Current House Standings:
Orange House - 11,157
Purple House - 9,396
Red House - 8,750
Green House - 8,427
Blue House - 7,568
Who will be the winner of the FINAL House Party at the end of the year?!!
This guy is excited for the Orange House Party!!
It's that time!!
Friday, March, 22nd
8:30 - 3rd & 5th
9:45 - 1st & 4th
1:15 - K & 2nd
Union Tour Day
Tuesday, April 9 at 8:30am
If you have been called to join the Union family and are curious as to what we're all about,
come on in for a tour.
This tour day is geared more towards students in grades 1-5 that will be new to us for the
Fall of 2019-2020 school year.
So much happens at Union on a daily basis that it's hard to keep up with the news!
We've had Amazing shake winners competing in Atlanta, we've had Invention Convention Winners at MTSU, students receiving the Tennessee Seal of Approval for their hard work and dedication to serve others, we've had a first ever basketball tournament between parents where the Red House won 1,000 points, but WOW...Orange House represented and won lots of House points for just showing up and they won the House Party for the 3rd quarter.....like always, it's been busy at Union!!
We Did It Again!
Union Elementary has received the State of Tennessee's Seal of Approval
The 11th Annual Governor's Volunteer Stars Awards were held this weekend and we had 2 honorees.
Lucy Blaylcok winning the individual award for her "Lucy's Love Blankets" and Union Elementary winning in the nonprofit category for all the ways we serve our community #UEServes
Lucy Blaylock is one of Tennessee's Star Volunteers! Receiving our school award were Therese Boling & Carson Oldham
Amazing Shake Bound!
Congratulations Isabella Hibbard
She is our Amazing Shake Winner and will be heading to the national competition at
The Ron Clark Academy in Atlanta on February 22nd!
Check out this video of what the Amazing Shake is all about
Remarkable Raiders Rallies Are So Much Fun!!
Get your Lights, Camera, Auction tickets today!!
2018-2019 Teacher of the Year!
Congratulations Mrs. Leslie Yates, 5th grade teacher extraordinaire
Union STEM's January Outreach Endeavor
A shoe collection program established by our very own 5th grader, Therese Boling. We will be collecting "Gently-used" and in "Good Condition" shoes that will be distributed to children in need who, otherwise, may not have shoes to play in or to wear for athletic/dance events.
* Baseball, Soccer, Softball Cleats
* Ballet Shoes
* Tap Shoes
* Tennis Shoes
* Running Shoes
* Basketball Shoes
We will coordinate the donations in HOUSES, with ourmain focus being on serving others who are less fotunate. We do not want parents spending money on new shoes, especially after the hoidays often put a financial strain on families. #EveryShoeCounts
2nd Grade - Joey Mount 3rd Grade - Autumn Eaton
We are so excited for these bike winners! They are such great kids and they've done something right to be recognized by their teacher's to receive this award.
Thank you parents for your help in not only reaching our Fun Run goal, but exceeding it!
$60,000.00 is definitely a record, AMAZING!!!
The 2019-2020 On-Line Application is available now.
Visit the link in the picture slideshow above titled
The application will be available through December 14th. It is not a first come first serve basis, it is based on a computer generated lottery that will happen in April of 2019. Please submit one if you have an incoming Kindergartener, or sibling in any grade that you want to come to Union next year.
Congratulations to Mrs. Gibson & her class
Box Top Winners
Keep collecting those donations and pledges all money should be turned in by September 28th, 2018
Follow the link below to make a donation
What a TERRIFIC two weeks back to school we've had! How wonderful it's been to return and see all the amazing things that earned Union STEM the "Best Elementary School" in Sumner County. If you haven't had the chance to visit, please come by and experience why we were voted THE BEST. Take a walk around our school to see the ultimate "Artcade," the freshly painted walls throughout our school and our inviting cafeteria. The House banners proudly on display and inspiring quotes in the hallways. The gardens, greenhouse, and animals thriving in our David Collins Agricultural Center. Our Union family and Tribe -- Mr. Taylor (our Union Chief), teachers, staff, KidZone, PTO, parents, our "Life Changer of the Year" Mr. Collins, all our returning Raiders and our newest Raiders. Most importantly, those special HANDPRINTS that adorn the hallway. Handprints, both big and small, permanently reminding us that our school population strives to demonstrate greatness as we journey together to be even GREATER!
WE ARE UNION STEM!
We Are Ready To Start Our New School Year!!
We can't wait to see those smiling faces walking our hallways again!
Besides Kindergarten, we have so many new students joining us this year and we are very excited to meet them!
We'll see all of you Monday morning!!
Please be aware that the PTO will once again have the "First Day of School" Backdrop outside. If you are going to bring your child for a picture, please try to be here early so that you can find a parking spot and not cause a back up for drop off.
On Monday, new students will get a chance to spin the wheel to find out what House they will be in,
To help speed up your time at school on Raider Round Up night print out the forms available in the "Registration" section under the "Parent Info" tab. While you're there, follow the link to the Parent Survey and get that done early too!!
2018/2019 Supply List
Medication Forms you may need:
Other printable Registration Forms will be available on-line the week of registration
We Have Done It Again!!
Best Elementary School in Sumner County