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Welcome to Union Public Schools Enrollment Center!
|New to Union Schools? Register in 3 Easy Steps!
Follow the links to begin the registration process.
1. ONLINE ENROLLMENT
2. Free/Reduced Meal Application
3. Bring your verification documents to the Enrollment Center
Union Enrollment Center
6011 S. 89 E. Ave - Map
Tulsa, Oklahoma 74145-8734
Hours: 8 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Union Public Schools now offers Online Registration - LOG ON HERE. Online registration allows families who are new to our district the opportunity to register their children from the comfort of their own home. Please complete these forms online and bring your verification documents listed below to the Union Enrollment Center, 6011 S. 89 E. Ave., to finalize your registration. Completing these forms online will expedite your wait time at the Enrollment Center. If your child is currently a Union student you do not need to register.
- Items Needed to Bring to Enrollment
- Free/Reduced Meal Application - See Informational Flyer
- Enrollment Procedure
- Enrollment Form / Forma de Inscripcion
- Medical Information / Información médica
- Change of Student Information Form / Forma de Cambios de los Estudiantes
- Initial Enrollment Participation Form / Forma Inicial de Participacion de Inscripcion
- Request for Administration of Medication during School Forms
- Home Language Survey (English) - Spanish / Vietnamese / Russian
- Residency Appeals
- Authorization for Exception to Medication Policy
- Food Menu & Prices
- Graduation Requirements
- Test Scores
- Extended Day
- School Addresses / Map
- Bus Routes
- English Language Learners
Visit our centralized enrollment office at the Union Enrollment Center at 61st and 89th E. Avenue. All students new to the Union Public School district and former students who have withdrawn from the district must complete enrollment. Students must be residents of the Union Public School District, living with a parent or legal guardian. Any student who has moved during the school year or summer must bring verification.
Union Public Schools, Independent District #9, Tulsa County, is a premiere Oklahoma school district where “Together We Make a Difference” on college and career readiness and expanded avenues for individual student success with support from our community.
Proof of residence is required. Acceptable proof includes two of the following, one must be from the primary category and all the proof must be in the parents' or legal guardians' name.
Immunizations records are required. All series must be complete.
Student Social Security Number - Requested but not required.
Other Information - Parents'/legal guardians' photo ID; Tribal Citizenship card or a CDIB Card (Certified Degree of Indian Blood,) transcripts for secondary students, Special Education (IEP); court appointed guardianship, DHS/Foster placement papers, joint custody agreement, if applicable; address of the previous school, and telephone numbers for students’ doctors and emergency contacts.
Population & Demographics - See Annual Reports
In 2013-2014, Union grew by 227 students. With a 1.5 percent increase over the previous year, Union served 15,526 students – 7,575 at the elementary level and 7,951 in grades 6-12.
In terms of racial origin, 5.5 percent were Native American, 14.8 percent were African-American, 7.7 percent were multi-racial, 0.1 percent were Pacific Islander/Hawaiian, 7.0 percent were Asian, 64.9 percent were Caucasian; and 27.8 percent were of Hispanic ethnicity.
There were 300 three-year-olds at the Rosa Parks Early Childhood Education Center, and 763 four-year-olds enrolled in Pre-K classes district wide.
During summer school, 1,649 elementary students received remediation or enrichment.
There were 3,204 identified gifted students first through twelfth grade served by a variety of courses and programs.
Ten percent, or 1,599 of our students, were enrolled in special education. More than 3,200 were served through Adult Basic Education. English Language Learner (ELL) services were provided to 2,112 elementary and 671 secondary students; 496 became English-proficient and exited out of the program. Our diverse population speaks more than 50 different languages.
There were more than 1,000 students (grades PreK-7) enrolled in Union’s Extended Day Program. The EDP Summer Camp was held at Grove Elementary offering weekly themes over a nine-week period.
More than 13,880 Union students were involved in some form of the arts, including 7,575 elementary students who took both art and music classes. At the secondary level (grades 6-12), 1,005 were in band; 607 in orchestra; 1,302 in vocal music; 1,222 in drama; 99 in competitive speech/debate; and 1,701 in a wide variety of visual arts disciplines.
More than 2,400 students in grades K-12 participated in Union’s non-competitive sports and spirit programs. Approximately 1,600 were involved in its 23 competitive sports teams and spirit squads grades 7-12. District athletic participation in grades 7-12 totaled 1,638; 667 girls and 971 boys.
Of the district’s 2013-14 seniors, 39% planned to further their education at four-year colleges or universities, 41% at two-year schools, 4% planned on attending technical schools, 3% opted for the military, 4% said they would enter the work force, and 9% were undecided.
High School parking permits and activity cards
High school parking permits are $25, and students must provide their car license tag number and driver's license number to purchase a permit. Activity cards are $25, which includes admission to Union home athletic events and fine arts performances. Activity cards are for athletic home events – not playoff games or state games, and fine arts concerts but not all school musicals or drama performances.
Visit the transportation page for information.
Meet the Teacher
The annual Meet the Teacher conferences for elementary students and parents will be from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. Tuesday, August 18, 2015. During this time, parents have the opportunity to visit their children's elementary school and meet their teachers, sign up for PTA, buy a school shirt and learn about what is in store for the coming year.
Student Planners - 6th, 7th and 8th Grades
All sixth, seventh and eighth grade students are asked to purchase the Student Planner, which includes the student/parent handbook. The planners are $5.00.
2015-2016 Secondary Schedule Pickup
- Aug. 6 - 6th/7th grades 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
- Aug. 7 - 6th/7th grades 2-7 p.m.
- Aug. 10 - 8th grade 10 a.m to 6 p.m.
- UPDATED - Aug. 11 - 10th grade 12-6 p.m.
- Aug. 12 - 11th grade 2-6 p.m.
- UPDATED - Aug. 13 - 12th grade 12-4 p.m.
- Aug. 14 - 9th grade 10 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Alternative School Pickup Times for All Days - 9 – 11 a.m. and 1 – 3 p.m.
It is important that you attend on your assigned day. Any student who has decided not to return to the Alternative School should call Counselor Tammy Garcia at 918-357-7081 with that information as soon as possible. If a student does not pick up a schedule and fails to make arrangements by 11:00 a.m. on Thursday, August 13, we will assume that he/she is not returning to the program, and we will give that spot to someone on the waiting list.
Athletics Department unveils online schedules, forms
The Union Athletics Department is excited to announce the launch of “Rank One” an online paperwork and game scheduler program that allows Union to move towards being more efficient and “green.” This program offers parents/patrons the ability to fill out their child’s required Athletic Department paperwork online from a desktop, laptop, tablet or smartphone. The Rank One program also allows parents/patrons the ability to sync any and all junior high through varsity athletic schedules to their calendar and to also sign up for text/email alerts about schedule changes or updates.
Two propositions on the Tuesday, Feb. 8 ballot
Union’s reputation for forging ahead --- leading the way in public education innovation from early childhood programs through graduation---continues to attract families to the district. On Tuesday, February 9, voters are asked to pass two propositions to accommodate district growth. Major projects include construction of Elementary 14---the first half of which will open for 500 students in fall of 2017---new roofing at Darnaby; flooring at Moore; and exterior renovation at Cedar Ridge. A successful bond election Tuesday, February 9, will also provide 8 new regular route buses and two special education buses. Please remember to vote Tuesday, February 9! continue reading
Clinic newsletter posted
The Clinic for Union employees has distributed its latest newsletter with good healthy tips. continue reading
Union staff members at national Native American conference
Union staff members Debbie Greever, Nancy Pedicord, and Sue Harilson seen here attending the The National Johnson-O'Malley Association, Inc., conference in Washington, D.C. The conference is focusing on Native American interests. continue reading
Walk-in absentee balloting today, Friday
Walk-In absentee balloting at the Election Board office (555 N. Denver) is Thursday, February 4, and Friday, February 5, 8:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m. For more information, call the Tulsa County Election Board at 918-596-5766 or 918-596-5780. continue reading
Thank you to all of our school counselors
Union bond issue featured in the 'Boundary'
Union needs more school buses; voter approval sought Feb. 9
Union’s 95 school buses transport 10-thousand-500 students and collectively travel a distance equivalent to a round trip from Houston, Texas, to Seattle, Washington-- --every school day! It is essential that we replace older, high-mileage buses to sustain efficiency, ensure safety, and avoid breakdowns on busy highways. Proposition 2 on the February 9 bond issue calls for 8 regular route and two special education buses. Please remember to vote Tuesday, February 9! continue reading
Jackie White attends national Native American conference
NJOMA treasurer, Jackie White, listens to Dr. Charles Roessel, Director of the Bureau of Indian Education at the national conference underway for the The National Johnson-O'Malley Association, Inc., in Washington, D.C. White also serves as Union's senior executive director of Federal Programs. continue reading
Watch Union redefine the high school music
If anyone out there thinks Union is best known as for its athletics, watch this! As a parent and an employee, I am so proud of the plethora of high-caliber co-curricular activities we offer our amazing kiddos. Come see Rach (her daughter) and her friends redefine "high school musical" on Feb. 3-6 at the Union PAC!!! - Associated Superintendent of Teaching and Learning Dr. Kathy Dodd
Darnaby teachers provide PLTW training over weekend
Kristen Robinson and Suzanne Martin, PLTW Master Teachers, trained teachers to be STEM leaders during Project Lead the Way training for three days over the weekend.