Early enrollment for students in pre-kindergarten and kindergarten as well as three--year-old students is available for 2015-2016 school year. See here for dates, items needed for enrollment and more.... read full story
There are lots of reasons to choose Union Public Schools, from its focus on 100 percent graduation - 100 percent College and Career Ready, to its emphasis on STEM or Science, Technology, Engineering and Math. Here are 10.... read full story
Union Repertory Theatre presents the 11th annual Tulsa City Smashers Film Fest at 7 p.m. March 6 at the Union Performing Arts Center. Tickets are $5 at the door. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. Come, enjoy local films from Tulsa film makers, and enjoy live music by the Tulsa based Zeke Duhon. Baylor Heath and Jake Lynn will serve as hosts.
Union Public Schools’ emphasis on early childhood education, community schools, STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math), and Union’s Collegiate Academy experience plays a significant role in equipping our students to be successful beyond their high school years. See our Strategic Plan.
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Sophomores and juniors may begin enrolling for fall dual credit courses beginning Monday, March 9. Students with qualifying ACT or PLAN test scores are eligible for enrollment in Tulsa Community College classes offered at Union High School for only $12.75. These classes are for both high school and college credit. Interested students should pick up an application packet in the College and Career Center on the first floor of the Union Collegiate Academy. Counselors will answer any specific questions regarding TCC concurrent enrollment. ... continue reading »
Ami Reynolds - English
2014-2015 Teacher of the Year
Living a life that matters – teaching makes that possible, according to English teacher Ami Reynolds.
“My ultimate goal is to live a life that matters, and I know that what I have to offer my students matters to them,” Reynolds said. “I fail and fall short of my aspirations so often, but I know, especially working at the Alternative School, that what I do and say will matter to the kids in my classroom. I might be the friendliest face they see that day, and I don’t want to waste that opportunity. ... continue reading »
Union Repertory Theatre presents the 11th annual Tulsa City Smashers Film Fest at 7 p.m. March 6 at the Union Performing Arts Center. Tickets are $5 at the door. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. Come, enjoy local films from Tulsa film makers, and enjoy live music by the Tulsa based Zeke Duhon. Baylor Heath and Jake Lynn will serve as hosts. ... continue reading »
Tamarah Danzy – Science
2014-2015 Teacher of the Year
Eighth grade science teacher Tamarah Danzy began teaching at the 8th Grade Center in January 2008.
“I applied to teach in the Union district because of the great reputation it had,” Danzy said. “I chose to continue to teach at Union because of the plan and expectations the district has set. Our district prides itself on being the best it can be, and striving for excellence. I want to continue to be part of this Union legacy. “... continue reading »
The PTA Council is hosting a drive for the Clothing Closet. They are in need of unused toiletries (toothpaste, lotion, deodorant) and children’s clothes. The drive will run through Friday, March 27. ... continue reading »
Fun under the big top! Third graders a Cedar Ridge Elementary Tuesday turned it out with a musical about the circus. School mates and parents enjoyed a rousing show, featuring strongmen, lions, sad clowns and more. The students were the direction of teacher Jamie Treseder. Lots of photos inside. ... continue reading »
Thanks to Kulsum Siddiqui, moms at Roy Clark Elementary School are able to participate in an Adult English as a Second Language class. She suggested that a class be held at the school to be more convenient for the parents as they wait to pick up their children. ... continue reading »
The Briarglen 3rd grade showcase event this evening is canceled due to no school. It will be rescheduled, so please look for more information about the event to come home with your child in the following week. -- Principal Tracy Weese ... continue reading »
Members of the Air Force Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps visited the 8th Grade Center last week to provide a demonstration of some of their skills on stage during lunch periods, and talk to students about considering enrolling in the class. ... continue reading »
Rosa Parks will host a Family STEM Night on at 5 p.m., Thursday, March 12. All Rosa Parks students and their families are invited to discover the fun of engineering through hands-on activities for the whole family. Admission is free and refreshments will be available for purchase. This event was rescheduled because of the snow. ... continue reading »
Information for pom tryouts for the 2015-2016 school year has been posted. ... continue reading »