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Happy Thanksgiving! No school Nov. 22-24

Happy Thanksgiving from everyone at Union Public Schools! School and all education offices, including the Distribution Center will be closed Wednesday through Friday, November 22-24. Also, please note that the Union Employee Clinic will be closed on Thursday, November 23 and Friday, November 24, in observance of Thanksgiving.

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State Championships! Union vs. Owasso Friday, December 1. Let's Take State!

Union and Owasso face each other on the football field for the OSSAA 6A-1 State Championship at 7 p.m. Friday, December 1, at H.A. Chapman Stadium at the University of Tulsa. All tickets are $7. Tickets on sale November 28-December 1.

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Union celebrates Native American Heritage Month

Union Public Schools would like to recognize and celebrate Native American Heritage Month for the month of November. It is the mission of Union's Native American program  to provide our community of learners with educational opportunities to acquire and develop the best possible academic, vocational, recreational, social, and participatory skills, enabling them to become valued, contributing members of a changing global society. The Native American artwork here was created by various High School students, using bottle caps, and was shown during the 2017 YouthArts! exhibition.

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Early College High School Opportunities

Early College High School (ECHS) is a joint venture between Union Public Schools and Tulsa Community College, pending final approval by the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education. This pilot program will enable eligible UHS students to graduate high school with both a diploma and an associate degree. "By offering high school students the chance to earn an associate degree, I believe we can grow the pipeline for students entering college and improve Oklahoma’s graduation rates. Ultimately, it is our hope that this pilot program will become the model for how Early College is implemented across the state.” — Dr. Kirt Hartzler, Superintendent, Union Public Schools

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What families need to know about changes in state testing

Within the next week, school districts will begin receiving information about student performance on tests taken last spring. While individual student scores will not be available until November, we want to prepare you in advance for test scores that will be dramatically different from what you have seen in the past.

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