School News

Dinosaurs!

Attributions: 
Mrs. Mijken Hall

Mrs. Hall’s class was learning about dinosaurs last week.  They make the CUTEST dinosaurs!

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Deck the Halls

Attributions: 
Miss Susie Bird

Deck the halls of Brookside Elementary.  Fa la la la la, la la la la. This the season to the jolly.  Fa la la la la, la la la la. Mrs. Tolley, our amazing art specialist, helped the students decorate the main hallway of the school.  It looks fantastic! Thank you, Mrs. Tolley for your dedication and your hard work to help these student create amazing artwork!

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Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer

Attributions: 
Mrs. Brynlee Pickering

Mrs. Pickering’s first grade class has been busy getting ready for the holidays. Over the last couple days they’ve been drawing, outlining, and watercoloring a picture of Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer. The kids were so excited to break out the watercolors. To say they are excited for the upcoming holiday would be an understatement. Way to go Tigers!

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Mrs. Beckert's Weekly Message

Attributions: 
Mrs. Beckert

December 3, 2018

Happy Monday, everyone! Here are just a few reminders for this week:

  • Wednesday is our PTA meeting and Volunteer Appreciation Brunch at 10:00 in the Tiger’s Den.

  • Our Christmas Choir Concert is Friday at 4:00 for our 4th-6th grade choir. They have been practicing and have prepared some fun songs to share.

  • On Friday, we will be having a lockdown drill at 9:15. This drill will help us practice what to do in case we ever have an intruder inside the school. I will go over the procedure during the morning announcements and help the students understand that it is just a drill and that they are safe. Teachers will do the same during the drill so students can remain calm and reassured.

Students must be checked out and dismissed from office when they leave school early. Therefore, we are asking parents to wait in the office when they come to check their students out of school.The secretaries will call down to the students’ class and have them come to the office. Thank you for helping us keep our students safe by following this policy.

Also, please make every effort to have your students here at school. We understand that there are illnesses and other circumstances that may keep a student from attending school, but hopefully those circumstances will be rare. We are happy to help students get caught up when such circumstances arise, but it is difficult when there are excessive absences. Teachers come prepared to teach curriculum standards and concepts and it is difficult when students are not here to receive the instruction. Thank you for all you do to support your students and their education.

Thank you and have a great week.

Dana Beckert

Santa's Beard

Attributions: 
Miss Susie Bird

The fifth graders are learning how to multiply decimals.  To make the task a little bit more enjoyable, the students made Santa beards.  They multiplied decimals, matched the problems to the solutions and then curled the ‘hair.’  The students loved making these beards. Bonus: their teachers could see how they did with this skill.

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Snowy Fun

Attributions: 
Mrs. Darla Stapel

The students were having so much fun at recess today playing in the first snowfall.  This group of students worked together to build the snowman.

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Learning to Code

Attributions: 
Mrs. Jana Ramos

Learning Code!   Mrs. Ramos' class learned how to code today.  Mr. Peterson is so helpful! We can make different characters move and dance.

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Praise Note Students For November 30, 2018

Attributions: 
Mrs. Dana Beckert

Austyn Oakey stayed behind in music to clean up without being asked, Cody Pulham stayed behind in music and helped set up the classroom, Zeke Diaz helped put chairs down for the whole class, Chloe Richmond helped set up the classroom, getting chairs down for everyone, Madilynn Robbins and Avery Riley picked up the trash on the playground, Josiah Fry always goes above and beyond to do his best work. He always raises his hand and adds to good class discussion, Leah Jones has been doing a great job at staying on task and working hard during class, Eleanor Ricks picked up trash on the playground.

Great job students. Thanks for making Brookside a great school.

Stained- Glass Windows

Attributions: 
Miss Susie Bird

The fifth grade has a tradition of making stained glass windows.  Day one the student cut pieces out of their paper to make the holes for their “glass.”  On the second day, the student glue in tissue paper creating their windows. Theses pieces of art are amazing.

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