• Student Announcements


    Good Morning, today is  Monday,  November 11, 2019.   Today is a GOLD day.


    Please rise for the pledge of allegiance.  I pledge allegiance to the Flag of the United States of America, and to the Republic for which it stands; one Nation under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all.   You may be seated.


    Bowling team members: A reminder that the Impact testing will be right after school today in room 800.  Please let Mr. Cohen know if you're not going to make it.


    The  GSA will meet on  Thursday after school.


    The Debate Club will meet today after school in Room 414. Students interested in participating in the first Southeastern Pennsylvania Debate League competition are encouraged to attend. If you can't attend today but would like to compete in the league event, please contact Mr. Fisher.


    Boys Basketball team will have their impact testing on Wednesday after school in room 800.  Questions?  See Mr. Feeley.


    Girls Lacrosse meeting TODAY 3:05 in room 404.  Questions, see Mrs. Frantz.


    A diversity club meeting will be held after school in room 404 on Tuesday, November 19th. If you were present during the  last meeting, please check your email. New members are welcomed.


    ASAP is back!   ASAP will begin meeting again in the library every Tuesday and Thursday from 2:30-3:30.  ASAP is available to all students who may be looking for a quiet space to work on homework, an easy meeting place to host a study group, or an NHS tutor to work with for help with a specific class.  Stop by room 412 to sign-up in advance or just sign-in when you arrive. Hope to see you there!   


    Today’s lunch choices:     Chicken Tenders, Meatball Sandwich with or without cheese, Plain or Pepperonie Big Daddy’s Pizza, assorted sandwiches and salads.


    Scheduled Sports:  Monday, November 11, 2019:    No events scheduled.


    Guidance News:

    Students interested in veterinary medical technology and animal studies majors as well as a pre-vet program are invited to attend a  Veterinary Studies Focus Dayat Wilson College on November 23rd. Faculty and students will be on hand to guide you through what it means to pursue an animal related degree at Wilson. Rsvp to www.wilson.edu/visit


    Attention all Current 10th and 11th Grade Students.  Interested in a fun summer experience?!   Try Pennsylvania Free Enterprise Week (PFEW) Apply at www.pfew.org or stop by the Guidance Office for more information.  Apply by March 2, 2020.  Pennsylvania Free Enterprise Week (PFEW) is a one-of-a-kind summer program that offers in-coming high school juniors and seniors a unique and challenging opportunity to see what it is like to run their own business.  Participants will make up an "imaginary" management team where they will learn first-hand about the Free Enterprise System. Their task - turn their failing company into a financial success! They will develop their own marketing strategies, design a website and in essence, make all of the decisions that are demanded of real life company executives. All work and no fun--NO WAY! PFEW provides students with a chance like no other - to experience what it is like to live on a college campus. 


    Attention Juniors & Seniors-   Upper Moreland High School will have colleges coming to visit during the day.  This is a wonderful opportunity to hear information about a college you may be interested in from their admission representative.  Please check your Naviance account to see which colleges are coming and when.  In Naviance you can sign up for each college visit. You must register by 3pm the day before each visit to be able to attend.  You are limited to attend 3 to 4 visits per year.  The following colleges will be visiting UMHS:


    Manor College TODAY at 9 am

    University of Alabama TODAY at 1 pm

    Wikes University Thursday at 1 pm

    Georgian Court University November 19th at 1 pm


    Seniors need to hand in a Release of Student Records before requesting transcripts through Naviance. Find a copy in the Senior Newsletter and on the guidance website.  


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