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Shelby publications earn state honors
Shelby Yearbook earns 25 awards
Rivals meet to support local families
Malow, Shelby to meet on the court to support holiday fund
Initiative to encourage AP recognized by White House
Shelby Junior High and all UCS secondary schools are continuing the efforts to increase the number of students in Advanced Placement (AP) courses after recently being named a member of the national Lead Higher Initiative.
UCS ThunderQuest storms into Henry Ford II
Lego Robotics teams will compete on November 11
Coding gets things moving at Flickinger Elementary
Students learn how to program mini robots
Ike, Stevenson present choir concerts
Join us Wednesday for our Fall Choir Concerts

From The Principal

Oct. 18 – 7th grade football at Jeannette, 4:00
Oct. 18 – 8th grade football vs. Jeannette, 4:00
Oct. 18 – 7th & 8th grade girls volleyball vs. Davis, 4:00
Oct. 19 – NJHS bagel sale, outside cafeteria, 7:45 a.m.
Oct. 19 – Retake day, 7:30 – Noon
Oct. 19 – Builders Club meeting, room 105, 3:10-4:10
Oct. 20 - Spirit day:  PINK OUT
Oct. 20 - Student Council caramel sucker sale during lunch 
Oct. 23 – 7th & 8th girls volleyball at Malow, 4:00
Oct. 24 – Wildcat Pride Time (Homework Club) cancelled
Oct. 25 – 9th grade Spotlight Breakfast, Media Center, 7:30 a.m.
Oct. 25 – 7th & 8th grade girls volleyball vs. Jeannette, 4:00
Oct. 26 – NJHS bagel sale, outside cafeteria, 7:45 a.m.
Oct. 26 – Talent Show, cafeteria, 7:00
Oct. 26 – 7th & 8th grade football vs. Bemis at Swinehart Field, 4:30/6:00
Oct. 27 – Halloween Dance, cafeteria, 6:00-8:00
Oct. 30 – 7th & 8th grade girls volleyball vs. Eppler, 4:00
Nov. 1 – 7th & 8th grade girls volleyball at Bemis, 4:00
Nov. 1 – 7th & 8th grade football vs. Malow at Swinehart Field, 4:30/6:00
Nov. 3 – End of the 1st quarter


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