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Congratulations Class of 2016

DVD of Graduation will be on sale at the Senior High Office for $10.  Please call ahead for availability. 


Proposed Final Budget 2016-2017
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  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT the Mount Union Area Board of Education tentatively adopted a proposed final budget for the 2016-2017 school year at its regular meeting on Monday, May 23, 2016. The budget shows anticipated expenditures of $21,813,461 and anticipated revenues of $20,331,742.

Final adoption of the budget will be considered at the regular monthly meeting on Monday, June 27, 2016, at 7:00 p.m. in the Library of the Junior/Senior High School, 706 North Shaver Street, Mount Union, PA 17066.

The proposed budget will be available for public inspection for 20 days prior to final adoption from 8:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Monday through Friday in the Mount Union Area School Districts Administrative Center, 603 North Industrial Drive, Mount Union, PA 17066.


Paving/Seal Coating Bid
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 The Mount Union Area School District is seeking bids for paving of 11,961 square feet and seal coating for 21,159 square feet at the Mapleton-Union Elementary School located at 13606 Smith Valley Road, Mapleton Depot, Huntingdon County.  Questions and requests for site inspection should be directed to Mr. Bill Varner at 814-542-2518, Ext #144.  Sealed bids marked “Paving/Seal Coating Mapleton Elem. Bid” must be received no later than 10:00 a.m. on Wednesday, June 15, 2016.  Bids should be sent to the attention of Mrs. Carol Kauffman, Director of Business Affairs, Administrative Center, 603 North Industrial Drive, Mount Union, PA  17066.  The District reserves the right to waive any irregularities or to reject any or all bids, if deemed to be in the best interest of the District.


Disability Funding Rally
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 Disability funding in Pennsylvania is in danger. Join adocates from across the state to advocate for the fair funding for Pennsylvanians with disabilities. Click here for Flyer.

Where:
Harrisburg Capital Rotunda
North 3rd Street, Harrisburg PA 17120

When:
Monday June 6 2016, 1:30 PM

Who:
People with disabilities, family members, friends, disability organizations, advocates.
  

 

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About Us

The Mount Union Area School District is a rural District spanning 256 sq miles.   The organizational structure of the Mount Union Area School District is as follows: 3 Elementary Schools (Grades K-6) Mount Union - Kistler Elementary School, Shirley Township Elementary School, and Mapleton Union Elementary School.  In addition, the district consists of one Junior High School comprised of Grades 7-8 and one Senior High School for Grades 9-12.  The Junior and Senior High school buildings were renovated in 2010.  

The Mount Union Area School District continues to host a Pre K program in partnership with Huntingdon County Child and Adult Development Corporation. This initiative continues to be supported through Pre K Counts, Pa Pre K Counts and Head Start Supplemental in addition to Title 1 funding for the 2010-11 school year. 

The planned courses of instruction and assessment programs are matched to the state requirements under Chapter 4 for all of our programs. The state and district benchmarks and/or local assessments have been developed or adopted to address the Pennsylvania Academic Standards. Monitoring of the program and data analysis of the results will be completed at each grade level according to descriptions outlined in our assessment action plan.

There are a multitude of programs in place within the district. Some of those programs are LETRS, Guided Reading, LLI, RtII, Olweus, Verbal Behavior Project, READ 180, System 44, Corrective Reading…The Reading Mastery Series, ALEX, and Benchmark Reading. In addition, the district participates with after school tutoring through the 21st Century Grant. An advisor/advisee program is also in place to assist students with meeting graduation requirements. All students, both special and regular education have equal access to these 13 programs. The District has utilized data from DIBELS, System 44, LLI, and READ 180 to assist in this area. The teachers can monitor progress in a variety of areas and graph the progress. If students are not improving, interventions are implemented to help the student gain the skills. We are “Proactive for Students!”