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Daily Bulletin
Daily Bulletin
Susie Fisher
Monday, September 13, 2021

Daily Bulletin


Monday, September 13, 2021


Happy Birthday today:


Today’s Events: Soccer @ Georgetown HS, 4:30 pm,

                             bus at 2:45 pm, dismiss 2:35 pm


                             Varsity Volleyball @ Westville HS, 6 pm

                             JV Football vs IVC HS, UHS field, 6 pm


Activity Period: Wednesday- Pep Club                                                   



The following college will be visiting Unity soon.  Juniors and Seniors can sign up in the Guidance Office to meet with them.

September 16th: Eastern Illinois University.


Students: Parkland College is hosting a college fair on Wednesday, September 15th from 6-8 pm.  An email with more information was sent to your Unity email.  If you have any questions, please see your counselor.


The Student Section theme for Thursday’s Volleyball game is Hawaiian and for Friday’s Football game is Neon.  Support the girls against BCC and the boys against Olympia! 


The wizard of Oz cast list is posted outside of the guidance office, if you auditioned please check the cast list for your name and role.

Congratulations to the lead roles:

Dorothy will be played by Shelbee Taylor

The Scaredrow will be played by Ryan Cole 

The Tin- man will be played by Ellen Ping

The Lion will be played by Cody Broadfoot

Glinda will be played by Avery Lane

and the Wicked Witch will be played by Sarah Rink 

Play Rehearsals will be Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday 3-5:30 in Ms. Marcel's classroom. If you're on the cast list, then you must be at rehearsal.

The girls cross country team finished 2nd out of 50 teams Saturday at the First to the Finish Invitational in Peoria. Top finishes were 10th place Erica Woodard, 13th place Reagen Stringer, 17th place Olivia Shike, 25th Malia Fairbanks, 29th place Harper Hancock, and 48th place Emily Decker in the field of 478 runners.