Earlier this year, Andrea Zamora, from the Unity Class of 2018, was selected to be part of a series of documentary videos about Latino students in California called Gracias Maestros. These videos were meant to feature students during a critical phase of their life and the teachers who support them to be successful. Andrea chose to dedicate her video to her Advisor, Ms Michelle Batlle. Thank you, Andrea! Thank you, Ms Batlle!
Unity’s Cross Country Tiger’s placed #1 at San Leandro’s scenic Oyster Bay Invitational. Strong performances from the hard-charging and dedicated team placed them over the top. Please come out to see them at the BACSAC finals at Joaquin Miller on Saturday, November 12th.
Unity Boy’s Soccer triumphed over Hayward Impact Academy in a 4-3 battle this Tuesday, 10/25. 10th graders Eduardo Banda, Cristian Casian, and JC Godinez scored four goals in a blazing display of offense. Class of 2019 Brian Griggs anchored the defense, along with senior leaders Carlos Ramirez and keeper Sergio Uribe. The Tigers are on a 3-1 run!
Unity Boy’s Soccer defeated rival Lighthouse at Raimondi field on Wednesday, tying the season series at one game apiece. Unity 10th graders Fernando Garibay and Cristian Casian led the charge, with Garibay breaking through on a tremendous transition play to score the first goal of the game, and Casian leading all scorers with two successful lightning strikes. The game was anchored by a tenacious defense, led by senior Cesar Arroyo and junior Javier Marin, and senior midfielders Kendall Escalante and Brayahan Padilla. Unity next faces Oakland International and long-time rival Arise at the game of the season at Raimondi field on Thursday, October 20th. Come out and show your support!
Xfinity Comcast came to Unity to present to our students. Students got active and learned the fine art of broadband installation and maintenance, including a demo of a Comcast repair/installation van. Thanks to Tony, John and Carlos and the rest of the awesome crew from Comcast for providing this opportunity to our students.