Message from Superintendent Dr. Kirt Hartzler: Oklahoma’s State Board of Education has released school grades for all of Oklahoma schools. As you may recall from last year, the validity and reliability of these school grades are of great concern to us all. Let me assure you, Union Public Schools embraces accountability as we have set a very high bar in seeking to graduate 100 percent of our students.... read full story
Eight seniors from Union High School have been named 2014 National Merit Semifinalists. Principal Gart Morris made the announcement Sept. 10 as he and administrators congratulated the students. The number of semifinalists at Union is among the highest in the area, Morris said, and he encouraged the students to continue participating in the program to become National Merit Scholars. ... read full story
Sophomores receive hands-on experience in STEM at the Tulsa Tech Riverside Campus for the first-ever STEM Exploratorium. This educational event is part science fair, career fair and engineering fair, rolled into one for middle and high school students.... read full story
Reading for Pleasure is a new class offered at Union High School. Students read their favorite books, keep journals and participate in other activities associated with books and reading. Sounds fun!... read full story
Fall Break Camp: Animal Jam is planned for October 15-17 at Jefferson Elementary School, 81418 S. 107th E. Ave. The camp is open to students in pre-kindergarten through fifth grade. To participate, families must enroll by 5 p.m. Tuesday, October 7 at the Education Service Center. ... read full story
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The September PTA clothing drive for the Clothing Closet is jeans. The greatest need is for children’s sizes. You may drop off clothes at any school. The drive will run through Friday, September 26. ... continue reading »
Union Public Schools has launched a new, more robust online service to allow parents and students the ability to access assignments, grades, attendance records, and other information through a computer or mobile device. The Campus Portal is part of the district’s new student information system, Infinite Campus, which the district began implementing this past summer. It replaces ParentOnline, the grade monitoring service Union had offered since 2008. ... continue reading »
Within the next few days, Oklahoma’s State Board of Education is set to release school grades for all of Oklahoma schools. As you may recall from last year, the validity and reliability of these school grades are of great concern to us all. Let me assure you, Union Public Schools embraces accountability as we have set a very high bar in seeking to graduate 100 percent of our students. ... continue reading »
Dentro de algunos días, la Mesa Directiva Estatal de Educación de Oklahoma se prepara para proporcionar las calificaciones para todas las escuelas de Oklahoma. Como usted puede recordar sobre el año pasado, la validez y confiabilidad de estas calificaciones de las escuelas son de gran preocupación para todos nosotros. Permítame asegurarle, que Union Public Schools adopta la responsabilidad pues hemos puesto la barra alta al buscar graduar al 100% de nuestros estudiantes.
The 32nd Annual Renegade Review Marching Band Championship is scheduled for Saturday, October 11, featuring more than 20 high school marching bands from a multi-state area. For an entire day, competing participants will converge on the campus of Union High School, enjoying facilities such as Tuttle Stadium and the newly renovated exteriors of the main building and parking lots. ... continue reading »
The Rosa Parks Early Childhood Education Center teachers got very creative in their outfits for “Dress Like an Animal” day to raise money for United Way ... continue reading »
All this week, students and staff at Rosa Parks Elementary have been showing that they care about the United Way, animals and pets and their beloved Principal Karen Vance, who turns 60 on Sunday. ... continue reading »
As a fund raiser for the United Way, students enjoyed a talent show starring five student acts today at the 8th Grade Center. Students paid $1 to attend the assembly. ... continue reading »
Moore hosted Farm to School this morning, September 19, as students from many of the grades learned about the different aspects of not just farm life but healthy living as well. ... continue reading »