UC Family Resource Centers Take Strides to Better Serve Students

We’re excited for some positive changes happening with our Family Resource & Youth Service Centers (FRYSC).  Due to changes in state funding, our school district is able to increase from three FRYSC centers to five centers for the 2024-2025 school year!  The changes will allow us to better focus resources on meeting student needs at each school.  This year, our FRYSC team features several familiar faces, some stepping into new roles, and one new addition.


Veteran FRYSC coordinators Amber Miller and Jennifer Pinkston will continue to serve at  Morganfield Elementary and Union County High School, respectively.  Bridgette Willett and Carolyn Wedding, longtime FRYSC program assistants, will now step up to assume roles as FRYSC coordinators.  Bridgette will serve at Uniontown Elementary, and Carolyn will serve at Union County Middle School and Union County Learning Academy.  Morgan Duncan, a new face to the FRYSC team, will serve as center coordinator at Sturgis Elementary and Union County Preschool.  She brings much enthusiasm and valuable related experience to her new role. 

The primary goal of FRYSC centers is to remove non-academic barriers to learning as a means to enhance student academic success.  These ladies work year-round to meet that goal, so they’re already hard at work preparing for the upcoming school year. 


In fact, our FRYSC team wants to make you aware of an upcoming sign-up day for UCPS families to request assistance with various needs including help with shoes, food, dental cleanings, mental health services, school supplies, and more.  See the flyer below for details and please spread the word!   


For more info, you may contact any coordinator or our FRYSC District Contact, Evan Jackson, at (270)389-1694 or [email protected].


Resource Fair Sign-Up Day