Middle School Notes

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Middle School Notes


Monday, January 17th:  This is a regular school day

Thursday, January 27th – Middle School Class Photos

* All Middle School students may wear any color MS Uniform Top and Khaki bottoms.



Students are expected to dress according to weather conditions.

● Sweatpants are COLD WEATHER only. The temperature must be below 60 degrees to wear these items to school.

● Approved sweatpant colors are solid navy blue, solid black or solid gray. Multicolor sweatpants or pants with logos are not permitted.

● If students require long pants, there is an option for them at Dennis Uniform.

● Boots are COLD WEATHER only. This applies to the entire school. The temperature must be below 60 degrees to wear boots.

● The preferred sweatshirt is the zip up Unity School sweatshirt sold at Dennis Uniform with the four color logo. Other sweatshirts are permitted; however they must be solid navy blue, solid black, solid gray or solid white. Sweatshirts with large logos or other writing are not permitted. The solid, plain sweatshirts may be pull-over or zip up.


Builders’ Club: Click here to see all upcoming opportunities.


CROS Ministries Gleaning:

Saturday, January 15th from 8:30 – 11:30 in Boynton Beach

Saturday, February 5th from 8:30 – 11:30 in Delray Beach

Saturday, March 26th from 8:30 – 11:30

Saturday, April 9th from 8:30 – 11:30

CROS Gleaning is a program of CROS Ministries, in partnership with area Food Banks and other food distribution agencies in Palm Beach and Martin Counties. It is a food recovery strategy that allows produce that is below top market grade or unmarketable, but equally nutritious and beneficial to be harvested and distributed to the food insecure of Palm Beach and Martin Counties instead of being plowed back into the soil.

Important Gleaning Information and waiver

Look for a Google Form sign up in early January for the 1/15 event.


A couple of reminders from our Unity School Nurses:

  • Parents, please remember to wash your child’s mask regularly.
  • Masks should fit snugly across a child’s face, fully covering their nose and mouth.  If a mask is too large or stretched out, it doesn’t provide the right coverage or protection.
  • If your child(ren) is/are having any flu-like symptoms, please keep them home.  Please notify your child’s teacher and the school nurses at clinic@unityschool.com.  We are doing everything we can here on campus to keep students healthy and safe, and we ask that you continue to do this at home as well.

Thank you.


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Please remember to make your tax-deductible donation to the Annual Fund. Contributions to the Annual Fund are necessary to balance the school’s operating budget, take care of campus needs and support/enhance our academic, athletic, music, drama, art, technology, and the Lessons in Living program which benefit all our children. To donate, go to unityschool.com and click on Annual Fund or click here.

Gena Vacha

Director of Events