Laurel Highlands School District

Laurel Highlands School District

304 Bailey Avenue Uniontown, PA 15401

Schools
Phone: (724) 437-2821
Fax: (724) 437-8929
Online: www.lhsd.org
Municipalities

North Union Township and South Union Township

Enrollment 2015

3,149

Board
Beverly Beal, Debra Bortz, Ira Chrise, Angelo Giachetti, Nancy Glad, Tom Landman, Jamie Miller-D'Andrea, Alicia Santore, Melvyn Sepic
Meetings

School board meetings – Voting sessions are held at 6 p.m. the third Thursday of the month in the high school auditorium with work sessions held at 5 p.m. the Tuesday prior in the administration board room.

Executive

Superintendent:
Jesse Wallace

Business Manager

Gregory Hensh

Solicitor

Gary Frankhouser, Davis and Davis Attorneys at Law, 724-437-2799

Sports

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Uniontown graduate and longtime Laurel Highlands boys soccer coach Fran Lemansky is part of the 2020/2021 class of inductees for the Fayette County Sports Hall of Fame.

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Brownsville sophomore Jolena Quarzo, Waynesburg Central senior Taylor Shriver, California senior Makayla Boda and Belle Vernon senior Grace Henderson headline a strong contingent of female athletes on the 2021 Herald-Standard Girls All-Area Track & Field Team.

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Waynesburg Central senior Gabe McConville's versatility on the track and his gold medal-winning performance in the WPIAL finals gives him the nod as the top athlete on the 2021 Herald-Standard Boys All-Area Track & Field Team.

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Laurel Highlands graduate Jason Bodnar is part of the 2020-2021 class of inductees for the Fayette County Sports Hall of Fame.

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Laurel Highlands and Frazier won section titles in boys basketball and those schools lead the way on the 2021 Fayette County Coaches Association boys and girls basketball All-County Recognition teams.

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The Indiana University of Pennsylvania (IUP) Athletic Department recently announced its 12-member Hall of Fame Class of 2021 and it includes Laurel Highlands graduate Paul Kovell.

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SLIPPERY ROCK -- If medals were doled out based on smiles, then Albert Gallatin's Emily Sanders would've left Slippery Rock University Wednesday afternoon with the biggest, shiniest medal the WPIAL Class AAA Individual Track & Field Championships had to offer.