Invite a friend
Union County Academy for Performing Arts HS - Annual Tricky Tray Fundraiser
Time: Doors Open 6:00pm - Drawing Starts 8:00pm Admission: $12.00 advance, $15 at door (If space is available)
Admission Ticket Includes: 1 Free sheet for 1st Level Prizes, Dessert and Coffee/Tea.
Seating is limited, First Come First Served, so please don’t delay in ordering.
~ Guests bring their own food and beverages ~ No Alcoholic Beverages allowed
Snacks and water will be for sale
***Please note: This event is for Adults Only*
|Where||Union County Vocational Technical Schools 1776 Raritan Rd, Scotch Plains, NJ 07076 (West Hall Cafeteria)|
|Next on||This event is over.|
|Who to bring||Singles, Moms, Dads|
|Price||$12 advance / $15 at the door|
More About Union County Vocational Technical Schools
Union County Vocational Technical Schools offer a variety of educational services to area residents on its Scotch Plains Campus. Programs and schools are highlighted below.
The Academy for Allied Health Services is an initiative that combines the resources of the district, Union County College, Rutgers University and the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey. Students enrolled in this grade 9 - 12 full-time program are prepared to become future doctors, nurses, medical technicians and health care managers.
At The Academy for Information Technology, high school students with an interest in computer science and information technology are enrolled in a college-level technical training program in computer science and a full regimen of honors-level academic classes.
The Magnet High School features competitive and specialized programs. Students enroll in a comprehensive course of study in engineering, as well as mathematics, science and technology.
The Academy for Performing Arts combines an intensive study program in theatre arts and dance with a rigorous academic curriculum. The program culminates with a senior year at Kean University, where students take a full freshmen college course load that includes a concentration as a performing arts major.
UC-Tech offers students a four-year full-time program that combines high school academics with access to the career or technical training program of their choice. Program include automotive technology, building trades, communication, public safety, culinary arts and cosmetology.
Shared-Time is a district program that offers students the opportunity to attend a variety of regular education and self-contained special education programs on a half-time basis. Students typically attend high school and then spend either the morning or afternoon on the Scotch Plains campus for vocational-technical specialization training.
Adult High School is for adults without a high school diploma who seek to obtain one. This program is available at the Scotch Plains campus, as well as in satellite locations in Plainfield and Elizabeth.
Other events here
- 5th Annual Training Wheel Toss - Fanwood Recreation Department Sun, Jun 9, 1:00 pm–4:00 pm