Townships:Union (Broome County) and Owego (Tioga County)
Zip Codes: 13760 and 13827
Population: Approximately 30,000
Square Miles: 50
School Colors: Orange & Black
School Mascot: Tiger
School District Directory
Union-Endicott District Office
1100 East Main Street
Union-Endicott Transportation Department
1959 Bradley Creek Road
Union-Endicott High School (Grades 9-12)
1200 East Main Street
Jennie F. Snapp Middle School (Grades 6-8)
101 Loder Avenue
Ann G. McGuinness Elementary (Grades K-5)
1301 Union Center-Maine Highway
Charles F. Johnson, Jr. Elementary (Grades K-5)
715 Paden Street
George F. Johnson Elementary (Grades K-5)
999 Taft Avenue
Thomas J. Watson, Sr. Elementary (Grades K-5)
263 Ridgefield Road
The mission of the Union-Endicott School community is to develop students who are responsible, self-directed, involved, lifelong learners. The students, staff, parents, and community encourage learners to develop a deeper understanding of self, a respect for others and an understanding of their place in the world community.
Reasons to send your child to U-E
• Accelerated and Advanced Placement courses are available to challenge students who require more rigorous course work. Articulation agreements with colleges and universities for specialty AP courses, and partnerships with businesses, arts and science organizations provide students with outstanding instructional advantages.
• Approximately 90% of U-E seniors continue their college educations and are accepted at prestigious colleges and universities throughout the country.
• Physical fitness, sportsmanship, leadership, and citizenship are essential personal attributes that UE promotes through its extensive athletic and extracurricular programs.
• Integrated Learning Systems are sophisticated computer networks distributed in labs and classrooms throughout the district. This technology extends library resources into every classroom with Internet access. U-E is the regional leader in the use of instructional technology.
• Premier art department offers more than drawing, sculpture, ceramics, jewelry and fiber arts, photography, and computer graphics. It offers more than 15 areas of study from architecture and interior design to video animation and photography.
• Musical exploration in theory, performance, and technology abounds at U-E. From vocal to instrumental venues, U-E's performing arts program features bands, ensembles, orchestras, choruses, as well as two annual musical productions.
• Project Lead the Way is a four-year sequence of courses which, when combined with college preparatory mathematics and science courses in high school, introduces students to the scope, rigor and discipline of engineering and engineering technology prior to entering college. Also, those with an eye towards research can experience our unique Science Research Program.
• UE's pre-med pathway is a four-year sequence designed for students who are interested in pursuing careers as medical/health care professionals. This rigorous academic program coincides with fieldwork experience in local hospitals.
• Ty Cobb Stadium:U-E renovated its Ty Cobb Stadium in 2011 with a brand-new Field Turf playing surface and an all-weather running track. The rest of the sports complex that borders the Susquehanna River includes Pete Sylvester Baseball Field, two softball diamonds, and tennis courts. The complex has hosted many different local and state sports tournaments.
• UEHS Auditorium:The high school's newly renovated auditorium complex with high-tech lighting and sound systems is a premier performing arts center for district and community events.