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Unionville P.S. is located on Main Street in Unionville just a few minutes walk from historic Main Street.  The school attendance area is bounded on the north by Sixteenth Avenue, on the west by Too Good Pond, on the east by Heatherwood and Wrenwood, and on the south by the homes on Carlton Rd.  (For precise boundaries please contact the board website, or school office.)
Unionville Public School has gone through several transformations since it was originally built.  The original Unionville Public School was built in the 1830s and was named SS#10.  It was torn down and a two-storey brick building was built in 1892.  According to the book Markham 1793-1900 (edited by Isabel Champion and published by the Markham Historical Society in 1979), "This was one of the first schools in the township to be electrified (1928).  In 1949, two more rooms were added at a cost of $40,000 and in 1955, a one-room annex made an extension to the south of the main structure, which was torn down in 1977."  In more recent years the offices were moved to the front of the school and a new hall was added to connect the primary hall and the main lobby and the main offices were renovated and expanded.
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