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Voter registration books close Friday, January 19 (24 days prior to the election).  Completed registration forms must be postmarked by January 19. You can obtain a registration form at any Union school site, the Union Education Service Center, or the Tulsa County Election Board. For more information, call the Tulsa County Election Board at 918-596-5780. More Information

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Believing in Union - Vote Tuesday, Feb. 13

Union Public Schools is asking patrons to consider approval of a $128.6-million, five-year series bond issue when they go to the polls on Tuesday, February 13. Among the projects included is the completion of Ellen Ochoa Elementary School; improvements to athletics and a Fine Arts addition at Union High School, including upgrades and structural renovations to the district’s 40-year-old Tuttle Stadium; and continued expansion of Union’s districtwide STEM initiative. Also planned is the initial rollout of the “1-to-1” initiative, providing every student with 24/7 access to a laptop computer (beginning in grades 9-12), as well as safety improvements related to transportation.

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#UBeThere #ReptheU

Orchestras overwhelm the senses when all sounds are present. Your attendance is instrumental. Without you, our power is greatly diminished. Going to class every day is important. Ten unexcused absences cancel your performance. Your sad solo becomes a symphony of none. Making beautiful music together is more than just showing up . . . but it’s a great place to start. #UBeThere #ReptheU

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Early College High School Opportunities

Early College High School (ECHS) is a joint venture between Union Public Schools and Tulsa Community College, pending final approval by the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education. This pilot program will enable eligible UHS students to graduate high school with both a diploma and an associate degree. "By offering high school students the chance to earn an associate degree, I believe we can grow the pipeline for students entering college and improve Oklahoma’s graduation rates. Ultimately, it is our hope that this pilot program will become the model for how Early College is implemented across the state.” — Dr. Kirt Hartzler, Superintendent, Union Public Schools

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What families need to know about changes in state testing

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.

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