Monday, April 1, 2013

UESeNews #44 April 1, 2013

Dates to remember:

April 4 – Pre-first Informational Night
April 11 - UE PTO Fashion Show Fundraiser
April 12 – Family Basketball Night at UHS
April 14 – Chorus at 76ers Game
April 17 – 18 – 19 – Half Day K-5 Conferences

Listserv Table of Contents:

+UE Family Fun Night of Basketball
+76ers game tickets still available for Sale!
+Pre-First Informational Night
+ Girls Lacrosse Clinic
+UHS After Prom Chick-Fil-A fundraiser
+UHS Quarterback Club Mulch Fundraiser
+Risky Business Discussion

*****Message 1 of 7

We have an exciting event coming up at UE – the UE Family Fun Night of
It will be taking place at the new High School Gym on April 12th from
Watch teachers and parents face off in a night of basketball that includes
lots of other fun activities including: pre-game shot competition, Mr.
Beaver as a special announcer, special team spirit souvenirs for purchase
and grade-level dances for all UE students.
This is a great opportunity to show some UE spirit and cheer for your
favorite teacher or parent!!!
Please see the flyer in your child's folder with more details and ability
to sign up to play, help or just come and watch.
Tickets are $10 per family/$5 per person. Hope to see you there!!!
Contact Colleen Boyle with questions about the event.

*****Message 2 of 7

April 14 - 4th and 5th chorus performance at the 76ers game.
A few tickets still remain and orders will be accepted until they are gone.
$20 per ticket, contact Regina Turner <>

*****Message 3 of 7

Pre-First Informational Night for parents whose children are being
recommended for pre-first or for parents that want to learn more about the
April 4th, 2013 - 6:30-8:00 PM

*****Message 4 of 7

Girls Lacrosse Clinic
on Saturday April 6, 2013 from 1:00pm-3:00pm on UHS stadium turf!
Girls in grades 1st thru 8th, come out and work on your LAX skills with
the UHS girls lacrosse team and coaches. Only $25 in advance, $30 at the
door. Walk ups welcome. Click link for flyer and details:!/2013/03/girls-lacrosse-clinic-46.html

*****Message 5 of 7

The UHS After Prom Committee is having a fundraiser at Chick-fil-A on
Friday, April 5 and Saturday, April 6, all day from 6:30am-10pm. Just
mention the Unionville High School After Prom & a portion of the
proceeds go to the event. Please come support this event!

*****Message 6 of 7

Spring is here and what does that mean? Time to get those flower beds and
gardens cleaned and ready for planting!
Scheduling is open for the UHS Quarterback Club spring mulch fundraiser!
You order your mulch, then have the UHS football players provide the
manual labor to spread it for you. Your mulch will be spread in 1-2
hours and your yard will look BEAUTIFUL! We can spread any amount of
mulch from 1 yard to 50 yards. A donation of $30/yard is suggested.
Every penny donated goes to support Unionville middle and high school
football programs.
Sign up BEFORE your mulch is delivered so we can assure that your mulch is
spread on the day you want it spread as our schedule fills quickly.
Gardens/flower beds should be cleared and ready to mulch before we get
there. And is it best to mulch BEFORE you plant new plantings.
Click the link below to sign up now as the schedule is filling quickly
with April already almost full! Mulch jobs are performed on a Saturday or
Sunday. Smaller jobs (5 yards or less) can often be done on weekdays.

If you are unable to access the link, send an email to to sign up.

*****Message 7 of 7

RISKY BUSINESS: What Are Our Kids Up To These Days?
Thursday, April 18th from 7pm - 9pm
CF Patton Middle School Auditorium
Presented by FOCUS and the UCF Education Foundation

Come hear the results of the recent Pennsylvania Youth Survey of 6th, 8th,
10th, and 12th grade students, and their behavior and knowledge concerning
alcohol, drugs, tobacco, mental health, and bullying. The survey provides
critical information concerning students' use and abuse of these harmful
substances and behaviors. Jacquelyn Taylor, Executive Director of The COAD
Group, and Jim Fulginiti, Asst. Principal of CF Patton, will present the
survey results for both Unionville-Chadds Ford and Chester County students
as compared to PA statewide results. Small group discussions facilitated
by a variety of community professionals will follow and focus on
identifying these risky behaviors and the protective factors that guard
against them.

This program is free, but please reserve a seat by registering at

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