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!
3 months 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.
3 months ago, Megan Phillips
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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.
3 months ago, Matt Thornsberry, Superintendent
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Today, Wednesday 30, 2022 bus # 28's students will be approx. 35 minutes late arriving home. Bus # 28 services 15217, 14993 and 14886 Pleasant Valley Rd., Kenowa Village, corner of Pine and Fairview and the city pool parking lot. Thank you.
3 months ago, Matt Thornsberry, Superintendent
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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. All parents of boys planning to play football entering grades 9-12 next school year are invited to attend our football booster club meetings. Our next meeting will be held on April 21, 2022 at 7:00 pm in the high school commons. We will be planning our various fundraisers for the upcoming season. If you have any questions please feel free to email Kristin Morrison at kmorrison@gotanks.org What is eSports? Esports is short for electronic sports. Esports are competitive video games that can be played individually or as a team. The variety of gameplay and game genre make esports one of the most versatile and popular competitions in the world. It is our goal to use electronic sports as a positive educational and developmental change agent for our students. The Unioto eSports lab is now complete and ready for gameplay. There will be a fall and spring season each year lasting approximately 8 weeks. For more information, please contact eSports coach, Travis Schrake at tschrake@gotanks.org. 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 months ago, Matt Thornsberry, Superintendent
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Today, Friday, March 25, 2022 Bus # 4 students will be approx. 35 minutes late arriving home. Bus # 4 services Scioto Woods 1 & 2, Golfview, Goodale Dr., and 176 Clinton Rd. (Northcreek Apts.) Thank You
3 months ago, Matt Thornsberry, Superintendent
bus change
Today Monday, 21,2022 Students riding bus #1 will be approximately 35 minutes late arriving home. Bus #1 services 719, 688, 593 and 249 Anderson Station Rd., Flint Dr., Moccasin Dr., Arrow Lane, Mound, Peace Pipe, Feather, Camp and Chief Lane. Thank You for your understanding.
4 months ago, Matt Thornsberry, Superintendent
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High School Reminder: UHS plans to offer 3 College Credit Plus courses on campus next school year including CCP Government, Biology I, and Biology II. These class will take place at UHS and will be taught by UHS teachers. Any student interested in taking CCP courses whether here at Unioto or at any other location next year must stop by the counseling office and pick up an information packet. The Intent to Participate and Counseling Acknowledgement forms must be returned by April 1, 2022.
4 months ago, Nathan Caplinger
Today, Thursday, 17, 2022 Bus # 28's 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 and the City Pool parking lot. Thank You.
4 months ago, Matt Thornsberry, Superintendent
late bus
Menus for April are now available! Breakfast and lunch are provided free of charge to all students.
4 months ago, Megan Phillips
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Families of students in grades 3, 4, and 5: Ohio State Testing begins next week. Please save the dates so you can ensure that your child gets a good night's rest, eats breakfast, and arrives at school on time.
4 months ago, Megan Phillips
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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. Unioto Preschool Registration for next school year will be on March 24, 2022. Applications can be picked up in the elementary office or downloaded from the Unioto Elementary page of the district website. Congratulations to all the athletes who qualified in the state indoor track championships this past weekend. There were 360 schools represented and 1800 athletes this year! Special congratulations to Corey Schobelock for making All-Ohio in the 3200 meter run. He was 6th with a time of 9:35. Corey also ran the 4x800 meter relay which was 13th with a time of 8:31. He was joined on that team by Gabe Lynch, JJ Larue and Ashton Beverly. Other results were:Gabriel Lynch 10th in the 1600 meter run with a time of 4:33 , Luke Kendrew was 20th in the 3200 meter with a PR of 10:07, and the 4x400 team of Lynch, JJ Larue, Caden Larue, and Ashton Beverly set a school record of 3:45 to finish 14th. On the girls side the 4x800 team of Indy Spetnagel, Briana Nelson, Gwyn Eldridge, and Tessa Cottril finished 13th with a Season Best time of 10:47. Briana Nelson became the 4th Unioto girl to break 12 minutes in the 3200 meter run finishing 11th and Indy Spetnagel ran 12:16 to finish 19th in the same race. Again, congratulations to our athletes and coaches on a great season! Congratulations to our wrestlers on their season and tournaments. Layton Vennon 1st @ SVC, 2nd @ Sectionals, and 6th @ Districts. Mars Coste 1st @ SVC, 3rd @ sectionals, and a District qualifier with one match away from placing @ Districts. Griffin Sams 1st @ SVC, 2nd @ sectionals, and a District qualifier. Ethan Summers 2nd @ SVC, 3rd @ sectionals, and a District qualifier. Matt Griffin 1st @ SVC, 2nd @ sectionals, and a District qualifier with one match away from placing @ Districts. What is eSports? Esports is short for electronic sports. Esports are competitive video games that can be played individually or as a team. The variety of gameplay and game genre make esports one of the most versatile and popular competitions in the world. It is our goal to use electronic sports as a positive educational and developmental change agent for our students. The Unioto eSports lab is now complete and ready for gameplay. We had 24 high school students and 32 middle school students express interest in participating on the eSports team. Gameplay will begin next week competing against other surrounding school districts and school districts throughout Ohio. There will be a fall and spring season each year lasting approximately 8 weeks. For more information, please contact eSports coach, Travis Schrake at tschrake@gotanks.org. I will post a few pictures of our esports room on our Facebook page. The Unioto After Prom committee is currently fundraising for this year‘s after prom. They are holding an egg My Yard fundraiser. Take some of the stress off of the Easter bunny and let the AfterProm committee deliver filled Easter eggs to your yard. Eggs will be delivered the night before, so you will wake up to a fun surprise on Easter morning. Get your order in soon! Spots are filling up fast. More information and contact info can be found on Katrina Robinson’s FaceBook page. Have a great weekend and remember...3 days til Monday!! Carry your own weather!! Hard work works!! Audit your circle!! Be grateful!! Go Tanks!!
4 months ago, Matt Thornsberry, Superintendent
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Great news for students!!! The water leak has been repaired! School resumes tomorrow, Wednesday, March 9th. Go Tanks!
4 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 “February Leaders of the Month.” Grade 6: Kaylee Sever and Chase Danison Grade 7: Savana Steinbrook and Jack Welch Grade 8: Sadie Lamerson and David Long 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.
4 months ago, P.J. Fitch, MS Principal
MS February Leaders of the Month
A reminder school will be closed for Unioto tomorrow, Tuesday, March 8, 2022 due to a needed water line leak repair. School is scheduled to resume on Wednesday, March 9th. Thanks!
4 months ago, Matt Thornsberry, Superintendent
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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. Unioto Preschool Registration for next school year will be on March 24, 2022. Applications can be picked up in the elementary office or downloaded from the Unioto Elementary page of the district website. Very proud of our band students and their performance earlier in the week. Always impressed with our band performances. Great job!! Congratulations to our district qualifiers in wrestling Layton Vennon - 2nd (106), Mars Coste - 3rd (126), Griffin Sams - 2nd (144), Ethan Summar - 3rd (157), and Matt Griffin - 2nd (175) as they will be competing this evening and tomorrow at Gallia Academy HS. Great job student-athletes and coaches! School calendar for next year will be posted on our live feed, website, and on all of our social media platforms today. Just a reminder we don’t count the days we make the days count!! There will be no school for Unioto on Tuesday, March 8, 2022 due to a water line leak near the substation on Moundsville road. The needed repair is scheduled for Tuesday, March 8 in the morning and all water services will need to be shut off to our facilities. There is a possibility it could worsen before the repair is completed and result in additional school closures. If this occurs, we will communicate as soon as possible. As of now, school is closed on Tuesday, March 8. Students, you woke up this morning. It‘s the perfect day to elevate yourself. Aim up! Your excuses are your worst enemy. Your goals are your best friend. Treat your goals as you would someone you truly love and care about. Work hard, push through, get your act together, focus on your learning, be a good friend, learn to listen, help others, pay attention to the good, be kind, and most importantly, be responsible. One of the quickest and oftentimes best ways to get better is to stop doing the foolish things that you know to be foolish. Just stop. We all know this. Work at it. It is work, real work. Trust me - your life will improve rapidly! As Maya Angelou once said, “Nothing will work unless you do”. Do you really have anything better to do? Do you? Your goals deserve your attention and focus. Your goals are you. So treat them how you want to be treated! Have a great weekend and remember...3 days til Monday!! Carry your own weather!! Hard work works!! Audit your circle!! Be grateful!! Go Tanks!!
4 months ago, Matt Thornsberry, Superintendent
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School Calendar 2022-2023
Unioto Preschool Registration for the 2022-2023 school year will be on March 24, 2022. Applications can be picked up in the elementary office or downloaded from the Unioto Elementary page of the district website: https://tinyurl.com/preschool202223
4 months ago, Megan Phillips
preschool 2022-23
Today Monday Feb. 28, 2022 Bus # 4's students will be approx. 20 minutes late arriving home. Bus #4 services Scioto Woods 1 & 2, Golfview, Goodale and 176 Clinton Rd. (Northcreek Apts.) Also today, Bus # 28's students will be approx. 20 minutes late arriving home. Bus #28 services 15217, 14993, and 14886 Pleasant Valley Rd., also Kenowa Village, corner of Pine and Fairview and the City Pool parking lot. Thank You
4 months ago, Matt Thornsberry, Superintendent
The CDC has announced the mask mandate on all school transportation has been lifted. Beginning today, Monday, February 28, 2022 masks are optional on school transportation. Thank you.
4 months ago, Matt Thornsberry, Superintendent
masks optional
Today Monday, February 28, 2022 bus number 11/8 students will be picked up approximately 20 minutes late this morning. Bus number 11 services route 50, N. Fork Dr., Zeigler, Coventry Drive, Page Rd., Leeds Road ,Professional Drive, Dogwood Apartments, and Applegate Apts. Thank you for your understanding.
4 months ago, Matt Thornsberry, Superintendent
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