UNION, NJ - Here's just a few things that happened in Union's schools last week:
Pre-K Registration: For Washington School ONLY on February 18, from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. at the Administration Building, 2369 Morris Avenue.
For Battle Hill School ONLY on February 19, from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. at the Administration Building, 2369 Morris Avenue.
Kawameeh Middle School will be hosting a Multicultural Night at school on Tuesday, February 18 from 6:00 - 8:00 p.m. to celebrate the diversity of the school and community!! Please come out to support the students and to celebrate all the hard work they do on an everyday basis, but specifically, for their efforts to support diversity and acceptance of everyone. This is a FREE event and EVERYONE is welcome!
Come out and support the Education Foundation for a fun night. All proceeds go toward grants that directly benefit students in the Union Township School District.
Relay for Life Events:
So many ways to help out all School Relay for Life teams! Come on out! We could keep you all busy with something fun every month! Please see the pictures and support our teams. Jill Rible is the best!!
Union High Congratulations to UHS 2020 Valedictorian, Arthanious Shafik, and Salutatorian, Jane Oyem. Halfway to Graduation for the Class of 2020!
Senior Softball player, Elizabeth Arias, was recognized by the Women in Sports Foundation at the annual celebration at Seton Hall. This year's theme was "Lead her Forward" honoring the ways sports push women to achieve excellence and to realize their boundless potential.
Jefferson School hosted their Multicultural Night on Thursday. They had over 60 families come and learn interesting facts about other cultures, while also completing STEM projects that went along with different countries. Angel Salcedo, the Family Connections Committee, as well as Gifted and Talented students at Jefferson planned the event and it was a huge success! Thank you to Mrs. Jurgens, Mrs. Moutela and Mrs. Nunes for all of their support with this event.
The boys basketball team, wrestling team and girls basketball team all celebrated their Seniors this week. They all won the games and matches that night as well. Good luck to all of our Seniors!
The Kindergarten classes of Franklin School held a Lunar New Year parade on Friday, January 24. Leading up to the parade, the classes learned about the difference between the Lunar New Year and the Solar New Year and the traditions associated with each. The students learned that in China traditional Lunar New Year celebrations include fireworks, dragons, red lanterns, red envelopes filled with money and so much more. The classes worked hard to prepare for their parade by creating banners, red lanterns, paper dragons and Chinese rattle drums. The other classes lined the halls as the kindergarten classes played their drums, displayed their lanterns, and made their dragons dance to traditional music. It was a fun event for the entire school.