3rd Grade Puts on a Show!

Attributions: 
Crystal Spencer
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The 3rd graders held a performance for students and parents on November 19th.  It was a readers theater based on a children's book called, "Double Trouble in Walla Walla" by, Andrew Clements.  The 3rd graders worked hard learning songs and some "crazy dazy" lines! They had the audience laughing and did a truly magnificent job!

Learning About Religion

Attributions: 
Ashley Roberts

We are learning about the 5 major world religions in social studies.  We learned about Mandalas and how early religions as well as religions today express their beliefs in the art work of mandalas.  There are still mandalas in churches and religions today!  The mandalas are a way to learn your own heart.  The main shape in a mandala is a circle.  Circles are seen in many things, life cycles, planets, moons, everything circles around the center of the universe. We learned how to draw/design our own mandalas.  It was a lot of fun to watch how each mandala was unique to each student no two mandalas were the same.

Lilly and Miss Liberty

Attributions: 
Kathleen Evans

A group of third graders read Lilly and Miss Liberty in reading
groups, then made Liberty Crowns just like in the book!  pictured:
Bennett Averett,  Bennett Fillmore,  Hannah Smith,  Benson Rigtrup,
and Sophia Barranger

Journey on the Mayflower

Attributions: 
Becky Jorgensen

Second grade students at Brookside learned about Pilgrims coming to America on the Mayflower.  We read books,discussed, and wrote about what they would need to take with them in a trunk.  As a culminating activity we went outside and drew the dimensions of the Mayflower.  Students were given beef jerky and dried apples to eat as they sat within the measurements of the ship.There was not much room, privacy, or variety of food for the 2 months aboard the ship.    We decided it was not a very fun trip.   

We The People

Attributions: 
Susan Bird

The fifth graders held their program on November 11.  Their program, "We the People" focused on America, the government and the responsibility that we have as American.  The fifth graders worked hard learning their songs and it all paid off.  Miss Roach, Miss White and Miss Bird are so proud of all their hard work.  They did awesome!

Understanding Percent

Attributions: 
Diana Gonzalez

Mrs. Gonzalez class is applying their understanding of percent to order a meal for 4 including tax and tip for under $40

The World Would Be a Better Place If... Reflections Winners Assembly

Attributions: 
Literature
Photography
Film Production
Dance Choreography
Music
3-Dimensional Art
Visual Arts

Brookside Students attended an assembly where the school level Winners and Awards of Merit were announced for the Reflection Contest.  Winners will move on to the District Level.

The Winners are:

Literature - Abigayle Burris, Brayden Smith, Eli Whiting, Lexi Pugmire and Molly Hunter

Photography - Garrett Kilgrow, Hannah Thayn, Kadree Thomas, Kate Peterson and Zoie Smith                                Award of Merit: Lexi Love, Emma Thayne and Anna Parker

Film Production - Cash Bradley, Edie Wilde, Hildy Mangum, Isaac Wasden and Thomas Wilde

Dance Choreography - Edith Knoebel and Emma Thayne

Music - Isaac Marshall, Garret Henrie and Imogen Weight

3-Dimensional Art - Blaine Bartholomew, Eli Whiting, Hannah Thayne, Jens Cutler and Shyla Torsak                         Award of Merit: Abigail Taylor, Alejandro Villicana, Lorelei Hansen and McKay Francom

Visual Arts - Alejandro Villacana, Ava Barker, Imogen Weight, Jenny Wallentine, Lydia Torsak and McKay Whiting       Award of Merit: Andrea Hawker, Ashly Schobert, Emma Creer and Quinn Root

The arts—and the National PTA Reflections program—support student success and serve as a valuable tool for building strong partnerships in your school community. Celebrate arts learning in your school community with Reflections

National PTA Reflections welcomes all grades and abilities to explore and be involved in the arts. Annually, thousands of students will reflect on a common theme and create original works of art in the categories ofdance choreographyfilm productionliteraturemusic compositionphotography and visual arts.

The world would be a better place if... is the theme for the 2014-2015 school year. This theme by Mercedes Messer of Puyallup, Washington was selected through the Reflections Theme Search Contest. When asked what inspired her theme, Mercedes said, “Our world, because I care about it and wanted to know other kids’ ideas on how we could make it a better place.” Join the search for a future theme by entering the annual Theme Search Contest. 


 

October Tigers of the Month

Attributions: 
Eric Gappmayer

Tigers of the Month for October were 1st Grade: Andrew Olson, Kyle Divine, Ella Whatcott and Haydyn Woodland. 2nd Grade: Tyler Truscott, Alaynia Forbush, Jocelyn Oakey, Kayden Bjarnson, Eli Whiting and Brigham Yeagley. 3rd Grade: Joaquin Diaz, Dallin Kilgrow, Cressida Roper and Kira Francom. 4th Grade:  Melanie Shalvis, Abbie Burris, Ben Elder and Avery Oman. 5th Grade: Oakley Toelupe, Kade DeLlamas and Trevor Grover.  6th Grade: Addison Arevalo, Maia Kentjana Putra, William Holloway and Jocelyn Juarez.

Congratulations! Thanks for being terrific examples to everyone at Brookside! 

Clark Planetarium Pays Brookside a Visit

Attributions: 
Amber Hobbs

We would like to give a big thank you to Clark planetarium for coming and doing an amazing presentation for the fourth, fifth, and sixth graders. Every single student was intrigued the entire time. 

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