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Jenks/Union Basketball Invitational Jan. 24-26

The Jenks/Union Basketball Invitational starts Thursday, January 24, and continues through Saturday, January 26, at the UMAC. Brackets, which contains times and match-ups, for both boys and girls have been posted on our website. Tickets are $5 per person for each day.

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Union Fine Arts presents 'Disney's Newsies' Feb. 6-9

Union Fine Arts' presents the All-School musical "Disney’s Newsies: The Broadway Musical".  Performances will be in the Union Performing Arts Center, 6636 S. Mingo, February 6-7-8-9, at 7 p.m. There is a matinee performance at 2 p.m. on Saturday, February 9.

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Seeing is Believing - Bond Progress Report

Superintendent Dr. Kirt Hartzler invites you to learn about the progress Union Public Schools has made concerning projects related to our five-year bond issue. Hartzler said, "There are so many exciting things ahead, we wanted to show our patrons the progress made in 2018, and to lay out the plans for 2019.  We will attempt to provide answers to your biggest questions, particularly those pertaining to the tear down and construction of the stadium. Once you see the road map for the year ahead, I believe it will confirm what we already know:  Our children and teachers are 'Worth It All'.”  

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5-year Strategic Plan for 2018-2023

Superintendent Dr. Kirt Hartzler: "It is with great pride that we present this Strategic Plan 2018-2023 to all Union stakeholders. I am grateful to all who have been a part of this strategic planning process. Their thoughtful input and innovative ideas will enable us to continue REACHING – ENGAGING – INSPIRING and responding to the growing needs of our district."

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Enroll now for Spring Community Ed classes

Enroll now for Community Education Spring Classes! Classes include art, Bricks 4 Kids, Combat Zone and more. The Union Community Education program is designed to provide opportunities for students, parents and patrons to become involved in our schools by participating in lifelong learning. 

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Thank you to our Union Board of Education

January is School Board Month Appreciation Month and Union Public Schools would like to recognize the services of our Board members! "We are so appreciative of Union's Board members, as their public service contributes greatly to the tight bond we have with our patrons and parents," said Superintendent Kirt Hartzler.  "Their voice, support and partnership is critical in ensuring we provide the best education possible for all students.  Having a strong local school board is a cornerstone of living in a free, democratic society, and it's a privilege we must never take for granted.  Please join me in celebrating our board members for their commitment and service." 

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  • Athletics Hall of Fame welcomes new members

    Congratulations to the 2019 inductees of the Union Athletics Hall of Fame! They were recognized Friday, January 18 during a Union basketball game.  continue reading »

  • Construction at Ellen Ochoa Elementary on schedule

    An update on the construction of Ellen Ochoa Elementary has been posted in the Current and Past projects page. Ellen Ochoa Elementary is being built in three phases and the third phase is on schedule to be completed this February. continue reading »

  • Board Report - January 22

    A brief summary of the January 22 Board of Education meeting has been posted which includes information on next year's school calendar, redistricting, construction and bond projects, Commencement and more. continue reading »

  • Board seeking public input for redistricting proposal

    The Board of Education is seeking input from the public for a redistricting proposal in anticipation of populating the expanded Ellen Ochoa Elementary; the second half of the school is nearing completion, and will open to students in fall 2019. The Board heard the proposal on first reading Monday and will consider approval at second reading on February 11. .... On Tuesday, January 29 at 6:30 p.m., Union will host a meeting for parents of affected students should the redistricting be approved.  The meeting will take place at Ellen Ochoa Elementary.  Information will be shared about the proposed changes, and parents and students will have the opportunity to tour the school.  continue reading »

  • Board to consider proposed 2019-2020 calendar

    The Board of Education is seeking public input for the 2019-2020 school calendar. The Board was presented one option on first reading Monday that calls for the first day of school to start on Wednesday, August 21. The Board will make its decision February 11. continue reading »

  • Sophomore Family Night this Thursday at High School

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  • Teacher of the Year Spotlight: Raven Gibson

    Roy Clark staff named kindergarten teacher Raven Gibson as their 218-2019 Teacher of the Year. Gibson’s grandmother knew she would be a teacher one day. “She always knew I was going to be a teacher because I would always play teacher and preach at her house when I was younger,” Gibson said. continue reading »

  • Power restored at 6th/7th Grade Center

    The Union 6th/7th Grade Center lost power in portions of the building this morning due to an electrical pole issue off property. Students were held in the gym or cafeteria until they were relocated to a classroom with working lights. Power has since been restored and the phones and internet restored shortly afterwards. We apologize for any inconvenience you might have experienced trying to contact the school. The students and staff handled the disruption well and school is back on schedule. continue reading »

  • FAFSA Night set Jan. 29

    Union High school is hosting a FAFSA Night from 4 to 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, January 29, in the College and Career Center at the Union Collegiate Academy. Counselors will help seniors complete their Free Application for Federal Student Aid. continue reading »

  • Polar Bear Trot set March 9

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