If you have purchased a 2012 High School yearbook but have not picked it up yet, OR if you would like to purchase one, they are available in the High School’s Finance Office from 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. on school days. If you would like to purchase one, books are $85, payable by either cash or check, payable to Union High School. ... more
The Trinity Union Football Coach's Show is now on YouTube - see below. This show features highlights from the Union-Trinity game. Union lost 21-18. In the fall, during football season, The Union Football Coach’s Show is a weekly playback of the Union Redskins’ varsity football team.
This is Boevers Principal, Alycia Pennington. Our first PTA meeting is scheduled for Tuesday, September 11, at 5:30 p.m. in the gym. You do not have to be a member to attend. 5th grade students will be singing at the end of the meeting. The officers have many great ideas for our kids here at Boevers, but they need your help to make it all happen! Hope you will choose to join us and find out what is happening with the Parents and Teachers Association this year.
The Y at Union is open and ready to make you fit with new classes, some new equipment and some familiar faces, such as Leslie Counts, who will continue to serve you as the membership and fitness coordinator.
Union Public Schools employees from around the district spent their day Friday painting the gymnasium at the Daily Family YMCA in Bixby as part of the United Way Annual Day of Caring. Union is a strong supporter of the United Way and is collecting donations for the cause all this month as well as hosting special fund raisers.
Union Public Schools will begin offering the option of computer-based testing for the GED test on September 5 at Union’s Adult Education Learning Center, located on the northwest corner of the 9th Grade Center campus, 7616 S. Garnett Road, Broken Arrow.... more
Only two states have cut their per-pupil school budgets by a bigger proportion since the recession began than Oklahoma, according to a national report, but there's more to the story than that, state education leaders say. ... more