It has been a busy week at UHS. First, thank you to everyone for your support during what was, at times, a challenging week. We realize the strength of our community comes through in its core values: respectful, responsible, empathetic, nurturing. Our Student Council coordinated a terrific Homecoming Spirit Week that will culminate tomorrow with a number of home sporting events, and we have seen so much school spirit, camaraderie, and community pride.
We have some announcements:
SENIOR YEARBOOK PHOTOS DUE OCTOBER 1
- If you had your senior portrait taken by the school photographer, David Silverman Photography, you are all set! If you are submitting a photo taken by anyone else, you are responsible for getting your photo to the yearbook staff.
- Our preferred format is a high-resolution digital photo. Please submit your photo in JPEG format, and send us a copy that is at least 640 x 800 pixels (.8 aspect ratio) in size so that we can print it at good quality. You can email your photo to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- If you received your photo on a CD or only have prints, you can also submit your photo by bringing the CD or print to the yearbook adviser, Ms. Charpentier. Once yearbook has a copy of your photo, the CD or print will be returned to you.
- All portrait prints or digital files must be submitted before or on . Submissions after this date may not be accepted. If you do not submit a photo to the yearbook staff to use as your senior portrait, we will use your school photo.
- Head and shoulder portraits, close-ups, and 3/4 length portraits are all acceptable.
- Plain backgrounds in natural colors are preferred, but outdoor photographs will also be accepted.
- The layout for the senior pages uses a portrait orientation, not landscape, for photos. If you submit a landscape photo, we will crop it to fit the layout.
- We will accept color or black and white photos.
- The yearbook is a school publication; please make sure that your outfit complies with the school dress code.
- Props are permitted in photos; however, pets and fellow humans are not considered props.
If you have any questions about senior portraits, please contact the yearbook adviser at email@example.com.
Registration is now open for Destination Imagination. Please see the attached flyer for additional information and the registration form. Completed forms should be submitted to your child’s school by October 2nd. There will be an informational meeting on Tuesday, September 26th at 7:15 p.m. at the Uxbridge High School library. You can also contact the DI coordinator, Kris Holt, for additional information at firstname.lastname@example.org or 508-274-8938.
HOMECOMING DAY SCHEDULE: SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 23
9:00 a.m.: Field Hockey vs. Blackstone-Millville
11:00 a.m.: Boys soccer vs. Blackstone-Millville
1:00 p.m.: Girls soccer vs. Blackstone-Millville
3:30 p.m.: Football vs. Holy Name
7:00 p.m.: Homecoming Dance
Parking and Traffic Patterns
At the end of the day, we are going to be working with the students and bus company to do a better job with student dismissal. From the side lot, no students will be permitted to leave until the buses leave. Parents, please, as you enter the campus, do not block the road along the football field side of the lot. We need to leave space for an emergency vehicle to enter the campus if needed. If parents can move toward the student lot and the entire length of the faculty lot in front of the building, that would be appreciated.
As always, we thank you for the support. Please reach out with any questions.
Michael Rubin, Principal
Uxbridge High School
Uxbridge High School