Wildcat Weekly

The wildcat weekly is updated every Friday that school is in session. 
For a PDF version of the newsletter, please click Summer 2018

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  Summer 2018
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Upcoming Events

June 28 – Aug. 7 – Office closed

 Aug. 20 9th grade Registration

                                Last names A – M             8:30-9:45

                                Last names N – Z              9:45-11:00

Aug. 20 8th grade Registration

                                Last names A – M             12:30-1:45

                                Last names N – Z              1:45-3:00

Aug. 21 7th grade Registration

                                Last names A – M             8:30-10:00

                                Last names N – Z              10:00 – 11:30

 

Aug. 21 – 7th grade & New Student Orientation, 6:30, cafeteria

Aug. 22 – 7th grade Wildcat Pride Day, 9:00-12:00; registration required – click here

 

Sept. 4 – First Day of School; full day for secondary students

Sept. 4 – sports physicals, 5:30-7:30, cafeteria



Wildcat Pride Day – for incoming 7th grade students

August 22nd, 9:00-Noon.  Registration is required – please click here

This day is for students only and will include active games, presentations and activities designed to get incoming 7th graders used to Shelby before the first day of school.

9th grade Chicago Trip, Spring Break 2019

The Chicago trip is scheduled for April 2-4, 2019. 

This is an optional trip open to Shelby Junior High 9th grade students (class of 2022).

The trip includes the Art Institute, Holocaust Museum, Field Museum, Museum of Science & Industry, John Hancock Observatory, Shedd Aquarium, Navy Pier shopping, Miracle Mile shopping, Millennium Park, Medieval Times, and a theatre show (to be determined by availability). 

The purpose of the trip is to have fun with your friends! 

Approximate cost is $500 per student (which includes everything except your shopping money!) 

See Mrs. T in counseling for more information or a flyer to take home to your parents. 

The first meeting for the Chicago Trip will take place shortly after school starts in the fall – please look for information on the website, on the morning broadcast, or in the Wildcat Weekly.



UTICA-FORD UNITED 

HIGH SCHOOL HOCKEY

SUMMER TOURNAMENTS

 

  • June 22ND -24TH at Fraser Ice Arena hosted by Eisenhower High School

     

  • July 13TH & 14th at Mt. Clemens Ice Arena hosted by

Dakota High School, the Anthony Mastronardi Classic

 

Hockey players that attend Utica High School or Henry Ford II High School are welcome to participate.

 

Those interested in summer tournaments or information regarding regular season should contact:

Head Coach Bob Clouston - bclouston@hotmail.com

Or

Team Manager Nancy Waldrip – waldrip01@gmail.com




Ike Equestrian Team Information

If any incoming freshman are interested in being on the Eisenhower Equestrian Team for Fall of 2018, please contact Holly for further information:

Holly Westgate, 586-604-9851, westgates@sbcglobal.net

IKE Equestrian team  District #12

http://www.mihadistrict12.org/

Varsity Meets9/9/18, 9/15/18, 9/16/18

 Team paperwork/registration needs to be completed by 7/27/18



Summer School Age Child Care

Register now for summer 2018 School Age Child Care Summer Camp. More information is available at this link.

http://ucscommunityeducation.com/school_age_child_care/summer_camp




Power School Unified Classroom for Parents

On Monday, February 5, 2018, the Parent Portal for Unified Classroom will be opened.  Once parents have created their accounts in Unified Classroom, the calendar, attached assignments and activity feed will be part of the parent dashboard.  Please click here for instructions.






UCS App Settings

The UCS App has undergone a number of recent upgrades. Please check the settings tab (located under the wrench and hammer icon in the lower right corner of the home screen) to ensure you will continue to receive personalized notifications and information specific to Shelby Junior High.  You may follow one or more schools.
If you have not downloaded the App, we encourage you to do so to receive updated alerts from our school. Links to download the app are available at:
http://www.uticak12.org/social









Wildcat Information Links:______________

2018-2019 School Calendar

Power School Lunch Balance
Power School General Information
Tips for using the Power School App

Student Handbook
Bell Schedule
Wildcat Pride Donation/Fundraising Program
Parent/Student Policies/Procedures/FAQs
Parenting Resources
Parent Sounding Board Dates 2017-18
Announcements via Shelby Remind
Testing Strategies
Shelby Clubs & Extra Curricular Activities

Teacher Webpages

District Quick Links

 



Summer Cheer Club

June 28, July 12, July 26, August 9, August 23
6:30-8:30 p.m.
Held on the track in front of SJH.  Bring water with you!
Must have physical and parent permission slip to participate.  Please click here for information as well as the parent permission slip.





sketch of sunshine with the words summer school printed in blue

UCS Summer School

Credit Recovery, Credit Forward, Online Virtual Learning

Please click here for more information




Utica & Eisenhower Athletic Booster information

If you have a son or daughter going into 9th grade next year please click on the links below to be directed to high school Athletic Booster Club websites. By getting directly on their email blast list you'll be sure not to miss anything regarding tryouts, camps, schedules, etc.

Utica High School Athletic Boosters

uticaathleticboosters.com

Eisenhower High School Athletic Boosters

Eisenhower High School Athletic Booster Club membership




Community Resources

Macomb Feeding the Need Community Kitchen
Information on hours, services, and location
can be found here






Dietary Accommodations Information

Dear Parents:

Our school is committed to providing a safe and effective learning environment that respects the unique needs of all of our students. If your student is taking part in our lunch or breakfast programs, it is important that we have the appropriate information to address any possible food allergies