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  • Board Meeting Date Change
     
    Please note, the April 27th BOE meeting has been rescheduled to May 4, 2015 at 6:00 pm.
  • PARCC Testing

    Important message from the Superintendent regarding PARCC testing which will begin on March 2nd. Please click here for the Superintendent’s message and district testing schedule.
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  • "Thinking Creatively" Conference & Design Charrette

    Students from the UCTECH's School of Design participated in Kean University's "Thinking Creatively" Conference & Design Charrette. The students competed alongside college students to solve an interdisciplinary design challenge with their creative teams. The winning teams all had a UCTECH student on board: congratulations to Maya Jackson (1st Place), Ariana Alvarado (2nd Place), and Merve Pekdemir (3rd Place).
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  • Congratulations to our APA students who competed in the
    NJ Thespian Festival!
     
    Emma Ohlig & Morgan Kelleher won Accomplished for Musical Theatre Pairs Kaitlyn Howard & Sol Condo won Accomplished for Dramatic Pairs Kaitlyn Howard won Accomplished for Contrasting Monologues Mary MacDonald won Accomplished for Contrasting Monologues.
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  • Union County Civil War Sesquicentennial Closing Ceremony

    Union County Freeholder Vice Chairman Bruce H. Bergen, Dr. Jonathan Lurie of Rutgers University, Union County Clerk Joanne Rajoppi, Civil War reenactor Matt Ryan of Kenilworth and Union County Sheriff Joseph Cryan attended the Union County Civil War Sesquicentennial closing ceremony at the Union County Courthouse in Elizabeth.

    Dr. Lurie presented a lecture entitled “The Ongoing Relevance of the Civil War: Ambiguity and Ambivalence.” Reenactor Matt Ryan, a student at the Union County Academy for Performing Arts, recited the poem “O Captain, My Captain” by Walt Whitman. County Clerk Rajoppi is the chairwoman of the Union County Civil War Sesquicentennial Committee.
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  • Very successful Relay for Life weekend

    Christina Andrascik, Community Manager of the American Cancer Society, announced at the opening ceremony Friday evening that the district already surpassed last year’s total donations. We left Saturday morning with donations over $233,000 and counting. Congratulations to all!
     
    Click here for a message from the Superintendent regarding Relay for Life
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