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If your children have any gently used school uniforms they may have outgrown or no longer use, the United Independent School District asks that you consider donating them to help students in need.
Beginning now until school starts on August 21, 2017, UISD will have nine convenient locations to drop off gently used school uniforms for students. Donations of new or gently used uniform tops, such as blouses and polo shirts, as well as, uniform bottoms such as pants, shorts, skirts are needed. Additionally, donations of new or gently worn shoes and belts would be greatly appreciated.
The student uniform drop-off locations are as follows:
All uniform sizes are needed for boys and girls in elementary, middle and high school. All donations will benefit students of the District as all students enrolled in UISD from pre-k through 12th grade must wear a school uniform as per student uniform dress code policy.
For more information call (956) 473-6349 or 473-6283.
Congratulations are in order for United High School graduate Marlon Williams who recently signed a Letter of Intent to play basketball for U.T. Rio Grande Valley. Williams’ accolades as a basketball player include being selected as an All District 29-6A player in 2015-2016 and District Co- M.V.P. for District 29-6A in 2016-2017. Coach Archie Ramos described Williams as a great student who is respected and admired his peers, teammates and teachers. “Marlon is very caring, compassionate and always conscientious about doing the right thing. As an athlete he is fast on his feet and knows how to get to the rim, draw, and finish”, he concluded. Marlon hopes to achieve a level of skills that will one day put him on a roster of potential NBA draft picks. He is also interested in becoming a physical therapist or coach. ” I thank my parents, coaches, teammates and friends for supporting my efforts on and off the court. I will miss everyone back home, but am looking forward to what’s ahead” said Williams, who is the son of Devonne Adams and Lakeesha Williams.