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USEF dinner & auction set Saturday, Feb. 20

The Union Schools Education Foundation will host “A Night of Focus,” its annual dinner and auction to raise funds for teachers, at 6 p.m. Saturday, February 20, at the Oklahoma Jazz Hall of Fame, 5 South Boston Ave.  A VIP reception will be held at 5:30 p.m. Channel 6 Morning News anchor LeAnne Taylor will serve as honorary emcee for the event, which will raise funds for teacher grants and classroom activities that benefit students. Tickets are $60 for the general public, $100 for VIP access, and $45 for teachers and support staff.

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Congratulations to our School Site Teachers of the Year!

Congratulations to our 2015-2016 School Site Teachers of the Year. The District Teacher of the Year will be announced during a formal reception at 4:30 p.m., March 9 at the PAC. Being named Teacher of the Year is one of the highest honors a teacher can receive at Union. The 2015-2016 Site Teachers of the Year are: (pictured left to right) BJ McBride, Jason Schrepel, Rebecka Rhodes, Amanda Cole, Amanda Charvat, Jordan Roark, Laura Latta, Kelly Whittaker, Hilary Morsey, Brenda Robinson, Liz Beeman, Nichole Weeks, Kaelen Terry, Pam Cox, Jacque Wiles, Ashley Lewis, Jill Plum, Karen Dale, Aaron Clemons, and John Maloy.

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Union is a great opportunity for substitute teaching

Looking for some extra income? A flexible schedule? A great opportunity to work with children? Then Union Public Schools is the place for you. We are looking for highly energized, motivated, caring individuals to be substitute teachers. A teaching degree is NOT required to be a substitute teacher. Substitute opportunities as a classroom aide are also available to our substitute teachers.

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Enroll now for spring break camp

The Union Extended Day Program will host a spring break camp March 14-18 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 Tapping into Nature. If enrollment reaches 150 students, camp enrollment will be closed immediately which may occur before the deadline of March 8. If you have additional billing questions, please e-mail the Finance office at accts.rec@unionps.org or call the Finance office at 918-357-6086. For questions regarding camp, call the EDP Office at 918-357-6030.

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  • Order tickets online for annual banquet, auction by Feb. 15

    The Union Schools Education Foundation will host “A Night of FOCUS" (Fund Our Children at Union Schools), a fundraising dinner and auction, at 6 p.m. Saturday, February 20, at the Oklahoma Jazz Hall of Fame, 5 South Boston Ave. Hurry! Deadline for ordering tickets online is midnight Monday, February 15! continue reading »

  • Enroll now for spring break camp

    The Union Extended Day Program will host a spring break camp March 14-18 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 Tapping into Nature. continue reading »

  • Board Report - February 8

    A brief summary of the Board of Education meeting has been posted which includes information on next year's school calendar, Oklahoma Promise, the seventh grade Go Girls Engineering Team, and more. continue reading »

  • School closed Monday, Feb. 15

    Reminder: School will be closed Monday, February 15, for parent/teacher conferences. continue reading »

  • Early Childhood Teacher of the Year: Kaelen Terry

    Kaelen Terry was named the Rosa Parks Early Childhood Education Center Teacher of the Year. “I can’t remember when I first thought about being a teacher because it happened when I was very young. I remember setting up all my stuffed animals in my bedroom and playing school for hours. I began working with children when I was sixteen years old and recognized it was a rare circumstance to find my passion and dream at such a young age. I knew then it was the career I had to pursue,” Terry said.

    The District Teacher of the Year will be named during a reception for all teachers at 4:30 p.m. Wednesday, March 9 at the Union Performing Arts Center.

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  • Union alum looks back on 1946

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  • Sale at U-Wear Spirit Store Friday; 20 percent off!

    Just in time for Valentine's Day! The U-Wear Spirit Store is having a 20-percent off sale Friday, February 12. See inside for some of the items on sale. continue reading »

  • Renegade Roundup set Thursday, Feb. 18

    Union Bands will host its annual Renegade Roundup  Fund Raising Gala Thursday, February 18, at Union High School. Catered dinner will be at 6 p.m. with a talent showcase at 7 p.m., featuring Union concert bands, color guards and indoor percussion.  continue reading »

  • 11 seniors named 2015-2016 National Merit Finalists

    Eleven seniors from Union High School have been named 2015 National Merit Finalists. They are pictured here with Senior Class Principal Tony Tempest, left, and Superintendent Dr. Hartzler, right. The seniors are Arkam Javed, Erhan Sarica, Marie Gordon, Harold Jones, Sae Yeun Chang, Austin Boyington, Maureen Haynes, Stephen Pangestu, Alexander Shadley, Daniel R. Smith, and Miles King. continue reading »

  • Voters overwhelmingly pass both propositions

    Voters in the Union Public School District have overwhelmingly passed both propositions in the district's $27 Million school bond election. Passing both propositions with nearly 81% approval, Union can now begin construction on its 14th elementary school, purchase school buses, and address a number of capital needs throughout district. "We are grateful and humbled by the outcome," said Union Superintendent Dr. Kirt Hartzler. "It is a testament to our patrons' consistent support and confidence in Union's teachers and staff, as we work together to reach our goal of graduating all students college and career ready." continue reading »

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