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elizabethan dinner
Upland High School Choral Music Department proudly presents the thirtieth annual Elizabethan Dinner Show.

 

See the attached flyer for more details.

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Posted by: UHS webmaster
Published: 12/2/16

Audience: Darlene Connor, Homepage, About UHS, Academics, Activities, Athletic Schedules, Athletics, Career Center, Celebrated Activities at UHS, CSF, Discipline Department, DMA Academy, Electronic Gallery, Engineering and Architecture Academy, Girls Volleyball, Guidance Department, Health Services, HEF - Highlander Educational Foundation, hidden, hide HEF Awards 1, hide HEF Awards 2, HOPE Academy, Link Crew, Linked Learning Pathways, Marching Band and Color Guard, Parent Resources, Parent Student Handbook, PTSA, Reflections, Reflections, Reunions, Strategic Plan, Student Athletes, Student Resources, The Plaid, UTV Studio Productions, Yearbook, Parents, Grade 09, Grade 10 and Grade 11

Make Up Yearbook Picture Day for Freshmen, Sophomores and Juniors will be on Thursday, December 8th, in the Lower Library.   More information to follow.

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Posted by: Darlene Connor
Published: 11/29/16

Audience: Dwight Rogers, Discipline Department, Counselors, Senior English Teachers, sophomore's K-Z, Assistant Principals, Parents, Principals, Staff, Students, Teachers, All Grades, Grade 09, Grade 10, Grade 11, Grade 12 and Homepage

Hello Highlanders:

 

As you know we have had an exciting and wonderful start to our new year, however we need to finish strong. Many of you have had wonderful attendance and for that we thank you; but some of you are not doing so well and will need to change immediately! Allow this to serve as a reminder that in order to participate in activities, your student status must be in good standing.

 

All privileges are subject to be revoked if the following conditions are not met.

 

All students must have acceptable attendance for the quarter. Acceptable attendance will be no more than 2 unexcused absences and no more than 5 tardies for the quarter. The quarter ends December 22, 2016. If a student has any unserved Saturday Schools, they are automatically ineligible to participate in school activities until all Saturday Schools are served. A student may only purchase a ticket to a dance after all of their Saturday Schools have been served.

 

Dances are coming up quick and we just wanted to give you an opportunity to correct your attendance on your own. Also if you were suspended for any reason during the 2nd quarter (October 21-Dec 21st) you are ineligible to participate in any dance for that quarter. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Mr. Chavez (Ext 336) or Mr. Rogers ( Ext 310) in the Discipline office.

 

Dates to keep in mind:

 

February 10th -Senior Ball

Tickets will go on sale December 19 for students who qualify.

 

Powder Puff/ Backwards Dance- March 16th-17th

 

April 29th – Prom

 

June 8th – Graduation

 

Remember: It is the student’s responsibility to keep up with attendance issues.

 

 

Saturday School Schedule

2016-2017 SCHOOL YEAR

September            10, 17, 24
October 1, 8, 15, 22
November            5, 12
December            3, 10, 17
January 14, 21, 28
February 4, 11, 25
March 4, 11, 18
April 8, 15, 22, 29
May 6, 13, 20, 27
June 3
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Posted by: Dwight Rogers
Published: 11/28/16

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BSUPeople have been asking, what is the purpose of a Black Student Union? The BSU of Upland High School is an organization, whose primary concern and function is to assist students in their educational endeavors. Realizing that students have needs outside the educational institutions, the Black Student Union attempts to provide supportive services, which may or may not be directly educationally related, yet equally important to the educational experience. The Black Student Union also attempts to raise the level of consciousness and awareness of the student body as well as the schools administrators in the areas of black concerns. The Black Student Union also serves as a liaison between the community and the high school. Some of our goals include but not limited to: Providing scholarship money for seniors, assist in paying for senior applications and or SAT/ACT tests for any active member, pay for future events, hardships and so much more. The success of your BSU will depend completely on you. Are you ready?

 

How do you join?

All you need to do is come to a meeting and get involved!!! Meetings are every Thursday from 3-30pm in room D135.

President is Alexis Stallworth (Senior)

Advisor: Dwight Rogers (Director of Discipline and Attendance)

Anyone is welcome to join; however how active you are is up to you.

Hope to see you there!

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Posted by: UHS webmaster
Published: 11/17/16

Audience: CSF and Homepage

There is a new activity through the elementary schools, being hosted at Barnes and Noble, called Young Authors Night. Detail are below, however:

 *only eight volunteers are needed (the first 8 permission slips I receive)

 * you must stay the ENTIRE TIME

 *you MUST commit to going if you turn in a permission slip. Otherwise, you need to give Ms. Sage 24 hours notice in order to allow another student to take your place.

 

What: Young Authors Night

Where: Barnes and Noble (Montclair)

When: December 7th, 4:00 - 8:30 pm

 

You will be helping out Mrs. Caney from Foothill Knolls:

  • helping primary students at the microphone reading their story
  • passing out certificates, 
  • photographing each young author with their family
  • helping at the front table passing out flyers and directing families to our area

You must get the attached permission slip signed and returned to Ms. Sage in N248 by WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 6TH, BY 7:45 am. You are only able to turn permission slips in BEFORE SCHOOL (not during, and not after). You can also turn them in to the front office and they will time stamp it and put it in my mailbox. The time stamp must register BEFORE 7:45.

 

You must return the signed Hours Verification Slip by the end of December (before Winter Break).

 

Read and follow all directions carefully.

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Posted by: Vicki Sage
Published: 11/17/16

Audience: Homepage, PTSA and Reflections

PTSA will be collecting items for the Food Drive  from November 29 – December 8th.

Any nonperishable items (can goods, boxes, bag, etc.) can be donated and dropped in the donation boxes around campus.  YOU and your classroom can also participate and create a “Box of Love”  Thanks for participating and “Thanks  For Giving”! 

 

Here are some suggested items to donate:

 

Cans of Meat (tuna, chicken, chili, beef)             

Canned soups

Spaghetti or Spaghetti sauce                                  

Top Ramen or Cup of  Noodles

Vegetables and fruit or fruit cups                             

Rice (1lb. bags)

Macaroni & Cheese or pasta meals                     

Beans – pinto, black, or red

Oatmeal or Cereal                                               

Juice – boxes, Capri Sun

Instant mashed potatoes                                              

Granola Bars

Peanut butter  (PLASTIC containers only) 

Jam/Jelly

 

Note: These items are for "Box of Love and not intended as Thanksgiving dinners

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Posted by: UHS webmaster
Published: 11/16/16

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Grad Night will be at Disneyland on June 14th, 2017.  The following are the scheduled sale dates and prices. Sales will be in the student store.

Jan 13th, & 27th ($110, cash or check and $115/credit card)

Feb 10th, & 24th ($130 cash or check and $135/credit card)

March 10th, 24th (March is $150 cash or check and $155/credit card)

 

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Posted by: UHS webmaster
Published: 11/10/16

Audience: CSF and Homepage

Upland Elementary is hosting a "Winter Fiesta" and would like some CSF volunteers. If you are interested, details are below.

 

What: Winter Fiesta

Where: Upland Elementary School

When: December 9th, 6 - 8 pm

 

You must get the attached permission slip signed and returned to Ms. Sage in N248 by WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 7TH, BY 7:45 am. You are only able to turn permission slips in BEFORE SCHOOL (not during, and not after). You can also turn them in to the front office and they will time stamp it and put it in my mailbox. The time stamp must register BEFORE 7:45.

 

You must return the signed Hours Verification Slip by the end of December (before Winter Break).

 

Read and follow all directions carefully.

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Posted by: Vicki Sage
Published: 11/10/16

Audience: Homepage

Please see the attached pdf flyer detailing all the graduation gear available

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Posted by: UHS webmaster
Published: 11/7/16

Audience: CSF and Homepage

If you would like to help the PTSA hand out "Holiday Baskets" to families in the community, your opportunity is listed below.

 

What: Holiday Baskets

When: December 10th, 7:30 - 11:30 am

Where: UHS Cafeteria

 

 

You must get the attached permission slip signed and returned to Ms. Sage in N248 by FRIDAY DECEMBER 9TH, BY 7:45 am. You are only able to turn permission slips in BEFORE SCHOOL (not during, and not after).

 

You must return the signed Hours Verification Slip by the end of December (before Winter Break).

 

Read and follow all directions carefully.

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Posted by: Vicki Sage
Published: 11/7/16

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Final exams for first semester will be December 20, 21, 22 from 7:45 to 12:20. Final exams and final projects are an critical part of the learning process. It is important that all students are present. 

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Posted by: Trevor Foglesong
Published: 10/26/16

Audience: Career Center, Grade 12, Assistant Principals, Parents, Principals, Staff, Teachers and Homepage

ATTENTION SENIORS! Are you planning on attending Chaffey Community College when you graduate from high school?  Then sign up for Chaffey’s Senior Early Assessment and get 4th day priority registration!  If you are interested in taking advantage of this great opportunity Chaffey College has to offer, then please sign up in the Career Center.  Sessions will begin spring semester and all sessions will be held at Upland High School after school.  See attached flyer for scheduled dates. 

Deadline to register is Tuesday, January 31st.

Please stop by the Career Center for more information.  

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Posted by: Angie Barragan
Published: 10/13/16

Audience: Reflections and Homepage

CONGRATULATIONS to last year's Reflections winners! The theme was "Let Your Imagination Fly!" and both of these students did an excellent job representing the theme.

 

Ethan Hunt, a sophomore this year, entered in the Special Artist- Film category. His entry also went on to Council, District, State, and National levels, and he won an Award of Merit at the National level. Way to go Ethan! Follow the link below to watch his amazing video!

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Madison McGregor, who graduated in May, entered the Literature category, and her entry went on to the Council and District levels of competition. Attached is a copy of her poem, Or So it May Seem, for you to enjoy. Congratulations, Madison!

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Posted by: Staci Taylor
Published: 9/12/16

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Posted by: John Massie
Published: 6/7/16

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The UUSD District Counseling Center is now open. For more info visit the District website or read the brochure.

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Posted by: John Massie
Published: 6/7/16