Early Out day is now on MONDAY
Kindergarten Registration was on March 16th. If we missed you, please come in!
Regular school registration for K-6 is August 1, 2017
This summer we are sponsoring two 2-day coding classes for current 6th-8th graders.
Springville Jr. High School
June 6-7, 8 am -noon
Registration Link: http://bit.ly/sjhscoding
Salem Jr. High School
June 15-16, 8 am-noon
These students were the ones that typed the highest words per minute. They got to compete with other 4th graders in the district. Great job to the following students 1 - Madoc Jones2 - Ethan Dover3 - McKenzie Cooper4 - Marisa Betts5 - Madelyn Walker6 - Lexie Antonino7 - Brigham Yeagley8 - Benjamin Orme
This year at Brookside Elementary we have 6 faculty members retiring and Principal Rudd is leaving for another job opportunity.
Mrs. Evans has taught for 21 years. 17.7 years was working as an aide in first grade and then 10 years as a full-time classroom teacher in third grade. Her favorite thing about Brookside is the kids of course!!!!
Brookside was spoiled by the PTA during teacher appreciation week. Everyday the students got to participate in dress up days like crazy hair, crazy socks, dress up like a star, and hat day. The teachers got served treats everyday during lunch as well. The theme was if you give a mouse a cookie and that is how they decided what treats to give us. Also, all of the teachers got their doors decorated. Thank you PTA!!
First Grade: Logan Busby, Evie Fluckiger, Jacob Mayo, and Casey Cottle
Second Grade: Adalyn Haglund, Arianna Sanchez, Reed McFerson, and Preston Ballard
Third Grade: Lydia Steiner, Zoie Curtis, and Sully Hall
Fourth Grade:McKenzie Cooper, McKinley Bartholomew, Eastn Rummage, and Kami Olsen
Fifth Grade: Calvin Barrager, Brooklyn Pugmire, and Jackson Blackburn
Sixth Grade: Sylvia Orme, Stephanie Orozco, and Eliza Yeagley
The fifth graders braved the rain on March 31 for their field trip to Camp Floyd. Students learned about what it was like to live in 1865. They started with a presentation about Johnston's Army coming into the Salt Lake Valley. They saw a real musket being fired, then they got some hands on experiences. They became riders in the Pony Express, they visited a museum and the Stagecoach Inn, learn to fire muskets, made adobe bricks and candles, and they got to see what it was like to be a student in 1865. The students had a blast.