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Saturday, 12/20/2014

The purpose of University Hills is to ensure learning for all students.

University Hills Elementary

600 Croydon Road

Rochester Hills, MI 48309

248.726-4400

Amy Grande~Principal, Yvonne Lacross~SecretaryPeachjar eflyers

*University Hills Attendance Line~ 248-726-4410*

Please make sure to call the attendance line if your child will not be in school.  Thank you!

School Hours~ Full Day:  8:10-3:13   Half Day:  8:10-11:25

Dates to Remember

Friday, December 19, 2014- Winter Recess Begins at the End of Day

Monday, January 5, 2015- Classes Resume

Friday, January 9, 2015- Vision Testing Grades 1,3,5

*Week of January 12, 2015- Vision Testing Grades 1,3,5

Wednesday, January 14, 2015- Science Club 7:00 PM

Friday, January 16, 2015- Half Day for Students/Teacher Records

Monday, January 19, 2015- Martin Luther King, Jr. Day/No School for Students

UH Science Club

University Hills students are being offered a wonderful opportunity to be exposed to science and the scientific method. The University Hills Science Club, being run by parent volunteers and student alumni, offers students a safe and collaborative way to experiment with different scientific concepts and to gain a better understanding of the opportunities that are available in the scientific field.

Show all Our School Community

Spirit Council Helps its Community

University Hills' Spirit Council gathered more than 50 third through fifth grade students (with the help of parent accomplices) to go out into the University Hills community to provide leaf raking services to some of our seniors. We are so proud of our service-minded students and their many kindnesses to the community!


Students Learn Computer Programming

University Hills' students were very excited and engaged by the opportunity to learn some basic computer coding skills during media class. Links to websites that allow students to practice these skills with various programming languages are available on the media center website.


Kindergarten/Third Grade Buddies Work Together

University Hills' third grade students worked with kindgergarten students to discover what they were thankful for. The students made turkeys with each tail feather representing something that they were grateful to have in their lives. We are grateful for such wonderful leadership and collaborative spirits on the part of our students!


UH Students Honor Veterans

University Hills students honored veterans with a silent dismissal. The student body sang the song "What Do You Say to a Hero" under the direction of UH music teacher, Mrs. Blazis followed by a poetry reading to honor our veterans. Students heard "Taps" and then continued with a silent dismissal from the school grounds.


UH Science Club

University Hills students are being offered a wonderful opportunity to be exposed to science and the scientific method. The University Hills Science Club, being run by parent volunteers and student alumni, offers students a safe and collaborative way to experiment with different scientific concepts and to gain a better understanding of the opportunities that are available in the scientific field.


University Hills Teacher Honored

University Hills' Information Literacy Specialist, Lisa Kelley, was honored as 2014 Henry Ford Museum Teacher Fellow. The main goal of Mrs. Kelley's tenure as Teacher Fellow was to remove barriers to intellectual access of various artifacts. She developed a proto-type website that could be accessed via QR codes, embedded at artifact sites, on mobile devices. The website provides intellectual access to individual artifacts through text, audio, video and photographs.


Fabulous Fall Family Festival!

The University Hills community celebrated the Fall Family Festival on Friday, October 24th. There were games, story-telling, a parade, a dance party, food and fun! A great time was had by all!

Thank you so much to the wonderful University Hills' PTA for hosting this fantastic event!


University Hills Student Gives of Herself!

A University Hills' second grade student made her first hair donation to Wigs 4 Kids with the help of a stylist from Ruby and Clover Hairdressing located on Main Street in Rochester. Wigs 4 Kids is a St. Clair Shores-based program that assists any child or teen in Michigan who is dealing with hair loss at no cost to them or their families.


Recycle Bank Awards Grant for "Plants with a Purpose"

University Hills Elementary receives $3,000 grant award for "Plants with a Purpose" from Recycle Bank. The Eco-Eagles rallied the community to donate their Recycle Bank points to this project. The money will be used to upgrade raised beds to facilitate the growth of vegetables that will be donated to the Food Bank. Congratulations UHills and Eco-Eagles!

 


University Hills Eagle Celebrates

The University Hills Eagle showed up at a celebration assembly to learn the student created Eagle Cheer ~ Give me an "E"! ~ Excellence!

Give me an "A"! ~ Awesome!

Give me a "G"! ~ Greatness!

Give me an "L"! ~ Leaders!

Give me an "E"! ~ Effort!

Give me an "S"! ~ Stand up for one another!

What does it spell? Eagles! I can't hear you! EAGLES!!!

 


The University Hills Promise

The Students of University Hills promise to~

Stand up for one another

Be positive with our words and actions

And

Treat others with respect

"We are a bucket full of bucket fillers"