Check out the final breakfast and lunch menus for the school year!
1 day ago, Megan Phillips, Elem Asst Principal
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If you are interested in summer or fall latchkey, applications are available in the elementary office or by visiting our website: https://www.unioto.org/page/parents
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All-call for 4:00 pm today! Our Vision: By inspiring greatness, all students will realize their worth and potential. Our Mission: At Union-Scioto School District, students will learn, lead, and make a difference. Our Motto: Today’s Learners, Tomorrow’s Leaders. Kindergarten registration for next school year is May 14 and 15! Contact the elementary office at 740-773-4103. Your child must be 5 years of age on or before August 1. If your child is currently enrolled and attending Unioto Preschool, there is no need to schedule a screening appointment as it will be completed during the school day. This is a reminder to our seniors and parents of our seniors that all fees need to be paid before the end of the school year to participate in graduation. Please make arrangements to ensure this is taken care of! Graduation will be here before you know it as the last day of school this year is Wednesday, May 15! It was a big day for our Unioto Middle School Band students this past weekend on Saturday! We had a total of 9 performances at the District 16 Solo and Ensemble Adjudicated Event held at Chillicothe Middle School. Congratulations to the following students on their SUPERIOR performances: 7th Grade Saxophone Trio: Landen Free, Conlee Haynes, and Emmett Kinnison Makenna Auflick: Snare Drum Jeremiah Daggett: Snare Drum Isabella Paul: Flute Elizabeth Blevins: Clarinet Congratulations to the following students on their EXCELLENT performances: Unioto Clarinet Trio: Hannah Alvis, Joselyn River, Jacie Wolfe Unioto Woodwind Trio: Melia Astorga, Audrey Gutierrez, Conlee Haynes Congratulations to the following students on their FESTIVAL PERFORMANCES: Jacie Wolfe: Piano Molly Guerin Sipe: Trumpet Great job band students!! The following Orchestra students participated as well as Soloists for Solo and Ensemble. Amazingly, every single student received a 1 which is a Superior rating! Hannah Alvis Violin Solo. Scored a Superior Elizabeth Blevins Violin Solo. Scored a Superior Darah Hamilton Violin Solo. Scored a Superior. Isabella Paul Cello Solo. Scored a Superior The following students were in a String Quartet. This Quartet also scored a Superior. Jerimiah Daggett. Violin Joselyn River. Viola Isabella Paul. Violin Marshall Davis Double Bass One more announcement for Unioto Band: The Unioto Band Program is announcing enrollment for the 24-25 school year! All interested 5th-grade students should turn in their permission slips to their homeroom teacher by this Friday, April 19th to ensure an instrument fitting slot. On Wednesday, May 1st there will be a mandatory Parent meeting in the Middle School Band room at 6:30 PM. You may enter through the doors to the auditeria. Looking forward to meeting lots of new students! 7 days til Monday! Go Tanks!!
4 days ago, Matt Thornsberry, Superintendent
Have a student entering kindergarten for the 2024-2025 school year? Call the elementary office today to schedule a screening!
7 days ago, Megan Phillips, Elem Asst Principal
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Have a student entering kindergarten for the 2024-2025 school year? Call the elementary office today at (740) 773-4103 to schedule a screening appointment! If your child is currently enrolled and attending Unioto Preschool, there is no need to schedule a screening appointment as it will be completed during the school day.
14 days ago, Megan Phillips, Elem Asst Principal
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In an effort to minimize the inconvenience for families and an abundance of caution for our students and staff, we will be dismissing 15 minutes early to allow time for parents and busses to get students home before the potential forecasted storms. Parents, please expect buses to drop off students approximately 15 minutes early today. Latchkey will still be in session. Sorry for any inconvenience and thank you for your understanding.
17 days ago, Matt Thornsberry, Superintendent
Congrats to our Middle School Boys 4x800 relay team on breaking the Piketon Meet record last night with a time of 9 minutes and 45 seconds! Team members pictured are Boone Fout, Cameron Caplinger, Corbin Scott, and Rudy Leadingham.
16 days ago, P.J. Fitch, MS Principal
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Reminder: April 8th, 2024 will be the first time since 1806 that Ohio will experience a total solar eclipse. This is a once in a lifetime opportunity for us to experience! To provide an opportunity for families to experience this event together, and out of precautionary measures for students and staff, school will not be in session for the day.
17 days ago, Megan Phillips, Elem Asst Principal
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We invite you to Unioto Elementary on Thursday, April 4th to help us celebrate the musical and artistic talents of our students! K-2 Choir students will be performing "Lemonade" in the cafeteria at 6pm. There will be an Art Walk from 6pm to 7:30 that will feature artwork from K-5 students taking Art second semester. We will also have mini art projects that you can make with your family. We hope to see you there!
22 days ago, Megan Phillips, Elem Asst Principal
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One more BIG BIG THANK YOU to all of the sponsors for the support of our track fundraiser: Animal Care Clinic, North Fork Animal Clinic, APPrep, Hills Before The Hustle, Adkins Mgt and Consulting, ERA Martin & Associates, Uhrig Financial, Neil Coleman Insurance, WRH, Kinsey Pharmacy, Ware Funeral Home, Vinton County National Bank, Hanes Total Healthcare, Dwight Beam, Bill Callahan, Real Joy Community Fellowship, GBSP, Apollo Records, Eli Martin Surveying, Chillicothe Monument, LG Serenity, Jswan Window Tinting, First American Insurance, Hometown Hibachi, All-Signs, Chillicothe Signs & Screen Printing, Petland, Unioto Athletics Boosters, Hot Head Burritos of Jackson, and Key Construction. Thank you and Go Tanks!!
23 days ago, Matt Thornsberry, Superintendent
Schools will not be in session this Friday, March 29. School will resume on Monday, April 1.
23 days ago, Megan Phillips, Elem Asst Principal
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All-call for 4:00 pm today! Our Vision: By inspiring greatness, all students will realize their worth and potential. Our Mission: At Union-Scioto School District, students will learn, lead, and make a difference. Our Motto: Today’s Learners, Tomorrow’s Leaders. Kindergarten registration for next school year is May 14 and 15! Contact the elementary office at 740-773-4103. Your child must be 5 years of age on or before August 1. If your child is currently enrolled and attending Unioto Preschool, there is no need to schedule a screening appointment as it will be completed during the school day. Preschool registration is at the elementary school tonight, Thursday, March 21 from 5-6 pm. Registration packets are available to be picked up in the elementary office and are also available online at the following link: http://tinyurl.com/UESpreschool24 Congratulations to MacKenzie Welch for competing in the OAC Wrestling tournament at the Covelli Centre over the weekend in Youngstown Ohio. She competed with 22 other young ladies in her division out of 250 plus young ladies that competed across the state. She placed 6th in the OAC Junior High State Championship all Ohio 2024. Great job MacKenzie and coaches! Congratulations and thank you to our track and field athletes for your efforts and participation in the track fundraiser! A big big Thank You to all of the following sponsors for your support as well: Animal Care Clinic, North Fork Animal Clinic, APPrep, Hills Before The Hustle, Adkins Mgt and Consulting, ERA Martin & Associates, Uhrig Financial, Neil Coleman Insurance, WRH, Kinsey Pharmacy, Ware Funeral Home, Vinton County National Bank, Hanes Total Healthcare, Dwight Beam, Bill Callahan, Nancy Thornsberry, Real Joy Community Fellowship, GBSP, Apollo Records, Eli Martin Surveying, Chillicothe Monument, LG Serenity, Jswan Window Tinting, First American Insurance, Hometown Hibachi, All-Signs, Chillicothe Signs & Screen Printing, Petland, Unioto Athletics Boosters, Hot Head Burritos of Jackson, and Key Construction. Great job to all and a big thank you to our coaches! No School next Friday, March 29 for Good Friday. School will resume on Monday, April 1st! 3 days til Monday! Go Tanks!!
29 days ago, Matt Thornsberry, Superintendent
There will be no school on Friday, March 29 in observance of Good Friday.
about 1 month ago, Megan Phillips, Elem Asst Principal
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All-call for 4:00 pm today! Our Vision: By inspiring greatness, all students will realize their worth and potential. Our Mission: At Union-Scioto School District, students will learn, lead, and make a difference. Our Motto: Today’s Learners, Tomorrow’s Leaders. A reminder to our seniors and parents of our seniors all fees need to be paid prior to the end of the school year in order to participate in graduation. Please make arrangements to ensure this is taken care of! Graduation will be here before you know it as the last day of school this year is Wednesday, May 15! Kindergarten registration for next school year is May 14 and 15! Contact the elementary office at 740-773-4103. Your child must be 5 years of age on or before August 1. If your child is currently enrolled and attending Unioto Preschool, there is no need to schedule a screening appointment as it will be completed during the school day. Preschool registration is Thursday, March 21 from 5-6 pm at the elementary school. Registration packets are available to be picked up in the elementary office and are also available online at http://tinyurl.com/UESpreschool24 Last Friday at Miami Trace our concert band received a Superior rating at Ohio the Music Education Association District 16 Large Group Contest. We can’t remember the last time this happened!! Great job to our students and Mrs. Colleen Coyan-McClure!! A perfect example of hard work works!! So proud and thankful for our concert band!! Girls basketball had a great year finishing with a record of 21-4 and a perfect 14-0 in SVC play. They also finish district runner-up. Individual honors included: All SVC first team and player of the year Milee Smith. Also, on first team were Mya Hamilton and Amaris Betts. Third team All SVC was Magnolia Holbert. Milee Smith was district 14 player of the year as well. Joining her on first team was Mya Hamilton. Amaris Betts made 3rd team and Amelia Uhrig honorable mention. Boys Basketball also had a great season, winning the SVC championship with a 13-1 league record and an overall record of 18-6. All SVC for the boys was 1st team Blake fitch, 2nd team Blake Hoops, and 3rd team KB Perkins All District 14 was Blake Fitch 1st team and Blake Hoops 2nd team Coach Matt Hoops was named coach of the year in both the SVC and District 14. In Wrestling, Michael Gibson was a league champion in the 126 weight class. He also qualified for the district tournament. Our boys' bowling team won the conference with an undefeated record. Gavin Fowler was league MVP. Other All league honors include Owen Drake, Ethan Palmer, and for the girls, Elise Schobelock. Ethan Palmer and Elise Schobelock qualified for the district tournament. Indoor Track had a highly successful season with nearly 50 kids participating. At the state meet, Adeline Lloyd took 9th in the high jump as the only freshman in the field. She also took 22nd in the triple jump with a new school record. In Powerlifting, Whitney Morrison finished 4th in the state meet with a total weight of 765 lbs. Rayann Linch took 3rd in her weight class with 695 lbs. Tye Woods finished 2nd in the 155 lb weight class and had the highest bench and deadlift in his class. Others who placed were Carson Frankel 2nd, Ben Griffin 7th, and Aiden Parry 12th. In swimming, Malachi Allsop, Charlie Lewis, and Keegan Fisk advanced to the District Swim Meet with Keegan Fisk finishing 7th in the 100 backstroke and 12th in the 100 fly. Lastly, Caroline Watts represented Unioto in gymnastics and received the sportsmanship award at the OHSAA District Competition. 3 days til Monday! Go Tanks!!
about 1 month ago, Matt Thornsberry, Superintendent
Breakfast & lunch menus for April!
about 1 month ago, Megan Phillips, Elem Asst Principal
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Friday 3/15/2024, Bus # 23 will become bus #17. This is the bus that services Overlook, Westland, Overbrook, and 2088 Anderson Station Rd..
about 1 month ago, Matt Thornsberry, Superintendent
Unioto Preschool Registration for 2024-2025 will be on Thursday, March 21 from 5:00pm to 6:00pm. Registration packets are available to be picked up in the elementary office and are also available online at http://tinyurl.com/UESpreschool24 Completed packets will not be accepted until registration on March 21st and will be processed in the order in which they are received. If you have any questions, please call the elementary office at (740) 773-4103.
about 1 month ago, Megan Phillips, Elem Asst Principal
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All-call for 4:00 pm today! Our Vision: By inspiring greatness, all students will realize their worth and potential. Our Mission: At Union-Scioto School District, students will learn, lead, and make a difference. Our Motto: Today’s Learners, Tomorrow’s Leaders. Our orchestra students scored a 2 (the second highest possible) at the Ohio Music Education Association (OMEA) South Central Region Large Group Orchestra event at Gahanna Lincoln High School!! Great job students and thank you, Mr. Thorne! Fifth grader Isaiah Reveal won his age group for the Chillicothe Elks Hoop Shoot and will be competing at the regional level on March 16 in South Bend Indiana! Congrats!! Several of our SCOPES students will be participating in the District 12 Science Fair in Athens at OU on Saturday, March 23. Cooper Coffee, Paison Kohler, Eleni McDonald, Owen Rainey, Alec Hollis and Elizabeth Trout. Dalton Dudzinski, Paison Kohler, Maren England, and Avery Harris will be entering an engineering project at the District 12 fair. Fifth Grade students Dalton Dudzinski, Maren England, Avery Harris, and Paison Kohler were finalists in the 2024 OSLN Design Challenge Competition and were invited to present their project #STEMOrbitsOhio USolutions Plus Lights Up The Sky--The Stellar Space Suit at Battelle at the Statewide Design Challenge Showcase on Feb 23, 2024. On March 6, the SCOPES Academy was recognized as an Outstanding Program at the Spring Conference of the Ohio School Boards Association! Great job to all of the students and Mrs. Domo!! In honor of National Athletic Training Month, we would like to recognize Phillip Hughes for helping to keep our student-athletes safe. During March athletic trainers across America are being recognized for their commitment to helping people prevent injuries, and stay healthy and active, and for being highly educated and dedicated healthcare professionals. Unioto would like to thank Phillip Hughes for serving as our athletic trainer and supporting our student-athletes. Thank you, Phillip!! Students…If there are things you are avoiding, things you are dreading to deal with, things you are afraid of, things you know you can do better, the hard tough things in your life, understand that addressing them directly will strengthen you. It will help prepare you for the next hard and difficult things you will face. And you will face more difficult things. There is no path of “no difficult things”. It is not an option. What is an option is to learn to confront the tough difficult things. And be smart and strategic about it. Pick one and deal with it. Take it on. See it as it is…an opportunity to just truly see what exactly you are made of and capable of and who you will become. I will tell you will get stronger and better and braver! You can take on more than you think you can. You really can. I heard just this morning on a podcast that Andrew Huberman said…”The reason to deliberately do hard things is so that when non-self-elected challenges arrive, and they will, you can tell yourself I don’t know how this is going to turn out but I know I can do hard things. Don’t self-injure. But doing hard things is always worthwhile.” 3 days til Monday! Do hard things!! Go Tanks!!
about 1 month ago, Matt Thornsberry, Superintendent
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Are “U” a Leader? “A good leader is one who knows the way, goes the way, and shows the way!” John C. Maxwell Unioto Middle School would like to recognize our student leaders who demonstrate excellence in the following areas: academic performance, character, behavior, effort, social relationships, and attendance. We proudly announce that the following students have been selected as our “February Leaders of the Month.” Grade 6: Anilyn Steele & Broderick Lee Grade 7: Conlee Haynes & Demetrius Hickman Grade 8: Elyssa Scarberry & Chase Danison
about 1 month ago, P.J. Fitch, MS Principal
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Reminder: Students will be dismissed two-hours early this Friday, March 8.
about 1 month ago, Megan Phillips, Elem Asst Principal
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