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Polk County Interim Progress Reports

Union Academy is sending home the Polk County Interim Progress Report for all our students Friday, September 22, 2017. This report is informational and does not have to be returned to the school. For questions on the reports content, please contact your child’s teachers.


Girls Who Code Club

Girls Who Code is a national non-profit working to close the gender gap in technology. Our Clubs are free after-school programs for 6-12th grade girls to use computer science to impact their community and join our sisterhood of supportive peers and role models.

Any Union Academy girl who is interested in joining GIRLS Who Code please see Mrs. Motta for more information and a permission slip. The first meeting will be Wed Sept 27 after school from 2:45 -3:45.

Click here for more information: Girls_Who_Code_Overview-2017


ClassLink

To enhance security, ALL students must use Polk credentials to login to computers at school. To access their same apps at home, use this document: Accessing_Classlink_from_Home.


Union Academy 2017-2018 Uniform Policy

School uniforms provide a high standard of expectations for our students. By eliminating the many distractions created by fashion, trends and overall appearance, we are creating a safe and productive atmosphere for learning. The uniforms worn by Union Academy students in the 2017- 2018 reflect the minimum standard required for all magnets schools in Polk County. Please read the Uniform Policy 2017-18 PDF carefully for important information.


Support the Union Academy PTA with Jeans Day

The PTA is sponsoring the Union Academy Last Friday Jeans Day. Students who donate to the drive get to wear jeans on the last Fridays of the months. Click here for more information: Jeans Day 2017-2018.


Parent Portal Update Information

Parents: please review information on Parent Portal and make necessary corrections to save time on Orientation Day.

Parent Portal


Summer Reading Quick Links!

Please use the links below to quickly access files and sites for the summer reading assignment.

Media Center

http://ua.polk-fl.net/wp-content/uploads/2017/05/Summer-Reading-2017-6th.pdf

http://ua.polk-fl.net/wp-content/uploads/2017/05/Summer-Reading-2017-7th-8th.pdf

http://ua.polk-fl.net/wp-content/uploads/2015/05/Learner-Profile-Assignment-2015.pdf

Summer Reading! Tell me about your book!

 


Student Orientation Night

Union Academy’s 2018 Student Orientation will be held Tuesday, August 8, from 4:00 to 6:00 p.m.


Buy Your Yearbook Today!

The last day to pre-order a yearbook is March 31st. You can order online or purchase one at school with Mrs. B. Williams the art teacher. See application for details.

Don’t delay – order one today!

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eBook Card Catalog Change

Destiny (our online card catalog) was recently updated. There is now a new location for our eBook collection. Instead of clicking on Follett Shelf, you will need to click on the Destiny Discover tab.
The user ID for students and their password remain the same.


Union Academy’s PTA Needs YOU!

The UA PTA is active in making your school a better place for learning using the IB profile. Through two fundraisers during the school year, we’re able to enhance learning, teaching and volunteering at UA. Last year, we raised over $25,000 to improve your child’s education. With this money the PTA purchased IPADs, IPad Carts, and an AR Subscription for the entire school!

For more information and the membership form, PTA Membership 2016-2017.


Subscribe to our News via Email!

Stay on top of Union Academy news by subscribing to our news posts via email. Simply click the “Subscribe” button on the left side of our home page, enter your email, and you will be kept abreast of news and events.


Box Tops for Education

Box Tops for Education is a fun and easy way to raise money for Union Academy. The funds raised in the past have purchased video cameras and computers for students, supplies and other equipment. There will be a school wide contest during the 2016 – 2017 school year for individual students and classes that bring in the most box tops.

If every student brought in an average of just 6 box tops for each month of the year, we would raise over $3000! The money will be spent to continue upgrading the school’s technology and students’ learning experience.

For more information, please go to our Box Tops for Education Page.


Online Digital Access to Student Textbooks and Resources

For students in Algebra 1, Geometry, Algebra 2, and all English/ Language Arts courses for grades 6th-12th, the Polk County School District is providing online digital access to student textbooks and resources through Pearson SuccessNet. After teachers have completed the enrollment process for their specific class rosters, students and parents will have access to the online resources. Further information will be posted shortly.