Featured Stories

  • It's a Parade!

    The 2019 - 2020 school year has been one for the history books but that didn't stop the Union Community! On Tuesday, June 9, 2020, Union Elementary held an end of year parade.

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  • Need Books to Read? Visit Little Lending Library!

    Do you need books for your child to read while school is closed? Union Elementary can help!

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  • Free Sites for Distance Learning

    Need ideas for where to look for free sites for Distant Learning? Look no further!

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  • Student Start Up Page

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  • Read Across America

    Mrs. Garcia's first grade class have been reading Dr. Seuss books this week celebrating Read Across America.

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  • Conflict Corner

    Using "Conflict Corner' in physical education classes has helped students to talk out problems with their peers.

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  • Third Grade Tradition

    Third grade held their annual Country Tradition presentation. Students have worked hard researching countries around the world.

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  • Discovery Place Visit

    Union Elementary has partnered up with Discovery Place in Charlotte. Fourth graders experienced several hands-on classes.

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  • Camouflaging Chameleons!!

    Fourth Grade STEM are working on animal adaptations.

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  • Roller Coasters

    Students in first grade were able to create roller coasters. Then they created a model of what they thought it would look like.

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  • Signs, Signs Signs

    Pre-K learning about signs.

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  • Honoring Veteran's Day

    Our country takes time out on Veteran's Day to offer thanks to those military members and their families for their service.

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  • Fire Safety

    Kindergartner's enjoyed visit from Allen's Crossroad Volunteer Fire Department. The firefighters taught them about fire safety.

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  • Outside Learning Classroom

    Mrs. Phillips’ second grade students participated in a reading lesson in the outdoor classroom this week. Mrs. Graybeal from OutTeach came to visit, and she taught students about fairy tale elements. .

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  • Students Takeover!

    This week students took over teaching the class. To wrap up our unit on forces and motion students were put on teams to teach the class on their given topic.

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  • Let's Go on a Scavenger Hunt Around the Globe!

    Students in Mrs. Johnson’s fifth grade class recently learned how to use Google Earth as a scavenger hunt tool! They had been learning to read maps using latitude and longitude coordinates, and Google Earth allowed them to travel the globe looking for various given locations.

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  • Second Grade Learning Safety Tips

    Second grade is off to a busy start learning all about school safety. They read the story, “Officer Buckle and Gloria,” by Peggy Rathmann. In this story, second grade teachers used the read aloud to reinforce rules and procedures.

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  • Spaghetti Challenge

    Students working together to complete the Spaghetti STEM Challenge.

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  • Summer Reading

    Summer time is the best time to read. When the weather is too hot to go outside and play, curl up with a good book. There is no better activity for children than to engage in reading for enjoyment.

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  • Tips for Survival Summer Break

    While the average child may be thrilled with the end of the school year approaching, the anticipation of summer break isn’t quite as thrilling for parents. Here are some tips to help your child stay on track and make the break more enjoyable for everyone.

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