Welcome to Briarglen Elementary School, where we provide each student and our community of learners with the essential skills needed for academic growth, lifelong learning, and personal character.
Briarglen Elementary holds full accreditation from North Central Association and the State of Oklahoma and school-wide Title I status. Our staff appreciates the opportunity to develop young people who have a desire for learning and healthy living.
Briarglen Elementary School
3303 S. 121st E. Ave.
Tulsa, Oklahoma 74146-2200
Office Hours: 7:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
School Hours - Monday-Thursday: 7:50 a.m. to 2:35 p.m. / Friday: 8:15 a.m. to 2:35 p.m.
Main Phone: 918-357-4330
Union Student Safety HelpLine - 918-461-HELP (4357)
Principal Tracy Weese
Assistant Principal Randi Aubertine
In the fall of 1970, classes started at Briarglen Elementary, making Briarglen the oldest of the elementary schools in the district. It was named after the housing addition in which it was built. Today, Briarglen serves about 600 students in pre-Kindergarten through fifth grade in traditional and looping classrooms.
Working with and through our community of patrons, area businesses, central office administration and our PTA, Briarglen is proud to offer a well-balanced curriculum and activities for students and their families.
Briarglen will continue to evaluate our school program to improve our instructional methods and assessment procedures. Briarglen welcomes the involvement of our community and is proud of its ownership of our school.
Briarglen participates in the Tulsa Area Community Schools Initiative (TACSI). The community school’s philosophy supports school personnel, parents, neighbors and community partners working together so our children can participate in a strong instructional program by living and learning in safe and supportive environments.
Core components of a community school are:
Briarglen is proud that all our teachers have qualified for status as Highly Qualified Teachers as required by the State of Oklahoma and U.S. Department of Education.
Partners in Education
was named principal at Briarglen Elementary School in 2012. She previously served as administrative intern at Rosa Parks Elementary School. She earned her Bachelor of Science degree in early childhood education from Oklahoma State University in 1995 and her master’s degree in education administration from the University of Oklahoma in 2010.
Weese has worked as a classroom teacher for 14 years and has taught second, third and fifth grades. Weese is married with two children who attend school in the Union district. In addition to her teaching career, she was a board member of the Northeastern Division for the March of Dimes for 10 years and has worked on a multitude of committees during her tenure as a teacher. Weese is excited to continue to be a part of the administrative team at Briarglen Elementary.
was named assistant principal at Briarglen Elementary in the spring of 2013. She comes to Briarglen from Grove Elementary where she served as administrative intern for the 2012-2013 school year. She received her bachelor’s degree in elementary education from The State University of New York, where she also received her master’s degree in reading. Aubertine is currently completing her second master’s degree in school administration through Northeastern State University and also holds a special education certification.
Aubertine joined the Union team in 2010 as a special education teacher at Boevers Elementary. She previously taught third and fourth grade in New York and also has experience in multi-age classrooms.
Union Help Line
A safe and secure school environment is essential to the learning process. An important ingredient in achieving safe and secure schools remains alert eyes and ears. Safety is achieved when an atmosphere exists in which students are comfortable talking with adults about their concerns.
One such tool available for students is a Union Help Line that is open Monday through Friday from 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. to anyone who wants to report a concern. The caller may leave a message so his or her call can be returned, or they may choose not to be contacted. You can also call COPES if this is a mental health emergency.