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The Longwood Rotary club is collecting school supplies and donations to help make sure all children are prepared and excited to start the new school year.
Adopt our Garden Beds for a week or more and help us water, harvest and deliver to the Food Bank. It is a win-win proposition for all. Work with your families while helping those who are less fortunate!!
UCF School District Administration and the Wellness Council are recommending the approval of the Say Something Program starting in the 18-19 school year.
The Class of 2018 Graduation recording can be found here.
Students in Mr. Linkmeyer's Construction Technology class completed a Gazebo that began as a truckload of lumber back in September. Students in multiple classes worked throughout the school year to complete the project.
The proposed budget for next year reflects a 1.64% tax increase - the lowest in over 20 years. A public presentation will be made on May 7th. Learn more about the budget and its impact to you by reading our summaries and reviewing the details.
Out of 30 high school Best Buddy programs, Laura Berkeihiser was chosen as the Advisor of the Year.
The directors and staff of the Cavalcade of Bands Honor Band are beyond excited to be able to offer local
students the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to participate in the 130th Rose Parade in Pasadena, CA. The
Honor Band is one of just 20 marching bands, and the only group from this part of the country, selected to
participate alongside elaborate floats and graceful equestrian units in the historic 130th Rose Parade on Jan. 1,
96% of teens use social networking applications such as Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat, and blogs. What can we do to keep them safe?
The White Clay Creek Preserve reached out to our exceptional Technology and Engineering Dept to make screech owl boxes.
Happy Spring! Flowers are finally beginning to bloom and we have changed over to our Spring wardrobes. This week we will host our Spring Spirit Week at UHS as a lead up to our 3rd annual U-Thon, an overnight dance marathon/fundraiser modeled after the Penn State Thon which raises money to fight pediatric cancer. A huge thanks to Mrs. Faith Dilworth and all of the students involved in this year’s fundraising effort.
While today is the first official day of Spring, ironically there is more snow being forecasted for this week! As we anxiously await our March 26 - March 30 Spring Break, with fun plans to travel and to relax, hopefully the snow will all melt before Spring Fever officially hits UHS!
With 19 personal records, 13 other athletes hitting their goals, and 10 finishing in the top 20, it was a good Saturday for Unionville High School Crew at the Center City Slam. Athlete camaraderie was at an all time high as they coached each other for that little extra push at this annual rowing competition.