GO UHCS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!Congratulations to Coach Vitale and Coach Arvello for an outstanding job this season!!!!!!UHCS finished with their first undefeated season at 9-0.........CONGRATULATIONS to the girls basketball team as they captured UHCS first championship title last night defeating Link community by a score of 19-8.It was a tight, defensive game early but the girls pulled away in the 2nd half with a stingy defense and timely baskets by Tyonna Bailey #24 and Kayla Neal #2.GOOD LUCK LADY SCHOLARS!!!Doors open at and the game starts at .Just a reminder that the girls basketball team will be playing Passaic Arts & Science Charter SchoolPlease come out and support the UHCS girls. for a chance to go to their first ever championship game!!Good luck and GO UHCS!!!!!!!!Please come out and Support!!!The boys will play on the road vs Rise Academy Tuesday March 13 at NCC Community Center @The UHCS girls will play University Middle School at home today Monday March 12 @ 5pm.--------------------Good morning all,Due to the inclement weather last week the playoff basketball games have been pushed to this week.Wednesday, February 28, 2018 Girls and Boysvs Pride Academy...Girls at 5pm Boys at 6pmBasketball Games Tuesday, February 13, 2018 @ 5pm at UHCS against Lady LibertyUPDATEThere has been error in the Opioid Fact Sheet created by the Department of Education to be disseminated to parents of student athletes and cheerleaders. The fact sheet incorrectly states that Tramadol/Oxycontin is not an opioid when in fact it is.Until the DoE corrects this we want to ensure that as parents you are not ill-informed about the safety of Tramadol/ Oxycontin.
Tramadol /Oxycontin is absolutely an opioid analgesic. It has addictive potential just like any other opioid.Additionally, Tramadol/ Oxycontin is contraindicated for use in all children under the age of 12 and other populations under the age of 18 as of January of this year; therefore, the contraindication is not yet reflected in the label.The medications to be prescribed should be left to the provider. It is imperative that the public be informed about potential risks of opioid medications in an effort to stem the epidemic.