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05/18/2022
EIght new UCS honorees will be formally inducted next week
10 Winter Teams Receive All-State Academic Honors
05/17/2022
Congratulations to the nine UCS varsity teams that received All-State Academic honors.

From The Principal:

Senior Families, 

We are fast approaching senior celebrations for the Class of 2022!  All seniors and at least one parent MUST attend the Mandatory Senior-Parent Meeting.  Please mark your calendar for this important meeting, Thursday, April 21, 2022 at 6:30 p.m. This is a requirement for all UCS students who plan to walk at graduation. We look forward to seeing there! :)


Health and Safety Protocols

Our school continues to work to maintain an in-person learning for all students through the entire year. The health and safety protocols used by our school are available on the 
UCS website.

At this time, there has been no change in the protocols used in our school, including our strong recommendation that families consider the use of face coverings. As Mr. Monroe’s letter indicated, we may need to make adjustments in our mitigation strategies for specific programs, classrooms or the entire school. If those adjustments are necessary, you will hear that directly from me.

All of us have a level of control over the health and safety of our school community. It is important that our families self-screen students every morning as outlined on the health and safety protocols. PLEASE DO NOT SEND YOUR STUDENT TO SCHOOL IF HE/SHE IS EXPERIENCING SYMPTOMS OR ILLNESS. This will help us keep students and staff safe and eliminate the need for quarantining.

The self-screening process every morning is an important way to keep our students in school, particularly when it comes to quarantines for students who are identified as being in close contact to an individual who has been diagnosed as a probable or confirmed case of COVID-19, as required by the Macomb County Health Department.

Updated guidelines regarding COVID-19 can be found at the Macomb County Health Department's website.

We can avoid the need for quarantines if all of us work together. If your student is not feeling well, do not send them to school. Thank you for your continued partnership and support.

Best,

Mrs. Beebe 

The mission of UAIS is to engage our students and to cultivate their abilities through individualized attention and the support of our community of educators, learners, and parents.

This collaborative environment and the rigorous, comprehensive, and internationally-minded curriculum challenge the learner to grow personally and academically.

As our students develop into enlightened, globally-aware citizens, the skills and understanding that they acquire at UAIS will help them lead today and improve tomorrow.


Utica Community Schools is Michigan's second largest school district.  

Student achievement in the district outpace all county, state and national averages. The district's graduation rate is 12 points higher than the state average and students are staff are regularly honored for excellence.

For more information on Utica Community Schools, please visit this link