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All-School Musical Feb. 4-7

Tickets are on sale now for The Addams Family Musical, the all-school musical to be presented by Union Public Schools at 7 p.m., February 4-7 at the Union Performing Arts Center, 6636 S. Mingo Road. Tickets are $5, 8 and $13. The play is under the direction of drama instructor Troy Powell. Get tickets here.... read full story

Proposed school calendar

The Board of Education will consider final approval of a school calendar for the 2015-2016 school year. The Board is considering one option for approval on February 10. Questions, comments or suggestions should be directed to webmaster@unionps.org. See calendar option. ... read full story

Apply for teacher grants

Union Teachers! Do you have a creative idea for your classroom or school site? Now is your chance to get it funded. The Union Schools Education Foundation is now accepting grant applications. Applications must be received by 5 p.m., Wednesday, January 28. ... read full story

Bond election Tuesday, Feb. 10

Union Public Schools is asking its patrons to consider approval of a school bond issue for $27 million on Tuesday, February 10. A 60 percent supermajority is needed to pass. Passage will not increase taxes above traditional levels. “Successful bond elections provide critical funds,” Superintendent Dr. Kirt Hartzler said. “Without bond issues, we could not continue to operate or provide the basics for our students, much less maintain the excellent facilities in which our students learn and excel.”... read full story

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Varsity Pom Show Off - Jan 26, 2015 High School gym, 7:00 PM

Come see Varsity Pom's "Show Off" set as it readies for nationals at 7 p.m., Monday, January 26, at the High School gym.

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  • Every vote counts! Vote Tuesday, Feb. 10

    In Oklahoma school bond issues require a 60-percent supermajority to pass. That means every vote really does count! On Tuesday, February 10, you have a chance to cast your ballot to decide school bond propositions that won’t increase taxes above traditional levels but will greatly affect students, employees, and families participating in this event, as well as the thousands of others in the school districts they represent. Successful bond issues help our schools keep pace with growth and ensure student success. Please plan to vote Tuesday, February 10! ... continue reading »

  • 86 Union students on JH All-District Honor Band

    Eighty-six Union Bands students in grades 7-9 earned performing and alternative positions in the Northeast Oklahoma Band Directors Association (NBDA) Junior-High All-District Honor Band during auditions on Saturday, January 17. ... continue reading »

  • Bruce named Young Oklahoma Bandmaster of Year

    Union’s Abby Bruce was named Young Oklahoma Bandmaster of the Year, and six High School band, jazz students named to All-State. The students will perform this Saturday at the Tulsa Performing Arts Center. ... “She will be presented this award on Saturday morning, January 24, at the Oklahoma Music Educators Association State Convention,” Pisarra said. “Mrs. Bruce is in her first year at Union, but has a wealth of great experience in a teaching career spanning just five years. On behalf of Union, we would like to extend our congratulations to her.” ... continue reading »

  • Clark Elementary to launch Homework Diner

    Clark Elementary School, 3656 S. 103rd E. Ave., is serving up supper with a side of homework beginning February 2. “This is a great opportunity for families to enjoy a delicious, hot meal while getting homework help from teachers,” Principal Theresa Kiger said. Dinner will be free for all children under 18 and $3.00 for adults. All children must be accompanied by an adult, and reservations are required. Homework Diner dates are February 2, February 9, and February 23. ... continue reading »

  • Drama immerses students in STEM

    When you think theater, you usually don't think STEM: Science, Technology, Engineering and Math. But at Union Schools, you can't have a performance without it. Hear from just a few of the students engaged in STEM through the art of theatre production. ... continue reading »

  • Bond passage would help with overcrowding

    The Union School District grew by about 300 students this school year. District officials said a new proposed bond will help relieve overcrowding at the elementary school level. See Fox 23 coverage inside. ... continue reading »

  • Hofmeister names first Cabinet-level hire

    A longtime educator from the Oklahoma City metro is the first person hired to a Cabinet-level leadership position in the Oklahoma State Department of Education (OSDE) under state Superintendent of Public Instruction Joy Hofmeister. ... continue reading »

  • Amazing STEM night at Andersen

    Andersen Elementary hosted Dome Sweet Dome, a family STEM event, Thursday night, drawing about 300 people. ... continue reading »

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