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. Scioto Valley Youth Softball sign ups are scheduled for January 23 and 30, and February 6 and 13. $100 per player and is for 8U-12U players ages 5-12 as of January 1, 2022. Season runs from April 4th through Memorial day weekend. Any questions contact Eric Cox at 740-804-5874 or Unioto Youth Softball Facebook group. Another reminder we are utilizing our district website live feed, district and building Facebook, Twitter and now Instagram for all communication. Please like or follow each to have access to announcements and information. They are as follows: District Website: unioto.org - go to LIVE FEED on home page District Facebook: Union-Scioto Local School District District Twitter: Union-Scioto LSD District Instagram: unionsciotolsd Students from the great words of Mr. Feeney…which I doubt any of you are aware of. He was a teacher on a sitcom from a few years back titled Boy Meets World. He once said “If you let people's perception of you dictate your behavior you will never grow as a person, but if you leave yourself open to experience despite what others think, then you will learn and grow” It can be a real challenge to not allow what others think of you to impact you in a negative manner. I say let everyone you meet be a teacher to you. You can learn from everyone. Remember to never get too caught up in all the praise you receive and do the same with all the criticism. Both can be extremely helpful in your efforts to improve yourself. Especially with the criticism if received as a growth opportunity. All criticism is not bad. Criticism can make you better. Be open to criticism, welcome it, look for it, ask for it, desire it. It can be your biggest stepping stone to reaching your goals and potential. Surround yourself with people who will invest in you and care about you. Those that are willing to tell you what you need to hear even at the risk of losing your friendship can be invaluable to you and your future self. Steer clear of the impostors that only tell you what you want to hear. As T.D. Jakes says…real friends keep it real. Audit your circle!! I have attached a short clip of T.D. Jakes emphasizing the importance of accepting criticism. Please watch! https://fb.watch/aGueL3jAok/ Have a great weekend and remember...3 days til Monday!! Carry your own weather!! Hard work works!! Audit your circle!! Be grateful!! Go Tanks!!
3 days ago, Matt Thornsberry, Superintendent
February Breakfast & Lunch Menus are now available! Reminder: breakfast and lunch are free for all students.
5 days ago, Megan Phillips
elem feb 22
Feb 22 menus
Today, Wednesday, Jan. 19, 2022 Bus #4's students will be approximately 25 minutes late arriving home. Bus #4 services Scioto Woods, Golfview and Goodale Dr. and 176 Clinton Rd.
5 days ago, Matt Thornsberry, Superintendent
Unioto will be closed tomorrow January 18, 2022.
6 days ago, Matt Thornsberry, Superintendent
unioto close
School will not be in session on Monday, January 17, 2022.
10 days ago, Megan Phillips
MLK no school
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 “December Leaders of the Month.” Grade 6: Alexandria McDonald and Joshua Martin Grade 7: Dixie Leggett and Jayden Lewis Grade 8: Alayna Gray and Cody Braden Note: These “Leaders” will continue to eat lunch with Mr. Fitch, be involved in leadership opportunities, and work in teams to develop potential solutions to address school issues.
12 days ago, P.J. Fitch, MS Principal
December MS Leaders of the Month
The middle school boys and girls basketball games for this evening against Piketon have been canceled. There will be no practice this evening. The make-up date will be shared once it is set. Thank you.
12 days ago, P.J. Fitch, MS Principal
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. No school on Monday, January 17 in recognition of Martin Luther King Day. School will resume on Tuesday, January 18, 2022. Unioto’s military recognition night will be this Saturday January 15th. All veterans and active military men and women will be given free admission to the boys basketball game against Piketon. A free dinner from 4:30-6:00 will be served at the high school for our military members. This event is open to all military members and veterans in Ross County. Come out and enjoy a great night of basketball and an opportunity to pay tribute to members of our community who have protected our great nation. Thank you - Thank you - Veterans! Have a great evening and enjoy the upcoming extended weekend! Go Tanks!
12 days ago, Matt Thornsberry, Superintendent
January is School Board Recognition Month and Union-Scioto School District would like to thank each of our board members for their dedication and commitment to serving our school district! Thank you so much for advocating for our students, staff, district, and community! We are very very thankful and appreciative of your leadership and vision!! Thank you and Go Tanks!!
13 days ago, Matt Thornsberry, Superintendent
BOE Appreciation Month
There will be no school on Monday, January 17, 2022.
14 days ago, Megan Phillips
mlk no school
Unioto will be closed today Friday, January 7, 2022.😡😡😡😡😡😡😡😡
17 days ago, Matt Thornsberry, Superintendent
Unioto Closed
2hr delay for Unioto tomorrow Friday, January 7, 2022. 😡😡😡🥶🥶
17 days ago, Matt Thornsberry, Superintendent
2hr delay
There will be two-hour delay on Friday, January 7, 2022.
17 days ago, Megan Phillips
delay 1/07
Bus #1 students will be approximately 25-30 minutes late arriving home today. Bus #1 services Anderson Station Rd., Flint Dr., Moccasin, Arrow Lane, Mound, Peace Pipe, Chief, Feather, Camp and Bow Circle. Thank you!
20 days ago, Matt Thornsberry, Superintendent
Students will be dismissed two hours early this Friday, December 17.
about 1 month ago, Megan Phillips
2hour early release
January Breakfast & Lunch Menus are now available! Reminder: breakfast and lunch are free for all students.
about 1 month ago, Megan Phillips
jan 22 menus
jan 22 menus
Bus # 23 will be approximately 20-25 minutes late arriving home this evening. Bus # 23 services Anderson Station Rd., Flint Dr., Moccasin, Arrow, Mound, Peace Pipe, Feather, Camp, Bow and Chief Lane.
about 2 months ago, Matt Thornsberry, Superintendent
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 “November Leaders of the Month.” Grade 6: Jillian Mathey Jeremiah Daggett Grade 7: Rihauna Graham-Lovelady Chad Tryon Grade 8: Jacey Stephens Riley Wine Note: These “Leaders” will continue to eat lunch with Mr. Fitch, be involved in leadership opportunities, and work in teams to help him develop potential solutions to school issues.
about 2 months ago, P.J. Fitch, MS Principal
November MS Leaders of the Month
“Wear gratitude like a cloak, and it will feed every corner of your life.” — Rumi We are grateful for all of you. Wishing all of our Unioto families a safe, warm, and happy Thanksgiving.
about 2 months ago, Megan Phillips
Thankful 21
Good morning Tanks! Rise and shine today! Yes I know it is early in the morning...maybe too early for an all call. Be excited for the day ahead. Next week is Thanksgiving break and we will be in session Monday and Tuesday. No school Wednesday thru Friday. Enjoy the time with your family and friends and be thankful for the blessings and opportunities afforded to us all. Students, this has been on my mind a bit lately and I feel very compelled to share. The cell phone can be a powerful, very powerful tool for your personal development and improvement efforts if utilized properly. Social media can be as well. You will find what you are looking for...if you are looking for drama, negativity, divisiveness, and trouble it can be found. If you are looking for positivity, encouragement, connection, and growth it can be found. Think about what you find yourself drawn to and focused on. Think about it. There is real strength in making good decisions with your time and thoughts. Be selfish with what you allow yourself to be focused on and where and how you spend your time. Here is another thought I was exposed to on social media and would like to share. If you are trying to do your best and improve yourself and get your life in order and your “friends” get in your way that is actually really helpful for you because you have now identified who your friends aren’t. You might think I can’t give them up. Yes you can and yes you should. It will actually be better for you and them. If they are aiming down and they want you going down with them there is nothing about that that is good for them or for you. Choose your friends wisely. It is one of your most important decisions as a child and as an adult. 3 days til Monday!! Carry your own weather!! Hard work works!! Audit your circle!! Be grateful!! Win your day!! Go Tanks!!
2 months ago, Matt Thornsberry, Superintendent