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Principal’s Message – April 15, 2015

Attention UEHS students and parents:

  • We saw a fairly significant increase in the number of unexcused absences last marking period, up considerably from the same time last school year. Please remember to call in and write an excuse for your son or daughter when they are sick or out of school for other excusable reasons. A student is considered absent when they miss at least three periods of school in one day. One unexcused absence typically results in a disciplinary consequence. If your child has missed days in the past which were excusable, we can still excuse them with a note, assuming it was for a legitimate reason (ie. sick, doctor’s appointment).
  • Attention freshmen failing two or more subjects: Please see your guidance counselor or assistant principal about your status regarding lunch time academic study hall. If you have managed to bring your classes up to passing averages, you will exit the program at the 5-week mark. Those of you who are either now failing or still failing 2 or more subjects, please be prepared to put additional effort into your studies and remember to attend 4th period Academic Lunch in room 329.
  • Congratulations to the UEHS students who took first place in the Ithaca Math Day competition: Connor Tremblay, Evan Armstrong, AJ Darling, and Brendan Daugherty. Not only did the team take first place but they also earned the highest score from any competition over the last 10 years! Great work students and teachers Theresa Bartoy and Amy Mertson.
  • A special thank you goes out to the Binghamton Senators and Magic Paintbrush for recently working on team-building activities with some of our UEHS students.

  • Final exams are approaching! What can you do to be prepared? Here are some tips:
    • Remember that all teachers are available daily for extra help from 8:10-8:26 AM. Many even arrange to be available for extra help at other times throughout the day. Please see the teachers of any classes you are struggling with and give yourself one last push for the 4th marking period and your final exam.
    • Get plenty of rest.
    • Get to all of your classes. This is perhaps the most important time of the year to get to class as several teachers are intertwining new material with concepts that need to be reviewed for finals.
    • Review Classes – After school review classes will be available from early May through early June for the following subjects: Global Studies 10 (Regents Exam), Algebra I (Common Core Regents exam), and US History and Government (Regents Exam). See your guidance counselor or an administrator for details.
    • Check the final exam schedule often. These are posted throughout the building. If you have any questions, please see your guidance counselor, teacher, or an administrator.
What's Happening at UEHS
Two UE students to receive awards from SUNY Broome
Union-Endicott seniors Zachary Riley and Mary Sedlacek will receive awards from SUNY Broome to help pay for college. 
UEHS French Exchange 2015
Twelve UE High School students traveled to France between March 21 and April 4 as part of the school's annual French Exchange program. 
UE student creates blankets for NICU
Newborn babies at Wilson Hospital are warmer and more comfortable thanks to a leadership project from UE student Lauren King. 
UE senior participates in special all-state band
A UE High School student-musician was selected to join a special all-state band this year. 
Squad meets with BU mentors
The UE "Squad" met with their Binghamton University mentors over a lunch of pizza on March 6. 
UEHS Student Recognitions
Some U-E High School students were recently recognized by their teachers and administrators for their special contributions to the Tiger Family. 
UE students sing National Anthem at STAC games
Union-Endicott students represented the district by singing the National Anthem before the Southern Tier Athletic Conference Basketball Championship games on Friday, Feb. 23. 
UE students win Scholastic Art Awards
The works of five UE artists were honored in the 2015 New York/Pennsylvania Scholastic Art Awards. 
UEHS teacher named a Master Teacher
A UE High School science teacher will represent the district as one of the state’s newest “Master Teachers.” 
New at UEHS - The Readbox
UE High School students are invited to rent books from the school’s “Readbox” at any time thanks to a great idea from students Bailee West and Victoria Nunn. 
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