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08/17/2018
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From The Principal

Wildcat Families:

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


BOND ISSUE

The Utica Community Schools Board of Education voted unanimously (7-0) in mid-August to place a bond proposal on the November ballot to address safety and security, technology and infrastructure improvements identified through the district’s strategic, long-range facility improvement program.  Voter approval of the bond proposal has been structured to keep the tax rate at or below the current level.  An insert in our newsletter explains the Board's action and outlines the purpose of the bond proposal.  This proposal will impact every UCS student and school.  We will share more about the bond proposal when school opens.  For more information, you can also contact me or visit www.uticak12.org/2018bond.






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Utica Community Schools is Michigan's second largest school district. Student achievement in the district outpaces all county, state and national averages. The district's graduation rate is 12 points higher than the state average and students are staff are regularly honored for excellence.

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