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Union’s Athletic Training staff was recognized at the 2013 Oklahoma Athletic Trainers’ Association Hall of Fame and Awards Banquet May 18 in Edmond. Senior Kylie Shentwu was awarded the OATA All-State Student Athletic Training Aide, and she was named the 2013 OATA Scholarship Recipient. Union’s Athletic Trainer, Dan Newman, was named the 2013 OATA Athletic Trainer of the Year.
The Union Public Schools Communications Department has received four Awards of Excellence and one Award of Merit from the Oklahoma School Public Relations Association for its work this past school year. The OKSPRA awards were for the 2012 bond information campaign, incorporation of social media with the district website, electronic publication of The Communicator OnLine, the dedication of the Union Collegiate Academy, and a one-time program brochure.
UNION HONORS: From left are Video Producer/Communications Specialist Beth Turner, Webmaster/Communications Specialist Michael Vore, Executive Director of Communications Gretchen Haas-Bethell, Administrative Assistant for Communications and the Board of Education Beverly Thummel, and Graphic Designer Janie Froman.
Union Public Schools is participating in the Summer Food Service Program. Meals will be provided to all children aged 18 or younger at various schools sites June 3-August 1. See list inside.
Softball player Kayla Patterson received the Green Country Player of the Year award and Stephen Randall received Coach of the year Award. Congratulations!
“Although we lost the all- star game our girls played well,” Randall said. The honors are voted on by coaches in the surrounding area that participate in the in the all-star classic.
Union will again partner with PSO to reduce electricity usage during the high demand summer months and get paid while they participate. On hot summer days when electrical demand spikes across the city, PSO makes a request to its customers to reduce energy load. Since Union is such a big consumer of power, any percentage of energy reduction is helpful in preventing a possible rolling blackout.
High school yearbook Distribution Days: July 23-24 at the UMAC from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. each day. Yearbooks WILL NOT be available before this date. We include all the way through graduation in our yearbooks, and need time to print.
School offices will run on a summer schedule, beginning June 3 and running through July 25. See inside. Please call before you visit a school to make sure that offices are open as individual sites' office hours may vary slightly because of decreased staff.
The Union Adult Education Program held its annual GED Graduation at the Union High School Performing Arts Center Thursday, May 16, featuring several speakers including Superintendent Dr. Cathy Burden. See photos inside.
Students at Jefferson Elementary celebrated writing by inviting guest to the Poetry Café. Students in Ms. Sixsmith’s and Ms. Saliba’s fourth grade classes shared their published poems; many authors reading their works aloud. Guests and authors mingled while sipping drinks and enjoying snacks. It was a groovy time! Photos inside.
Enjoy these recent pictures from Andersen in a photo gallery inside. The last day of school is May 24. That is this Friday!
... photos from the 8th Grade Center Focus talent show last week.
... see Character Counts! schedule for May 23 at Moore Elementary
The Union High School marine biology classes are in need of any size aquariums.Donations of aquariums -used... fb.me/2rpB4b20G— Union Schools (@UnionSchools) May 22, 2013
Fifth graders in Mrs. Bacon's class at Darnaby, recently completed a research project over a famous historical figure. As a culminating activity, they decorated a bowling pin depicting their person. The teachers were "bowled" over with the students' clever creations!
Out of the Easy $5,000 College Scholarship Essay Contest.Deadline:May 31st.Seniors who plan on attending... fb.me/2DAWMkcrU— College and Careers (@cccunion) May 21, 2013