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Andersen Elementary

Welcome to Andersen Elementary School

Hans M. Andersen Elementary School
1200 S. Willow
Broken Arrow, Oklahoma 74012-4511

School Hours

Monday-Thursday: 7:50 a.m. to 2:35 p.m. (may enter building at 7:35 a.m.)
Friday: 8:15 a.m. to 2:35 p.m. (may enter building at 8:05 a.m.)

Office Hours

7:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

Main Phone: 918-357-4328 / Fax: 918-357-8299

Principal Bethany Harper
Counselor Tonya Marlow 918-357-8234
Contact School Nurse

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Andersen Elementary News

  • Winter Break! No school Dec. 20 - Jan. 2

    12.11.18

    Happy Holidays from Union Public Schools! School will be closed December 20 through January 2, 2019. Classes will resume Wednesday, January 3. All Union offices, including the Service, Enrollment, and Warehouse/Distribution Centers, will be closed Monday, December 24 through Tuesday, January 1, 2019. continue reading

  • Fifth graders invited to enroll in Fine Arts next year

    12.10.18

    The Union 6th Grade Orchestra, Choir, and Band performed for fifth graders from around Union Public Schools Monday morning for the annual 5th Grade Recruitment Concert, hoping to convince students to enroll in one of the music programs next year. continue reading

  • #UBeThere - Plug In, Press Play

    12.10.18

    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. continue reading

  • #UBeThere - Daily Habit, Amazing Routine

    12.05.18

    School spirit is a commitment. It requires that you be here, body and soul. Without a strong base, the pyramid falls apart. It’s the same in life. Going to class every day is important. Ten unexcused absences cancel your performance. Absence is the spirit-killer.  A crowd-pleasing routine is more than just showing up . . .  but it’s a great place to start. continue reading

  • Winter routes/school closing information

    12.04.18

    Each winter, Union Public Schools makes arrangements to alert parents about school closings or changes in bus routes because of icy or snowy conditions. See inside for our procedures. continue reading

  • #UBeThere - Show Up, Take Down

    11.26.18

    Freestyle isn’t a successful strategy when it comes to attendance.  If you’re going to take it to the mat, you must consistently make contact, and that means being present.  A half-nelson won’t cut it.  We need you fully engaged. Going to class every day is important. Ten unexcused absences keep you off the mat, and you take the fall. Maybe it’s time for a reversal. A victory is more than just showing up . . . but it’s a great place to start. continue reading

  • Thanksgiving Break Nov. 21-23

    11.20.18

    Reminder: No school Wednesday through Friday this week. All offices will also be closed. Happy Thanksgiving! continue reading

  • Kendra Gives Back event planned Nov. 15

    11.15.18

    Get a head start on your holiday shopping! Join us November 15, 5-7 pm at Kendra Scott Utica Square!  20% of the proceeds benefit Union Schools Education Foundation Teachers receive 15% discount with ID! continue reading

  • Andersen Elementary honors veterans

    11.12.18

    Andersen students paid tribute to veterans Friday afternoon with a wonderful program featuring music, special messages and a surprise music performance from younger students. The various branches were honored and each family/veteran was recognized as they entered the assembly. continue reading

  • #UBeThere - In Class, Corps Value

    11.08.18

    Not showing up for class is behavior unbefitting an officer. You need determination and grit to have a successful life and career in the reserved armed forces – and that means being there. Going to class every day is important. Ten unexcused absences keep you out of JROTC. A successful commission is more than just showing up . . . but it’s a great place to start. continue reading

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