Join the Union County High School Quarterback Club

Come join the Union County High School Quarterback Club.  Membership fees are $50.00 per family and entitles each member to one pass for reserved parking at all varsity home football games, pre-game meals at a nominal cost, and voting for the Hall of Fame Inductees.   You can mail or drop off your check to Cathy Sams, Union County School District, 55 SW 6th Street, Lake Butler, Fl  32054.  Applications are located on the District website at  There will also be a sign-up table at the first football game on August 16th.    If you have any questions, please call Cathy Sams at 352-448-5054. 

Also, please see the new clear bag policy below.  All three schools will have bags for sale. 

To promote the safety of spectators, players and everyone attending any Union County School District event, the district is instituting a new clear bag policy that will take effect immediately. Under the new policy, anyone attending a school event will only be permitted to bring clear bags at any Union County School District facility. 

Approved Bags·         
• Clear plastic, vinyl or PVC bags that do not exceed 12″x6″x12″
• One-gallon clear, re-sealable plastic storage bag
• Small clutch bags no larger than 4.5″x6.5″, approximately the size of
a hand, with or without a handle or strap
• Medically necessary items (after proper inspection)

Prohibited bags include, but are not limited to: 
• Purses
• Backpacks
• Cinch/Drawstring Bags
• Briefcases
• Coolers
• Fanny packs
• Luggage of any kind
• Computer bags
• Binocular cases
• Personal seatbacks
• Any bag larger than the permissible size

Storage will not be available for prohibited bags at the events, which means spectators will have to return them to their vehicles before entering a district activity. The policy is part of the district’s overall strategy to improve security in schools and at school related activities. “We recognize that this will create an inconvenience, but in light of recent events, we believe it’s necessary to promote safety and security in our schools,” said Carlton Faulk, Superintendent of Schools.