Unionville Elementary is a rural school with approximately two hundred thirty students in grades K-6. It is an economically diverse community comprised of families from all socio-economic levels. Unionville began as a K-12 school before eventually losing the middle and high school grades over the course of a thirteen year period. It was first established in 1921. Unionville Elementary is an E.A.R.T.H. school. E.A.R.T.H. is an acronym, each letter representing a particular focus of our curriculum. E=Environment, A=Art, R=Resources, T=Technology, and H=Health. This curriculum is rooted in environmental and outdoor education. Art and Technology are integrated into the curriculum as modalities through which students communicate what they know. The topics of Environment and Resources are central topics within the curriculum. Core curriculum and state standards are delivered through an environmental lens. Health is integrated across the curriculum and is present in many aspects of the school day. E.A.R.T.H. is a model for 21st century learning.