Wednesday, May 19, 2021
Happy Birthday today: Oran Varela, Emmitt Holt, Olivia Shike, Miss Lechel
Activity Period: Thursday- Student Council
“If you’re courting a nice girl, an hour seems like second. If you’re sitting on a red hot cinder, a second seems like an hour. That’s relativity.” - Albert Einstein. It’s your last chance to see The Theory of Relativity, Ms. Kensek’s final show at Unity. May 20-22, come show your support for her and the cast in-person.
Anyone interested in reading the Daily Bulletin for the 2021-2022 school year, please stop by the office for more information.
Attention Rockets: The Unity Marching Band is looking for members to join the 2021/2022 Color guard program. If you're interested in the fine arts or are looking to try something new, please stop by the band room before the end of this school year and talk to Mr. Cardiff anytime. All students and grade levels are welcome. You don't have to be in band or have any prior experience to be in color guard to join. If you're not sure what color guard is, please stop and ask Mr. Cardiff for more information. Thank you.
The Girls Track and Field team had another dominating performance last night at the Tuscola Freshman/Sophomore Invite. Earning medals with a top 2 performance were: Kayla Nelson and Lauren Miller 1st and 2nd in the 100 and 200, Kaelyn Kleparski took 1st in the 800, and Pole Vault. Olivia Shike was 2nd in the 1600, Erica Woodard was 2nd in the 3200, Bri Ritchie was 1st in the 100 Hurdles and Long Jump, Kayla Nelson was 2nd in the Long Jump, Reagan Little won the Triple Jump and High Jump, Analyse Carter was 2nd in the Discus, and the 4x400 team of Kleparski, Woodard, Sophia Stierwalt, and Evelyn Albaugh also took first. Great job ladies! The Rockets will run on the new track for the first time this Friday for the Unity Invitational.
Students: are you interested in 3D print making & modeling? Do you see your future self in the business world and want to learn what it takes to be a leader? Do you enjoy Science, Math, Computer Science, or Engineering and want to learn more over the summer? The University of IL is holding a variety of Youth Summer Programs available to high school students. For more information, check the bulletin board outside of the Guidance department or stop in Guidance for a flier.