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Union 8th Grade Center
Welcome to the Union 8th Grade Center!
Union 8th Grade Center
6501 S. Garnett
Broken Arrow, Oklahoma 74012-8529
8:15 a.m. – 4:45 p.m.
Monday-Thursday: 9:05 a.m. – 3:50 p.m.
Friday: 9:30 a.m. - 3:50 p.m.
Main Phone: 918-357-4325 / Fax: 918-357-7899 / Contact School Nurse
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Union 8th Grade Center News
Union students to speak at national PLTW conference
Four Union eighth graders have been selected to present at the national Project Lead The Way conference – PLTW Summit 2017 – in Orlando, Fla., this month. The Union students selected are Josh Nguyen and Evan Long, who are enrolled in Automation/Robotics, and Destiny Reyes and Averi Harrison, who are in Medical Detectives. continue reading
Congratulations to our Site Teachers of the Year
Congratulations to our 2017-2018 Site Teachers of the Year! They were recognized on the 50-yard line during Friday’s Homecoming Game at Union Tuttle Field. continue reading
Join us for a Taste of Union today
Get your Union 1919 jersey at the UWear Store
Union ‘1919’ Jersey available at the U-Wear Store!!!! Pick one up today!!!
PTA Council selling shirts until Oct. 15
Union PTA Council is selling shirts until October 15. Visit: https://unionpta2017fall.itemorder.com/salecontinue reading
Changes in state testing are coming; what families need to know
Within the next week, school districts will begin receiving information about student performance on tests taken last spring. While individual student scores will not be available until November, we want to prepare you in advance for test scores that will be dramatically different from what you have seen in the past. continue reading
8th Grade Student Broadcast News
Join us for a Taste of Union this Friday
8th Grade football action
Great night for some U8C football with an excellent halftime Highstepper performance! pic.twitter.com/QIVWpU2Xsz— Union 8th Grade (@union8center) October 9, 2017
Hofmeister: Expect student test scores to be lower as new standards kick in
Oklahoma public schools are about to get their first look at results from new tests aligned to the state’s new academic standards, and Joy Hofmeister has a warning for teachers, parents and the public: “The scores will drop, so just be ready.”