On behalf of the school district, I would like to acknowledge the
peaceful protests taking place across the nation. These protests are a
powerful reminder of the important work we have to do as a society to create a
better and more inclusive world for all children and families. Our
district’s first priority is to keep students safe, both physically and
emotionally. If students were attending school, our faculty and staff would be
engaging in conversations to help them process the events occurring, but we realize
the current circumstances are challenging for parents who are working and
supporting children at home. I have included a list of resources we have
compiled to help you and support you in talking with your children about
protests, racism and violence. However, if your child needs additional
assistance and would like someone to talk to, please contact your child’s
teacher, principal or email me directly at [email protected]. In
addition, we are planning community zoom sessions focused on the topic of
racial justice. Please feel free to join these
Talking to Kids About Fear and Violence
Age-Related Reactions to a Traumatic Event
Talking to Your Children About Racism
Strategies for Supporting Students During Times of Stress
Here are this week's updates, including an important technology
update under the education heading.
current schedule for grab and go meals will end on June 30, 2020.
new schedule will be developed for summer, July 1-August 31, with updated
times and locations.
last Rotary delivery for participating families will be on Friday, June
order to reduce exposure, the "grab and go" will be available
only on two days: Mondays and Thursdays. Families who
participate will get enough food on Monday to last for Tuesday and
Wednesday, and enough food on Thursday to last for Friday and Saturday.
five meal sites include CFJ, JFS, UEHS, New Life Ministries and West
Corners Fire Station from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
children 18 years of age and younger may receive a complimentary breakfast
do not need to be present to receive the bags, and families may attend any
site (including Vestal or Maine-Endwell) to receive the meals.
- Union-Endicott parents and guardians of K-11 students: To close the 2019-2020 School Year, we need to verify
that your student has their district-issued Chromebook and charger.
You will receive an email invitation from Shannon Gillette, the district
tech director, requesting that you “accept our invitation to use FamilyID
to register” your student (one invitation and registration per student)
for Chromebook Verification. If you did not accept a district-issued
Chromebook, you can indicate this on the form. Please follow the
email directions to complete the registration. If you do not receive
an email, please check your SPAM or JUNK email folders. If you
cannot find it there, please contact Shannon Gillette at [email protected] for assistance. Note: This fall, you will
receive another invitation to again register that you have the Chromebook
and charger before the 2020-2021 school year
State has announced all summer school and summer programs will be done
remotely. Therefore, we are in the process of preparing remote
summer learning opportunities.
ends for students on Friday, June 12, 2020.
to the pandemic, the speech screenings for incoming kindergartners will be
rescheduled in the summer.
2020-21 School Calendar is now available on the main page of the website.
you have thoughts for the upcoming school year? Our curriculum directors
have developed a quick survey to hear your concerns and solutions for fall
2020. If you would like to participate, click here: https://forms.gle/gJSWUmXJy57ysdaE6
you need tech support for your child's Chromebook? Please call Service Now
New York State Education Department has announced the NYS August Regents
exams have been canceled for this year.
per NYS guidance, we will continue to hold CSE/CPSE meetings and provide
teletherapy to students in alignment with their IEPs/504s.
continue to update the resource buttons on the COVID-19 web page for elementary, middle and high school students.
Community Zoom sessions have been scheduled. Click here.
up ceremonies for grades 5 and 8 are being scheduled at this time. Please
consult your principal for more information.
- The District Office receptionist will be available on
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays from 9 a.m. - 1 p.m. Thank you in advance
for wearing a mask when you come to the District Office.
district is issuing employment certificates/working papers to qualified
students during the school closure. Please email or call the high school
principal at 607-427-4340 to set up an appointment.
Myers, our district's communications coordinator, would like to give our
senior class a "shout out" on U-E's Facebook page. If you have a
senior who has committed to a college/university, the military, or a job
in the workforce, please email Linda at [email protected]. Email a jpg photo of your senior wearing a shirt
or holding a sign that shows his/her future plans. Uncertain? No
problem! We will recognize ALL students, as long as you send us a
your child need Wifi access? You are welcome to use the district
office or high school parking lot to access the district's Wifi
you need support during this crisis?
- Community Connection Center 607-757-2637
- Crisis Intervention Team 607-778-8982
- Crisis Center- 607-762-2302
- Greater Binghamton Health Center (GBHC)
- Community Treatment & Recovery Center (CTRC)
- Lourdes Center for Family Health at 607.584.4465
- Family & Children's Society Family Mental Health
Clinic at 607.729.6206
- UHS Outpatient Mental Health Clinic for adults
- Call 211, or contact 211.org - an online local
- Broome County Department of Social Services at
- Family Services Central Intake at 607-778-2635
- Samaritan Counseling Center in Endicott at
- UHS New Horizons Outpatient for substance use
assistance at 762-3288
- NYS mental health resource at www.Headspace.com/NY
- Governor Cuomo has enacted a COVID-19 Helpline for
those struggling with the emotional impact of the current crisis. Please
call 1-844-863-9314, 8 a.m. to 10 p.m., seven days a