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9 UHS students declare intent to teach
05/13/2022
On Thursday night, nine Uintah High School students signed letters of intent to become teachers.
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Weekly District Update - May 13, 2022
05/13/2022
The last day of school is two weeks away! Classes will be held IN-PERSON for all students on Friday, May 27, except for those who attend half-day kindergarten on the east side of the district. The school day will follow the district’s Minimum Day Schedule.
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Weekly District Update - April 22, 2022
04/22/2022
This was a week full of celebrations. On Tuesday, the district announced that Christine Whetton is its Teacher of the Year and Vicky Rich is its Classified Employee of the Year for 2021-2022.
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Veteran educator is UHS Distinguished Alumna
04/20/2022
The Distinguished Alumni Committee is pleased to announce that Vernie Heeney has been selected to be the 2022 Distinguished Alumna for Uintah High School.
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