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Board considers policy revisions

The Board of Education on first reading Monday, November 10, considered various board policy revisions, which may be viewed at the link. The Board will consider final approval at its next meeting, Monday, December 8. ... read full story

Courage To Do Things Differently

Leaders of a new initiative to reform education across the Tulsa area issued a call on Oct. 21 for schools and the community entities that support them to have the courage to do things differently. Superintendent Dr. Kirt Hartzler says Tulsa-area superintendents already collaborate more than is typical for an urban area and that contrary to political rhetoric, public school leaders embrace the use of data to drive decision-making. ... 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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2nd Grade Family Pot-Luck - Nov 24, 2014 Rosa Parks Elementary, 5:30 PM

2nd Grade students and families are invited to a Pot-Luck Dinner on 11/24 to celebrate diverse cultures and togetherness. Each family is asked to bring a traditional dish for their culture.

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  • Union faces Jenks Dec. 5 in football final

    Union and Jenks will return to the University of Tulsa’s Chapman Stadium to decide the Class 6AI football championship. Both won semifinal games over the weekend, and the final will be played at 7 p.m., December 5, according to information posted Sunday by the Oklahoma Secondary School Activities Association. ... continue reading »

  • Union, Farquhar rip Mustang for 6AI finals berth

    Union’s previous game against Mustang some three weeks ago was probably the worst of Mason Farquhar’s high school football career. The senior quarterback made up for it Saturday by leading the No. 1 Redskins to a 52-7 triumph over the No. 4 Broncos in a Class 6AI semifinal rematch before 2,417 spectators on a cold, wet afternoon in the University of Tulsa’s Chapman Stadium. ... continue reading »

  • Dr. Hartzler reflects on White House visit

    Union Public Schools’ superintendent returned from a trip to the White House this week that included a visit with the president about digital learning. Kirt Hartzler was among 100 superintendents from across the country invited by the U.S. Department of Education to participate in the first National Connected Superintendents Summit. ... continue reading »

  • School to close for Thanksgiving

    Happy Thanksgiving. There will be no school Wednesday-Friday, November 26-28, for the Thanksgiving Break. All offices will also be closed. ... continue reading »

  • Thank you to two local churches

    Thank you Immanuel Lutheran Church in Broken Arrow for the donation of several turkeys for families in the Carrera Program at the Union 6th/7th Grade Center. And thank you for Riveroaks Presbyterian in Tulsa for the donation of sides! Pictured is Carerra teacher Libby Adjei ... continue reading »

  • Vote for Union Schools Education Foundation

    Recently the Union Schools Education Foundation was nominated for the Gobble for Good Thanksgiving Giveaway. The winning nonprofit will receive a $15,000 full marketing and branding package.  We are Union and we have a lot of Union supporters. Please share this with your friends, colleagues, parents, and boosters! Help us get more votes, the nonprofit with the most votes by midnight on Wednesday, November 26 will be the winner. Right now the leader has 400 votes, we can beat that! Below is information about the giveaway and a link to vote (fun fact: you can vote once per day.) 
    Here is the link to go vote and to share: http://bit.ly/1HaNK5e

  • Union has great fields, gyms & more!

    Some schools have notable football fields. Others have remarkable gymnasiums. Union Public Schools has both - and more, according to MaxPreps. ... continue reading »

  • Board of Education considers policy revisions

    The Board of Education on first reading Monday, November 10, considered various board policy revisions, which may be viewed inside. The Board will consider final approval at its next meeting, Monday, December 8. ... continue reading »

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