As part of the Eagle View Elementary School “No Excuse University,” which encourages students to plan ahead for the future as early as possible in their schooling, administrators strive to give students opportunities which are unique to Eagle View.
With Thompsen School closing next year, the future of the school building has yet to be determined. Jane Thompsen—the woman who opened Thompsen School and for whom it is named—approached the School Board Thursday with a plan.
The Union soccer team has won two of its last four games vs. Morgan 4-3 and North Sanpete 8-0 over the past few weeks. Union has five wins and is in fourth place in Region 10. However, Union lost to Park City 2-0 and Juan Diego 6-1.
Union High School's baseball team is probably a bit sick of playing one of the top baseball teams in the state as they lost to Juan Diego, 12-2, 7-3 on Tuesday in Draper and 12-2 in Roosevelt on Friday. Union will host Uintah on Tuesday, April 22 (two games) at 2 p.m. and will play the Utes in Vernal on April 24.
The last time Altamont met Duchesne the Longhorns dominated with a 17-8 softball win over the Eagles, but the second match up was a low scoring bout with AHS scoring the winning run in the final inning to take a 2-1 triumph in Altamont. AHS out hit DHS 7-4.
It appeared that Union and Morgan would have a rough time getting a game in due to an early morning storm, but when the bats and baseballs were put away 13 1-2 innings had been played with the two teams splitting a doubleheader with Union winning 7-3 and Morgan 8-4 in Roosevelt on Tuesday. Union made some costly errors than cost them a chance to win the second contest. Union will host Juan Diego on Friday.