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Great teachers and great students help make the school an important part of the community.

Located within the city limits of Broken Arrow, Andersen boasts a strong curriculum, a vibrant PTA and a number of programs designed to enrich the minds and bodies of its young students.

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Great Teachers. Great Students

Located within the city limits of Broken Arrow, Andersen boasts a strong curriculum, a vibrant PTA and a number of programs designed to enrich the minds and bodies of its young students.

Theresa Kiger, director of elementary education, and students crouch behind a school bus replica

Andersen Elementary Parent Teacher Association supports the mission of the national PTA and dedicates its organization to improving the education and well-being of students.

Andersen students sit on gym floor and throw the Union U hand gesture.
Andersen Assembles!

Andersen offers a variety of extracurricular activities for students. Assemblies throughout the year also help to engage students and attract their interest.

Andersen students line up at door in matching shirts.
Enrichment Learning

Andersen  offers students a number of learning opportunities outside of the traditional classroom experience to enrich educational experiences.

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Our Mission

Andersen endeavors to develop responsible, empowered problem solvers instilled with a life-long desire for learning through student-centered teaching and working partnerships with home and community.

Andersen students create a camp fire scene with tents and flashlights in their classroom
Before & After School

Children participating in the EDP program are provided the opportunity for activities and quiet time. Afternoon sessions include a snack and a short period of free time before a study hall and other structured activities. The Union Extended Day Program is an extension of the school day and has priority for use of the indoor and outdoor facilities from 6:45 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Andersen News

District News

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Union’s annual Meet The Teacher event will be from 4 to 6 p.m. Tuesday, August 13. This is an opportunity for parents to take their children to their elementary school site, meet their teacher and learn about various programs offered at their school.

Union Board of EducationL Srteve Nguyen, Dr. Chris McNeil, Stacey Roemerman, Heather McAdams and Joey Reyes.

A brief summary of the June 10 Board of Education meeting has been posted which includes information on Union's new Board member, Superintendent Dr. Hartzler's retirement, administrative changes and more.

Together, We Make A Difference

Academics are a priority. Union offers programs for students as young as 3 to adults. Union wants everyone to succeed.

College & Careers

Union is committed to academic excellence. Ensuring all students graduate from high school, prepared for college or career success, guides our practice from Pre-K through 12th grade.

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English Learners

Union provides English Learners a high-quality program, designed to assist students in learning English & to meet challenging state academic content & standards.

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Early Childhood

Union provides a full-day, year-round program for eligible 3-year-olds, 4-year-olds and kindergarteners. Students learn language, fine arts, problem-solving and more.

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Union offers a wide range of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math opportunities. Union was the 1st in Oklahoma, & among only a handful of districts nationwide, to offer STEM to students Pre-K through 12th grade.

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Community Schools

Union's effective Community Schools model means increased attendance, reduced mobility, & improved academic success because of our partnerships.

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Union is a hope-centered district, using hope as a lens to guide our work. The goal is to foster greater confidence in students’ lives in a positive, affirming school environment.

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