March 2019

Storytelling Assembly

Attributions: 
Miss Susie Bird

In assemblies on Friday, March 1, we had the opportunity to hear from a story teller.  Kim Weitkamp, a professional storyteller, visited and shared her talent of singing, songwriting and storytelling.  We want to thank Mrs. Miranda Graves for arranging this assembly. Thank you, Kim, for sharing your amazing talent with us!

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Mrs. Beckert's Parent Message

Attributions: 
Mrs. Dana Beckert

Dear Parents,

In preparation for our Teacher Appreciation Week, the PTA would like to reach out to all parents and give everyone a chance to be involved. This is a great way to show your appreciation for your child’s teacher. If you would like to volunteer to help decorate a teacher’s door or help with the Teacher Appreciation Luncheon, please use the links below to sign-up. Thank you!

Door Decorating sign-up: https://www.signupgenius.com/go/10C0449AFAC2FA1F58-door

Food assignments for the Teacher Appreciation Luncheon: https://www.signupgenius.com/go/10C0449AFAC2FA1F58-teacher4

Also, on Wednesday, March 6th at 5:30 pm, we will be holding an informational parent meeting focused on classroom lessons given by the Prevent Child Abuse Utah Organization. These are lessons designed to help our students learn how to be safe. Please come learn more about this program and bring any questions you may have. You can also find more information about Prevent Child Abuse Utah at PCAUtah.org.

Also, today is a half day, students get out at noon. Kindergarten get out at 11:15am as usual on Monday's and there is no PM kindergarten.

Thank you so much for all your support!

Dana Beckert, Principal

Brookside Elementary

 

Candy Erosion

Attributions: 
Miss Susie Bird

In fifth grade, we are learning about weathering and erosion.  We did a simple experiment to see how water affects a skittle or an M&M.  We learned that water will break down (weathering) the color and the letter on the piece of candy.  Then it will be washed away (erosion) with the water.

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Brookside Praise Note Students For March 1, 2019

Attributions: 
Mrs. Dana Beckert

Alexa Salazar, Audrey Moore and Kate Neth finished the Xtra math challenge this week and helps set up the class room, Cruz Solorio has been reading over 100 minutes each week for the last three weeks, Sean Home is always kinds to others, Emely Arreola is always looking out for other people, Carter Petersen has been trying so hard to be a good classmate. Today he put everyones chair down, Braden Brooks always says nice things to everyone, Sadie Kentjana-Putra is always positive and works hard even if it isn't easy for her. She is a great example of positive determination, Quin Clegg always is one of the first to be on task. He is kind and willing to help others, David Sanders always tries his hardest and is careful with his work, Amelia Crawford always takes turns and is fair, Brynlie Seat helps other students with their work to help them understand, Jaycee Anderson is nice to everyone, Maxwell Sorenson doesn't give up even if he is in the "pit", Jense Harman has been a helper during guided reading all week, Nathan Thompson is dedicated to school spirit, Quin Clegg is always one of the first to be on task and willing to help others, Zak Clegg stayed on task during mentor sentences all week, great focus, Ryker Mortensen works hard in class and takes charge of his own learning, Symoni Berg helped other students with an assignment when they needed it, Korgan Howell is reading so well, great great, Adelaide Everly is working so hard during our reading groups, Gavin Strasburg is working so hard in class and is appreciated, Olivia Woodward works hard on her handwriting better, Seryiah Saavedra picked up our room without being asked, Kaison Copeland worked so hard on his animal report. He did his best work and focused until he finished, Sadie Child is always helping others in our class. She is a great student, friend, classmate and helper, Hank Boshell has brought his take home reading book back everyday this whole year of 2019, Carson Young helps classmate and answers questions during centers, and Ryan Fay encouraged a friend to not give up when the activity became hard, way to go!

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PJs and a Read-a-Thon

Attributions: 
Miss Susie Bird

Today at Brookside we were able to relax and wear out pajamas and comfy clothes!  Also, to celebrate Read Across America we held read-a-thons.  It has been a fun week in celebrations of Dr. Seuss' birthday.

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Crazy Hair Day

Attributions: 
Miss Susie Bird

We celebrated Who-Ville hair on Thursday, February 28, 2019.  The halls at Brookside was filled with crasy and scary hair.  It was fun to see all the creative and fun ideas.  Mrs. Beckert even got in on the fun!

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