The last day of school for students is Wednesday, May 25. There will be a two hour early release on that day.
7 days ago, Megan Phillips
last day 22
Parents of fourth grade students: If your student has turned in a permission slip and been fitted for a band instrument for next year, please remember to attend our Parent Meeting on Tuesday, May 24th at 6:30PM in the Middle School Band room. You may enter through the auditeria doors. Here students will reserve their rental instruments for next year, so please bring a credit or debit card for payment. If you cannot attend, email Ms. Coyan (ccoyan@gotanks.org) by the end of the day on Wednesday to obtain the necessary information.
7 days ago, Matt Thornsberry, Superintendent
I wanted to inform parents the high school received reports of a potential incident involving a student making threats. We responded immediately by contacting law enforcement and cooperated fully. The situation has been resolved and we appreciate the responsiveness and assistance of the law enforcement. We have additional law enforcement available as well and as always, the safety of our students and staff are our top priority. Thank you. Mr. Thornsberry, Superintendent
7 days ago, Matt Thornsberry, Superintendent
DATE CORRECTION: UHS Goes to France in the Summer of 2023! Join us for an informational meeting on Tuesday, May 24th @ 7:00 PM at the HS Open to graduating classes of 2022 and 2023 More info: Google Class Code: wjhp77
8 days ago, Unioto Sherman Tanks
MS Volleyball Open Gym
11 days ago, P.J. Fitch, MS Principal
MS volleyball open gym
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 Seniors and their parents all school fees need to be paid prior to graduation. Please contact the HS office to ensure all your child’s fees have been taken care of. Graduation is scheduled for Sunday, May 29th at 4pm Another reminder, there will be no school for students on Thursday, May 26th as staff will be participating in professional development and trainings. No school for students on May 26th! Wednesday, May 25 will be the new last day of school for students and it is a 2 hour early release. Compliments to our band students for their great performance last night in front of a packed house. Thank you parents for your support for our band students and program. Special congratulations on Mitchell Barnes on becoming next years field commander. You have some big shoes to fill following Andrew Carl. I am sure you will be a great leader. Just remember what Andrew said in his speech that the purpose of a leader is to serve others. Great job students and Ms. Coyan! Congratulations to our baseball team on a great season finishing as SVC co-champs! Looking forward to their first tournament game on Monday at home at 5pm. Congratulations to our softball team on an outstanding season winning the league championship outright! SVC champs!! Tough loss in the tourney but I am very confident you will learn from it, bounce back, and make a strong run next year! Congratulations to our doubles teams in tennis for qualifying for the Districts. Lucas Hanes and Ashton Sigler along with Mason Thornsberry and JC Stark. Next match is Saturday, May 21st at OU in Athens! SVC league meet for our track team is tomorrow, this Saturday at Zane Trace. Congratulations to our MS track teams on an fantastic season with several 1st and 2nd place finishes. Both teams finished 2nd in the SVC with over 58 student athletes participating this year! Just a few highlights: Cameron Walker broke every meet record she participated in in the 1600 including the SVC record. Cam qualified for the OHSAA State Middle School meet individually in both the 1600 and 800, ranked top 10 in the 1600. Girls 4x400 of Aidyn Danison, Adeline Lloyd, Magnolia Holbert, and Cameron Walker broke the school record of 4:30.3 in the 4x400m relay only running together 3 times throughout this year. They also qualified for the OHSAA Middle School state meet that’s ran tomorrow at Hilliard Darby Middle School in search of a spot in the top 8 against some really good competition. At the SVC Meet, we had 12 total personal records set on the boys side and 14 total personal records set on the girls side! SVC Champions in their individual events: Magnolia Holbert- 1st place in the 100 and 200 hurdles Cameron Walker- 1st place in the 1600 and 800 Boys 4x800- Christian Passerini, Liam Lynch, Alex Castillo, and Caleb Caplinger 1st place Jaden Hines- 1st place in the 1600 Gideon Tennent- 1st place in the 800 Boys 4x400- Jaden Hines, Tanner Beam, Gideon Tennent, Christian Passerini 1st place and 1.5 seconds off the school record David Long- 1st place in Shot Put with a throw of 40’3” Impressive season and individual and team accomplishments. Great job student-athletes and coaches! Unioto football annual pancake breakfast is scheduled for Saturday, May 14 from 8-11am in the high school commons. Contact high school football players for tickets! Also on Saturday, May 14 at the football stadium we will be hosting a cornhole tournament open to the public. Please support our football program. $40 entry fee per team with payment due at registration and the tournament begins at 10am! Preregister by emailing your team name and member names to mhoops@gotanks.org. Cash prizes for top 3 teams! A few other upcoming events and reminders are: Choir Concert and Awards - Tuesday, May 17@6pm Orchestra Concert (all grades) - Thursday, May 19@7pm Kindergarten registration is scheduled for May 24 & 25. Last day of school for students - Wednesday, May 25 (2hr release) Graduation - Sunday, May 29@4pm Have a great weekend and remember...3 days til Monday!! Carry your own weather!! Hard work works!! Audit your circle!! Be grateful!! Go Tanks!!
14 days ago, Matt Thornsberry, Superintendent
Unioto Elementary Supply List for 2022-2023
17 days ago, Megan Phillips
Supply List Elem
Unioto is accepting applications for a 6 1/2 hour attendant. Please see posting for more information.
17 days ago, Megan Phillips
6 half attendant
Today, Monday May, 9, 2022 Bus #1 students will be approximately 40 minutes late arriving home. Bus #1 services 719, 668, 593, 340 and 249 Anderson Station Rd. Also Flint Dr., Moccasin, Arrow Lane, Mound Lane, Peace Pipe, Feather, Camp, Bow and Chief Lane. Thank you.
18 days ago, Matt Thornsberry, Superintendent
bus change
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 “April Leaders of the Month.” Grade 6: Lilah Bennett and Luke Mautz Grade 7: Madison Tuttle and Grady Gobel Grade 8: Ella Smith and Kolton Fout 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 address school issues.
18 days ago, P.J. Fitch, MS Principal
April Leaders of the Month
Middle School "Monday Night" Football update:
18 days ago, P.J. Fitch, MS Principal
Middle School "Monday Night" Football
Is your little Tank ready for school next year? Adena Pediatrics is making it easy to schedule your child’s vaccinations and well-exam so they are prepared for kindergarten. Don’t wait, get scheduled today and take care of these important requirements. Contact your primary care provider or Adena Pediatrics at 740-779-4300.
18 days ago, Megan Phillips
adena at UES
All call for 4 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. Free sports physicals are offered tomorrow Thursday, May 5th at our high school for current 8th-11th graders. Bring your physical form to school that morning and if you have any questions contact Phillip Hughes our athletic trainer at phughes@adena.org or phughes@gotanks.org or 740.253.5863. Reminder on open enrollment forms: The forms are available on our district website in the Parent Resources section, at each of the buildings, and the administrative building up on the hill. The completed forms can be turned in at the buildings, administrative building, or scanned and emailed to Beth Smith, superintendent secretary at bsmith@gotanks.org. Fall Latchkey registration is open. These forms are available on our district website in the Parent Resources section as well as at our buildings. Please return the application to the Admin building or email to Beth Smith. Please remember that you have to register every year. You are not automatically guaranteed a spot just because you were registered last year. We typically end up with a waiting list, so the earlier you register, the better. Unioto football annual pancake breakfast is scheduled for Saturday, May 14 from 8-11am in the high school commons. Contact high school football players for tickets! Also on Saturday, May 14 at the football stadium we will be hosting a cornhole tournament open to the public. Please support our football program. $40 entry fee per team with payment due at registration and the tournament begins at 10am! Preregister by emailing your team name and member names to mhoops@gotanks.org. Cash prizes for top 3 teams! This week is Teacher Appreciation Week and I would like to thank our teachers for their commitment to our students, families, and school district. Thank you for all you do! I would also like to take this opportunity to thank all of our staff at Unioto for your efforts and collaboration to provide a wonderful educational experience for our students and a quality school district for our community. And while I am at it I would like to include all of our families and students as well. Nice job to everyone!! Proud to be a Sherman Tank! Students - continue to carry your own weather, have a gratitude mindset, and focus on your future you! Go Tanks!!
23 days ago, Matt Thornsberry, Superintendent
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. Compliments to our drama club for their great performances last week. Always a pleasure to watch our students work hard and work together. Great job students and staff. Music and Art night was a huge success. Very very impressed with our students talents and our art and music staff for their commitment and efforts. Great job students and staff! A reminder to Seniors and their parents all school fees need to be paid prior to graduation. Please contact the HS office to ensure all your child’s fees have been taken care of. Graduation is scheduled for Sunday, May 29th at 4pm! Free sports physicals are offered on Thursday, May 5th at our high school for current 8th-11th graders. Bring your physical form to school that morning and if you have any questions contact Phillip Hughes our athletic trainer at phughes@adena.org or 740.253.5863. Congratulations to Mrs. Ashley McBee Smith for being recognized as an outstanding educator in Ross County by the Chillicothe-Ross Community Foundation. We appreciate your focus on students and learning and are proud of you! Thank you and great job! Unioto Prom will be held next Saturday May 7 at 8pm. Grand March for Prom will start at 7:15. Tickets for Prom are $25 each. Drug Free Clubs of America students receive a $5 discount on Prom tickets. After Prom will be held at the High School on May 7 as well beginning at 11:30pm. Tickets for After Prom are $10 per student. The After Prom committee is in need of volunteers. Parents who would like to volunteer please contact Katrina Robinson. Tickets for both events will be on sale Monday and Tuesday of next week. These are the last two days of ticket sales! Students must have a ticket to attend either event. Another reminder, there will be no school for students on Thursday, May 26th as staff will be participating in professional development and trainings. No school for students on May 26th! Wednesday, May 25 will be the new last day of school for students and it is a 2 hour early release. Monday of next week is school bus driver appreciation day! We appreciate our bus drivers! Driving a school bus is an integral part of educating our students and we appreciate their efforts to support our families, students, and school district. Thank you bus drivers! A few other upcoming events and reminders are: HS Prom - Saturday, May 7@8pm Band Concert - Thursday, May 12@7pm Choir Concert and Awards - Tuesday, May 17@6pm Orchestra Concert (all grades) - Thursday, May 19@7pm Kindergarten registration is scheduled for May 24 & 25. Last day of school for students - Wednesday, May 25 (2hr release) Graduation - Sunday, May 29@4pm Have a great weekend and remember...3 days til Monday!! Carry your own weather!! Hard work works!! Audit your circle!! Be grateful!! Go Tanks!!
28 days ago, Matt Thornsberry, Superintendent
Today, Friday, April 29,2022 Bus #1 students will be approximately 40 minutes late arriving home. Bus #1 services 719, 668, 593, 340 and 249 Anderson Station Rd. Also Flint Dr., Moccasin, Arrow Lane, Mound Lane, Peace Pipe, Feather, Camp, Bow and Chief Lane. Thank you!
28 days ago, Matt Thornsberry, Superintendent
bus change
This morning Friday, April 29 bus number nine will not be running. The students at Kenwood mobile homes at 2843 state route 207 will be picked up at 6:50 AM, the students at Cook’s mobile home at 2276 Stone Rd. will be picked up at 6:58 AM, the students at overlook Heights at 2545 Anderson Station Rd. will be picked up at 7:20 AM thank you for your understanding.
28 days ago, Matt Thornsberry, Superintendent
bus
Unioto is accepting applications for a PM Custodian. See posting.
about 1 month ago, Matt Thornsberry, Superintendent
Custodian Position
Unioto Drama Club production "Legally Blond The Musical Jr" The Unioto Drama Club would like to invite everyone out to see this year’s production of “Legally Blonde The Musical Jr.” based on the MGM movie “Legally Blonde” on this Friday, April 22 and Saturday, April 23 at the Unioto High School Auditeria. This year’s cast features talent from both the High School and Middle School. Come out and join our cast of talented students in this fun-filled legally laughable, hysterically high-spirited and extraordinarily entertaining production as they sing, dance, and crack the case in this courtroom caper. Legally Blonde The Musical Jr. was written by Laurence O’Keefe and Nell Benjamin based on the novel by Amanda Brown and the Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer motion picture. Unioto is presenting this copywriter production through special license with Musical Theatre International, the performance rights organization responsible for administration and management of licensing for the play. This year’s play is directed by Mr. Frank Elliott and Mrs. Maureen Simon. Choreography was designed and taught by two of the drama club’s own, Aurora Lemaster and Larissa Thompson. “We are very proud of this cast and all of their achievements in this production.” said Frank Elliott. “The students have taken leadership this year and have contributed to the staging of this fun show.” Tickets will be available at the door. Prices will be $8 for Adults and $5 for students. The doors will open at 6:30 PM and the Curtain will open at 7:00 PM. Refreshments, Star Grams and more will be available for purchase which will further help future Drama Club Productions!
about 1 month ago, Matt Thornsberry, Superintendent
May breakfast and lunch menus are now available for the elementary, middle, and high schools. Breakfast and lunch are free for all students.
about 1 month ago, Megan Phillips
elem may 22
ms hs may 22
Today Monday 4/4/22 Bus #28 students will be approx. 40 minutes late arriving home. Bus 28 services, 15217, 14993 and 14886 Pleasant Valley Rd., Kenowa Village, corner of Pine and Fairview Streets and the City Pool parking lot. Thank You Today Monday 4/4/22 Bus #1 students will be approx. 35 minutes late arriving home. Bus 1 services, 719, 668, 593, 340, 249 Anderson Station Rd., Flint Dr.,Moccasin, Arrow Lane, Mound Lane, Peace Pipe, Feather, Camp, Bow Circle and Chief Lane.
about 2 months ago, Matt Thornsberry, Superintendent
bus change