for more information.

PACAC Camp College West is a 2-day residential college preparation experience for sophomores and juniors interested. Join mentors and students from around the region for FREE. See the guidance office for information. 

https://ssl.gstatic.com/ui/v1/icons/mail/images/cleardot.gifPA State Police is offering their Camp Cadet program to boys and girls ages 13-15. It is free of charge for those who attend. Application is in the guidance office. 

https://ssl.gstatic.com/ui/v1/icons/mail/images/cleardot.gifhttps://ssl.gstatic.com/ui/v1/icons/mail/images/cleardot.gifThe SeaWolves Community Fund is currently searching for high-energy, motivated volunteers to assist in 50/50 raffle sales during the 2018 season. This is a great opportunity for those students (college and high school) who are searching for community service credit hours to directly impact the Erie community, while also enjoying the fast-paced environment of professional sports. Those interested in volunteering their time during the 2018 season are encouraged to contact SeaWolves Community Engagement Manager, Hunter Horenstein, via email (hunter@seawolves.com) or by calling (814) 456-1300

Seniors:  Please remember to bring your college acceptance letters to Ms. Reynolds in
the guidance office.



The Greater Erie Alliance for Equality Scholarship is available to LGBT high school seniors enrolled in an accredited university, college, vocational, or technical school full-time. One $1,000 scholarship is available. Application is due May 18. 

The Ryland/Nirmaier Coaches Scholarship for male athletes due May 17th. This is for any senior male athlete that has been accepted to further their education and have been in 2 or more sports for 4 years during their high school career. 

The Jim Swanson Bears Club Scholarship is available for senior female athletes. Scholarship amount is $500, and deadline is May 17th.