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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.
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.
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.
Just a reminder that the last day of school is this Friday, May 24. To see upcoming dates for next year, see the School Calendar 2013-2014Offices will be closed Monday for Memorial Day.
Cathy Burden, superintendent of Union Public Schools in Tulsa, accepts the Oklahoma Medal for Excellence in Elementary/Secondary Administration during the 27th annual Oklahoma Foundation for Excellence Academic Awards Banquet in Oklahoma City. The prestigious award is presented to only one Oklahoma public school administrator. The Academic Awards Banquet, which features a keynote address by Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Thomas Friedman, will be televised statewide at 8 p.m. Saturday, May 25, on OETA. See story inside. (Photo by David Wheelock)
This is John Federline, Principal of the Union Ninth Grade Center, with an important announcement regarding the last day of school. In order to provide a safe and minimally distracting environment for our final day, backpacks and large purses will be prohibited on Friday, May 24. Girls may bring a small handbag or a clutch, but any large bags or purses will not be allowed. If students bring a large bag, it will be checked in with administrators and returned at the end of the day. Please encourage your students not to bring large purses, duffel bags, or backpacks on the last day of school. Thank you.
Oklahomans have spent days watching the weather and devastation from tornadoes across our state. Nearby towns have experienced damage. The horrific tornado in Moore on Monday is upsetting to everyone. It is especially difficult for young children who don’t understand what’s going on. ... learn some tips inside.
Information for cross country camps has been posted to the Camps Page.
Moore is sharing information about backpacks with its parents. See 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