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3-Year-old/Pre-K/Kindergarten Enrollment

Each spring, Union conducts an early enrollment program for 3-year-old, pre-kindergarten and kindergarten students. 

  • Children who are four years old on or before September 1, 2020 are eligible to be enrolled in the Pre-Kindergarten program at their home school. The students must reside with a parent or legal guardian in the Union District. Pre-K is first come first serve on a space-available basis. Pre-K enrollment has to be completed, time stamped and approved by a district registrar in the Enrollment Center.
  • Children who are five years old on or before September 1, 2020 are eligible for Kindergarten. If you already have a student currently attending Pre-K in the Union District, the student will promote to Kindergarten at their home school based on your home address if they complete the school year.
  • Union offers a free developmentally appropriate education program for

Pre-kindergarten and kindergarten are full-day programs. Hours are posted on school web pages. Extended day or before/after care is also provided for pre-kindergarten students. Transportation is not provided.

The student must be a resident of Union Public Schools and living with a parent or legal guardian to enroll. For enrollment requirements, see Enrollment.

2020-2021 Pre-Enrollment Information for Pre-Kindergarten and Kindergarten

网上体育投注官网Review our revised .  We ask that you complete your online enrollment on or before the schedule site date.  If you have already completed online enrollment we will send you an email link to revise and upload your verification documents.  We will be processing your enrollment on the scheduled date and you may be contacted for assistance by phone if necessary.

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Note concerning immunizations

Kindergarten shots may be given any time after your child turns four years old. Tulsa City-County Health Department offers these immunizations and often hosts several clinics. Call (918) 582-9355 for information. According to Oklahoma School Law, any child not immunized and without proper certificate or statement may be denied admittance to school.

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