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Love of science grows in UCS classrooms
05/10/2018
Students release more than 200 salmon into the Clinton River
Malow underwater robotics team makes a splash with tournament award
03/16/2018
Team earns top finish and two other top honors
Boat Building
02/26/2018
Boat Building in 9th Grade Woodworking with Mr. deCardenas
Little Library makes a big difference at UCS elementary school
09/23/2018
little library encourages a lifelong love of reading
UCS schools mark Constitution Day
09/21/2018
Students say happy 231st birthday to historic document
Strike up the BandARama on October 7
09/21/2018
All bands will perform on one field

Malow Respect Code:

Malow Junior High is a safe, positive and caring educational community. Our behavior reflects our attitude toward others and their rights as human beings. As a Malow Mustang, I will demonstrate respectful behavior, a positive attitude, and a spirit of teamwork by:

- Being organized, prepared, and on time for class
- Doing my best and being accountable for my actions
- Practicing honesty and integrity
- Extending kindness to all
- Being flexible, cooperative and attentive in all situations
- Never interfering with the learning of others
- Displaying an appropriate sense of humor
- Abiding by the school rules set forth in the Junior High Parent and Student Handbook

Our Mission

The Malow Junior High School community is committed to providing a positive environment, which encourages and inspires students to develop life-long learning skills that will allow them to live and work effectively and appreciate diversity as they strive for excellence in an ever-changing global society.

Malow Mustang Messenger

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Utica Community Schools is Michigan's second largest school district.  

Student achievement in the district outpaces all county, state and national averages. The district's graduation rate is 12 points higher than the state average and students are staff are regularly honored for excellence.

For more information on Utica Community Schools, please visit this link