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 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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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 »
School is closed Thursday, March 5 because of slick and hazardous conditions. ... 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 »
Weather conditions have prompted Union Public Schools to cancel classes today - Wednesday, March 4. The National Weather Service has placed Tulsa County under a winter storm advisory for sleet and heavy snowfall during the day. ... continue reading »
Union sophomore Charles Gordon, 16, son of Jerome and Jean Smith of Tulsa, was named 2015 Youth of the Year for The Salvation Army Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Tulsa at a banquet Monday night at Founders Hall in the Schusterman Learning Center of the OU Tulsa Campus. The award is the highest honor a Club member can receive. ... continue reading »
Oklahoma’s Promise Night has been postponed until April 30 because of the winter weather. ... 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 »
Information for pom tryouts for the 2015-2016 school year has been posted. ... continue reading »
Students enjoyed a talent show Monday at Peters Elementary School, 2900 W. College. The show featured everything from a magician to singers to dancers to a couple of father-daughter teams and one dad helping his son with some karate chops. The talent show was for the students and all parents will get to view the show at 7 p.m. this Friday, March 6, which had been postponed because of bad weather. ... continue reading »
High School English students in Laura Mangan-Grenier's classes visited students at Moore and Jarman Elementary Schools Monday to celebrate the birthday of Dr. Seuss and Read Across America. ... continue reading »
Friday was a very special day for the students and staff at Briarglen. It was Career Day and Union’s head football coach, Coach Fred, came to talk with the students about what it takes to be a football coach. ... continue reading »
Rosa Parks students in specials are participating in the school's annual jump-a-thon! And when they are not jumping, they are reading and celebrating Read Across America! ... continue reading »