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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Voters in neighboring Tulsa Public Schools are deciding four important bond propositions for that district today. This is a reminder to any of you who live within the Tulsa Public Schools boundary, and haven’t already voted, to please make it a point to go to the polls before 7 o’clock this evening. As we say at Union, students are our future and every vote counts! ... continue reading »
So the weather tonight might be frightful, but the music inside will be delightful! You are invited to watch the Union 7th & 8th Grade Bands present: Pre-Contest Concert at 7 p.m. tonight, Tuesday, March 3, at the Union Performing Arts Center, 6636 S. Mingo Road. The concert is FREE! ... 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 »
The game at ONEOK Friday, March 6th, has been cancelled ... The Union Redskin Baseball team was to play Muskogee at 7:30 p.m., Friday, March 6, at ONEOK Park in downtown Tulsa. ... continue reading »
Amanda Kennedy – Language Arts
2014-2015 Teacher of the Year
For language arts teacher, Amanda Kennedy, teaching is all about forging relationships.
“The relationships that I build with my students and colleagues are the reasons that I am still a teacher,” Kennedy said. “These relationships keep me focused on what is going on in the world and how I can leave my mark.”... continue reading »
Even in the midst of a lingering winter McAuliffe Elementary students are well aware that spring is around the corner. Anticipation is building because it marks the first season McAuliffe students will be gardening at school through a new, but long awaited partnership with Global Gardens. ... continue reading »
Congratulations to Chance Wenglewski, who won the 6A 220 Lb. wrestling championship. He finishes his wrestling career at Union as a 3x placer, 2x state runner-up, and the 2015 State Champion. Mason Naifeh was the 2015 106 lb. State Runner Up. ... 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 »
It's Game Day for JV Black! 4 pm at Tuttle Stadium against Bartlesville. ... continue reading »
Moore teacher Brooke Kasbaum has shared a number of photos along with a story about the various activities her students have been doing. Check it out! ... continue reading »
A special thanks to the University of Tulsa for hosting our students at TU Law Day. ... continue reading »
We hope the 165 students from the Class of 2018 who visited the High School last Wednesday are as excited to move up as we are to have them! - College & Careers Counselor Amanda Howell ... continue reading »