Monday, September 23, 2019
Happy Birthday today: Nate Drennan, Luke Williamson, Mrs. Rink
Tonight’s Events: Soccer vs Hoopeston HS, 4:30 pm
Volleyball vs Argenta-Oreana HS, 6 pm
JV Football vs St Joseph-Ogden HS 6 pm
Activity Period: Wednesday-FFA Committee, Thursday-Student Council
Coach Patton will hold open gyms on Tuesday and Thursday evenings from 6-7 PM. This open gym is open to anyone interested.
Juniors and Seniors: The following colleges will be visiting soon. Sign up in the Guidance Office. September 24th: Southern Illinois Edwardsville; October 2nd: McKendree University; October 4th: Parkland College / Parkland Pathway to U of I.
Coach Ellars will have open gym Tuesday and Thursday from 4:30-6:00 at UHS.
If you want a new book to read or have a book to suggest for others to read then come to the Book Club. The Book Club will meet every Wednesday at eight o‘clock in the library. Our first meeting will be Wednesday, September 25th. If you cannot attend please see Mrs. Graves for information.
Students: Please remember to renew your library books. Any fines will be waived until September 30th; after that fines will start accumulating.
Interested in games, snacks, and learning more about Jesus? Come to the P7 Bible Club on September 23. We will meet in room 18 from 3:00 to 3:45. Everyone is welcome and we hope to see you there!"
Unity boys XC finished an impressive 3rd out of 21 teams with Jarrett Cox finishing 12, Connor O’Donnell 19th, Derek Dayton 31st, Thomas Cler 42nd, Brendan Graven 46th, Shane Ogden 56th, Nolan Miller 57th, and Clayton Jamison 58th!
The girls team swept the Tuscola Classic with 10 places in the top 17, finishing with a low 32 points to take home first place. Kylie Decker challenged some of the state's best 1A runners leading the Rockets in 4th place. Evy Atkins was 5th, followed closely by Taylor Joop in 6th, Caroline Bachert in 8th, and Elizabeth Hulick rounding out the scoring for the Rockets with a 9th place finish.
The cross country teams compete at the Spartan Classic in St Joe on Saturday at 9 AM.
Congratulations to the 2019 Homecoming Queen and King, Elyce Knudsen and Tyler Gadbury.
As usual, all of the classes did a great job with the floats this year! The sophomores pulled out the first place win, with the juniors placing second, the seniors third, and the freshmen finishing fourth. Show Choir won the best truck/car float this year, and the Math Club won best decorated halllway! Student council would like to thank everyone for all of your hard work and school spirit this past week! Can’t wait to see what you all bring next year!