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Welcome to Briarglen Elementary School.
We Build Relationships for Success
Principal Tracy Weese
Assistant Principal Paige Lindemann
Briarglen Elementary School
3303 S. 121st E. Ave.
Tulsa, Oklahoma 74146-2200
7:00 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.
Monday-Thursday: 7:50 a.m. to 2:35 p.m.
Friday: 8:15 a.m. to 2:35p.m.
Main Phone: 918-357-4330 / Fax: 918-357-8499
Briarglen teachers have created a website in order to assist their parents with helping children with reading at home this summer. http://unionbriarglen.wix.com/briarglen
Briarglen Elementary News
Two propositions on the Tuesday, Feb. 8 ballot
Union’s reputation for forging ahead --- leading the way in public education innovation from early childhood programs through graduation---continues to attract families to the district. On Tuesday, February 9, voters are asked to pass two propositions to accommodate district growth. Major projects include construction of Elementary 14---the first half of which will open for 500 students in fall of 2017---new roofing at Darnaby; flooring at Moore; and exterior renovation at Cedar Ridge. A successful bond election Tuesday, February 9, will also provide 8 new regular route buses and two special education buses. Please remember to vote Tuesday, February 9! continue reading
Walk-in absentee balloting today, Friday
Walk-In absentee balloting at the Election Board office (555 N. Denver) is Thursday, February 4, and Friday, February 5, 8:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m. For more information, call the Tulsa County Election Board at 918-596-5766 or 918-596-5780. continue reading
Briarglen: remember to vote this Tuesday
Briarglen staff, Student Council, and Safety Patrol members participated in a Bond Walk in our neighborhood recently. “We walked and spoke with neighbors about placing signs in their yards to remind them to vote,” teacher Amy Canales.
Learn more: http://www.unionps.org/bond-issue-2016/continue reading
Reminder: Check your child's backpack after school today
Parents: Be sure to check your child's backpack and/or take home materials today for a flyer about the February 9 bond election. continue reading
Thank you to all of our school counselors
Union needs more school buses; voter approval sought Feb. 9
Union’s 95 school buses transport 10-thousand-500 students and collectively travel a distance equivalent to a round trip from Houston, Texas, to Seattle, Washington-- --every school day! It is essential that we replace older, high-mileage buses to sustain efficiency, ensure safety, and avoid breakdowns on busy highways. Proposition 2 on the February 9 bond issue calls for 8 regular route and two special education buses. Please remember to vote Tuesday, February 9! continue reading
Watch Union redefine the high school music
If anyone out there thinks Union is best known as for its athletics, watch this! As a parent and an employee, I am so proud of the plethora of high-caliber co-curricular activities we offer our amazing kiddos. Come see Rach (her daughter) and her friends redefine "high school musical" on Feb. 3-6 at the Union PAC!!! - Associated Superintendent of Teaching and Learning Dr. Kathy Dodd
Young People's Creative Writing Contest
'Mary Poppins' to run Wednesday through Saturday
It's almost here! The Union Public Schools All-School musical, Mary Poppins, starts Wednesday and runs through Saturday, February 6. Performances will be at 7 p.m.in the Union Performing Arts Center on the High School campus on February 3-6. Ticket prices vary. Expect a great show; just take a look at the dress rehearsal pictures taken by yearbook editor Amy Riker Thursday night.
5th Grade Parents: Be a part of the Band!