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  • There will be a special Board of Education meeting on Monday, August, 25, 2014 at 5:00 pm. The meeting will be in the board room of the administration building.

  • UCVTS FBLA Chapter Places in Nationals
    The UCVTS FBLA Chapter sent a record 24 competitors to the National Conference in Nashville TN. At this event students represent NJ & compete against the top FBLA winners from across the country.
    Six of our districts students placed at the National Level.
    Congratulations to all of our UCVTS Competitors!
    8th Place
    Oz B., AIT - Computer Problem Solving
    7th Place
    Matt M., AIT - Database Design
    6th Place
    Drew Ritter, UCTECH - Help Desk
    3rd Place
    Anima Anwar, Pulkita Dua & Sasha Korn, MHS - Emerging Business Issues
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  • Five UCVTS Schools Recognized by US News & World Reports
    U.S. News & World Report released the 2014 Best High Schools list and we are proud to be included in their prestigious rankings.  U.S. News analyzed more than 31,200 public high schools in all 50 states and the District of Columbia. The following are the rankings for our five (5) Nationally Recognized High Schools:

    Union County Magnet High School (Gold Medal Winner)
    Ranked 8th in New Jersey
    Ranked 186th in the Country

    Academy for Allied Health Sciences (Gold Medal Winner)
    Ranked 12th in New Jersey
    Ranked 236th in the Country

    Academy for Information Technology (Silver Medal Winner)
    Ranked 28th in New Jersey
    Ranked 621st in the Country

    Academy for Performing Arts
    Bronze Medal Winner

    UCTECH High School
    Bronze Medal Winner

    For a complete listing visit the U.S. News & World Report website.
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  • UCVTS SkillsUSA Chapter Volunteers Time at the Community Food Bank of New Jersey
    Twenty two UCVTS students from the UCVTS SkillsUSA Chapter in cooperation with 52 students from the neighboring SkillsUSA chapter of Elizabeth High School visited the Community Food Bank of New Jersey.

    Attendees participated in activities such as sorting donated food for redistribution within the Food Bank, packing food into boxes for senior citizens, and helping with the food bank’s backpack program. 

    Together, the schools were able to contribute 156 food items, along with over $100 in monetary donations. For each dollar donated the food bank will be able to purchase $9 in groceries.
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