Pocopson Elementary will welcome Spring by opening our doors to a host of fun games and crafts, delicious food, local & student vendors, beautiful Spring flowers and plants, a display and sale of student artwork, a fabulous Silent Auction, and our always popular Fun Run!
Thinking about becoming a bus driver? Want to learn more about what it’s like to drive a bus? We are always looking for new drivers to join our transportation team!
All 3rd-5th graders are invited to participate in a STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics) Design Challenge.
Join us for a night of mystical energy, tales about love, humor and a touch of sorcery.
Don’t miss the Patton Spring Carnival featuring fabulous new games, amazing prizes, baffle Baskets and great food! Fun for the entire family!
Once a month the Superintendent hosts an informal session which includes information about the district’s programs, school board actions, curriculum, staff changes and more.
At UCF everything we do every day is centered on our students. Their wellness is a key component to their success - and ours. We all thrive when we are all working on making each other better. Let’s combine our efforts so every child knows that UCF has a net to catch them.
In an effort to improve safety and convenience for our students, parents, and community, the district is implementing a new parking standard for the three grass fields off of Doe Run Road. This new parking standard will go into effect at the start of the spring 2019 season.
As you and your child prepare for promotion from elementary to middle school, the Charles F. Patton Middle School Special Education Department would like to welcome you to a 5th Grade Parent Meet and Greet
The Unionville High School Science Fair participants did an outstanding job and were recently recognized at a ceremony where they received several 1st and 2nd place awards.
Congratulations to Pocopson Elementary 5th grade teacher Mr. Dave Lichter on receiving the Citadel Heart of Learning Award. Parents, students, and colleagues were able to nominate teachers earlier in the school year, and Mr. Lichter received over 20 nominations!
The Internet holds tremendous potential for our nation's youth; But online access also comes with risks, like inappropriate content, cyberbullying, and online predators. Parents should be aware of what their kids see and hear on the Internet.
All proceeds benefit the Unionville Sports Council, whose mission is to encourage and support physical activity throughout the Unionville Chadds-Ford School District and community
Arts Holding Hands and Hearts (AHHAH )literacy initiatives enable youth to succeed in life by becoming powerful readers, writers and thinkers. UHS is partnering with AHHAH on this community initiative.
For over 50 years, the Unionville-Chadds Ford Community Scholarship Fund has provided scholarship aid to outstanding graduating seniors at Unionville High School.
UCFSD is pleased to announce the launch of the “Safe2Say Something” (S2SS) anonymous reporting system. This program teaches students, teachers, and administrators how to recognize warning signs and signals The training focuses on identifying individuals who may be a threat to themselves or others and how to Say Something to a trusted adult OR use its anonymous reporting system