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Casino Night Dinner & Auction

The annual Union Schools Education Foundation casino night dinner and auction starts at 6:30 p.m. Saturday, November 1, at the Renaissance Hotel in Tulsa. The Foundation’s annual Dinner and Auction is the premier event to support Union Public Schools. .... Information about tickets, the online auction and more ... Through this event the Foundation is able to meet its’ sole purpose and goal of providing funds for projects and programs to Union Public Schools that would otherwise go unsupported. We invite ...... read full story

Union Infusion inspires freshmen

A motivational speaker spent a day with the entire ninth grade class for an all-day leadership and team-building retreat at the UMAC. He lead the students through different activities on what it means to supportive of other students and people and the importance of being a Redskin for Life. ... read full story

High Bar of 100% Graduation

Message from Superintendent Dr. Kirt Hartzler: Oklahoma’s State Board of Education has released school grades for all of Oklahoma schools. As you may recall from last year, the validity and reliability of these school grades are of great concern to us all. Let me assure you, Union Public Schools embraces accountability as we have set a very high bar in seeking to graduate 100 percent of our students.... read full story

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Tulsa Buddy Walk - Oct 19, 2014 Central Park at Union, 62nd and Mingo, 1:30 PM

The 12th Annual Buddy Walk is sponsored by the Down Syndrome Association of Tulsa. Last year, more than 6,000 people attended the event. Learn more about this event, visit http://www.dsat.org/buddywalk.asp

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  • State to host education town hall meetings

    The Oklahoma State Department of Education is inviting parents, educators and community members to a series of open town hall meetings across the state to discuss education in Oklahoma. ... continue reading »

  • Oklahoma leads nation in education funding cuts

    For the second year in a row, Oklahoma leads the nation in the deepest per-pupil state funding cuts to education since the recession hit. ... continue reading »

  • Alternative School forum Monday, Nov. 3

    Richard Storm, principal of the Union Alternative School, 5656 S. 129th E. Ave., will conduct a forum for students in grades 9-12 who have applied or who wish to apply to the Alternative School at 5:30 p.m. Monday, November 3 in Building B at the school. ... continue reading »

  • ASPIRE recognizes first graduation class

    Five students were recognized Tuesday during a special graduation ceremony in front of friends and families for the new ASPIRE program at the Union Alternative School. The Union ASPIRE program serves as the second Alternative School for students enrolled in 9th-12th grades at Union Public Schools. Students in the ASPIRE program receive intensive counseling and academic support in order to increase academic achievement. ... continue reading »

  • Fall Break: No school Oct. 15-17

    There will be no school Wednesday - Friday, October 15-17, to allow for parent-teacher conferences on Wednesday, and Fall Break on Thursday and Friday.

    The Rosa Parks Early Childhood Education Center, however, will be open Wednesday, October 15. The Early Childhood Center will be closed Thursday and Friday. Families may receive home visits during that time.

    The Education Service Center and Enrollment Center will be open for regular hours all week.
    We hope you enjoy the break, and we’ll see you all back in school Monday, October 20!

  • Softball heads to State contest Thursday

    The 2014 Girls' Fall Fast-Pitch Softball State Championship starts Tuesday, October 16 in Shawnee and Union will be there. Union plays against Mustang at 3 p.m. in Field 4. Bracket inside. ... continue reading »

  • Ticket info for Union v. Owasso football

    Tickets on sale Tuesday for another Thursday game. ... continue reading »

  • Mayor's community forum this Friday

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  • Spirit Day for Darnaby

    Spirit Day for Darnaby PTA from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. October 23 at Hungry Howies's at 81st and Sheridan. ... continue reading »

  • Union vs. Owasso tonight

    Union and Owasso won’t be light on leadership when they collide in the biggest high school football game of the season. ... continue reading »

  • STEM: structure & function at Darnaby

    Students in Angie Whittle’s Kingergarten class at Darnaby Elementary have been learning about Structure and Function via the Project Lead the Way (PLTW) curriculum. ... continue reading »

  • Alumni Spotlight: Kyle Norris

    Alumni Spotlight: Kyle Norris graduated from Union in 2012. He is a former band member and head drum major of the Renegade Regiment. He is now a junior at Oklahoma State University, majoring in music education and music performance. ... continue reading »

  • Legos used to teach engineering at Moore

    Moore students learn about robotics using Legos. The project is possible thanks to a grant the school received to promote science. On Monday, October 13, students received new bags of Legos. Students were asked to count the pieces by kind and work together to build their models as teachers explained that as part of the project they had to learn to do it themselves without a lot of assistance from adults. ... continue reading »

  • Fur trader brings history to Clark

    Fourth graders at Roy Clark Elementary were able to participate in the living history program from The Oklahoma Museum of History. A person dressed as a fur trader came and presented to the 88 fourth grade students information about fur trading and early Oklahoma History. This presentation was funded by a grant through the Oklahoma Museum of History. ... continue reading »

  • Jog-a-thon at Jarman

    .... photos from the jog-a-thon at Jarman Elementary on Tuesday, October 14. ... continue reading »

  • Success in biology

    The Biology department (Ms. Livingood and Ms. White) and Carrera program (Mr. Weinbrecht and Ms. Burch) brought 34 girls to the Women in Science convention where they focused on college planning, science career planning, and did hands-on activities with women in various science fields. The girls had a wonderful time! GO STEM! ... continue reading »

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