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. You can expect two all calls this evening. This being the first one and brief and the other at 5:00pm are some thoughts I would appreciate you sharing with our students! Congrats to our cross country team and individuals for once again qualifying for state competition at Fortress Obetz tomorrow. Our boys compete at 1:00pm and girls at 1:45pm with awards at 2:15pm. Great job!! Reminder there is no school on Friday, November 11 in recognition of Veterans Day. Our high school will have a Veterans program on Thursday, November 10 at 1:30pm in the high school gymnasium. This assembly is open to any and all Veterans in our community. A special thank you thank you to all that have served and are serving. Thank you and we hope you can attend!
28 days ago, Matt Thornsberry, Superintendent
There will be no school on Friday, November 11 in observance of Veterans Day.
29 days ago, Megan Phillips
veterans day 22
Unioto Middle School "A/B" Honor Roll
29 days ago, P.J. Fitch, MS Principal
Middle School "A/B" Honor Roll - 1st Nine Weeks
Middle School "A/B" Honor Roll - 1st Nine Weeks
Middle School "A/B" Honor Roll - 1st Nine Weeks
Unioto Middle School "A" Honor Roll
29 days ago, P.J. Fitch, MS Principal
Middle School "A" Honor Roll - 1st Nine Weeks
Middle School "A" Honor Roll - 1st Nine Weeks
Tomorrow Wednesday 11/2/22, bus number 17’s students will be 50 minutes late being picked up and 35 minutes late arriving home. Bus number 17 services Meadow Way, Sunrush Boulevard, Tanager Court, Bunting Court, Falcon, Hanover, Almahurst, Granite Cliff, Stone Trace, Timberview, and Timber Ridge. Thank you.
about 1 month ago, Matt Thornsberry, Superintendent
Today Tuesday, 11/1/22, bus number 17’s students will be approx. 30 min late arriving home. Bus number 17 services Meadow Way, Sunrush Boulevard, Tanager Court, Bunting Court, Falcon, Hanover, Almahurst, Granite Cliff, Stone Trace, Timberview, and Timber Ridge. Thank you.
about 1 month ago, Matt Thornsberry, Superintendent
Additional bus announcement: Tomorrow Tuesday 11/1/22, bus number 17’s students will be 45 minutes being picked up. Bus number 17 services Meadow Way, Sunrush Boulevard, Tanager Court, Bunting Court, Falcon, Hanover, Almahurst, Granite Cliff, Stone Trace, Timberview, and Timber Ridge. Thank you
about 1 month ago, Matt Thornsberry, Superintendent
Tomorrow and Wednesday, 11/1,11/2 Bus #24's students will be approx 30 minutes late arriving home. Bus #24 services, Trotter Dr., Polk Hollow, Summerhill Dr., Alum Cliff, Plyleys Lane, Applewood Dr., Woodland Heights, Walnut Hills and Edgewood. Thank you.
about 1 month ago, Matt Thornsberry, Superintendent
Today Monday, 10/31/22, bus number #17’s students will be 30 minutes late arriving home. Bus number 17 services Meadow Way, Sunrush Boulevard, Tanager Court, Bunting Court, Falcon, Hanover, Almahurst, Granite Cliff, Stone Trace, Timberview, and Timber Ridge. Tomorrow Tuesday 11/1/22 Bus #27's students will be approx. 45 minutes late being picked up. Bus #27 services 1021, 679, 372, 234 and 154 Clinton Rd., Witter Dr., Frontier, Sarah Ct., Crosscreek Dr., Copperfield, Patrician Dr., Creekview and Larrick Lane. Thank you.
about 1 month 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. There’s something in the air this week! It is time for Spooky Boo at “The U”! That’s right, the Drama Club will host their second annual “Murdock’s Manor of Malice” haunted house this Friday and Saturday, October 28th and 29th from 6:00 - 10:30 PM and tickets to walk through are only $5.00 per person! Our preschoolers gave our haunted house a run for their money in front of a packed house of guests with their exceptional performance last night in their Halloween program! Great job preschoolers and thank you preschool staff for organizing the program. Congratulations to our varsity football team on an outstanding season with a 9-1 record. One of the better records in many many years. Actually, we can go clear back to 1981 as the last time we had 9-1 record!! New season starts tonight! Excited for our football team's playoff game tonight vs last year’s state champion Clinton Massie. Gametime is 7pm here at the U!! Our high school students that are members of the Drug Free Clubs of America had the opportunity to participate in the downtown rally today. We had over 200 students participate. Very proud of our students for pledging to remove or keep drugs out of their bodies and lives! There is nothing good in disrespecting your body by taking drugs. It will not lead to anything positive. It won’t be good for you, your family, your friends, your community, anyone! You matter and what you do matters. Great job Drug Free Clubs of America students and any student that is leading a disciplined life making great decisions! Have a great weekend and remember to carry your own weather, hard work works, be grateful and 3 days til Monday!! Go Tanks!
about 1 month ago, Matt Thornsberry, Superintendent
Tomorrow Friday, October 28, bus number 17’s students will be 50 minutes late being picked up and 30 minutes late arriving home. Bus number 17 services Meadow Way, Sunrush Boulevard, Tanager Court, Bunting Court, Falcon, Hanover, Almahurst, Granite Cliff, Stone Trace, Timberview, and Timber Ridge. Thank you
about 1 month 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. There’s something in the air this week! It is time for Spooky Boo at “The U”! That’s right, the Drama Club will host their second annual “Murdock’s Manor of Malice” haunted house this Friday and Saturday, October 28th and 29th from 6:00 - 10:30 PM and tickets to walk through are only $5.00 per person! So, get your scare on and come out for a spooky good time…if you dare! Mwah ha ha ha ha ha!!! High School Auditeria! Congratulations to the boys cross country team for finishing as District Champions for the 18th time in the last 20 years. All district individuals were: Seth Ogan, Turner Markko, Ashton Beverly, Rowen Lloyd, Zack Wallace and Eli Peck. This means our entire scoring varsity team and our sixth man also qualified to regionals as individuals. The girls team also competed at Rio and finished as District runners-up! Cameron Walker earned District Runner-of-the-Year honors and Briana Nelson earned all-district honors. Both teams advance to regional meet which will be held at Pickerington North this Saturday. The Middle school boys finished their season as state runners up this weekend at Fortress Obetz. Jayden Lewis finished 6th in state followed by Liam Lynch 16th. Ethan Purtee 18th Rudy Leadingham 38th Reed Bauer 63rd Zavier Wallace 64th Logan Lovely 79th and Henry Vallette 104th. The middle school girls were represented by Adeline Lloyd who finished 15th Congratulations to our JV football team on an undefeated season in the league! Great job and our future is bright!! Congratulations to our volleyball team for knocking of the #1 seed to advance to the district championship this Saturday vs New Lexington at Southeastern High School at 11am! Nice job ladies and coaches. Congratulations to our girls soccer team for winning at ZT and advancing to the district championship as well. Gametime is Thursday at 6:00pm. Unbelievable season and past seasons. Impressive job players and coaches! Our boys soccer team with a win tonight vs Galia Academy at Logan HS which starts at 8pm will advance to the district championship as well on this Saturday. Lastly, compliments to our band students and band coaches. It is always a pleasure to listen and watch our band students perform at such an impressive level every single week. Every single week. So proud of our band students and band program. Great job! I would also compliment the band boosters on their incredibly tasty fried bologna sandwiches cooked by some master level chefs for sure. Fried bologna on one side of the field and crazy good fish sandwiches on the other. Great job to our booster groups for all the support you provide to our programs and students. It is really appreciated. Thank you! Excited and impressed, but not surprised, all of our teams are having such successful seasons. It doesn’t happen on accident. Intentional focused effort and work will lead to positive results. Incredibly rewarding to invest your energy, hard work, and commitment towards a goal and striving to accomplish it. Remember, these championships, undefeated seasons, making the playoffs, winning tourney games, getting ribbons and trophies all come from hard work. They would mean very little if they were easily attained. Always go the extra mile because it is never crowded. Very few teams and individuals elevate to the level of a championship. The reason it isn’t crowded when you go the extra mile is because so few individuals or teams actually go the extra mile. Actually, put in the extra work. There is nobody there a mile farther down the road or up the hill. It is just too much for some. I would argue the great teams and individual don’t view it as “extra”. It is simply what they do. They know it takes everything and then some just to scratch the surface of greatness. My challenge to you is to understand the work will lead to good results. It is the work, the process, the day to day grind, the pain, the pushing through even when you don’t feel like it, minimizing your excuses, and voluntarily accepting responsibility is your championship your extra mile. It is your trophy. Welcome all of it and know that going the extra mile is the gateway to you finding your best you. Go Tanks!
about 1 month ago, Matt Thornsberry, Superintendent
Friday bus announcement: Friday 10/28/22 Bus # 25's students will be approx. 50 minutes late being picked up and 30 minutes late arriving home. Bus #25 services Zickafoose, East Valley, Kinnamon, East Riehle, Rolling Meadows, Wildflower, Marigold, Goldenrod, Foxglove, Arlington, Woodland Way, Grant, Gettysburg, Unioto, and Custer. Thank You.
about 1 month ago, Matt Thornsberry, Superintendent
Today, Wednesday 10/26/22, bus #25 students will be approximately 50 minutes late being picked up this morning. They will be approximately 30 minutes late arriving home this afternoon.
about 1 month ago, Megan Phillips
bus 25
All call for 5:00 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. Congratulations to the Boys and Girls Cross Country teams who Swept the Scioto Valley Conference Championships Saturday at Zane Trace. Runners of the year honors were also swept by Unioto Runners Cameron Walker and Turner Markko. Joining them on the all-SVC team for this year are Ashton Beverly, Seth Ogan, Rowen Lloyd, Caden Larue, Zack Wallace, JJ Larue, Briana Nelson, Gwyn Eldridge, Ava Rooker, and Ava Fyffe. Honorable Mention All-SVC went to Eli Peck and Shyla Rinehart. The boys perfect scored for the 6th year in a row and the 7th out of the last 8 years meaning all five scoring runners finished ahead of the top scoring runner from any other team. The middle school boys also won the SVC with Jayden Lewis as runner of the year and finished in all of the top 4 positions. The middle school girls were led by Adeline Lloyd who finished as league runner-up. Congratulations to the following boys soccer players who earned all SVC honors. RIver Pettigrew, Cameron Thompson, JC Stark, and Kamden Smith. Lucas Hanes was Co Player of the Year and Micah Geise was Co Goalie of the Year. Our boys soccer team is sectional champions and will advance to play Gallia Academy at Logan on Wednesday October 26th at 8pm With a win tonight vs Sheridan at 6pm our girls soccer team will advance to district play on Monday October 24 at 6:00pm. We also want to recognize the following soccer girls who earned all SVC honors. Autumn Stanger, Jade Fair, Ryleigh Bode, Amelia Uhrig, and Caitlyn Bash. Ashtyn Miller was named SVC Player of the Year and Jeremy Clark was named Coach of the Year. In volleyball, Sophie Coleman and Ella Cutright earned all SVC honors. Congratulations! I read the following from Brian Kight and wanted to share: You don't have to maximize your potential. You don't have to strive and strain in pursuit of personal excellence. You may not be interested in that work or that life. It is within your right to accept average from yourself, but choices have consequences. Accepting average and not pursuing excellence cuts you off from certain things. It also prevents others from experiencing and benefitting from who you could be but choose not to be. The best version of you has a profoundly different impact in the world than the average version of you. The decision to pursue excellence isn't just about you. It's about anyone who experiences you, relies on you, and believes in you. Answer the call. Do the work. I would add that adding discipline into your life and decisions can be terribly difficult and there is always an element of discomfort and in large part is why people avoid it. It is just easier to be less than yourself and to avoid discipline in your actions and decisions. Temporarily and in the moment it might be. However, it is not a mode for success or improvement long term. I haven’t met too many people, if any, that work hard, do the right things, are disciplined, focused, have follow through, do their best, etc. that are not successful. Not saying there may be a few exceptions, but generally speaking the universe is reasonably balanced and fair. So do the work and good things will happen for you! A reminder no school for students or staff tomorrow, Friday, October 21.. Enjoy the extended weekend!! Carry your own weather!! Hard work works! Go Tanks!
about 1 month ago, Matt Thornsberry, Superintendent
Today Wednesday 10/19/22 and Thursday 10/20/22 bus # 5's students will be picked up approx 55 minutes late each morning and will be approx. 35 minutes late arriving home. Bus #5 services Adena Rd., Orange St., Appleton Rd., Lake Dr., Piatt Ave., Yaples Orchid, Suncrest Ct., Avalon Dr., Melrose Dr., and Baldwin Ct. Thank you.
about 1 month ago, Matt Thornsberry, Superintendent
Today, and the rest of the week, Bus # 27's students will be approx 30 minutes late arriving home. Bus #27 services #1021, 679, 154, 234 and 372 Clinton Rd., Witter Dr., Frontier, Sarah, Crosscreek, Copperfield, Patrician Dr. and Creekview. Thanks!
about 2 months ago, Matt Thornsberry, Superintendent
bus change
Today Monday 10/17/22 Bus # 27's students will be approx 30 minutes late arriving home. Bus #27 services #1021, 679, 154, 234 and 372 Clinton Rd., Witter Dr., Frontier, Sarah, Crosscreek, Copperfield, Patrician Dr. and Creekview. Thanks!
about 2 months ago, Matt Thornsberry, Superintendent
bus change
There will be no school for students or staff this Friday, October 21. The District Office will be closed as well. We will resume normal operating hours on Monday, October 24.
about 2 months ago, Megan Phillips
fall break 22
Breakfast and lunch menus are now available for November! Breakfast is free for all students and the cost of lunches is located on the right side of the menu.
about 2 months ago, Megan Phillips
elem menu nov 22
hs menu nov 22