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The Native American Parent Committee meetings and Family Night is on Thursday, March 13. Details inside.
The following is an automated phone message beign sent to families today for the 8th Grade Center - affecting 7th graders coming into the 8th Grade next year.
This is Union 8th Grade Center Principal Marla Robinson reminding you of the incoming 8th grade parent meeting on Thursday, March 13, at 6:30 p.m. At this meeting, we will share enrollment information and have teachers available to answer your questions. Enrollment forms must be returned to the 7th Grade Center by Friday, March 14. We look forward to seeing you on the 13th at 6:30 p.m. Thank you for your time.
Chemistry teacher Jenny Jackson was named the 2013-2014 High School Teacher of the Year.
Representartives from the Assistance League® of Tulsa vsited Janet Coleman's orchestra class Friday after the Assistance League® recently donated funds for the purchase of stringed instruments.
More than 50 students from Union Public Schools joined hundreds of others around the area in last Friday's annual Tulsa Engineering Challenge at the Tulsa Tech Riverside Campus. See story and photos inside.
Sophomore Faris Khaleeli received 3rd place in the Digital Poster contest.
Union High School business teacher Tiffany American-Horse has been named as one of 12 teachers nominated for the OkACTE BITE Division teacher of the year award.
The OkACTE Teacher of the Year is for teachers who teach either secondary or a combination of secondary/post-secondary students.
The Oklahoma ACTE awards program seeks to promote excellence in CareerTech education by recognizing individuals who have made extraordinary contributions to the field, programs that exemplify the highest standards and organizations that have conducted activities to promote and expand CareerTech education programs.
Congratulations to our Varsity Boys’ Basketball Team for winning the Area Championship Friday night with a win over Edmond Memorial. The state tournament starts on Thursday afternoon. We play Lawton Ike at 3:30 p.m. at Catoosa High School. Take STATE!
The Community Schools programs at Union Public Schools would like you to know about the town hall meeting at 6 p.m. Tuesday, March 11 on immigration and education at the Pueblo de Dios Church, 620 S. Garnett, Tulsa. The meeting is sponsored by the Coalition of Hispanic Organizations.
Last week, spring came early as first and second graders at Grove Elementary School welcome a batch of chicks that hatched at the school in several of the classrooms. The eggs were incubated in the classroom with the help of the Tulsa County Extension Office and the chicks that hatched will grow up on a farm in Bixby. See photos inside.
Grove Elementary School celebrated Read Across America and Dr. Seuss last week with books and characters from The Cat in the Hat.
images of dads spending time with their children as part of the new WATCH D.O.G (Dads of Great Students) program at Moore.
On Wednesday, March 5, Rosa Parks Early Childhood Education Center participated in Read Across America week. See inside!
Cherokee Nation $9,200 Per Year Promise. Deadline: April 4th. Seniors who are Cherokee and admitted into Rogers State University should apply.
Two from Union - junioer Ruby Shadley - and graduate and the reigning Miss Oklahoma Kelly Griswold - shared the stage with stage and screen star Kristin Chenoweth Thursday night.
Tulsa Oilers is hosting Peters Elementary School Night Sunday, March 23! The Oilers will donate a portion of the ticket sales that night to the PTA!
Fund raiser March 26 for the High School. Proceeds will provide caps & gowns for graduating seniors who need assistance. See inside.