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University School seeks alumni information

JOHNSON CITY – University School on the East Tennessee State University campus is updating its alumni database and is requesting contact information from graduates and other students who attended the school.

The work is being done in preparation for the University School "Reminisce Reunion Weekend" for all alumni to be held April 11-12, 2014.

Anyone who graduated from University School or attended the school is encouraged to send contact information to usalumni@etsu.edu as soon as possible. 

The reunion weekend will include a dinner on Friday evening and an open house at the school on Saturday from 10 a.m. –1 p.m.  The "family day" event on Saturday will include student performances as well as "Pickin' in the Schoolyard" featuring the ETSU Bluegrass Pride Band.  Lunch and snacks will be available for purchase.

University School is governed under the auspices of the ETSU Claudius G. Clemmer College of Education.  In 1996, the school became the first K-12 laboratory school in the nation to implement a year-round calendar.

The alumni weekend is sponsored by the University School Foundation. A limited number of tickets for the April 11 dinner will be available.  For more information about tickets or other alumni weekend activities, contact Amy Benton at usalumni@etsu.edu.  A "University High University School Alumni" Facebook page has also been established.

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