October 7, 2021
Happy Birthday: Saturday: Abigail Woolcott
Sunday: Marie Baxley, Erin Sanders
Monday: Nolan Wishall
Today’s Events: Volleyball @ St Thomas More HS, 6 pm- No freshmen
Friday’s Events: Volleyball @ BCC Invite, Shirk Center, Normal 5 pm
Varsity Football @ Rantoul HS, 7 pm
Saturday’s Events: Volleyball @ BCC Invite, Shirk Center, Normal 9 am
Girls’ Cross Country vs Metamora HS, Black Partridge Park 9 am
Boys’ Cross Country vs Cumberland HS, Lakeland College 9 am
Monday’s Events: JV Football @ Rantoul HS, 6 pm
Activity Period: Tuesday-FCA; Wednesday- Pep Club
Juniors and Seniors: The following colleges will be visiting Unity soon. Please sign up in the Guidance office to meet with these representatives.
October 14: Millikin University
October 19th: Western Illinois University
Students: there are Homecoming tickets in the office for anyone who would like to keep a ticket as a souvenir.
There were several items left at the Homecoming dance on Saturday. You can find these in the office.
Students: if you have lost something small, don’t forget to check the lost and found in the office. We have a variety of jewelry, glasses & even small electronics.
The Annual Volley for A Cure match is next week on Thursday, October 14th against Pontiac in the Rocket Center. JV starts at 6pm and the Varsity match will follow. Come support your UHS Volleyball team and help raise money to fight breast cancer. Purchase and enjoy sweet treats at the bake sale, buy 50/50 tickets, or bid on items in the Silent Auction for the chance to win a $250 gift card to Rocket Motors for a full vehicle detail, a $50 gift card to Overtime, or even 2 Illini Football Tickets among other great items. Your UHS Pep Band and Banner Singers will be performing as well. The money raised goes to support The Mills Breast Cancer Institute in Urbana. Remember to wear PINK!
Ever needed a snack or an emergency stick of deodorant? The Rocket Locker has exactly what you need! Any student can stop by between classes or before/after school to get things like: snacks, clothing, or hygiene items. This is a no-questions-asked system, so any students who find themselves in need of food, clothing, or supplies may take what they need when they need it.