Haley Dees (7th Grade)
United 2016 District Spelling Bee Champion
Also Qualifying for
Spelling Bee are:
March 4, 5, 6
High School Office
& 2:30 p.m.
| Roy Hall Visits United
Former NFL wide receiver Roy Hall visited United Local Jr. & Sr. High to speak to students in a school-wide assembly. Hall played on the 2002 Ohio State University championship football team and went on to play in the NFL for the Indianapolis Colts, New Orleans Saints, and Detroit Lions. Speaking to United students, he told his story about growing up, facing life challenges and persevering to be successful. Hall began by telling students that “excellence is a decision.” He also assured them that everyone faces some kind of adversity, but “adversity is a tool…what you have to decide is whether you are going to use your adversity as a tool for destruction or a tool to make you strong and successful?” And finally, Hall warned students about giving their time and attention to the perceptions that flood social media. “Tune out the critics without credentials,” Hall asserted. He explained that there are a lot of observers with opinions who are not qualified to define you. “It’s like going to an Ohio State football game,” Hall added. “Thousands of people come into the game to watch, but only the ones with a credentialed pass get access to the field. They are the ones who control the game and call the shots. Everyone else is just a spectator with an opinion.”
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Care Plans for 2015-2016 School Year
Please contact the nurse at 330-223-2829 if you have not submitted medical orders or developed a care plan for your student that may require medical assistance during the school day. Communication is crucial for ensuring the safety of all our students!
Does my child need a flu shot?
In most cases, yes.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommends a yearly flu (influenza) vaccine for all children 6 months and older — ideally given as soon as the vaccine is available each year.
Depending on your child's age and health, you might be able to choose between a flu shot and the nasal spray vaccine:
- Nasal spray. The nasal spray flu vaccine can be given to children 2 years and older. It's recommended for healthy children ages 2 through 8 years. If the nasal spray isn't immediately available, the flu shot should be used. Side effects of the nasal spray might include runny nose, cough, fever, wheezing, headache and muscle aches.
- Flu shot. Flu shots can be given to children 6 months and older. Side effects might include soreness, redness or swelling where the shot was given, low-grade fever, or muscle aches.
Keep in mind that yearly flu vaccines are also recommended for adults — especially those who have close contact with young children.
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ALERT: Attention - 6th Grade Parents
Now is the time to schedule the Tdap Booster Shot for
your child. State law requires students to provide evidence of having received this vaccination prior to 7th grade. Please call your doctor today if you have not done this already, and send a copy of the shot record to school.
Registering A New Student?
Be sure to bring the following:
1. Birth Certificate
2. Social Security Card/Number
3. Shot Records
4. Proof of Residency (2 of four listed)
- Drivers License w/ address
- Utility Bill w/ address
- Rental Agreement w/ address
- Purchase Agreement w/ address
5. Custody Documents (if applicable)