Jr/Sr High School
High School News
FFA Adopt-A-Highway The Ubly FFA took action in an Adopt-A-Highway activity on Sunday, September 26th. There was a total of 30 members that showed up to help with this community service. These 30 members walked a three mile section of M-19 in the Ubly School District, from Huron Line Road to Spencer Road, picking up fast food boxes, plastic bags, and other items that were in the ditches. In total the group of people filled 14 bags of trash. Thank you to the 28 members and two adults who worked hard to help our community.
FFA Competes at Nationals! Maze Gusa competed in the sweet sixteen at FFA Nationals in Indianapolis in prepared public speaking. She did not advance to the final four but did earn a silver rating. Congratulations Maze!
Going to College Mrs. Brandel has started to showcase the plans of Seniors after graduation. The board is located outside the High School office and it pairs the name of the student with their committed college/university for next year.
Life Skills Day Students recently took part in a Life Skills day. This included mini sessions about vehicle maintenance, dealing with stress, first aid skills, and more!
Mentor Program Ubly Jr/Sr High has started a Mentor Program. Once a week, during flexible instruction time, a group of students meet to help improve homework completion, attendance, and behavior. Young students are paired with upper-classmen and are given activities to help with goal-setting, time management, strengths and needs assessment, etc. We hope to see positive growth in all the students involved.
Parking Lot Painting Seniors are allowed to buy and paint their own personalized parking spot for the year!
Semester 1 Honor Roll Congratulations to all of the students who made the Semester 1 Honor Roll list for the 2021-22 school year. Please click on the link for a full list of names.
Senior College Visit All Ubly Seniors recently attended a school-sponsored college visit. The students were given the choice to visit SVSU or Delta. The students that visited Delta also received a specialized tour that was tailored to their interests. This trip was planned with the intention to give students the opportunity to explore career opportunities after high school.
Ubly Alumni Speaks to the Students Mr. Carl Reinelt, and 1974 graduate, spoke to the students about the troubles that he endured in his life. He reminded the students that, " I am not what was done to me, I am what I choose to become."