News & Announcements

Final exams continue today with make ups on Friday.

Fall Sports Physicals will be on June 3.

The senior breakfast will be held at 7:45 on Monday June 3rd.

Commencement practice for seniors will be at 9 o clock am on Monday, June 3rd. Everyone must attend and it will last two hours. Tickets are required to attend the commencement ceremony on Wednesday, June 5 at 7 o clock. Tickets will be distributed after graduation practice.

Reminder there is no school on Tuesday, June 4th for teacher clerical day.

The last day of school is Wednesday, June 5th. Students will be dismissed at 9:30.

Commencement ceremonies will be steamed live on the UHS Talk You Tube Channel.  Tune in at 7:00 on June 5th to watch live or at a later time to see the recording.

Anyone interested in joining the Biology Club for the 2019-2020 school year should stop in and see Mr. Piccolomini in room 510 sometime between now and the end of the school year.  Items that are a work in progress for next year are continued recycling, maintenance of the courtyard, school landscaping, community service, and field trips!

The Biology club will be having their final fundraiser of the school year.  During all lunches today you can buy a guess how many plastic bottle caps are in the bag! Guesses are one for 50 cents or 3 guesses for one dollar. The winners will receive a cash prize!

FBLA students are selling Pewter Christmas ornaments of the high school building for $15 dollars each. Stop in Mrs. Hough room 126 to purchase one.

Library books are due now.  Hold slips will be issued.   You can still download e-books now and through the summer.

All calculators must be turned in to Mrs. Caruso in Room 309 by the close of the school day tomorrow. As you finish your final exams, please turn them in immediately, so that a hold slip is not issued.

Attention all students taking Honors English 10 or AP Literature next year.  Please stop by room 500 before the end of school on friday to pick up summer reading assignments.  After Friday, summer reading materials will be moved to the office and can be picked up there.

Students who are enrolled in AP Language & Composition for next year may pick up their summer assignments in Rm 502, Mr. Durso’s room

If any student with their life guarding certification is looking for a Summer job, please see Mr. Yauger.

All students are reminded to carefully check their report cards on the last day of school.
As stated in your student agenda, you need to successfully pass your English class and one math class in order to advance to the next grade level.  Summer school applications are available in the guidance office if you are in need of a credit to move on.

There is a sign-up sheet in the Guidance Office for any senior who would like to have their final transcript mailed to a college.