Unionville-Chadds Ford School District
The Unionville-Chadds Ford School District (UCFSD) is a school district in southeastern Chester County and western Delaware County, Pennsylvania in the United States, a 77-square-mile (200 km2) area encompassing seven townships and serving a total of about 4,000 students. Its schools are:
- Unionville High School
- Charles F. Patton Middle School
- Unionville Elementary School
- Hillendale Elementary School
- Pocopson Elementary School
- Chadds Ford Elementary School
- White: 79.42%
- Asian: 12.93%
- Hispanic: 4.39%
- Black: 0.72%
- Native American: 0.05%
UCFSD has a significantly higher percent of White and Asian students and significantly lower percent of Black and Hispanic students than the Pennsylvania average.
- Male: 50.8%
- Female: 49.2%
The state average is just the opposite, with a higher percent of females than males.
Located in a fairly wealthy suburb of both Philadelphia, PA and Wilmington, DE, the district's budget (primarily obtained through property taxes) is about three times larger than the Pennsylvania average, at $53,902,000; this equates to $12,877 spent by the district per student per year.
The District Offices are located in the front of Unionville High School. The current administration is as follows:
- Superintendent - Dr. John C. Sanville
- Assistant Superintendent - John Nolen
- Supervisor of Buildings and Grounds - Rick Hostetler
- Director of Business and Operations - Robert Cochran
- Curriculum Integrator and Communications Coordinator - Dave Listman
- Director of Curriculum and Instruction - Tim Hoffman
- Supervisor of Food Service and Transportation - Marie Wickersham
- Director of Special Education - Leah Reider
- "Archived copy". Archived from the original on July 28, 2011. Retrieved January 24, 2009.
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