Oct 25 JUST A REMINDER: Parent/Teacher Conferences will be November 2nd and 3rd from 4:00 to 8:00 pm. Oct 24 The WBE Book Fair will begin October 31, and run through November 3. We will be open from 8-4 each day. We will also be open Wednesday and Thursday evenings during conferences. See you at the Book Fair! Oct 19 Hiring for a K-6 Special Education Paraprofessional…applications due October 24th…if interested call 756-4335.
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Jonathan Harp qualified to go to the Cross Country State Meet in Wamego this coming Saturday, October 29th. He finished in 5th place at regionals this past Saturday. He also broke the school record by one second. Coach Wilkinson stated, "Jonathan has been working extremely hard to accomplish this goal. He is the first male runner from Uniontown to qualify for state." . . .
The Uniontown Livestock Judging Team competed at the National FFA Competition last week. Members of the team were Danielle Nading, Hayden Cole, John Emmerson and Kolby Seested. The team ended up 7th overall out of 44 school competing from across the United States. Earning Gold Emblem individually were John Emmerson, Danielle Nading and Hayden Cole. Kolby Seested earned the Silver Emblem. . . .
Uniontown's football team was eliminated from playoff contention Friday night at the hands of the Yates Center Wildcats. Yates Center would go on to win 33-14 in convincing style. Yates Center led 7-0 after the first quarter and 13-0 at halftime. With the loss, Uniontown dropped to 0-2 in district play. Colgan (5-3, 2-0 DISTRICT) clinched a playoff spot with their wins over both Oswego and . . .
The Uniontown Eagles' volleyball team was eliminated by St. Marys Colgan in the second-round of the Sub-State tournament. Uniontown defeated the seventh-seeded West Elk Patriots in two sets, 25-19, 25-15. Holly Shinn had 10 kills and Keely Goodridge had 7 kills. Maddie Ard had 10 assists. In the second round, Colgan defeated the Eagles, ending their season. Colgan won in two sets, 25-8, . . .
The Lady Eagles' volleyball team finished the regular season with a non-league double header at Pleasanton. In the first match, Marmaton Valley defeated the Eagles in three sets 21-25, 25-20, 16-25. Holly Shinn had 14 kills and Keely Goodridge had 4 kills. Later that evening, Uniontown would defeat Pleasanton 25-22, 25-19. Shinn had 10 aces and 6 kills. Goodridge had 8 kills. . . .