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  • Class of 2017 forum set April 30

    The following is an automated message to be sent out today to selected families.

    Hello, this is John Chargois, principal for the Class of 2017, with an important reminder.  Please join us on Wednesday, April 30, for the Class of 2017 Parent/ Student Forum as we begin the process of welcoming next year’s sophomores to our High School campus.  We will begin with a meet and greet at 6:00 p.m. in the UCA lobby, and the informational forum will begin at 6:30 p.m. in the Union Performing Arts Center.  We look forward to welcoming you and your student to Union High School on Wednesday, April 30.

  • All Sports Physicals Night set Monday, May 5

    Union’s All Sports Physical night for all students grades 7-12 will be held from 6 to 8:45 p.m. at the UMAC on Monday, May 5. Pre-participation physicals are required for all student-athletes who plan on participating in Union-sponsored sports. The cost of this physical will be $20, and each student receiving a physical will be given a voucher for a baseline ImPACT test. ... continue reading »

  • Rock the test: You can do it!

    “You can do it!” and “You’re a genius!” were some of the words found on signs encouraging 3rd graders to do their best on state tests. These encouraging signs were made by Andersen 2nd graders and delivered to 3rd grade before testing began. ... continue reading »

  • Clinic newsletter posted

    The Clinic for Union employees has distributed its latest newsletter with good healthy tips. ... continue reading »

  • Hispanic enrollment jumps to 28 percent

    Union Public Schools has seen dramatic growth in the percentage of Hispanic student enrollment since 2002, outpacing the percentage growth at Tulsa Public Schools during that period, according to state data compiled by the Community Service Council of Greater Tulsa. ... continue reading »

  • State tries to deal with fallout from botched tests

    School districts are scrambling to reschedule online testing for students who were interrupted Monday due to technical issues, a tricky feat in an already tight testing schedule, school officials said. ... continue reading »

  • Union Board Report - April 14

    A brief summary of the two recent Board of Education meeting has been posted which includes information on our new Board member Stacey Roemerman, merit scholars and price changes for student meals. ... continue reading »

  • Union leading the way in sports safety

    Union High School's recent first-team designation by the National Athletic Trainers Association as a 2014 Safe Sports School is the first for an Oklahoma secondary school. "It was a team effort," Union head athletic trainer Dan Newman said. "It just shows our commitment to sports safety." ... continue reading »

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