NS Iron Sharpens Iron 11/17

Congratulations to the following students for earning Iron Sharpens Iron t-shirts. Thank you, Chief Shoemaker and the UCFD for helping to recognize students who work hard to be great students. K - Trevor H., Carla C.; 1 - Parker Y., Kinley L.; 2 - Luis L., Karrah H.; 3 - Sofia E., Wilson A.; 4 - Samantha G., Jordan B.; 5 - Reina F., Josh T.; 6 - Camryn F., Angel N.
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Join 4-H

For more information about joining 4-H, please read this document.
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UCJSHS - Order Your Yearbook Today

Yearbooks for the 2017-2018 school year can now be ordered online or at school. Order online at with the Yearbook ID code: 12235518 or look for order forms at school.
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UCJH Students Programming Robots

Mr. Kevin Lehman's science classes had the opportunity to use some "Ollie" robots to explore programming. Students were to write code to have their robot drive along a specified path.

The robots were borrowed from the East Central Educational Service Center.
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NS - Iron Sharpens Iron 10/27

Congratulations to the following students for earning Iron Sharpens Iron t-shirts. Thank you, Chief Shoemaker and the UCFD for helping to recognize students who work hard to be great students. K - Jaylee F., Andy W.; 1 - Jake M., Alia T.; 2 - Ignacio J., Domanick A.; 3 - Gabby H., Valeria A.; 4 - Keegan M., Carter D.; 5 - Auston R., Kaylyn C.; 6 - Sully T., Annalise B.
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Senior Play "Not Your Average Zombie Apocalypse"

The Senior class will be presenting the comedy "Not Your Average Zombie Apocalypse on Friday, November 3rd at 7 p.m and Sunday, November 5th at 5 p.m. in the Randolph Eastern Center for the Performing Arts. Adult tickets are $3 and student tickets are $1.

"After a science fair project goes awry, zombies begin to take over Eastdale High. There are Zombies in math, gym, dance, even drama class, and all of them are hungry for brains. Now it is up to 5 students (the nerd, the jock, the popular girl, the rebel, and the social outcast) to work together, come up with a cure, and find a way to survive. The play includes teenage romance, hungry zombies, and a variety of hilarious characters. After all, this is not your average zombie apocalypse."

By Richard Gremel; Heuer Publishing
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Junior High Play "A Principal's Apprentice"

15 students in grades 5-8, under the direction of Mr. Brad Hoggett, presented "A Principal's Apprentice" on Thursday, Oct. 27. The performance was awesome as the students told the story of Principal Donald Trumpet.

“You’re fired!” rings out from Principal Donald Trumpet’s boardroom during Griffin Dodge’s first ten minutes on the job at Bandersnatch High School. But it isn’t directed at him. No, Trumpet has just fired his aide, his associate, and his assistant, leaving Griffin the only one left to take up the slack. “How does Trumpet get away with that?!” one departing ex-staffer wonders. Only the cleaning lady, Rita, knows the secret — a book called The Art of Hypnotism. With this discovery, a new world opens up for Griffin. However, this new bag of tricks turns out to be a can of worms! Before he can master his hypnotic power, Griffin causes one lady to fall in love with him, another to think she is his mother and still another to see dragons in the school halls! As if this wasn’t bad enough, suddenly Principal Trumpet vanishes! When the police arrive, Griffin is their main suspect. Lines fly rapid-fire in this spoof of “The Sorcerer’s Apprentice.”
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UCJSHS Recognized for Dual Credit Efforts

Union City Jr/Sr High School has been recognized by the Indiana Department of Education for providing students with access to and success in Dual Credit courses. Schools being recognized, including UCJSHS achieved a minimum of a 30% success rate for the 2015-2016 school year.

The recognition ceremony was held in the Indiana Statehouse Atrium on Monday, November 6.
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NS - Honor Roll for 1st Nine Weeks

Congratulations to the following students for earning honor roll during the first nine weeks:

3rd Grade
All A’s- Wilson Aguilar-Mendez, Valeria Avila, Cintia Banda, Emmi Kreiner, Cameron Miller, Dawson Overleese, Taysen Stewart, and Kierra Thacker.
All A’s and B’s- Kara Allen, Charles Beam, Logan Besser, Mylie Bocanegra, Allyson Carter, Levi Clark, London Cotter, Sofia Emerick, Trace Green, Gabriella Huston, Ryleigh Jones, Jayden Moore, Luis Nieto, Rosie Ramos, Alena Ruiz, Asa Vaughn, and Olive Williford.

4th Grade
All A’s- Arleth Banda, Andrew Bowers, Keian Brockman, Zuriel Burkett, Jayson Connor, Kya Davis, Lindsey Evans, Chloe Fox, Carson Hathaway, Campbell Kerns, Ezequiel Mayorga, Sophia Noggle, Maxwell Retter, and Brianna Williams.
All A’s and B’s- Alondra Corona-Lara, Carter Dupuis, Grant Elliott, Gavin Elmore, Joselin Floreano, Samantha Gellinger, Cayden Hartman, Mylee Hoffman, Nicholas Lee, Nikolai Leedom, Eliza Lewis, Aaden Linder, Miquel Luciano-Keener, Gael Mayorga, Keygan McClure, Scott O’Connor, Nathaniel Partin, Aviana Ramos, Khyira Randall, Abby Stapleton, Brooklyn Weimer, and Nadayo White.

5th Grade
All A’s- Wendy Aguilar-Mendez, Shelby Arnold, Elianna Banda, Emma Blankley, Vanderlei Burkett, Luke Collins, Madilynne Cotter, Anevicia Cox-Ramos, Ena Durbin, Mya Lafuze, Keegan Livingston, Jace O’Connor, Marisol Osornio, Becca Overleese, Zachary Ordonez, Elizabeth Prinkey, Oaklee Reichard, Donovan Shinaver, Bailey Sites, Addison Thornburg, Jacob Thornburg, Kiernan Watson, and Sydney Welch.
All A’s and B’s- Peyton Abling, Sammantha Ash, Karissa Campbell, Raquel Carmona, Sofia Casillas-Cantu, Kaylyn Cassity, Lee Charles, Alexander Cinto Bravo, Miranda Clark, Blake Curry, Maegan Dickmann, Ronald Dotson, Colton Emerick, Araceli Floreano, Andrew Gahret, Alexus Guzman, Alison Helmick, Mikaylee Hoffman, Brennan Hoggatt, Ava Jefferis, Gracie Jones, Eden Lewis, Quincy Middaugh, Evelynn Miller, Ryan Miller, Kyra Mullens, Gabrielle Ordonez, Emilio Rodriguez, Auston Roth, Kamran Shelby, Carter Sickels, Rodney Sickels, Trendon Spence, Joshua Timmerman, and Anthony Wyant.

6th Grade
All A’s- Annalise Banda, Wade Botkin, Richard Carmona-Chavez, Owen Dowler, Skylar Dye, Camryn Fischer, Zackary Fulk, Rylan Glunt, Jesse Gonzalez, Camille Helmick, Jacob Lee, Angel Nieto, Andrew Osornio-Machuca, Kylie Raymond, Corbin Richards, Alec Spence, and Sullivan Thomas.
All A’s and B’s- Josiah Bowers, James Dotson, Damon Dupuis, Carlos Lara, Lilianna Luciano-Keener, Timothy McClure, Makenna Simmons, and Kaybree Ward.
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UC FFA Soil Judging Team is Randolph County Campion

The Union City FFA won it's 4th straight Randolph County Championship at the Area 7 Soil Judging Contest.  Team members were Katie Reichard, Derick Williams, James Botkin, and Ian Glunt.  In the individual contest, Katie placed first in the county, Derick second, and Wes fourth.  Also competing were Zach Stewart and Corey Whitesel.  The team placed 7th out of 28 teams in the Area, and Katie finished 9th out of 98 competitors.  Great job by all.
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      Randolph Eastern School Corp
      731 N. Plum Street
      Union City, IN 47390

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      Union City Jr.-Sr. HS
      603 N. Walnut Street
      Union City, IN 47390

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      North Side Elementary
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      Union City, IN 47390

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