Flyer Connection

Current Flyers

Say Yes to Stromboli! Carsonie's Fundraiser for the UAHS Orchestra Program

Eat at Carsonie's on Lane Avenue on Tuesday March 26, Wednesday March 27, or Thursday, March 28 and help support the UAHS Orchestras! Carsonie's will donate 20% of your bill from lunch, dinner, dine-in or carryout just by mentioning this flyer! 
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UAHS Girls Soccer Information Night

Calling all eighth grade girls interested in playing soccer! The UA High School Girls Soccer Team has scheduled its UAHS Girls Soccer Information Night for Sunday, March 24 at 6:30 p.m. in the UAHS Cafeteria. All interested incoming players for the 2018 season should pre-register on the website at www.uagirlssoccer.com prior to the meeting, which will last approximately one hour. More +

2019 Golden Bear Basketball Camp

Join high school and middle school coaching staff and players for hard work, competition and fun at Golden Bear Basketball Camp or boys entering kindergarten through grade 8.  More +

Town Hall Meeting for Families of Students With Disabilities

The Ohio Department of Education is developing recommendations to improve educational experiences and outcomes for students with disabilities in Ohio. As our most important partners, we are calling on you — parents, guardians, grandparents, aunts, uncles, foster parents, family members and advocates — to assist in developing those recommendations. Attend the Family Town Hall Meeting in your region on March 27. More +

FRIENDS Stutter-Step 5K Run/Walk

The 4th Annual FRIENDS Stutter-Step 5K Run/Walk is being held at McNamara Park in Galena, Ohio on Saturday, April 13, 2019 at 9:00 a.m. FRIENDS is the only national non-profit organization dedicated solely to empowering young people who stutter and their families. More +

Young Masters Summer Art Camps and Teen Summer Workshops

Summer fun begins at the Ohio Craft Museum, where we nurture creativity through arts and crafts! The Young Masters art camps are for grades 1-6, with full and half-day sessions, offering five weeks of exciting themed camps. Teen Summer workshops are for grade 6 and up, offering three half-day workshops for a more in-depth creative experience. More +

UA Juniors Spring Soccer Program

UA Juniors Spring Soccer starts April 5 for ages 4 to 8. Spots are still available for both boys and girls to join the program. More +

Breaking Points: A Community Conversation

Join The Stand Project on the evening of April 11 for BREAKING POINTS, a short documentary from Partnership for Drug-Free Kids that explores the stress and pressures our teens face every day, as well as the unhealthy ways that many of them cope. A discussion will follow including a Nationwide Children's specialist in adolescent medicine and addiction medicine, as well as school counselors and Syntero clinicians. More +

The Stand Project: 8 Tips for a Safe Prom and Graduation

It might not seem like it, but prom and graduation season are right around the corner. Follow along with The Stand Project on social media as we reveal eight tips for a safe and healthy prom and graduation season. More +

Learn to Row With the UA Crew

Join us on the Scioto River this summer to learn the fundamentals of rowing. The summer program is open to students in middle school (completion of sixth grade) or high school. No rowing experience required. Let’s Row Bears! 
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UAHS Boys Soccer Information Night

Calling all eighth grade and high school boy soccer players! Meet the coaching staff of the Upper Arlington High School boys soccer teams and learn about the soccer program at our Meet the Coach information night on Wednesday, March 27 at 7 p.m. in the UAHS West Cafeteria. Parents and potential players are encouraged to attend to learn about summer activities, player registration for tryouts and important upcoming dates. Please see the flyer to pre-register for the event and get signed up for future communications. More +

UAGS Soccer Camp

 The UAGS Soccer Camp is a four-day camp for girls entering sixth through eighth grade in the 2019-2020 school year that will introduce players to the Upper Arlington High School girls soccer program.  More +

I'm in Too Basketball Camp

This free basketball camp June 4-5 is designed for student-athletes with special needs. More +

Columbus Museum of Art Summer Art Workshops

Check out the Columbus Museum of Art website for more information and to register for Summer Art Workshops. More +

BalletMet Discover Dance Scholarship Audition

The Discover Dance Scholarship Program offers children in the Central Ohio area opportunities for quality dance education and training. Students awarded this scholarship will receive fully funded year tuition to the BalletMet Dance Academy and will be required to take two ballet classes two days per week for the 2019-2020 school year. More +

UACA Junior Director Scholarship Program

Applications for the Upper Arlington Civic Association Junior Director Scholarship Program open on March 1 and are due April 1. More +

UA-Kid Evening at the Columbus Museum of Art

UA-Kid invites you to an evening at the Columbus Museum of Art on Thursday, March 28 at 7 p.m. Join us for a private tour with UA-KID’s own Tyler Cann, head of exhibitions at CMA. After the tour, stay for a drink and a chat at the Museum’s Schokko Cafe. Meet other Upper Arlington parents of children with dyslexia and learn how to get more involved in UA-KID. 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 businesses or organizations access to send material home with students, the Upper Arlington City School District has created a "Virtual Backpack Flyer Connection" on its website to offer this service. This service is not a public forum, and the Board/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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