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Zimmers and Foster named Homecoming Queen and King

Zimmers and Foster named Homecoming Queen and King
Congratulations to all the candidates for the 2016 Homecoming festivities. Landry Zimmers and Aaron Foster were voted as Homecoming Queen and King.
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Book Fairs are Coming!

Book Fairs are Coming!
The Book Fairs are coming! 

Join us as we get everyone “Hooked on Reading” at Pirate Island book fair in the cafetorium at the Junior/Senior high school.
September 19, 20, 21 and 22, 2016
Monday ~ Thursday, [10:00A - 3:00P]

Come to the North Side Book Fair where books are the treasure in the North Side gymnasium!
September 26-30, 2016
Monday ~ Wednesday, [10:00A - 3:00P]
Thursday, [10:00A - 6:30P] (we will be open during the North Side Cookout)
Friday, 10:00 - 1:00 PM
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Clinton Randall named Parade Marshall

Clinton Randall named Parade Marshall
The UCJSHS student countil members recommended and unanimously selected Clinton Randall as the Grand Marshall of this year's homecoming parade. There is no doubt Clinton has become and is a part of the RESC family for all of he does to support RESC students and school corporation. Clinton comes to many, many school and sporting events to take pictures, place them and articles online and in the Early Bird newspaper. Thank you Clinton for all your efforts!
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Homecoming Week, Sept 12-18

Homecoming Week, Sept 12-18
This year's Homecoming theme is Famous Cities.

Special Dress up days
Monday- PJ Day
Tuesday- Dress to Impress (Picture Day)
Wednesday- Crazy Indian Fan Day (Wear your Powderpuff or any other Indian Fan Clothing)
Thursday- Superhero Day (Keep it a secret, get your capes, and don’t let the bad man escape. Dress like a superhero.)
Friday- Red, White, and Blue

Special Homecoming Activities
Wednesday- Powder Puff Football at 7:00 PM
Friday- Homecoming Parade at 4:00 PM
Friday- Homecoming Football Game with Centerville at 7:00 PM
Saturday- Homecoming Dance at 8:00 PM
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UCHS Students Earned MACC Distinctions

UCHS Students Earned MACC Distinctions
Malik Good, Audrey Sullenbarger, Julian Price, Macy Gray were selected to be members of the MACC leadership team. They, along with 8 other MACC students, will work along side with their teachers and the MACC admin team to make positive change within MACC program. As a part of their duties they had the opportunity to lead groups of our 8th graders when they visited the MACC on last Wednesday.
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Sowinski is County Youth Leader of the Year

Sowinski is County Youth Leader of the Year
Congratulations to Elizabeth Sowinski for being named the Youth Leader of the Year for Randolp County. Sowinski, and 4 other Senior students from around the county earned Award of Excellence recognition.
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Youth Salute - Headed to St. Louis

Youth Salute - Headed to St. Louis
Congratulations to Elizabeth Sowinski, Kollin Warren and Landry Zimmers for being selected to represent UCHS at the Town Meeting of Tomorrow in St. Louis, MO during the third week of October. The Town Meeting on Tomorrow is an intensive 3-day leadership seminar at Washington University that is attended by youth leaders from across the nation.
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Freshmen - Commitment to Graduate

Freshmen - Commitment to Graduate
Freshmen attend a Commitment to Graduation presentation. 

Commitment to Graduate® (C2G®) is an initiative to address the growing student dropout rate across America. It encourages students to strive for their high school diploma and set a goal for the next stage of life.

Begin with the end in mind
Jostens has partnered with schools to bring together key messaging for communities, educators and students emphasizing the importance and value of a high school diploma. This research-based initiative also focuses on helping students prepare for the future by setting a career goal beyond high school, which might include trade schools, the military or college.
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UCJSHS Picture Day

UCJSHS Picture Day
UCJSHS picture day is September 13. 
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UCHS Criminal Justice Students Start Physical Tactics Training

UCHS Criminal Justice Students Start Physical Tactics Training
The Criminal Justice class's’ “Physical Fridays” took them to the Union City Police Department this past Friday, where the students began their journey into law enforcement physical tactics. Chief Cobie Wells and Officer Mike O’Neal led the instruction. The class learned some basic stance and blocking skills.

“The students seemed a little nervous at first, but I think it’s clear by the smiles on their faces that they enjoyed it,” said Assistant Chief Bill Bradbury. “I’m sure we’ll see those nervous faces a few more times throughout the year as we continue to expose the class to different hands-on activities in the law enforcement field, but I’m also certain we’ll continue to see those smiles.”
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    • Central Office

      Randolph Eastern School Corp
      731 N. Plum Street
      Union City, IN 47390

      Alice Johnson, Superintendent
      Tel: 765-964-4994
      Fax: 765-964-6590
    • Jr.-Sr. High School

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

      Aaron Black, Principal
      Tel: 765-964-4840
      Fax: 765-964-3775
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      North Side Elementary
      905 N. Plum Street
      Union City, IN 47390

      Mark Winkle, Principal
      Tel: 765-964-6430
      Fax: 765-964-3445
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