Million Dreams Cabins and Philosophy Academy present the Union Public Schools’ production of "Anastasia," Union's all-school musical, February 22-24, 7 p.m., at the Union High School Performing Arts Center.
Tickets range from $10 to $15. Get tickets here.
Congratulations to Ellen Ochoa media specialist Kirby Mackenzie, who was named Union Public Schools’ 2023-2024 District Teacher of the Year on Tuesday, February 20.
In response to public comments, Union administrators presented two new proposals for the 2024-2025 school calendar to the Board of Education for a first reading Monday, February 12. The Board is now expected to decide on the new school calendar during a second reading on Monday, March 11.
The public is invited to Multi-Cultural Night from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Tuesday, February 27 at the UMAC, 6836 S. Mingo. This event is sponsored by the Union PTA Council and Girl Scouts Scissortail Service Unit.
Ellen Ochoa media specialist Kirby Mackenzie has been named the 2023-2024 District Teacher of the Year for Union Public Schools. The announcement was made this afternoon as professional development activities came to an end across the district.
Union Public Schools bus drivers enjoyed an appreciation breakfast in their honor, sponsored by the Union PTA Council at the Union Alternative School cafeteria this morning.
The Oklahoma Parent Teachers Association is hosting Public Schools Day At The Capitol from 8 a.m. until 2 p.m. Wednesday, February 28 in Oklahoma City.
Early enrollment dates for 3-year-old students, pre-kindergarten and kindergarten students have been announced for the 2024-2025 school year.
Congratulations to Union Superintendent Dr. Kirt Hartzler, who was honored at American Association of School Administrators 2024 National Conference on Education in San Diego, Calif.
Join us poolside as Union Swim competes for State titles this Saturday, Feb 17, at 2 p.m. at Jenks High School. Be part of their journey. Get tickets.
Science teacher Dr. Jay Walker was named a 2023-2024 Teacher of the Year for Union High School.
Fifth graders enjoy a demonstration of musical instruments as Union educators encourage them to enroll in music classes when they become sixth graders.
Union High School seniors Nancy Nguyen, Oluwajuwuralo Oyedele, and Abigail Tan have been named a 2024 Academic All-State Student by the Oklahoma Foundation for Excellence.
Nine seniors from Union High School have been named 2023-2024 National Merit Finalists
World language teacher Ana Figueredo-Stuart was named a 2023-2024 Teacher of the Year for Union High School.
The stage is set. These Union Wrestlers punched their ticket to the state championship last weekend and will be traveling to state February 22-24. Dariuz Black, Tanner Jarvis, Wura Yinusa, Ezequiel Palos & Contrell Richardson.
Scenes from Jefferson Elementary School last Friday afternoon, February16.
Jefferson Elementary puts spotlight on their Teacher of the Year, who parades around the school in a scooter.
Lunchtime (and maybe pizza!) at Marshall T. Moore Elementary last Friday. Nom, nom, nom ...
Friday was a busy day at Moore Elementary as third graders students practiced for a big show, other students grabbed books in the library or students worked on activities in their classrooms. Check out the photos and videos.
Congratulations to our February Hope Hero award winners, Mr. Housel and Mrs. O'Dell, and to Ms. Conway for being our Remarkable Redhawk!
Fun on the playground! Money raised through our Jogathon fundraiser helped pay for fun improvements on the playground.
Second year Learning with a Wrench interns attended opening day of the Darryl Starbird Car Show in Tulsa.
UVP Senior Officer, Hayden Rayls received a scholastic Scholarship from President Thomas at OBU yesterday. Congratulations!
Senior Sunday. UVP Class of 2024 and your proud moms! When you get the choice to sit it out or dance, we hope you dance.
Varsity Highsteppers: What an amazing weekend at Regionals Crowd Pleasers Dance!!! We are so proud of our girls for placing 1st in all dance categories and our officers for placing grand champion officer group. Now we are just counting down the days to Nationals!
Grove music students in fourth grade were learning about scatting, popularized by famed singer Louis Armstrong.
Grove students were busy in the classroom today, from reading to creating art to collaborating in work stations
Mrs. Campbell’s fourth grade GATE class at Roy Clark Elementary is doing circuitry using their own energy field and conductors. Meanwhile, second grade GATE students are learning about different types of engineering and completing engineering challenges.
Freshman enjoyed a pep assembly this morning, featuring a basketball game between students and teachers. Students led for a long time, but in the end, teachers triumphed with a 40 to 35 score.