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  • TOY Spotlight: Diana Bland-Bayona

    Diana Bland-Bayona – Kindergarten
    2014-2015 Union Teacher of the Year

    “I am still teaching because I believe I can make a difference in the lives of the children I touch every day,” Bland-Bayona said. “I believe that I can help them be the best they can be. I also feel that I can help the kids that are learning English because I was in their position; I understand their fears and frustrations.”

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  • Thank you, bus drivers!

    Bus drivers and employees of the transportation department for Union Public Schools were feted today with a bus appreciation breakfast sponsored by the Union PTA Council. ... continue reading »

  • Alternative School forum Monday, March 2

    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, March 2 in Building B at the school. ... continue reading »

  • TOY Spotlight: Melissa Saffell

    Melissa Saffell – First Grade
    2014-2015 Teacher of the Year

    Melissa Saffell loves teaching and she loves children.

    “Those two factors, I feel, are the cornerstone of this profession,” she said.  “However, the reason why I am still a teacher is simple:  I love learning.  Whether they know it or not, the students are the greatest teachers I have ever had and they ‘educate’ me on a daily basis.  Not only do I learn how to be a better teacher from my students, I also learn how to be a better, more understanding, more patient human being.  Education is the great equalizer, and I am inspired by the pursuit of knowledge, both for my students and myself. “

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  • Redskins Forever reunion set June 20

    The Union High School Class of 1965 is inviting Union Alumni who attended Old Union High on 61st St. to "Redskins Forever Alumni Reunion" on Saturday, June 20. All classes up to and including the class of 1976 are invited. ... continue reading »

  • Tulsa Youth Symphony concert March 1

    The Tulsa Youth Symphony Orchestra's Winter Concert will be presented at 5 p.m. March 1 at the Union High School PAC, 6636 S. Mingo Road. Tickets are $10-$15, available at the door. The Concert Orchestra, led by Union's Pete Peterson, will perform music by Beethoven, Prokofiev and Dvorak, along with selections from the film score to "Pirates of the Caribbean." ... continue reading »

  • Parent forum for freshmen Thursday, Feb. 26

    Parent forum for current 9th graders set 6:30 pm, Thursday, Feb. 26 at Union Performing Arts Center. Teachers, administrators and counselors will provide information and answer questions you may have about your student attending High School next year. Park in the south parking lot and enter through the south entrance ramp. ... continue reading »

  • ACT registration extended

    ACT Registration Extended: Union High School junior and senior students have until February 27 to register for the March 31 ACT which will be given at the high school during the school day. The cost is $37.50 and space is limited. Registration forms are in the counselors offices as well as the CCC. ... continue reading »

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