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Snow day make-up time & education rally day approved
Union Board of Education members Monday voted unanimously to add 30 minutes to the end of the school day in order to end the school year by May 30, and to cancel classes Monday, March 31, to allow for participation in a major state-wide education funding rally at the State Capitol. The new schedule, which begins the Monday after Spring Break, March 24, means Union students will not have to go into June to make up the snow days. See inside for explanation.
Congratulations! Two Union students have qualified for the national tournament in June in Kansas City: senior Liuyi Chen and sophomore Maureen Haynes. NFL Nationals is the largest academic competition in the world.
US Attorney Danny Williams will be the keynote speaker on the topic of cyberbullying at a luncheon during the 2014 Tulsa Area Schools Technology Consortium Symposium which will be hosted from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Thursday at the UMAC. See inside.
Spring tryout dates for Cheer, Pom and Highsteppers have been posted. See inside for information on parent meetings, clinics, physicals and fees. NOTE: some of the times have changed.
Union Public Schools will name its 2013-2014 Teacher of the Year during a formal reception at 4 p.m. Wednesday, March 12, at the Union Performing Arts Center at Union High School, 6636 S. Mingo Road.
The 2013-2014 Site Teachers of the Year are: (pictured left to right) first row, Suzanne Martin, Vickie Winden, Melissa Jarrett, Danielle Tolomeo; second row, Ashley Kirby Thomas, Heather Berg, Sue Haralson, Karen Mahoney, Camryn Winters, Lori Randall, Ranae Halderman, Jenny Jackson; and third row, Lauren Stauffer, Emmet Bowen, Shelly Eulenfeld, Luke Weinbrecht, Kerri Gunter, Doug Smith, Rachael Grigg, and Tina Ahlfield.
Union High School will name Mr. and Miss Union in a formal ceremony at about 9:55 a.m. March 12 at the Union Performing Arts Center, 6636 S. Mingo. Being named Mr. and Miss Union is the highest honor a student may receive at Union High School.
Come support the boys basketball team as they make a run for the gold ball! See the bracket inside.
Union Public Schools will be attending the Oklahoma Christian University School of Education’s Annual Job Fair in Edmond on March 13, from 8:30 a.m. until 11:30 p.m.
This is Cedar Ridge Principal Ellen Crager reminding parents about the Cedar Ridge Neon Run scheduled for this Thursday evening, March 13, from 6:30 to 7:15. The event will take place at the Union 9th Grade Center Track on Garnett between 81st and 71st street. Grab your neon or bright color clothing, and join us this Thursday evening. We do ask that parents accompany our students, and request that pets not be brought to the track area. This fun run will support Cedar Ridge as we work for Gold with the Union YMCA Triple Crown Challenge.
Wendy's Restaurant recently donated some Hasbro games to Grove Elementary and students who showed good character got to play! Thank you, Wendy's! See story and photo gallery inside.
Briarglen families and students are invited to an “Open House” tomorrow night, Thursday, March 13. At 5:30, our 1st, 2nd, and 3rd graders will give a vocal performance in the gymnasium, followed by an all-school art show from 6:00-7:30 in the cafeteria. We hope you’ll join us as we showcase the talent and hard work of our students. If you have any questions, please give me a call at 918-357-8402.
... see the weekly newsletter from the Union Athletics Department inside.
Members of the PTA, including Board of Education member Heather McAdams, pitched in during last week's Pizza Day at the 6th/7th Grade Center.
Varsity plays in Bixby at 5:30 & 7:00 today, let's go Lady Skins!!! http://t.co/mPzsl5enjY— Union Schools (@UnionSchools) March 11, 2014
Last week, spring came early as first and second graders at Grove Elementary School welcome a batch of chicks that hatched at the school in several of the classrooms. The eggs were incubated in the classroom with the help of the Tulsa County Extension Office and the chicks that hatched will grow up on a farm in Bixby. See photos inside.