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United High School
1905 100th St.
Monmouth, IL 61462
309.734.9411
309.734.6090 (fax)

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UNITED HIGH SCHOOL

Bridge Construction Might Hamper Drive to the High School
As part of the project to replace the structure carrying Illinois Route 164 over Cedar Creek (approximately 1.5 miles east of U S Route 34, northeast of Monmouth, Illinois), a portion of Illinois Route 164 will be closed for the duration of the project.

This closure is anticipated to begin on March 7, 2017 and stay in effect until October 16, 2017.

A marked detour utilizing Cameron Road and US Route 34 will be in place, prior to closure. The actual closure will be northeast of the intersection with 210th Avenue and southwest of the intersection with 215th Avenue.

We house 283 students in grades 9-12.  
The building is located approximately 2 miles east of the city of Monmouth
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Mr. Lucas's Construction Class
Offers
Storage Sheds For Sale
We currently have two storage sheds available. Cost is $1100 each. They are 8'x12' when measured around the outside. If interested, email fred.lucas@u304.org  Delivery is the responsibiliy of the buyer.  In the past, buyers have used Berg's towing to haul them.  He charges around $100 depending on the distance. 

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Every summer Illinois Sheriffs' Association awards scholarships for Illinois students to attend the Cebrin Goodman Teen Institute on Substance Abuse (CGTI). The CGTI is a national, award winning prevention program of the Illinois Alcoholism and Drug Dependence Association. While making friends and having an amazing experience, students develop leadership skills, increase their knowledge and learn to prevent alcohol and drug addictions in their families and communities. To apply for a scholarship to attend this exeptional program, click here.



Coach Engebretson 2016 Distinguished Award

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Storm Tracker-Congratulations to high school health/driver’s ed teacher and former football coach Tim Engebretson for being named a 2016 Distinguished Alumni Award winner at Highland Community College in Freeport, Illinois. 

The award is given to individuals who exemplify community leadership, demonstrate professional achievement, and believe in the mission of community colleges. 

Engebretson is a 1982 graduate of Highland and earned his bachelor’s degree from Western Illinois University in 1984. 

He was honored at the school’s annual college foundation dinner on October 20. 

After spending several years at Knoxville High School, he came to Warren High School in 1991 to become head football coach, culminating with a United state championship in 2004.



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Upcoming events

March 24--Sophomore Career Fair at CSC

March 25--State FFA Awards Day

March 28--Spring Sports Pictures
*2:24 Seniors
*2:50 Softball
*3:10 Track

March 29--6:30pm Freshman Orientation

March 31--Day of Transition @ CSC

April 4--
Junior Career Day

April 5--Juniors SAT Required Testing 8:-1:30pm

April 12--2:00pm Dismissal

April 13-17 Spring Break

April 18--School Resumes

April 22--Prom

May 12--6-10pm
Music Trivia  




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