STUDENTS: Nemacolin Woodlands Resort will be hosting their annual Career Fair this Saturday, March 16th at Horizon Point. Any student 16 or older interested in employment please feel free to stop by between 11:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m. We will have numerous employment opportunities available for part-time and summer positions. Bring your resume and dress in your best business attire! Nemacolin hiring managers will be on site conducting interviews and looking for motivated and service-oriented candidates to work in our award winning hotels and restaurants. Those interested are encouraged to apply online in advance at www.nemacolin.com/careers.
PIC AFTERSCHOOL TUTORING STUDENTS: On Thursday, March 21st, the Carnegie Science Center will be visiting the program for an interactive workshop. Please confirm if you will be able to attend with Mrs. Lane or Mrs. Smith ASAP.
DIGITAL PUBLSHING: Tomahawk Talk is having two contests
- March Madness Bracket Challenge
- The Instagram Photo Contest
Winners will receive Raider swag and an Applebee’s gift card. Log on uhsuhstalk.orgm today to enter.
SENIORS: The Uniontown Police Officers Association will be awarding a $250.00 scholarship to a Uniontown High School Student graduating this year and pursuing a career in law enforcement or the criminal justice field. See Mrs. Marcinek for details.
SOFTBALL PLAYERS: Penn State Fayette is having a softball recruiting event on Wednesday, March 20th from 5:00 to 7:00. Details are in the office.
SOPHOMORES, JUNIORS, & SENIORS: $200.00 Community Service Awards – turn in your hours by the end of the third quarter to Mrs. Golden. Write it down, hand it in! Sponsored by the Challenge Program. Forms are in the guidance office.
FRESHMEN: Field trip to the Fayette County Career & Technical Institute permission slips are due Monday, March 18th. No permission slips will be accepted after this date. Return them to the guidance office.
SCHOLARSHIPS: The following scholarships are due to Miss Marcinek or Mrs. Kriebel March 26, 2013:
- Scott Vrabel
- Class of 59 Nursing
- Class of 59
- Max Nobel
- Lauren Madison
- Joseph Marcinek
- Community Foundation
- Best of Batch
- Donny David
- Delta Kappa Gamma
- Anna Dosen
- Harry Fee
SCHOLARSHIPS: The following scholarships are due by March 22, 2013:
- Thomas Dolfi Scholarship
- Johnson & Lester Scholarship
- Pa Medical Scholarship.
Please turn these scholarships into Miss Marcinek or Mrs. Kriebel before March 22nd.
SADD DANCE: The SADD club and any student at Uniontown High School is invited to attend the Spring Fling Dance. The dance will be held at the Cabaret/Ivory Ballroom and the cost is $10.00. The dance will be held from 6:00 to 9:00 p.m. on Thursday, March 21. Any proceeds from the dance will benefit the SAD clubs at Uniontown, Laurel Highlands, Albert Gallatin High School and the Career Technical Institute. Any student from Uniontown, Laurel Highlands, Albert Gallatin and CTI SADD clubs is welcomed to attend.
FRESHMEN & SOPHOMORE STUDENTS: Applications for the Upward Bound Program are available in the guidance office. The no cost program provides academic assistance & support and college advisement. Students must be college bound and live with parents/guardians who do not have a 4 year college degree.
DUAL ENROLLMENT FIELD TRIP: Sophomore & Junior students with a GPA of 3.0 or higher are eligible to explore Mt. Aloysius College on a field trip to Cresson, PA on April 25th. The day will include a tour and information on admissions, dual enrollment, and student life. Permission slips are available in the guidance office and are due by April 4th. Space is limited.
FRESHMEN: Fayette Career & Technical Institute is hosting a 9th Grade Exploratory Night on Wednesday, April 17th from 6 to 8 p.m. Students may explore 2 of 14 available programs. Refreshments will be provided. Sign-up early to be guaranteed a tee shirt. An IPOD Touch & (2) IPOD NANO’s will be given away. Students are responsible for their own transportation; parents are welcome. Registration forms are available in the guidance office & are due by April 10th.