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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.
Congratulations to the senior drama students at Union who have received a total of $1,510,770 in scholarship... fb.me/2kRddk5FH— Union Schools (@UnionSchools) May 22, 2013
Union Varsity Cheer will be washing windows and taking donations this weekend to raise money for the Moore tornado victims. UVC will be at Fiesta Mart at 91st & Garnett, Fiesta Mart at 81st & HWY 169, and Walgreens at 71st & Garnett on Friday from 4:00-7:00, and Saturday from 9:00-noon. Please come out and support this cause.
Union Support Personnel Association and Union Public Schools are pleased to announce an agreement affecting employment contracts. Please visit the Announcements section on the Union Employee Network for details. All support employees are asked to vote at their site between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. Thursday, May 23.
Jenks Public Schools Superintendent Kirby Lehman and Union Public Schools Superintendent Cathy Burden - two of the state's most outspoken voices for public education - are counting down the last days in their posts. They are set to retire June 30. See story inside by the "Tulsa World."
Union Public Schools Superintendent Cathy Burden (left) talks with Jenks Public Schools Superintendent Kirby Lehman during his retirement reception last week at Jenks High School. The two longtime area educators are both retiring June 30. CORY YOUNG / Tulsa World
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.
All Union Bands are collecting baby wipes for the city of Moore. Baby wipes are used for bathing, cleaning found items, washing pets, medical purposes, etc... Boxes are placed in the band rooms for donating.
Union Varsity Highsteppers will have two window washes this weekend to help the relief efforts in Moore. Friday, May 24 from 4-8 p.m., and Saturday, May 25, 9 a.m-1 p.m. at the Fiesta Marts at 81st and Mingo and 81st and Sheridan.
Varsity Highsteppers to wash cars this weekend for victims of the tornado. twitter.com/UnionSchools/s…— Union Schools (@UnionSchools) May 22, 2013
... 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
Save the date now. Details inside along with registration form.
Junior Highsteppers fund raiser at Cherry Berry today, May 21 4-9 pm 71st & Garnett. Drop reciepts in box at the... fb.me/1Yd9xCHQ1— Union Schools (@UnionSchools) May 21, 2013