August 20th

It's almost time for the beginning of another exciting year! We can't wait for the first day for students to return on August 20th, so mark your calendars, pick up those school More »

New Alumni Site

The new site for Berne Union alumni to register and reconnect with former classmates is now available. Click on the Alumni link to access it. More »

Official Berne Union Facebook and Twitter Feeds

Berne Union now has their own official Facebook and Twitter feeds. To find our pages, simply click on the Facebook or Twitter icon at the top of the page to access the More »

Preschool Registration Now Open

Preschool registration is currently open for the 2015-2016 school year. If you would like information please call Jodi Poling at 740-746-8341 or click on the Preschool tab for an application and More »


Jostens Announcement

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This post contains upcoming important dates and information from jostens. Graduates of 2016 and their parents should check out this post for more information.

School Supply Lists

School Supplies

The 2015-16 School Supply Lists have been posted. You can find the lists under the Parent tab on our website. If you would like the elementary list, you could also click here. If you want the high school supply list, you could also click here.

2015-16 Calendar


The district calendar for school year 2015-16 has now been posted. If you would like to see the calendar for the upcoming year, please choose District Info/Calendar from Berne Union’s menu bar. If you would like you could also just click the following link

Athletic Hall of Fame Three Person Scramble

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The 2015 Athletic Hall of Fame Three Person Scramble will be held on Sunday, July 19th at Pleasant Valley Golf Course at 8:30 am. If you or anyone you know would be interested in playing in the event the cost is $50.00 per person. Hope to see you there!

Fun Day


To celebrate all their hard work this year, 1st and 2nd grades had their fun day on Tuesday, June 2. Events included an obstacle course, rubber chicken throw, frisbee toss, pool noodle relay, toilet paper toss, parachute and sack race. Check out some of the pictures from the event.

Elementary/High School Collaboration


Jessica Wright and Lori McCrady recently found themselves in an unplanned collaboration. When Wright’s students’ I AM poems were featured in the entry hallway last month, they caught McCrady’s eye. The poems about different types of whales, featuring content-rich vocabulary learned by Wright’s 3rd and 4th grade students, became a sentence variety lesson for McCrady’s 8th graders.

McCrady’s students transformed the original poems into informational prose by varying the sentence beginnings with the use of introductory phrases and clauses. The two groups then met to share their work. During the meeting, the 8th graders taught a mini-lesson on sentence variety to the elementary students passing on their newfound skill. This is just one of the many benefits of attending a K-12 school district.

Congratulations, Sarah Bieber


Berne Union is proud to announce freshman SARAH BIEBER is the 2015 STEM Voice Video Competition High School Division Grand Prize Winner.

The official press release (below) announced her victory on May, 27, 2015.
The Coalition of State Bioscience Institutes (CSBI) …

Biddy Football Camp


Berne Union will be holding a biddy football camp children entering grades 2 through 6 for the 2015-16 school year. The Camp will be June 29th – July 1st from 6-8 pm on the Berne Union High School practice field. For more information and cost of the camp click Read More.

Football Fundraisers


The football team has several fundraisers coming up including a Max & Erma’s fundraiser next Tuesday, June 2nd and several apparel sales. Please click read more for more information and a copy of the flyer for Max & Erma’s. We appreciate your support!

Every Minute Counts

Working one on one

Fun and involved lessons are important when teaching children. However, what makes just as much difference is putting in the extra effort to ensure one student understands what is being taught-even with 5 days left in the school year! Kudos to Stacey Carlo for making a difference!