Oklahoma’s School Grade Reports for Union Public Schools
Dear Union Parents and Community,
The Oklahoma State Board of Education has released school grades for all public schools in the state. Unfortunately, the A-F grade–as pointed out by Oklahoma’s State Superintendent of Public Instruction and the U.S. Department of Education–are not a true representation of the effectiveness of our schools. For that reason, the State Department of Education is working to develop a new school assessment system that will be more valid and reliable.
Achievement and accountability are vital to our work, and we embrace them as a means to determine the quality and effectiveness of our schools within Union. Union’s five-year strategic plan contains specific grade-level performance targets that we monitor regularly, as each of these is essential to meeting our district goal of “100-percent graduation, 100-percent college/career ready.”
Regardless of the grades assigned, our commitment to the success of your child remains strong. When you leverage the talents of our staff, along with supportive parents and community members, our students are provided tremendous opportunities and rewarding educational experiences.
Thank you for your consistent support. I ask that you continue to partner with us as we strive to build dynamic learning environments and programs for our students. “Together We Make a Difference!”
Kirt Hartzler, Ed. D.
A-F State-Issued Report Cards
- High School
- 9th Grade Center
- 8th Grade Center
- 6th/7th Grade Center
- Cedar Ridge
- Rosa Parks