• Breakout in Mrs. Van Camp's room
  • Lilly Top 10
  • FFA National Leadership Conference
  • National Honor Society 2017-2018
  • Academic Jackets - Year 1
  • Homecoming Court
OCT
27

Senior Play "Not Your Average Zombie Apocalypse"

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The Senior class will be presenting the comedy "Not Your Average Zombie Apocalypse on Friday, November 3rd at 7 p.m and Sunday, November 5th at 5 p.m. in the Randolph Eastern Center for the Performing Arts. Adult tickets are $3 and student tickets are $1.

"After a science fair project goes awry, zombies begin to take over Eastdale High. There are Zombies in math, gym, dance, even drama class, and all of them are hungry for brains. Now it is up to 5 students (the nerd, the jock, the popular girl, the rebel, and the social outcast) to work together, come up with a cure, and find a way to survive. The play includes teenage romance, hungry zombies, and a variety of hilarious characters. After all, this is not your average zombie apocalypse."

By Richard Gremel; Heuer Publishing
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OCT
27

Junior High Play "A Principal's Apprentice"

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15 students in grades 5-8, under the direction of Mr. Brad Hoggett, presented "A Principal's Apprentice" on Thursday, Oct. 27. The performance was awesome as the students told the story of Principal Donald Trumpet.

“You’re fired!” rings out from Principal Donald Trumpet’s boardroom during Griffin Dodge’s first ten minutes on the job at Bandersnatch High School. But it isn’t directed at him. No, Trumpet has just fired his aide, his associate, and his assistant, leaving Griffin the only one left to take up the slack. “How does Trumpet get away with that?!” one departing ex-staffer wonders. Only the cleaning lady, Rita, knows the secret — a book called The Art of Hypnotism. With this discovery, a new world opens up for Griffin. However, this new bag of tricks turns out to be a can of worms! Before he can master his hypnotic power, Griffin causes one lady to fall in love with him, another to think she is his mother and still another to see dragons in the school halls! As if this wasn’t bad enough, suddenly Principal Trumpet vanishes! When the police arrive, Griffin is their main suspect. Lines fly rapid-fire in this spoof of “The Sorcerer’s Apprentice.”
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OCT
16

UC FFA Soil Judging Team is Randolph County Campion

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The Union City FFA won it's 4th straight Randolph County Championship at the Area 7 Soil Judging Contest.  Team members were Katie Reichard, Derick Williams, James Botkin, and Ian Glunt.  In the individual contest, Katie placed first in the county, Derick second, and Wes fourth.  Also competing were Zach Stewart and Corey Whitesel.  The team placed 7th out of 28 teams in the Area, and Katie finished 9th out of 98 competitors.  Great job by all.
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OCT
16

JH Play - The Principal's Apprentice

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The JH Play is Thursday, October 26 at 7 p.m. in the cafetorium. Tickets are $3 for Adults, $2 for Students

“You’re fired!”  rings out from Principal Donald Trumpet’s boardroom during Griffin Dodge’s first ten minutes on the job at Bandersnatch High School.  But it isn’t directed at him.  No, Trumpet has just fired his aide, his associate, and his assistant, leaving Griffin the only one left to take up the slack.  “How does Trumpet get away with that?!”  one departing ex-staffer wonders.  Only the cleaning lady, Rita, knows the secret — a book called The Art of Hypnotism.  With this discovery, a new world opens up for Griffin.  However, this new bag of tricks turns out to be a can of worms!  Before he can master his hypnotic power, Griffin causes one lady to fall in love with him, another to think she is his mother and still another to see dragons in the school halls!  As if this wasn’t bad enough, suddenly Principal Trumpet vanishes!  When the police arrive, Griffin is their main suspect.  Lines fly rapid-fire in this spoof of “The Sorcerer’s Apprentice,” with a generous nod toward a certain ruthless reality TV show!
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OCT
09

UCJSHS Honor Roll for 1st Nine Weeks

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Congratulations to the following students for earning Honor Roll during the 1st Nine Weeks:

SENIOR ALL A’S – Justiss Cantu, Keaton Collins, Ellie Kerns, and Nalaina Whitesel.

JUNIOR ALL A’S – Madison Fischer, Reagan Hoggatt, and Courtney Whitesel.

SOPHOMORE ALL A’S – Grace Collins, Evelyn Downey, Heidi Livingston, Mya Maloy, Vincent Pierce, Katie Reichard, Spencer Thomas, Derick Williams, and Morgan Wymer.

FRESHMEN ALL A’s – Gabriel Addington, Savannah Brewer, Kyle Buckingham, Madison Garrett, Ian Glunt, Collin Perry, Hunter Reagan, Tabius Reagan, Erik Terriquez, and Michael Vore.

8th GRADE ALL A’s – Mariah Claywell, Hannah Fischer, Braydon Hoggatt, Emily Livingston, Angie Osornio-Machuca, Carlee Rismiller, Andrea Sanders, and Christina Sowinski.

7th GRADE All A’s – Sylaris Denney, Landen Dickmann, and Emily Evans.

SENIOR A’S & B’S – Joseth Barlow, Maci Beam, Zachary Bradbury, Kelsie Burton, Gabriella Cantu, Emily Cline, Cody Crawford, Kahlee Dowler, Kyle Fenton, Aliyah Gutierrez, Maxwell Harris, Jazmin Kelsey, Connor Kerns, Gabriel Loesch, Cassandra Martin, Jacob W. Moore, Mackenzie Neeley, Kyler Purdin, Trevor Thompson, Dawson Thornburg, Breann Ward, and Haley Whitesel.

JUNIOR A’S & B’S – Jasmine Ballard, Emalee Bocanegra, Antonio Calderon, Maria Casillas-Romero, Megan Clemons, Jacob Curry, Cameron Luster, Cassie McCowan, Graci Price, Sydney Ralston, Sophia Spence, and Corey Whitesel.

SOPHOMORE A’S & B’S – Tony Abel, Quinton Adkins, David Bowers, John Carpenter, Luzmaria Corona, Paula Gallegos, Mackenzie Green, Mikayla Green, Jayden Hindsley, Shelby King, Sarah Neighbors, Emily O’Connor, Oswaldo Pena Perez, Dakota Ring, Tanner Spence, and Bryten Stewart.

FRESHMEN A’S & B’S – Makenna Addington, Ryan Armantrout, Jodi Carpenter, Mackenzie Charles, Hunter Clay, Hanna Denney, Xavier Killian, ShyAnne Mays, Alexandria Partin, Taylor Rains, Scott Thomas and Chloe Wyatt.

8th GRADE A’s & B’s – Mark Brown, Katherine Elliott, Cale Jefferis, Hailee Jones, Isabelle Miller, Rylan Mote, and Brenden Wright.

7th GRADE A’s & B’s – Parker Abel, Madeline Burns, Jude Connor, Malea Dean, Kalam Denney, Gabriela Gonzalez-Neels, Erika Grimes, Parker Kerns, Evan Mann, and Elly O’Connor.
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OCT
09

UCJSHS Perfect Attendance

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Congratulations to the following students for earning Perfect Attendance for the 1st Nine Weeks.

SEVENTH GRADE – Maddallen Abel, Nautica Buck, Jude Connor, Payten Dye, Emily Evans, Alissynn Hofacker, Alexander Jurado, Parker Kerns, Emeren Lopez-Mariscal, Dante Mills, Alenna Ortiz, Ana Palacios Ochoa, Kamryn Reynolds, Jorge Vasquez

EIGHTH GRADE – Makenna Allen, Mariah Claywell, Abigail Clemons, Adrian Corona-Lara, Braydon Hoggatt, Hailee Jones, Dillon Mills, Brandy Neal, Nathan Ruiz, Jordan Walser

FRESHMEN – Ryan Armantrout, Savannah Brewer, Kyle Buckingham, Pheonix Bussell, Jodi Carpenter, Zachary Gard, Ian Glunt, Madison Moore, Collin Perry, Taylor Rains, Piter Sicolela da Silva, Ethan Turner, Michael Vore

SOPHOMORES – David Bowers, Grace Collins, Jacob Connor, Luzmaria Corona, Selena Davis, Amy Edwards, Mackenzie Green, Mikayla Green, Shelby King, Heidi Livingston, Stetson Nicholson, Katie Reichard, Kiara Wells, Derick Williams, Morgan Wymer

JUNIORS – Emma Brewer, Antonio Calderon, Cecilia Casillas, Maria Casillas-Romero, Peyton Doughty, Kristine Goodyear, Reagan Hoggatt, Maverick Luster, Nikiria Neal, Corey Whitesel, Courtney Whitesel

SENIORS – Kelsie Burton, Emily Cline, Kaleb Fenton, Kyle Fenton, Jacob Fulk, Maxwell Harris, Courtney Hofacker, Gabriel Loesch, Colin McHenry, Haley Whitesel
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OCT
06

UCJSHS SADD is sponsoring Awareness Month

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During the month of October, students and staff will be celebrating Awareness month, organized by S.A.D.D. (Students Against Destructive Decisions).

October 2-6, 2017 Bullying Prevention
Tuesday, October 3-
Students will receive order forms for awareness shirts to be worn on Friday, October 27, 2017, for the community balloon launch.

Wednesday, October 4-
Students are invited to wear orange to represent their stand against bullying, mix-it-up at lunch by sitting with different people than usual and receive a sticker during lunch.

Thursday, October 5-
During Lunch, in the gym foyer, students are invited to sign a banner against bullying.


October 16-20, 2017 Suicide Prevention and Awareness
Tuesday, October 17-
During lunch, in the gym foyer, students are invited to sign a banner supporting suicide prevention and awareness.

Wednesday, October 18-
Students are invited to wear purple and teal to share their support of suicide prevention and awareness, mix-it-up at lunch by sitting with different people than usual and receive a sticker during lunch.

Thursday, October 19-
Be kind! Activity supporting suicide prevention and awareness. Send a complimentary text to someone as a boost for the day! Share a smile with everyone you encounter today.


October 23-27, 2017 Red Ribbon Week
Monday, October 23-
During lunch, in the gym foyer, students are invited to sign a banner pledging to be DRUG FREE.
Students will also receive a token in Harbor Class.
Videos will be shared on the announcements.

Tuesday, October 24-
Students will receive a sticker at lunch which proclaims their choice to be drug free!
Videos will be shared on the announcements.

Wednesday, October 25-
Students are invited to wear Red to represent their stand against drug abuse, mix-it-up at lunch by sitting with different people than usual.
Videos will be shared on the announcements.

Thursday, October 26-
Students will receive a sticker at lunch which proclaims their choice to be drug free!
Videos will be shared on the announcements.
(Pick up shirt orders after school in the gym foyer to wear Friday!)

Friday, October 27-
Students are invited to wear their ORANGE stand together shirts!
Videos will be shared on the announcements.
We will have a balloon launch at the end of the day with the community guests. The launch will wrap up our take a stand month for ANTI-BULLYING, SUICIDE PREVENTION, and a DRUG FREE COMMUNITY!
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SEP
30

FFA Hog Raffle Winners

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Thank you to all who helped support the FFA by purchasing tickets for our Hog Raffle. Here are the results:

1st Place-Jennifer Vincent (Half Processed Hog and $20 Citrus Gift Certificate)
2nd Place- Christina Michael (Half Processed Hog)
3rd-5th Place-Sadonna Hinshaw, Randy Barga, and Mark Cline ($20 Certificates)

The money raised will help pay for our trip to National FFA Convention, Leadership Camps, and Career Development Events.

Also, special thanks to RESC employee, Rusty Oliver, for donating the processing of the market hog at Oliver's Butcher Shop here in Union City!
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20

UC has 5 of the 10 Top Lilly spots

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Congratulations to Justiss Cantu, Connor Kerns, Ellie Kerns, Trevor Thompson and Nalaina Whitesel for being selected as Lilly Top Ten Finalists. 
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SEP
11

PTO Scholastic Book Fair

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The Randolph Eastern Parent Teacher Organization is hosting their annual fall Book Fair. Stop by the Jr/Sr High School cafetorium this week from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. and next week in the North Side gym from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Stop by for some great books!

Thursday, Sept. 21 is the North Side family cookout from 5:30-6:30 p.m. Join us for a great evening together!

If you prefer, you can shop online. Union City Jr/Sr High School    North Side Elementary School
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    • Central Office

      Randolph Eastern School Corp
      731 N. Plum Street
      Union City, IN 47390

      Lisa Smith, Superintendent
      Tel: 765-964-4994
      Fax: 765-964-6590
    • Jr.-Sr. High School

      Union City Jr.-Sr. HS
      603 N. Walnut Street
      Union City, IN 47390

      Aaron Black, Principal
      Tel: 765-964-4840
      Fax: 765-964-3775
    • Elementary

      North Side Elementary
      905 N. Plum Street
      Union City, IN 47390

      Mark Winkle, Principal
      Tel: 765-964-6430
      Fax: 765-964-3445
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      RESC will inspire, instruct, and support our students as they develop into responsible, productive citizens.
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