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Dual Enrollment Zones

At the Union School Board Meeting on February 10, 2014, the Board approved the option of Dual Enrollment Zones.  The goal of these zones is to allow parents to have more choice in their child's attendance area, balance the sites' sizes, and allow students to attend sites closer to their homes, without changing school boundaries.  To view the Dual Enrollment Zones, click on the “For Parents” page and select "Dual Enrollment Zones Map".   If schools fill to capacity, a zone may be closed and parents would be notified at that time.  Choosing a  school in your zone only needs to be done once and that becomes a student's home school
Zone A (Blue on the Map):  If you live in Zone A, you may choose to enroll your child in Union or Dartmouth for Middle School .  If you live in Zone A, and your child has never attended a school in the Union School District, you may register online for your chosen school and then bring proofs of residence to that school.  If you live in Zone A and your child is attending a School in the Union School District, you should, print, complete, sign and return the Dual Enrollment Zone application (also available on the “For Parents page” of the Union website) to your current site, so that the information can be forwarded to your new site for the 2014-15 school year.
Zone C (Purple on the Map):  If you live in Zone C, you may choose to enroll your child in  Union or Dartmouth for Middle School .  If you live in Zone C, and your child has never attended a school in the Union School District, you may register online for your chosen school and then bring proofs of residence to that school.  If you live in Zone C and your child is attending a School in the Union School District, you should, print, complete, sign and return the Dual Enrollment Zone Application (also available on the “For Parents page” of the Union website)   to your current site, so that the information can be forwarded to your new site for the 2014-15 school year.
If you have any questions regarding the new Dual Enrollment Zones, please do not hesitate to contact us!