School News

BoxTops for Brookside

Attributions: 
Mrs. Rudd

It's hip to clip! That's right! By clipping and collecting Box Tops for Education you can earn money for the school by buying products with the symbol on them. Simply clip and turn in to your child's teacher. PTA will gather them all up on Friday. The class with the most will earn a special prize.

The 2nd graders got a surprise visitor!

Attributions: 
Mrs. Stapel

Brookside 2nd graders have been reading stories about Henry and Mudge.  Henry is a little boy and Mudge is his dog.  On Tuesday, September 8th our  2nd Graders had a very special visitor.  It wasn't Mudge, but it was a four legged friend.  Dr. Stapel brought his poodle to school.  Her name is Kista Noelle Stapel.  She is a very cute and talented dog.  She came to show off her many tricks.  Kista had a lot of fun as she showed off all of the things she can do.  Here is a list of what she did; roll over, speak, shake hands, spin, dance, walk on her back legs, play dead, give a high 5 and a high 10 and hold treats on her nose.  The students just loved seeing her and are hoping that she will come back someday for another visit!
Thank you Dr. Stapel and Kista!

5th Grade Colony Balloon Fun!

Attributions: 
Ms. Bird

The fifth graders were learning about the thirteen original colonies in social studies.  Students were asked to research a colony and then, together, as groups of two or three, they created a colony balloon and presented their findings to the class. They had so much fun and they turned out great!

Mrs. Hall's Good Citizens!

Attributions: 
Mrs. Hall

Mrs. Hall's class was busy being good citizens at Brookside Elementary. They were contributing to making our school the best it can be. That shows a lot of Tiger proud and we appreciate it. Thank you for taking the time to help out Brookside!

Visiting Mrs. Broussard's class

Attributions: 
Mrs. Rudd

What a fun day to drop in on Mrs. Broussard. She was teaching students how they can recognize how others make them feel. But even better she taught them how to make themselves feel better when they get their feelings hurt. The students were so excited about the experiments and so engaged in the book and activity.

Classroom Drop-Ins

Attributions: 
Mrs. Rudd

I love being a principal! Do you know why? It's because of the children and their wonderful teachers.  I love to drop-in on classes to see what they are doing and to share in their learning.  Today I dropped in on Mrs. Pulley's AM class who were practicing writing the number 2.  Mrs. Gallagher's class was writing in their journals about something they did this weekend.  One boy went camping, another was writing about the lightening storm, a little girl wrote about playing soccer.  In Miss Christensen's class she was reading aloud and working on vocabulary words from the story.  Mrs. Hoffman's class was discovering words that contained the short a sound. Miss Packard's class was practicing writing the letter N in both upper and lower case.  So much learning happens in the classroom every day.  It's exciting!

August Pirate Pride Assembly

Attributions: 
Mrs. Hobbs

Brookside elementary has decided upon an exciting pirate theme this school year. Each month there will be new goals for the school to try and reach. Every month Mrs. Rudd will host a pirate pride assembly to recognize captain, crew, and pirates of the month. The captain of the month awards go to: Miss Bird, Mr. Hall, and Mrs. Gallagher, we are so lucky to have these amazing teachers at our school. The crew of the month award goes to: Mrs. Hobbs sixth grade class, Mrs. Mezas sixth grade class, and Miss Sahlins sixth grade class. Thank you to all of the sixth graders for being such great examples to all the other classes. The captains of the month award goes to: Ella Stoddard, Trevin Kelly, Quinn Levengood, Mia Garza, Jordan Thomas, James Strong, Kenzie Orozco, Julia Oberg, Sydney Erickson, and Ben Orme. Thank you for being a great example to all of the students at Brookside Elementary. We ended this wonderful assembly doing a pirate just dance song in which Mrs. Hobbs sixth grade class lead.

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