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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 to showcase its PLTW program Tuesday
Union Pubic Schools will host a Project Lead The Way Showcase Day Tuesday, February 20, inviting guests to view its PLTW & STEM curriculum offerinfgs and programs in action at Darnaby Elementary School, Union High School and the 8th Grade Center. continue reading
Middle School College Night set March 15
Everyone is going to Union's Middle Grades College Night March 15 from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. at the 6th/7th Grade Center - for grades 6-8. Recruiters from area colleges and universities will attend. There will be scavenger prize drawings. The more questions you answer, the more entries you get. continue reading
Union to name District Teacher of the Year Feb. 28
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
USEF doles out more checks to worthy teachers
The Union Schools Education Foundation brought joy - and a few checks - to several teachers and one building engineer Thursday. More on the way today. See inside.
Reminder: School closed Monday, Feb. 19
School will be closed Monday, February 19, on President's Day. continue reading
THANK YOU! Bond issue passes; voters 'Believe in U'
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!”continue reading
Union Wellness Challenge starts today!
Are you ready to look and feel better? Then join the OU Health at Work Team for the Spring 2018 Union Wellness Challenge! We will start our Challenge on February 14th with a focus on activity and then each week we will add a challenge that will help you develop the habits that contribute to better health and wellness. continue reading
Union's future rests with voters
Union Public Schools Superintendent Kirt Hartzler says the future of the school district rests on what voters decide to do about Union’s $128.6 million bond issue Tuesday.
Dear friends: please vote Tuesday, Feb. 13
Message from the Union Bands Director: As a director, teacher, parent, resident, and 13-year student of the Union Public Schools, I know firsthand and with wide perspective the importance of bond issue elections for the district. This year’s bond issue is particularly significant because it encompasses 5 years and a grand vision for expansion and continued excellence. For decades, Union patrons have embraced “The Union Way” by supporting the passage of bond issues with overwhelming support, and I know that 2018 will be no different. continue reading
Union accepting 8th grade applications for Early College High School program
Interested in getting a head start on college? Eighth grade students – Now is the time to start making plans for next year . . . and YOUR FUTURE! Union Public Schools is now accepting applications to Early College High School (ECHS) from students who will be graduating in 2022. This program will enable a student to earn his/her high school diploma and an associate degree in a Liberal Arts field or approximately 60 hours of college credit. continue reading