District Mission Statement
The Union Grove School District is dedicated to academic excellence. Its success depends on the entire community: students, teachers, administrators, parents, board members, community, and business persons. Union Grove is a community that wants not only academic achievement, but all-around programs that include outstanding extracurricular participants. Through an extended curriculum, students will be sufficiently prepared for college or the job market. The board, parents and community will financially support the district. This commitment will enable the school to function at a level competitive with other schools in preparing students for real-world challenges. In essence, our Vision is to be an exemplary school, a leader in producing outstanding students who will become productive citizens.
HOMECOMING will be Sept. 6th vs. Overton. Festivities will begin at 6:45pm.
Registration information: Online registration for new and returning Union Grove ISD students is open and must be completed before in-person registration.
The link for registration is https://txsuite07.txeis.
For parents who may need help or do not have access to a computer, the district will have computers. At in-person registration, all parents must present a valid driver's license or photo ID, student's birth certificate, shot records, social security card and proof of residency, such as a current electric, gas, water or rental agreement. Phone or cable bills are not accepted.
Parent Resources & Student State Testing Scores Parent Resources
Parents are now able to access their student's STAAR results online at http://www.texasassessments.com/where they will see changes in how their child's performance is labeled and find additional resources to support their child's academic growth.
To access scores, parents will need to enter their child's date of birth and six-character Unique Access Code, which appears on the student's most recent STAAR Report Card. Parents who do not have the access code will be able to look it up by entering their student's first name, typing their child's Social Security Number into the PEIMS field and inputting date of birth.
A section of the new STAAR report card highlights how a student has progressed academically from the previous year with a growth chart. The website also provides resources designed to help parents prepare their student for the next grade level, support their reading and writing, as well as tips and questions for parent-teacher conferences.
For additional information on the new student report cards, please visit the TEA website or contact your child's school. The Texas Education Agency maintains a broad database of assessment-related documents for students and parents, including explanations of test results:
Below are instructions for parents on how to retrieve Student State Assessment History Reports through the Student Portal with and without the access code.
- Navigate to: https://www.texasassessment.com/families/
- Enter Student Access Code and Date of Birth on Texas Assessment Data Portal
- If you don't know the Access Code, select "Where's my access code?" and follow the instructions.
- Lastly, click "GO" and the student's testing history will appear.
New Commissioner rules effective August 26, 2018, impact how school districts are required to handle unauthorized persons on campus. In 2017, the Texas Legislature amended Texas Education Code § 37.105 to require that the Commissioner of Education adopt rules regarding unauthorized persons on school property, as well as to establish procedures for persons to appeal to school districts’ boards of trustees any decisions to refuse persons entry to or eject persons from school property. https://pol.tasb.org/Policy/Code/1171?filter=GKA