Fifth Graders Hard Work Pays Off

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The Fifth Graders earned their way to the Provo Rec Center.  The fifth graders had to work hard, complete their assignments, and  show respect to others to attend this field trip.  And, it was worth it.  They played basketball, racquetball, pickle ball, and volley ball.  They also rock climbed.  Then, in the afternoon, they got to go swimming, slide, and jump off rocks.  The students, parents and teachers had a blast!

March Tiger's of the Month

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Tigers of the Month for March were 1st Grade: Gwenyth Fales, Cobi Blackburn, Jeryck McCoy, Raini Warren, Finleigh Lyman.   2nd Grade: Natalie Ellis, Esmeralda Luna, Noah Harding, Jacob Hallett.  3rd Grade: Georgia Wilde, Preston Hone, Chris Poole, Jeston Jacobson.  4th Grade: Carson Grover, Maren Farrer, Cheyenne Skinner, Jaxyn Ovard.  5th Grade: Clark Warren, Sydni Johnson, Ashley Schobert, Ty Elder.  6th Grade: Sydney Tolley, Evelyn Ethington, Emeline Harty.

Way to show others your Tiger Pride!

 

Keeping Our School Clean

First grader Alayna Forbush is keeping our school clean. She is Tammy Smith's class.

Many students at Brookside have taken it upon themselves to keep our school clean.  Students can often be found sacrificing their recess to pick up trash off the playground.  They even bring their own bags from home to collect it in.  

Miss Bird's Class Experiments with Static Electricity

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Susan Bird

The fifth graders in Miss Bird's class are learning about static electricity.  They got to try several experiments with balloons.  They rubbed the balloons on their hair, they raised little men off their desks, they made paper dance, stuck balloons to walls and much more

Celebrating a Job Well Done!

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Mrs. Rudd holds a very large Python
Mrs. Rudd holds a very large Python
Students receive prizes
Teachers transformed into mummies and dance to YMCA
Teachers transformed into mummies and dance to YMCA
Teachers transformed into mummies and dance to YMCA
Teachers transformed into mummies and dance to YMCA
Students Pop for Dollars
Students Pop for Dollars
Students Pop for Dollars
Student Council members turned into ice cream sundaes
Student Council members turned into ice cream sundaes
Student Council members turned into ice cream sundaes
Student Council members turned into ice cream sundaes

Students raiser over $10, 000 during the annual Brookside Read-A-Thon Fundraiser.  Students were asked to read as much as they could for an entire week.  Friends, family & neighbors made very generous donations based on the number of minutes read.  

As an insentive to read and bring in donations Mrs. Rudd, the school principal, told student she would face her fear of holding a very large snake if the goal was met.  Students exceeded everyone's expectaions and Mrs. Rudd kept her word.  During an assembly to recognize top readers and earners, Mrs. Rudd held a very large python.  

During this same assembly many students earned prizes (donated my community members) such as pogo sticks, movies, footballs, Studio C appareal.  One lucky student even won a WiiU.  Top reader's from each grade were rewarded with a special lunch at Magleby's with Mrs. Rudd. 

Other special events that happened during the assembly:

  • Several teachers were turned into toilet paper mummies. They then danced to YMCA in front of the entire school.
  • Student council members were turned into ice cream sundaes. 
  • Two students from each grade "Pop for Dollars."  Students popped balloons filled with cash.  

The fundraiseer was a great success! 

Mrs. Wirf's Class Meets a Python

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Mrs. Wirf's 4th grade class raised the most money during the school fundraiser.  Because of that, their reward was that they got to meet a python!

3rd Graders Love to Sing

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The third grade students love to sing. They have loved learning about history through music.  Students performed many patriotic songs to demonstrate their learning of the history of our country.  

Second Grade Makes Butter

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Second graders have been studying matter.  They perfomed many experiments to investigate all the properties of matter.  To demonstrate how matter can change states, students turned heavy whipping cream into butter.  To investigate how heat can be used to change matter students popped popcorn using air, microwaves and a hot surface.  Students learned matter can can state, but can never be destroyed.  

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