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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

Main Phones:
918-357-6150
918-357-6154 
918-357-6198
Fax: 918-872-1752

Hours

8 a.m. - 4 p.m., Monday through Friday.

Contacts

Bibi Davila
Lead District Registrar
Willima Crittenden and Brittani Steele
District Registrars

Kelly Brassfield
Kelly Brassfield
Director of Enrollment / Biography

Shelia Parker
Residency Officer
918-357-6152

Myriam Puleo
Parent/Homeless Liaison Officer
918-357-7613 

Online Registration

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Union Public SchoolsOnline 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.

Enrollment Resources/Forms

Medical/Health Forms

If your child has any of the following conditions (diabetes, seizure disorders, allergies and asthma) or other health conditions which the nurse should be aware of, please contact the nurse at your child’s school.

Other Resources Union Schools

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 All students new to the Union Public School district and former students who have withdrawn from the district must complete enrollment.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.

Items to Bring to Enrollment

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.

  • 1. The primary proof must be one of the following: Current (within 30 days) gas, water, or electric bill, signed lease agreement or house contract that is current.  Documents must be in the parents' or legal guardians' name. Utility bills must include the service address, and final bills will not be accepted as proofs of residence.
  • 2. A second proof of residence may be any of the following: Bank or credit card statement, cable bill, cellular or home phone bill, DHS letters, pay stub or another utility bill - in the parents' or legal guardians' name.  The district will not accept driver's licenses, checks, junk mail or pieces of mail from Union Public Schools as proof of residence.

Immunizations records are required. Appointments for missing immunizations will not be accepted, all series must be completed at the time of enrollment.

3-Years and
Pre-kindergarten
4 DTaP/, 3 Polio, 1 MMR, 3 Hepatitis B, 2 Hepatitis A, 1 Chickenpox
Kindergarten - 6th Grade 5 DPT/DTaP*, 4 Polio*, 2 MMR, 3 Hepatitis B**, 2 Hepatitis A, 1 Chickenpox
7th-12th grades
5 DPT/DTaP* + 1 Tdap booster, 4 Polio*, 2 MMR, 3 Hepatitis B**, 2 Hepatitis A, 1 Chickenpox
   
* Unless the 4th DPT/DTaP & 3rd Polio were given on or after the fourth birthday.
** Previously unimmunized students ages 11-15 may receive a 2-dose series of Merck Adult Hepatitis B vaccine; all other children (younger or older) must receive 3 doses of Hepatitis B vaccine.


A certified birth certificate is required for all students (hospital certificates cannot be accepted).  For Early Childhood, pre-kindergarten, kindergarten and first grade, students must be 3, 4, 5, or 6 years old on or before September 1.  

Custody Documentation (if applicable) - Joint Custody Plan, DHS placement papers, or Court-Appointed Guardianship.

Student Social Security Number - Requested but not required.

Transcript (official or unofficial) from previous school for students in grades 9-12; Withdrawal slip or report card from previous school for grades 6-8; Elementary report card for grades K-5 is recommended.

Other Information - Parents'/legal guardians' photo ID; Tribal Citizenship card or a CDIB Card (Certified Degree of Indian Blood,) Special Education (IEP); address of the previous school, and telephone numbers for students’ doctors and emergency contacts. Proof of all household income is required for the Early Childhood Programs (prior year taxes1040. W2, last two paystubs from all places of employment or letter from employer on employer letterhead.)


Population & Demographics

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Union Public Schools In 2015-2016, Union grew by 183 students. With a 1.2 percent increase over the previous year, Union served 16,006 students – 7,721 at the Pre-Kindergarten and elementary level and 8,285 in grades 6-12. Districtwide, 7,809 students were female and 8,197 male.

English Learner (EL) services were provided to 2,717 elementary and 775 secondary students; 532 became English-proficient and exited the program. Our diverse population spoke more than 50 different languages.

There were 3,067 identified gifted students first through 12th grade served by a variety of courses and programs.

More than 11.59 percent, or 1,856 of our students, were enrolled in special education.

There were more than 1,000 students (grades PreK-7) enrolled in Union’s Extended Day Program.

Union Public Schools A record 3,370 students were served in Union’s Adult Education Program which covers six counties - Mayes, Muskogee, Osage, Tulsa, Rogers, and Wagoner - with more than 75 classes meeting morning, afternoon, and evening. These include General Education Diploma (GED), English as a Second Language (ESL), Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) and Corrections classes.

In 2015-2016, our GED testing facility graduated more than 325 students. Our testing lab is qualified to offer over 300 different tests including, but not limited to, teacher certification, insurance, Information Technology, American College, nursing, personal trainer, and financial planning.

During 2015-2016, the dropout rate was 0.25% at the 8th grade level, 1.15% in 9th grade, and 2.21% in High School. The cohort graduation rate was 88.3 percent.

Back to School Information for 2017-2018 

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.

Bus Routes

Bus route maps are posted at schools and may be vewed during schedule pick-up and Meet The Teacher. They will also be posted online around August 1. Visit the Transportation page for information.
 

Meet the Teacher

The annual Meet the Teacher conferences for elementary students and parents will be The annual Meet the Teacher conferences for elementary students and parents will be from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. Thursday, August 17, 2017. 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

Union Public Schools 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.

2017-2018 Schedule Pickup

  • August 10 - Seniors – 11 a.m. – 6 p.m.
  • August 11 - Juniors - 11 a.m. – 6 p.m.
  • August 14 - Sophomores - 11 a.m. – 6 p.m.
  • August 15 – Freshmen 11 a.m. – 6 p.m. 
  • August 9 – 8th Grade – 11 a.m. – 6 p.m.
  • August 8 – Alternative School Seniors – 9-11 a.m. and 1-3 p.m. 
  • August 9 – Alternative School Juniors – 9-11 a.m. and 1-3 p.m.   
  • August 10 – Alternative School – Sophomores and Freshmen – 9-11 a.m. and 1-3 p.m.
  • August 7 – 6th/7th 2 p.m. – 7 p.m. 
  • August 8 – 6th/7th 10 a.m. – 3 p.m.

 

 

Enrollment News

  • Brenda Maier to unveil her new book at Moore Spring Book Fair

    02.19.18

    Moore Elementary School will host its Spring Book Fair March 5-9 and its Family Night on Thursday, March 8. This year, Moore teacher Brenda Maier, will be reading aloud in the library and singing copies of her new book, "The Little Red Fort" at 5:30 p.m. on Thursday, March 8. “The Little Red Fort” by Maier, who is an enrichment specialist for Moore and McAuliffe Elementary Schools, will be released March 27. It will receive a book launch this spring. The book, illustrated by award-winning artist Sonia Sanchez, can also be pre-ordered on Amazon. continue reading

  • 2018 Summer Camps and Activities Fair set April 8

    02.19.18

    We are excited to announce that the 2018 Summer Camps and Activities Fair is taking place on Sunday, April 8th from 2 p.m. – 5 p.m. at the Union Multipurpose Activities Center on 71st and Mingo. Sponsors include TulsaKids Magazine, Union Public Schools - Tulsa, OK, Microsoft, Tulsa Teachers Credit Union, South Pointe Honda, Asbury United Methodist Church, and Kumon. See inside for registration information.

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  • Union to name District Teacher of the Year Feb. 28

    02.18.18

    The District Teacher of the Year will be announced during a formal reception in at 4:30 p.m. Wednesday, February 28, at the Union Performing Arts Center at Union High School, 6636 S. Mingo Road.  continue reading

  • Message from the Superintendent

    02.18.18

    Dear Union Family,

    I am thrilled at the passage of our five-year bond, and I believe it is a strong indication that our community believes in the importance of what you do every day and recognizes the impact you are making on the future.  I am very proud of each of you.  In stark contrast to what happened (or did not happen) at the state capitol on Monday, it is encouraging that we belong to a local community that highly values our teachers and students. 

    This week got off to a rough start with the defeat of the revenue package that was to include a $5,000 raise for our teachers.  A large number of educators, myself included, traveled to Oklahoma City on Monday with high hopes that our legislators would be successful in their efforts to pass the Step Up plan.  Unfortunately, that did not happen.  We must remain optimistic, however, and continue to fight for a teacher pay raise.  It simply must happen!

    As I have said before, we will never apologize for giving our students the very best.  It is my sincere hope that our legislators will follow through and do the same for our hard-working, dedicated teachers.  It is time Oklahoma’s educators are honored and respected for the professionalism they embody.  

    With heartfelt gratitude,

    Kirt Hartzler, Ed.D.
    Superintendent
    Union Public Schools

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  • Native American meeting set Tuesday, Feb. 20

    02.18.18

    Native American students and their families are invited to join us for our Native American Parent Committee meetings on Tuesday, February 20, 2018.  Parent committee meetings will begin promptly at 6:00 p.m. in the 6/7th Grade Center Cafeteria, followed by a STEM activity in which parents/guardians can participate.  BarBQ will be served. continue reading

  • School continues after the last bell rings

    02.16.18

    When the last bell rings at Rosa Parks Elementary School, school does not stop, but the magic might just begin thanks to the great programs offered through Community Schools and Extended Day Programs. continue reading

  • Reminder: School closed Monday, Feb. 19

    02.16.18

    School will be closed Monday, February 19, on President's Day. continue reading

  • City of Broken Arrow to hold 3 public meetings on proposed bond

    02.14.18

    Broken Arrow City leaders will hold three public input meetings to further gather critical input from citizens as they formulate a proposal for the general obligation bond vote later this year. This GO bond will NOT increase taxes in the City of Broken Arrow. continue reading

  • Child Nutritionist nabs first USEF Grant of school year

    02.14.18

    Congratulations to Mrs. Lauren Bradley, Union Child Nutritionist, on being our first USEF Teacher Grant recipient! ... More to come!

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  • THANK YOU! Bond issue passes; voters 'Believe in U'

    02.14.18

    YAY, WE DID IT!! Thanks to our wonderful community, Union successfully passed its first 5-year bond! This from Superintendent Kirt Hartzler:

    “I am extremely grateful to belong to a community that understands the importance of investing in our students and teachers. Voters overwhelmingly supported our district’s five-year series bond, the first in Union’s history. Passage of the two measures will allow us to complete the construction of Ellen Ochoa Elementary and fund a new Fine Arts, Athletic and classroom renovation at Union High School. We’re excited about the introduction of our one-to-one initiative for our students and improved safety on our buses. Our theme was ‘Believing in U,’ and clearly, our families believe in Union’s mission of ‘100% Graduation, College and Career Ready.’ Thank you!”

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