Flyer Connection

Current Flyers

Golden Bear Marching Band Concert

Please join the Disney-bound UA Golden Bear Marching Band for their biggest concert of the season on Thursday, November 7 at 7:30 p.m. in the Upper Arlington High School Auditorium. The concert is FREE and will feature music from all fall shows as well as favorite stand tunes and cheers. More +

Exploring Mars with the Curiosity Rover

The School of Earth Sciences at The Ohio State University will be hosting a free public lecture, "Exploring Mars with the Curiosity Rover", by Chief Scientist, Caltech Professor and National Academy of Science member Dr. John Grotzinger. The public lecture is September 26 at 8 p.m. in Independence Hall Room 100, and a technical lecture will follow September 27 at 1:30 p.m.  More +

Fall Lessons with Columbus Figure Skating Club

Registration is now open for the fall session of group ice skating lessons with the Columbus Figure Skating Club at The Ohio State University Ice Rink. All ages and abilities are welcome! More +

Barrington PTO Clown Around Festival

Join the Barrington PTO for the Clown Around Festival. This year’s Clown Around is scheduled for Saturday September 28 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. We have a fun day planned, with many exciting activities. Our Clown Around Festival will take over Andover Courtyard, Andover Road, and the Jones Field to make it one amazing block party! More +

OPEN-UA October Meeting: Diversity, Equity and Inclusion in UA Schools

The October meeting of OPEN-UA will focus on efforts of Upper Arlington Schools to promote diversity, equity and inclusion and what that may mean for gifted and exceptional needs children. Andy Hatton, Ed.D., Associate Superintendent of Learning and Leadership, will be there to present. There will be an opportunity to discuss and ask questions as well. More +

Join the Upper Arlington Legacy!

The single most important factor driving a family's decision to live and remain in Upper Arlington is the quality of the school system. Private donors are joining together to support the Legacy Campaign to ensure our standard of excellence remains the hallmark of Upper Arlington Schools for the next century. Since January 2019, Legacy has raised over $5.3 million, with donations ranging from $25.00 to $1 million. All donations matter - we believe Every Donor, Every Dollar contributes success. More +

UAHS Girls Tennis Fundraiser

Support the Upper Arlington girls tennis team by eating at Dewey's Pizza in Grandview (take-out or dine-in) between 4 p.m. and 10 p.m. on Monday, September 16. When you show the flyer to the cashier, a portion of the proceeds will be donated to the UA girls tennis team! Go Bears! More +

Support Team Wickliffe at the Columbus Buddy Walk

Join Team Wickliffe as we unite for a common cause and raise funds at the 2019 Columbus Buddy Walk. Please follow the link in the flyer to donate or join our team! More +

Pregame Pancakes in the Park

Come and support multiple myeloma research with an all-you-can-eat pancake breakfast in the park! More +

UAHS Fencing Club

Engarde! The UAHS Fencing Club welcomes all students to learn to fence with us on Tuesdays after school in the UAHS mezzanine. First meeting is September 10 at 3:30 p.m. Equipment provided. More +

UA Guides and Princesses Fall Events

Missed the UA Guides and Princesses recruitment night? Go to our website and sign up for our fall events! More +

Cub Scout Pack 417 Orientation and Registration Night

Join Cub Scout Pack 417 for an orientation and registration night on Monday, September 16th at 7 p.m. in the Windermere library! Participate in pack activities and other year-round adventures such as camping, fishing, hiking, archery, Pinewood Derby, model rockets and more! Pack 417 Scouts typically attend Windermere, however ALL boys and girls in kindergarten through grade 5 are welcome. More +

From High School to College: Preparing Students With Disabilities for Successful Transition to College

The International Dyslexia Association Central Ohio and the Olentangy Dyslexia Network present Elizabeth Hamblet, a learning specialist/consultant, for a session titled "From High School to College: Preparing Students With Disabilities for Successful Transition to College." This event on October 17 is free and open to all students and families in all districts. More +

Golden Bear Basketball Fall Ball Skills Clinic

Looking for some extra opportunities to get in the gym and perfect your hoop skills? Once again, the Golden Bear High School boys basketball staff will be offering our Fall Ball program for boys and girls in grades three through six. Sessions begin in October! More +

Golden Bear Basketball Club Boys Tryouts

The GBBC will be forming teams in the third through sixth grades. Tryouts will be in September. More +

Golden Bear Girls Basketball Club

Tryouts for girls in grades 4-6 are coming up in September for the Golden Bears Girls Basketball Club! More +

Children's Fall Art Day at the Ohio Craft Museum

Join the Ohio Craft Museum for a day of creative fun as we make a variety of crafts that explore and incorporate the seasonal themes of fall, harvest, change and color. More +

Love the 614 Meal Packing Event

Please join the Love The 614 movement as we pack 500,000 meals to help feed starving children. This family-friendly event will be held at the OSU Airport on October 11 and 12. We would love to see you, your friends, and your family. More +

Soar on Saturdays

Soar on Saturdays is a BalletMet dance access program aimed to give young students the opportunity to explore movement over the course of a free six-week dance class. Four different six-week sessions will be offered throughout the 2019-2020 academic year, each featuring a unique style of dance. More +

Florence Nightingale Day

The American Statistics Association (ASA) and the Caucus for Women in Statistics (CWS) will host the second annual Florence Nightingale Day for students in eighth through 12th grade at the Ohio State University campus. Please join us to discover the opportunities for careers in statistics and big data science, to do activities with data and to develop connections. More +

The Boogeyman Exists! Community Book Read

Author Jessie Weinberger asks, “Do you know how to keep your children safe in a 24-7, always connected digital society?” If the answer is no, please join The Stand Project for this community book read. As your children travel through the digital world they may be exposed to cyberbullying, sexting, sexual predation and illegal substances. The discussion about digital safety needs to begin the very first time your child uses a tablet or smartphone with a parent or guardian sitting right next to them. Read the book. Attend a discussion. Keep your kids safe. More +

Addressing the Affective Needs of Gifted Children

Please join the Upper Arlington Schools Student Services Department for a session with Edward Amend, Psy.D., on Thursday, September 26. This session will offer an overview of the intellectual, social, and emotional development of gifted children with an emphasis on what has  v xxbeen learned from research. More +

Flyer Guidelines

The Upper Arlington City School District recognizes the value in notifying families and students about unique educational, intellectual, physical, and social opportunities that happen within our community. While nothing requires a school district to allow organizations access to send material home with students, the Upper Arlington City School District has created a Flyer Connection on its website to offer this service. This service is not a public forum, and the Board of Education/designee reserves the right to refuse to include a flyer if it is not in the best interests of the school community or otherwise does not meet the Board’s requirements.
 

Additional Resources

The Stand Project is a community coalition committed to impacting youth substance misuse and standing by families in finding help.  Learn more by visiting TheStandProject.org. Stay informed by following The Stand Project on facebooktwitterinstagram or subscribing to our monthly newsletter.
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