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The mission of the Union School District, in harmony with our community, is to educate and empower students to become continuous learners in an environment which ensures that each student gains knowledge and skills, self-motivation and related positive attitudes necessary to compete equitably with peers locally and globally towards meaningful and productive lives.
USD Staff, Coaches, Students, and Community:

During the week of June 25, 2018, all District parking lots (the high school and both elementaries, including head start) and Baker Street will be closed for paving and resealing.  

We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.
This month Netflix, the popular online movie site, released Season 2 of 13 Reasons Why, a teen drama focusing on suicide and other mental health related issues. Last year the series generated a lot of interest based in part on its controversial approach. Union School District makes no recommendation on the appropriateness of the program.

We do, however, want to make you aware of resources available should you choose to view the program. In coordination with our Student Assistance Program program liaisons at the Center for Community Resources (CCR) we refer you to a toolkit of resources provided by the Suicide Awareness Voices of Education (SAFE). They offer materials that "help to encourage conversations, identify those at risk and prevent unexpected tragedies." The toolkit can be accessed at www.13reasonswhytoolkit.org.

If you have further questions about the series, contact the school guidance or high school offices. If someone is in crisis, contact the emergency number, 814-226-7223, at CCR or call 911 and ask for Crisis.
After going through yearbook supplies at Union High School the Yearbook club realized that we are overstocked on various years of the publication. The Yearbook club would like to give alumni a chance to purchase yearbooks that they may have missed buying when they were in school. Typically yearbooks range in the $40-$50 range but we want to set a price of $15 on any past yearbook before the 2010 edition.  More recent editions of the yearbook will be slightly higher in price but still at a discount as to what they were years ago.

All proceeds will go towards the yearbook club’s account and will help the students cover the cost of this year’s yearbook and perhaps future publications. Contact Nick Rimer at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. with any questions and all checks can be made out to Union High Activities.  Supplies are limited based on the year of the yearbook.  Here are the overstock numbers and prices we have based on the school year.

1986-    5   @ $15
1992 -    5   @ $15
1994-     5   @ $15
1998-     4   @ $15
1999-     4   @ $15
2000-     9   @ $15
2007-     42 @ $15
2008-     37 @ $15
2009-     8   @ $15
2010-     16 @ $20
2012-     10 @ $20
2013-     11 @ $20
2014-     8   @ $20
2015-     8   @ $20
2016-     42 @ $20
2017-     15 @ $35

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