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Facility Use Requests

To check on available dates and space please call 918-357-7481.

Facility Use Rate

Use fee structure is based on established use rates and determined by the type of event and space required. Per day use fee for a full arena setup is a fixed rate plus any requested and required additional services. Add-on services include, but are not limited to staffing, stagehands, catering, turnover, housekeeping, equipment rental, etc. The UMAC retains rights to negotiate for a percentage of ticket sales in lieu of fixed use rate. The per day use fees for move-in days, rehearsal days, move-out days and scaled-down shows are negotiable.

John Q. Hammons Arena

The John Q. Hammons Arena at the UMAC seats 5,662 and features wide concourses, unobstructed sightlines, comfortable seating, upscale concessions, state-of-the-art video boards and entertainment options for a myriad of purposes.

The John Q. Hammons Arena at the UMAC was named in honor of Hammons in 2003 for his donation to the Union Schools Education Foundation. It serves as a multipurpose center for students in the district as well as for tradeshows, tournaments, conferences and performances.

Images of the UMAC's versatility

Redskin Room

The Redskin Room, with a maple hardwood floor, has 4,350 square feet of banquet space and can be divided into two separate rooms. It is ideal for small seminars, conferences, dances, weddings and banquets, it provides a classy setting that is both functional and versatile, capable of hosting multiple events at the same time

It is the most popular room in the UMAC because of its fantastic panoramic view of Union Tuttle Stadium and Union High School. The view is so awe-inspiring Redskin fans are eager to view a football game from this room. The perspective is both overwhelming and intimate, giving fans a unique setting few public schools can offer.

  • 4,350 square feet
  • Can be used as one space or divided into two separate rooms
  • 20’ ceiling
  • Hardwood floors
  • Black velour curtained walls
  • 8’ wall-to-wall mirrors behind curtains allowing room to convert into dance studio
  • Banquet seating for 230 people, or
  • Patio with outdoor seating

Square Feet

Banquet Style

Theater Style

Lounge Style (Seated)

Lounge Style (Reception)

Room A-B

230

450

192

350

Room A

110

220

96

170

Room B

110

220

96

170

 


Redskin Room Diagrams

 

Redskin Room Banquet Seating

Redskin Room Banquet Seating

Redskin Room

Meeting Rooms

Perfect for breakout sessions, company retreats or small seminars, the UMAC features three room for such uses. Each room has a beautiful view of Union Tuttle Stadium and is close to the Redskin Room.

1,800 square feet that can be divided into three separate rooms

Each meeting room contains:

  • Private entrance
  • Modular tables 
  • Dry erase board
  • Pull-down screen

Square Feet

Banquet Style

Theater Style

Classroom Style

Meeting Room I

40

50

28

Meeting Room II

60

67

26

Meeting Room III

40

40

26

Meeting Rooms I-III

140

125

80


This diagram shows all three classrooms open for use.

This diagram shows all three classrooms open for use.

Walking Track

The walking track is currently open during the times the Wellness & Medicine Center is open.

However, during certain events at the UMAC, the walking track will be closed to accomodate other needs such as major sporting events or special concerts. If you have questions about the availability of the walking track, call 918-357-7481.

Union School Board Policy for Use of School Facilities

The Board recognizes that the primary function of the district is to provide every student with a high quality and comprehensive educational offering. For this reason, buildings are constructed and facilities provided. The district, therefore, has a prior claim to the use of school facilities. However, the Board is interested in accommodating community and other organizations which seek to use facilities owned and operated by the district. The following Board policy states the requirements established by the Board for such use. In the event of a conflict between any provision of this policy with federal or state laws, the federal or state laws shall prevail.

For information on these areas, please see the Board Policy Page:

  • INSURANCE
  • PERMITTED USES
  • PROHIBITED USES
  • USE APPROVAL AUTHORITY AND PROCEDURES
  • SPECIAL CONSIDERATION

District Announcement

Happy Holidays

Wishing you Joy and Peace at the Holidays and throughout the New Year.

Union Public Schools will be closed for winter break December 23-January 3, 2020. School will resume on Monday, January 6, 2020.

During the winter break, Union offices will be closed December 24-January 2, 2020.

May Joy and Peace be yours throughout the New Year.

Wishing you Joy and Peace at the Holidays and throughout the New Year.  Union Public Schools will be closed for winter break December 23-January 3, 2020. School will resume on Monday, January 6, 2020.  During the winter break, Union offices will be closed December 24-January 2, 2020.  May Joy and Peace be yours throughout the New Year.

Administrative Changes Announced

Scott Pennington named director of new Hope – Guidance – Social and Emotional Learning Department;   Clayton Hucke named interim 7th Grade Principal

Dear Union Parents and Guardians: 

I am excited to announce that Mr. Scott Pennington, principal at the Union 6th & 7th Grade Center, has been asked to lead a new department within Teaching and Learning entitled Hope – Guidance – Social and Emotional Learning. As you know, we are in the second year of our five-year district strategic plan. One of the elements of this plan is Union’s Learning Model that focuses on literacy, cognitive capacity, engagement, and social and emotional learning.

As we continuously evaluate our data, and hear from teachers and our site leaders, there continues to be a dominant narrative that more must be done to address the social and emotional development of our students. Collectively speaking, our teachers continue to do amazing work in providing dynamic learning experiences for our students. It is now time for us to articulate a tiered approach to addressing unwanted student behaviors and student trauma – at all grade levels – while also fostering greater hope and confidence in our students’ lives. The idea is that we will be more proactive in our efforts, providing counseling and guidance to address the social, emotional, and academic needs of our students. I firmly believe this will make a positive difference in our students’ lives and in the learning culture of our buildings.

Mr. Pennington’s work as a special education teacher, assistant principal, and principal make him uniquely qualified to lead in this new position. In addition to this change, I am also pleased to announce that Mr. Clay Hucke, assistant principal at Union High School, has been asked to serve as an interim principal at the Sixth & Seventh Grade Center. Mr. Hucke has done an outstanding job at the high school and he looks forward to serving the students, staff, and parents at this site.

Please join me in congratulating Mr. Pennington and Mr. Hucke. These moves will become effective January 1, 2020.

Respectfully,

Kirt Hartzler, Ed.D.
Superintendent
Union Public Schools

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