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
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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
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 firstname.lastname@example.org. See calendar option. ... read full story
Three Words. Friday. Night. Tacos. Bring your crew Friday Jan 30 from 6-9pm for dinner to support Union JV Pom's trip to Nationals in late February! See you there!
Union Public Schools’ emphasis on early childhood education, community schools, STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math), and Union’s Collegiate Academy experience plays a significant role in equipping our students to be successful beyond their high school years. See our Strategic Plan.
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Oklahoma State Superintendent Joy Hofmeister toured three schools in Union this afternoon, Friday, January 30, after serving as guest speaker at the monthly TCASA meeting (Tulsa County Association School Administrators) this morning at Broken Arrow High School. ... continue reading »
The statewide commission overseeing Oklahoma’s new teacher-evaluation system received a stinging new report Thursday about educators’ lack of buy-in and trust in the system. ... continue reading »
Union Public Schools is asking homeowners to support the expansion of the schools. On February 10, voters will decide on a $27 million bond, nearly $4 million of which will be used to add more classroom space. See video inside. ... continue reading »
The Union High School theater and music departments are once again answering an ambitious challenge as the first in Oklahoma to perform "The Addams Family Musical." All indications are it will be another Union hit during its upcoming run from 7 p.m. February 4-7 at the Union Performing Arts Center, 6636 S. Mingo Road. See rehearsal pictures inside. Order tickets inside as well. ... continue reading »
The Union Extended Day Program will host a spring break camp March 16-20 at Jefferson Elementary School, 8418 S. 107th E. Ave., for students currently enrolled at Union Public Schools pre-kindergarten to fifth grade. This year's theme is Spring Into Action. ... continue reading »
On March 31, Union will give the ACT to registered students during the school day. Registration is open and will end February 12 or earlier once all 349 seats are filled. Forms to register are available in the attendance offices as well as the CCC. ... continue reading »
Three Union High School seniors have been selected as candidates for the U.S. Presidential Scholars Program. They are Madeline C. Harney, Jeremy Roberts and Daniella A. Royer. "For any student to be selected as a candidate for the U.S. Presidential Scholars Program is a tremendous honor. We are extremely proud of these students. It is also a testament to the work of a dynamic, committed, and talented staff who care immensely about the success and potential of our students," Superintendent Dr. Kirt Hartzler said. ... continue reading »
McAuliffe Elementary School, 6515 S. Garnett, hosted 60 visiting Oklahoma teachers Thursday, January 29, as part of The Leader in Me Symposium, a conference focusing on instilling leadership as a vital component in education, and unleashing the greatness of every child ... continue reading »
Congratulations to Bryan Lopez, winner of the 7th Grade Geography Bee Wednesday. He will now compete other students in the state for the Oklahoma title. ... continue reading »
Exciting things happening at Boevers in regards to STEM! Tuesday, we began partnering with Xan Black and the Tulsa Area STEM Alliance and hosted our first weekly Builders Club. ... continue reading »