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District Information

 About Our School

Unity Point School Vision Statement:


In an effort to fulfill our mission, the Unity Point learning community recognizes and therefore treats individuals as unique and capable of reaching their fullest potential. Therefore….

● Students will demonstrate a responsibility to their individual learning, readiness for challenging work, and a respect for one another.

● Faculty/Staff will be advocates for all students by providing a learning environment that will offer emotional and social opportunities.

● Community and families will support collaborative partnerships that focus on education as a priority.

Unity Point School Mission Statement:

The Unity Point School, our students, our families, and our wider communities embrace the mission to build upon our strong academic standards by providing all students an intellectual, emotional, and social climate that is safe and challenging. Through our varied backgrounds, experiences, and knowledge we model and create an environment for life-long learning.

Unity Point School Belief Statements:   We believe….

….all students have the capability to learn.
….in a safe school environment.
….faculty and staff provide lifetime influences to empower students to become productive and responsible members of society.
….in efficient use of resources and fiscal responsibility to the community.
….our curriculum should strive to exceed state-approved standards.
….in promoting teamwork and unity between school and community.
….learning is the result of experiences and should be inspiring.
….the responsibility of educating is a partnership among all stakeholders.
….a quality education promotes the process of lifelong learning.

Strategic Plan

Unity Point Strategic Plan

 Public Access

The Illinois Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) is designed to ensure that the public has access to public records and information about their government, including school districts. The following public records are immediately available as electronic documents within the District Documents location:
Annual District Budget
Athletic Handbook
Authorized Use Policy for Computer and Internet Usage Forms
Compensation Reports
District Bullying Policy
District Report Card
District Wellness Plan
Parent/Student Handbook
School Contracts over $25,000
School Board of Education
The District is governed by an elected seven member Board of Education. The current members of the Board of Education may be found on the School Board page of the District's website. The annual schedule of regular meetings of the Board of Education for the current school year, Board of Education meeting agendas, and the approved Board of Education meeting minutes may also be located on the School Board page of the District's website.
Public Records
Full access to the District's public records is available to any person as provided in the Illinois Freedom of Information Act (FOIA). Persons wishing to view or obtain copies of District records should submit a written request directed to the District's Freedom of Information Officer, Mrs. Pam Stevenson, at 4033 S. Illinois Ave, Carbondale, IL 62903 or via email at
Persons making a request for copies of public records must pay a copying fee. No copying fee is charged for the first 50 pages. The copying fee for each page after the first 50 pages shall be $0.15 per page.

For the convenience of our parents and community, electronic versions of district forms can be found within the Forms folder.


Civil Rights Data Collection
The CRDC contains wide-rangingaccess and equity data from our nation's public schools.
 Did you know the CRDC includes data about...* Enrollment Demographics,* Prekindergarten,* Math & Science Courses, * Advanced Placement,* SAT/ACT, * Discipline,* School Expenditures,* Teacher Experience  Go to the CRDC Website


Sex Offender Notification

According to the Sex Offender Community Notification Law, 730 ILCS 152/120, parents of children attending Illinois public and private elementary or secondary schools have the right to information about sex offenders made available to the public. Information regarding the Illinois Statewide Sex Offender Database is accessible via the Illinois State Police Department's home page at This database includes a new mapping system where the public can identify any registered sex offenders living within 5 miles of any given address.


Disclosure of Federal Participation (Stevens Amendment)

Projects or programs funded in whole or in part with Federal grant money must credit the Federal government for the Federal government's portion of the financial support.

This web page citation informs the public that the use of Federal dollars in Unity Point Community Consolidated District 140 meets the Stevens Amendment requirement. Staff development opportunities, resource purchases and personnel have been funded in whole or in part with Federal entitlement dollars.

Jackson County - Prevailing Wage Rates

Click here to view the Prevailing Wage Rates (effective Sept. 1, 2017).

Disclosure of Testing for Lead in Schools (Public Act 00-0922, Senate Bill 0550)

Signed into Law by Governor Bruce Rauner on January 16, 2017, Senate Bill 0550 established lead testing requirements and protocols for all water sources used for cooking and drinking within some schools and day care facilitates as well as requirements for water providers to compile a lead materials inventory and provide notification during water distribution work.

Unity Point's final lead test results as reported were no higher than 1.5 ppb (parts per billion) across all categories.

Unity Point School
4033 S. Illinois Avenue
Carbondale, Il  62903
Ph:  618-529-4151
Fax:  618-529-4154