Union 38 School District

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Union 38
219 Christian Lane, Whately, MA 01093
Coordinates 42°26′47″N 72°35′43″W / 42.44639°N 72.59528°W / 42.44639; -72.59528Coordinates: 42°26′47″N 72°35′43″W / 42.44639°N 72.59528°W / 42.44639; -72.59528
District information
Type Public
Superintendent Regina H. Nash, Ed.D.
Other information
Website www.frontierregionalandunion38.com

Union 38 is a school district that serves Franklin County, Massachusetts. It operates 5 schools, 4 of which are elementary schools, and one regional high school.


Frontier Regional and Union 38 School District are located in rural Western Massachusetts. Approximately 1,700 students are enrolled PreK-12. The district employs approximately 180 certified personnel and a support staff of about 140 (including our Before and After School Programs, Daybreak, Full-Day Preschool and Frontier Extension Programs). Occupying four new buildings, the Union #38 School District (PreK-6) serves the towns of Conway, Deerfield, Sunderland and Whately. Each town is governed by a local school committee. The Frontier Regional School District (grades 7-12) completed its building project in September 1998 and is governed by a separate nine member school committee. Approximately 85% of the graduates pursue a two year or four year post secondary education.[1]


  • Frontier Regional School
  • Deerfield Elementary School
  • Conway Grammar School
  • Sunderland Elementary School
  • Whately Elementary School


  1. ^ [1], union 38. Accessed July 15, 2009.

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