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Welcome to Christa McAuliffe Elementary School.
Principal Rita Long
Assistant Principal Jennifer McKnight
Christa McAuliffe Elementary School
6515 S. Garnett
Broken Arrow, OK 74012-8529
7:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Monday-Thursday: 7:50 a.m. to 2:35 p.m.
Friday: 8:15 a.m. to 2:35 p.m.
Main Phone: 918-357-4336 / Fax: 918-357-6599
McAuliffe Elementary News
Union to celebrate National Farm to School Month in October
Union Child Nutrition is blazing the trail in the school food industry by purchasing and serving locally grown foods in all of their schools. Union will highlight its efforts as it celebrate National Farm to School Month in October.
Fall For All Camp set Oct. 19-21
Union will host its fall break camp October 19-21 at Jefferson Elementary School for students in in grades pre-kindergarten through fifth grade. Registration deadline is Tuesday, October 11. Enrollment fees and other details inside. continue reading
McAuliffe student wins summer reading program
Just wanted to share these pictures of precious Mi'Keela Leach-Meeks showing off her $100 of books she chose from Amazon after winning the McAuliffe summer reading program contest! continue reading
SafeSchools Alert is our district's tip reporting service
SafeSchools Alert is our district's tip reporting service. If you have information about a threat to our safety, do your part and report it. And remember, you can remain anonymous. See our letter about Social Media Responsibility inside. continue reading
McAuliffe Kemes Festival set Friday, Sept. 23
McAuliffe families are invited to our Festival Kermes tomorrow, Friday, September 23, from 5–8 p.m. If you are bringing a donation, please drop it off at 4:30 p.m. Friends, families, and neighbors are welcome to help us raise money for our school! continue reading
Clothing Closet seeking donations for September
Practice your emergency plan
Rainbow over McAuliffe
No school Monday; enjoy the weekend!
Tiny seeds help grow Community Schools
The plants comes from seeds from Cherokee Nation's Seed Bank. The food comes from the kids thanks to Community Schools and the Global Gardens program. continue reading