Time Dance

Attributions: 
Mrs. Jorgensen

Time Dance

Second graders learn to tell time in am and pm. We act out what we would be doing each hour of the day, put it to music and call it our Time Dance.

5:00 am Sleeping

7:00 am. Waking up

10:00 am Recess, bouncing balls, shooting hoops.

11:00 am Reading

4:00 pm Eating a snack, a nice big juicy apple.

10:00 pm Sleeping

November Tigers of the Month

Attributions: 
Mr. Gappmayer

November Tigers of the Month

First Grade: Ella Roberts, Ashton Forsyth, Irelynn Waycasey, Logan Jensen, Paige Stemmons, and Oakley Johnson

Second Grade: Brennan Herring, Emma Archer, Sami DeLlamas, and Kolby Laing

Third Grade: Brynlee Johnson, Bryan Salazar, Ethan Prestwich, Emma Burris, Abner Magana, and Ashley Fitzgerald

Fourth Grade: Lorelei Hansen, Ellie Grover, and Adia Clanton

Fifth Grade: Lucy Brown, Caroline Simpson, and Amanda Felix

Sixth Grade: Adison Green, Leah Lanier, and Kennedy Anderson  

 

Third grade gratitude

Attributions: 
Mrs. Evans

Mrs Bird, Mrs Evans, and Mrs Broussard's third graders set their table with what they could do to show gratitude. They learned a lot and did a wonderful job. 

November Pirate Pride Assembly

Attributions: 
Mrs. Hobbs

The Captains of the month of Novemeber were Mrs. Rudd, Ms. Wertner, and Mrs. Harrison. They are all wonderful examples to the teachers and students at Brookside elementary. They care about all of their students and put in a lot of hard work. The crews of the month were: Mrs. Gallagher's PM class, Mr. Andersons, Ms. Wertners, and all of the fifth grade classes. For the pirates of the month we had: Melanie Shalvis, Aron Alvidrez, Ella Whatcott, Lilia Hernandez, Alayna Forbush, Dylan Reilly, Jayden Pickering, Kade Dellamas, Lydia Brooks, Reese Nelson, Ben Lewis, Jonatan Naranjo, Swayer Grover, and Landon Holt.

Thanksgiving Turkey facts!

Attributions: 
Mrs. Hobbs

Mr. Anderson invited Mrs. Hobbs class in with his to teach them about turkeys. At the end they got a quiz and the second graders beat the sixth graders. We learned a lot of new words like worttle and snood. 

Fifth Grade Wax Museum

Attributions: 
Miss White

The Fifth grade began a new tradition this year:  the Wax Museum.  The fifth graders read a biography, wrote a speech, memorized it and then presented their speech on November 13.  These fifth graders worked hard and did an amazing job!

Meet your 2015-2016 Student Council

Attributions: 
Mrs. Hobbs

This year on the student council we have 16 wonderful students. They have been very responsible and amazing leaders already. On November 9th we went to a leadership conference at BYU to learn about being great leaders. Some of our keynote speakers were John Bytheway, Brad Barton,  Darroll Young, and Brent Burnham. The students had a lot of fun and learned a lot. Zack Antonino said, "John Bytheway taught him it's better to be respected than popular". Halle Fales said, "We learned to stop bullying and to not label people". 

October Tiger of the Month

Attributions: 
Mr. Gappmayer

October Tigers of the Month

First Grade: Peter Harlow, Zak Clegg, Delylah Whitman, Cater Bartholomew, Maximus Baggs, and Benjamin Smith

Second Grade: Hunter Adams, Zoey Mayberry, Kaleb Roper, and Chloe Richmond

Third Grade: Tyson Eves, Caroline Poole, John Kauwe, Natalie Aragon, Madelyn Walker, and Brady Peterson

Fourth Grade: Hildy Mangum, Magnum Stewart, and Atticus Liddiard

Fifth Grade: Piper Koense, Ethan Stewart, and Melany Luna

Sixth Grade: Calianne Skinner, Taylor Petersen, and Carson Grover 

 

Get ready for the Book Fair!

Attributions: 
Mrs. Giles

The book fair is coming up in a couple of weeks and we are so excited. It will be held in the library and will go through November 16-20. Books make a very good Christmas present :) Come in and support our school. 

What is a Meteorologist?

Attributions: 
Mrs. Wirfs

Our 4th grade classes have started a science unit on Meteorology. To begin, we needed to learn all about what a meteorologist is and does. We studied, read, and researched to gather information, then wrote reports. After that, we turned our meteorologist into US! They don their rain gear complete with hats, gloves, ponchos and boots.

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