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Special Olympics
06/04/2018
Special Olympics
AVID 7 Makes Eppler look good
06/04/2018
AVID7 Group
UCS student selected to perform at Carnegie Hall as part of Honors Performance Series
03/23/2018
Student will have opportunity to perform with students across the globe
UCS graduates return to their elementary roots
06/18/2018
Graduates encourage elementary students to work hard
UCS grad honored nationally for leadership as MSU Student Government President
06/15/2018
Grad honored by National Campus Leadership Council
UCS graduate earns college-based National Merit scholarship
06/14/2018
Graduate among top students to receive scholarship from University or Arizonia

FROM THE PRINCIPAL

Students, please help us give the Eppler School Store a name. Submit your ideas in the store this week on Wednesday or Friday. If your idea is selected, you will receive a prize!

 

Respectfully,
Jerry Pantano, Principal

Our Vision:

Eppler Junior High School will empower students to achieve their full potential and become productive contributors in a diverse society.

Our Mission:

Parents, students, teachers, and administrators will work with the community to foster a safe and respectful learning environment that will promote independent critical thinking and problem solving.

Recycling

NJHS is continuing to sponsor a recycling fundraiser in partnership with PlanetGreen. They have made a few changes and they are no longer accepting large toner cartridges. Please do not send in the toner cartridges. They do accept:
 Inkjet cartridges
 Cell phones
 GPS
 MP3
 IPods
 Cameras
 E-readers
 Calculators
 Tablets
 Video games, consoles, accessories
It helps Eppler earn money and it helps the landfills! NJHS students can earn hours for donating items, but anyone can bring these items to room 19. Thank you for your support! Please check out PlanetGreenRecycling.com for more information.

Utica Community Schools is Michigan's second largest school district.  

Student achievement in the district outpaces all county, state and national averages. The district's graduation rate is 12 points higher than the state average and students are staff are regularly honored for excellence.

For more information on Utica Community Schools, please visit this link