This Week at the Park

University Park Elementary School~ October 10th, 2022

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Important Upcoming Events:

Monday, October 10th

Student Holiday, No School

Friday, October 14th

Report Cards Go Home

Tuesday, October 18th

Jeremiah's Ice Spirit Night

Wednesday, October 19th

Domino's Spirit Night

Friday, October 28th

Trunk or Treat Hosted at UPark

5:00 to 7:00 PM

Title 1 School- Family Compact

University Park Families,

We are in the process of creating our School-Family compact for this school year. We need your help to ensure we are meeting the needs of our students and families. Please take a few minutes to review our previous compact and provide your valuable input using the link below.

If you have any questions, please contact Jessika Beard, Title I Coordinator

Click here to view and give compact input in English

Familias de University Park Elementary,

Estamos en el proceso de crear nuestro pacto Escuela-Familia para este año escolar. Necesitamos su ayuda para asegurarnos de satisfacer las necesidades de nuestros estudiantes y familias. Tómese unos minutos para revisar nuestro acuerdo anterior y proporcione su valiosa opinión mediante el enlace a continuación.

Si tiene alguna pregunta, comuníquese con Jessika Beard, Coordinadora de Título I

Haga clic aquí para ver y dar entrada compacta en español

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Tik-Tok Challange: Keeping our Students Safe

University Park Families,

Students across the nation are taking part in "TikTok Challenges" that request for them to participate in often dangerous and "daring activities" that result in serious harm to the student.

University Park is requesting help from our families to make you aware of a recent "One-Chip Challenge". In this challenge, students film themselves eating a Pacqui chip, that is being described and marketed as "the world's spiciest chip". It has been reported that when participating in this challenge students have been sent to the school nurse or even the hospital.

This is one of the numerous reported TikTok challenges that are being shared among students in the U.S. We ask that you become aware of the current trends and talk to your child about the serious dangers that can follow.

If you have any further questions or concerns please do not hesitate to reach out to our TOA, Mrs. LaVelle at