Union City

Area School District

107 Concord Street Union City, PA 16438 | 814-438-3804
It is the mission of the Union City Area School District and the community to empower our students to be life-long learners by providing a safe and caring learning environment designed to meet the needs of each individual.

Guidance Office

Welcome to the Guidance Office

The mission of the Union City Area School District is to educationally empower all students to think critically and solve problems through a rigorous curriculum that will provide them with the skills necessary to graduate and pursue a career of their interest. The school counselors, within the Union City Area School District, are vital members of the education team and maximize student success through the implementation of the K-12 School Guidance Plan.

Please meet your Union City Area School District Counselors:

Elementary School Guidance Counselor Grades: PK-5

Phone: 814-438-7611

Guidance Counselor: Ed McMahan - Ext. 3146

Middle School Guidance Counselor Grades: 6-8

Phone: (814) 438-7673

Guidance Counselor: Joseph Anthony

High School Guidance Counselor Grades: 9-12

Phone: (814) 438-7673

Guidance Counselor: Kimberlie Dawson

District School Counselor Grades: K-12

Phone: 814-438-7673

District Counselor: Stephanie McNulty 

Middle/High School Guidance Secretary

Phone: (814) 438-7673

Lydia Reynolds
Fax: (814) 438-8079

Transcript Requests

If you are a former student, an employer, or a background screening company wanting to verify high school information on an applicant and are in need of a transcript, please submit your request by fax or email to the following:

Please include the following information in your request:

  • Name at the time of graduation (maiden name if applicable)
  • Graduation Year
  • Date of Birth
  • Telephone number where you can be reached
  • Instructions as to where and how the transcript should be sent 

Working Permit

Any student in need of their working papers please email Ms. Reynolds at [email protected] to schedule an appointment to pick it up. You can also fill out the application for work permit by clicking the following link. Once this is filled out and printed, please schedule an appointment with Ms. Reynolds to pick up the blue work permit. Click for working permit application

The Union City Area School District does not discriminate on the basis or race, color, national origin, sex, disability, or age in its programs or activities. Technical education programs offerings include: General Agriculture. Inquiries may be directed to the Title IX Coordinator, Mrs. Amy Coleman, UCASD Administration Office, 107 Concord Street, Union City, PA 16438, 814-438-3804, ext. 5457, or the Section 504 Coordinator, Mrs. Stacey Mulson, 504 Coordinator and ADA Coordinator at Union City Elementary School, 91 Miles Street, Union City, PA 16438, phone 814-438-7611 ext. 3406.

NEW: U.S. Department of Education Releases Parent and Family Digital Learning Guide
The U.S. Department of Education today released a new Parent and Family Digital Learning Guide, a resource to help parents and guardians understand how digital tools can provide tailored learning opportunities, engage students with course materials, encourage creative expression, and enrich the educational experience.
"As technology continues to iterate and benefit every part of our lives, all students need more opportunities to leverage the potential of technology in education," said U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos. "We hope families can use the information we release today as many of them are relying on technology more so than ever before and are navigating learning from home."
Digital learning can help families and educators meet the specific needs of individual students, understand a child's progress, and connect families and students with resources in their school community and beyond. As an increasing number of school systems implement digital learning both inside and outside of the traditional classroom, this guide demystifies digital learning for parents and empowers them to be effective advocates for high-quality digital learning.
The Parent and Family Digital Learning Guide includes guidance and best practices for caregivers around topics including:
1. How to leverage flexibilities and innovations technology and digital tools provide, such as accessibility options, to meet the unique needs of every learner — including students with disabilities and English language learners.
2. Simple steps parents can take to keep their children safe online and foster safe online behavior, such as accessing security features on a child's device, keeping track of log-in information, and keeping children safe while videoconferencing. The guide also discusses the importance of digital citizenship and offers parents resources to help their child navigate online bullying or encounters with troubling content.
3. How a competency-based learning approach, which measures a student's knowledge of a subject rather than time spent on the subject, can harness technology for the benefit of students. Digital resources like online assessments, periodic check-ins, and more can update parents on their child's learning progress, and they can provide instructional flexibility in the event of a school disruption.
4. Easy-to-understand primers on major federal laws governing student privacy and safety, such as FERPA, IDEA, and COPPA.
The Parent and Family Digital Learning Guide was informed by the feedback and contributions of digital learning experts representing researchers, parents, educators, and school leaders, as well as Digital Promise and Learning Heroes. This publication is the first in a series that will ultimately provide digital learning knowledge and resources to educators and school leaders in addition to parents and students.
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