D.C.S.D Mission Statement

The fundamental purpose of Duchesne County School District is to assure that all students achieve at high academic levels. This must be embedded into the day-to-day practice throughout the district.

Union High School Mission Statement

Union High School will provide a safe and caring environment, meaningful educational opportunities and innovative experiences, and challenges for everyone to invest in learning throughout life through diverse partnerships of students, staff, families, and the community.

Union High School Vision Statement

Union High School is an institution of excellence providing rigor, relevance, relationships, responsibility, and results in developing independent, healthy, productive adults.

U.H.S. Moto

Ambition Never Rests

UHS Administration

Principal & Director of Adult Education: Dave Green email: dgreen@dcsd.org 435-725-4528 Vice Principal & Athletic Director: Jesse Fieldsted e-mail: jfieldsted@dcsd.org 435-725-4527 Vice Principal: Ben Felder bfelder@dcsd.org 435-725-4526

Contact Information

Address: 850 East Lagoon Street, Roosevelt, UT 84066

Office Secretary: (435) 725-4525 Attendance: (435) 725-4529 Counseling Office: (435) 725-4534 Finance: (435) 725-4530

Main Office Fax: (435) 725-4576 Counseling Office/Registrar Fax: (435) 725-4579

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Student Accident and Sickness Insurance

The safety of our students is of critical importance to all of us and we want to protect them from injury. Even so, accidents do happen (at school and elsewhere) and required medical care can be expensive. Please know that your school ***does not ***assume responsibility for such costs but does offer you access to several student accident insurance plans for voluntary purchase. Details can be found at this site: https://www.myers-stevens.com/enrollment-page/

Options are available to cover your child 24/7, anywhere in the world or you can limit coverage to school-related injuries only. The plansdo notrestrict your choice of doctors or hospitals. However, you’ll also have access to an extensive network of providers with discounted fees. Seeking care through contracted providers may further reduce your out-of-pocket costs, particularly if your child needs surgery or hospitalization.

Also offered is the pay-as-you-go*** Student Accident & SicknessPlan**whichcovers sicknessas well as injury, in and out of school. TheDental Accident*plan can be of particular value with younger students as final treatment to injured teeth often needs to be deferred until after they mature.

Common emergency benefits– Regardless of the benefit level selected, all of the accident medical plans and theStudent Accident &Sickness Planwill cover eligible charges forAmbulance, Emergency Room and Emergency Room Physicianat 100% of Usual, Customary and Reasonable charges (UCR) up to plan limits.

Enhanced benefits for qualified concussions– If an insured student suffers a concussion while participating in any covered activity and is consequently removed from play from his/her interscholastic sport per the school’s formal concussion protocols, then any deductible or inside limit features of the plan are waived and eligible charges for the evaluation and treatment of the concussion are paid at 100% of UCR subject to remaining policy terms and conditions.

Interscholastic Sports– Please know that all plans offered (other than the Dental Accident Plan) may be used to comply with applicable state and local insurance requirements for participation in interscholastic sports (coverage for tackle football is offered on a stand-alone basis).

COVID-19– After schools were physically closed in March of 2020, the administrator of this program - Myers-Stevens & Toohey (MST) worked with the underwriting insurance company to make several adjustments to the insurance program. In brief, they included: 1) qualified extension of coverage to distance learning at home; 2) qualified coverage for COVID-19 testing costs; 3) the addition of Telemedicine as a covered service; 4) qualified extension of coverage for school activities pushed beyond the last day of instruction; 5) related extension of coverage to graduated students participating in such postponed activities and 6) modified claims forms and procedures. Details can be found on the MSTwebsite**www.myers-stevens.com. At this time, these adjustments continue to apply to the 2021-2022 School Year insurance program. .As matters concerning COVID continue to evolve, updates will be posted on the MST website

You are strongly encouraged to carefully review the information provided. If your child already has health coverage, the student insurance plans offered can also be used to expand choice of providers and help cover the high deductibles and 30% to 40% cost sharing obligations imposed by many health plans today.

To enroll, please follow the instructions at this site (https://www.myers-stevens.com/enrollment-page/). Enrollment is also available by going towww.myers-stevens.com. While your child is eligible to enroll at any time, one-time-pay rates for the accident medical plans and Dental Accident Plan are the same regardless of enrollment date. As such, you are encouraged to consider enrollment now in order to include coverage for this summer and the full 2021-2022 School Year. Once processing is completed, an ID card verifying coverage will be mailed home to you.

If you have any questions concerning the coverages available, COVID 19 adjustments or need help with enrollment, please call Myers-Stevens & Toohey at (800) 827-4695. Bilingual representatives are available for parents who need assistance in Spanish.

Work Based Learning

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Work-Based Learning is career awareness and exploration, work experience, structured training, and/or mentoring at the work site. There are Work-Based Learning activities appropriate for every grade level to support students in developing career awareness, exploring career options, developing appropriate workplace skills, and relating academic skills to real-world applications.

Work-Based Learning provides students with opportunities to study complex subject matter as well as vital workplace skills in a hands-on, "real life" environment. Students have opportunities to apply the knowledge and skills they have acquired in the classroom to tasks performed in the workplace. As students see the connections between their school work and what is required at the work site, they gain an understanding of the importance of learning and are able to make better decisions about their futures.



Teens in the workforce

Some Facts to Consider 


Student Requirements for Internship 

Student must meet the following requirements to participate in the Internship program in Duchesne County School District:

  • Student must be a junior or senior in high school
  • Student must have a valid drivers license
  • Student must meet all graduation requirements (no missing credits)
  • Student is able to confidently state their career goal
  • Student has completed a CTE course related to their career goal or is currently enrolled in a CTE class related to their career goal
  • Student is working towards completing a pathway 

Before a student is enrolled in the program they will be required to submit an application to Michael North to ensure they meet all the requirements. 


Application for spring semester.

Applications for Spring Semester must be submitted by December 14th. 



Job Shadows

Signing up for a job shadow is easy as 1,2,3!  Visit the Job Shadow Reference Page by clicking the read more button below to sign up for a job shadow. 

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    Request a student intern here

Internships extend formal classroom learning into the community. If you would like to join the      Work-Based Learning program as a community partner please complete the form below:


If you have any questions regarding the requirements of the employer please contact Michael North. 



Michael North
Work-Based Learning Coordinator 

Hadlee Peterson
Work-Based Learning Aide 


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