Monday, June 19, 2017

Please Support the UHS Indian Post Newspaper

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The Indian Post offers a unique perspective of the Unionville-Chadds Ford School District and the local community. Written to inform, entertain, and engage, the Indian Post is a forum serving all members of the community. By purchasing a subscription, you will have access to this great resource for the duration of the school year.

As an independently funded paper, the Indian Post holds multiple fundraisers throughout the year, solicits advertisements from local businesses, and sells subscriptions. Your subscription and contribution will go towards the printing of each edition as well as improving our online presence. This year, we are especially excited to begin work on an updated Indian Post website, and your support will be critical to this new endeavor.

We appreciate your support this year, and we hope you will enjoy the 2017-2018 Indian Post.

For more information and to subscribe please visit - The Indian Post

Wednesday, June 14, 2017

UCFSD Job Fair One-To-One Instructional Assistants


9:00 am - 1:00 pm
Unionville-Chadds Ford School District
District Office - Conference Room 14
740 Unionville Road
Kennett Square, PA  19348

Positions are FT, 10-month positions providing one-to-one academic and behavioral support to students with disabilities in the classroom setting at six schools within the Unionville-Chadds Ford School District.

Multiple positions available beginning August 21, 2017
PCA $13.40 per hour, 
PCA Specialist $15.44 per hour
Health, Dental, Vision Benefits eligible after 90 day probationary period

Additional info available at

Tuesday, June 13, 2017

PES Chorus Singers Perform at the Blue Rocks Game

PES Chorus Picture

PES Chorus Picture

The Pocopson Elementary School Chorus singers performed a terrific version of "God Bless America" on the field at the Blue Rocks baseball game this past weekend.

What an exciting day for our students!

Friday, June 9, 2017

The Curriculum and Ed Tech Committee Meeting Time Change

4:00 PM TO 6:00 PM
 The Board work session meeting
will begin at 7:30pm
Join us at 4:00 at the District office.

Thursday, June 8, 2017

Become a leader......Join National Honor Society

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What are the benefits of being a member of NHS?

Honor, glory and a fancy stole at graduation. Most importantly, National Honor Society provides resources and opportunities for students to continue to grow as leaders. Joining NHS allows students to network with classmates who not only share their rigorous academic achievements but also their dedication to serving their community. Our Student Executive Board is also working on developing new opportunities for members of NHS to access resources that will help them prepare for life after high school.

For additional information visit -

NHS Prospective Candidate FAQ

NHS Application

Thursday, June 1, 2017

The Unionville Speech and Debate team had a PHENOMENAL showing!

UHS Speech Team picture

The Unionville Speech and Debate team had a PHENOMENAL showing at the NCFL Grand National Tournament in Louisville this weekend. After 640 miles of driving, 10 hours of competition and 7 competition venues, team results were as followed:
Andrew Binder- Finalist; Student Congress
Ashwin Singh- Semifinalist; Extemp
Anna Li- Quarter-finalist; Declamation
Suchi Jain- Octofinalist; OI
Jack Odom- Octofinalist; Extemp
David DeMarco- Top 32; Policy Debate
Nick Yang- Top 32; Policy Debate
Richard Shin- Top 32; Lincoln Douglas Debate

UHS Students Perform "Selections from Broadway" This Weekend

Unionville High School Presents

Selections from Broadway: A May Play Cabaret

In 10th Anniversary of Student-Run Productions

Unionville High School students, mostly seniors, are taking over the stage to produce, direct and star in a Cabaret featuring the songs of Sweeney Todd and other Broadway favorites. The Cabaret will take place Saturday, June 3, at 7 pm in the UHS Auditorium. Selections from Broadway is open to all and admission is free. The public is also welcome to attend the dress rehearsal on Friday, June 2 at 7 pm.

More than 40 UHS students are participating in the cast and crew. David DeMarco serves as Director of the show and he is joined by fellow seniors in leadership roles; specifically Assistant Director Dina Spyropoulos, Stage Manager Megan Belgam, Lighting Director Chris Gehrke, Sound Director Ben Basilio, and Costume Designer Mary Boeni. Juniors Max Baines, Assistant Sound Director, and Cameron Cofrancesco, Choreographer, round out the production team.

The Cabaret will feature performances by 19 students, including seniors Jeremy Do, Alex Kallis, Adam Kimmel, Dina Spyropoulos, and Leah Tedesco; juniors Alex Koban-Hogue, Troy Macie, and Ethan Pan; and Freshman Josiah Taylor. The show will include musical numbers from such Broadway classics as Sweeney Todd, Les Miserables, Cats, The Sound of Music, Phantom of the Opera, and Annie.

The tradition of a student-run production, referred to as the May Play, began in 2007 with Unionville student Domingo Mancuello, the son of UHS Spanish teacher Julia Hawkes. Domingo was seeking a way to give students a hands-on creative experience in every aspect of theater.

In Domingo’s senior year, he worked with his fellow students to stage a production of Sweeney Todd. To fill out the cast, he found 5th grader David DeMarco, the younger brother of one of the cast members, to play the role of a child. It was an experience David never forgot and he vowed to bring Sweeney Todd back to Unionville in his senior year. With this year’s show, David has kept this promise.