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December 20, 2012U-Wear Store Holiday Sale begins Monday, December 17, at 9:30 a.m. and continues through the week until Friday, December 21 at 4 p.m. The entire store will be 25% off (no other discounts will apply). Details inside! more
December 19, 2012In light of the recent tragedy in Connecticut, we know that many Union parents may have questions regarding school safety and security.Â We want you to be assured that Union Public Schools has made many preparations to deal effectively with emergency situations.Â Our goal is to be as prepared as possible for any potential emergency.
Please know that your childâ€™s safety is always our number one priority.Â Union is committed to continually reviewing and updating our emergency procedures to protect students and staff from harm.ÂSee inside the full letter in both English and Spanish which is being communicated to families within the district. more
December 18, 2012Jeremy Quinonez, Parent Community Liason at McAuliffe, hosted the first Compadres meeting in the media center last Thursday, December 13. Compadres is a forum that allows our hispanic parents a chance to voice concerns, ask questions and get to know each other, the school administration and teachers. See full story inside! .... Be sure to Like the new McAuliffe Community Schools Facebook page!
December 18, 2012The advocacy department of the Oklahoma PTA has made a survey for parents to take regarding the A-F Grading Report Card. Please go to the www.okpta.org website and take the survey. It is on the home page in the column on the left. It will only take you a few minutes to do and we are asking you to ask any and everyone to take this survey. The data OK PTA gets back from this survey will help us with legislation in the 2013 session when legislators are making amendments to bill HB1456.
Thank you for helping our schools,more
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December 17, 2012The test schedule for Union High School has been posted. See inside. more
December 17, 2012The Union High School Vocal Music department will present it's Winter Concert on Tuesday, December 18, at 7 p.m. in the Union Performing Arts Center, 6636 S. Mingo. All vocal music students in grades 9-12 will be participating. We invite everyone to come and enjoy a fun evening of musical entertainment. Students should arrive no later than 6:30 p.m. - concert begins promptly at 7 p.m. more
December 17, 2012A state senator has filed a bill that would essentially gut a controversial law requiring students to pass four of seven end-of-instruction exams to earn a diploma. more
December 17, 2012The Tulsa Police Department is stepping up its presence around schools as officials begin reassessing safety needs in the aftermath of a school massacre in Connecticut. more
December 17, 2012All of the Board of Education policies for Union Public Schools have been updated on-line. Last week, the Board approved revisions after second reading. To see the original proposals, click here. more
December 14, 2012Union Public Schools sends its heartfelt condolences to all those affected by the tragedy today in Newtown, Conn. As a school district, we can only imagine what a difficult time this is for the Newtown community.
Understandably, parents, teachers and staff throughout the country are asking what safety measures their schools have in place. In the last several years, Union completed installation of a secure entrance into each of our school buildings. At all sites, visitors are required to check in at the front desk prior to being given access into the building. All secondary schools have a full-time security officer, and School Resource Officers are available for all school sites.
Given the open nature of the High School campus, additional security officers are stationed throughout the building to ensure everyone there is identified and has an approved reason to be there. All school sites have regularly scheduled emergency drills, including Intruder on Campus procedures.
The goal has been, and continues to be, a safe learning environment for our students, staff, and patrons. more
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