Mrs. Lamb has worked at Brookside elementary for 15 years. She has been a much loved and appreciated skills lab technician. She was raised here in Springville and married her high school sweetheart. She has 3 children, and 11 grandchildren and loves spending as much time as she can with them. She enjoys traveling and shopping. She overcame a great trial this year and came out a survivor. Brookside elementary would not be the same without her. Congratuations Mrs. Lamb! You're the best!
Mrs. Mijken Hall received a Nebo Foundation Grant today for $125.00 to go toward classroom literacy. We appreciate the foundation and the board who give of their time fulfilling wishes and needs throughout the district. A big thank you to Mrs. Hall and her special education technicians for all your hard work and time that you put into your jobs here at Brookside Elementary
Monday, April 9, 2018
I hope you had a wonderful spring break filled with family and fun! It was so good to get back to school today and be with the students again. I miss them when they are gone!
Thank you to Mallori Strong, PTA members, and volunteers for providing our staff and teachers with a wonderful teacher appreciation week. We were definitely spoiled. I am so grateful for our dedicated staff and teachers who work hard each day to meet the needs of our students. It is a great place to be!
Just a few reminders as end-of-year testing begins:
Please make an effort to have students here each day. If you know your student is going to be absent, please contact the teacher so arrangements for makeup testing can be made.
Please make sure your child gets a good night’s sleep and eats a healthy breakfast.
Remain positive about the testing. This is a great opportunity for students to show what they know.
Be watching for the April’s Newsletter in the next couple of days. Thank you!
Have a great day!
Mrs. Stapel's 2nd Grade class performed the Wizard of Oz for the school and parents last week. A big thank you to Mrs. Stapel for all the time and effort she put into this wonderful opportunity for the children. Also, thank you to Mrs. Heather Clegg for all her help with the production and playing the piano.
We only had a handful of students that were recognized this week but they did great things! Jonathan Tenney and Kimbal McFerson helped pick up trash off the playground, Simon Carreno-Cox can make the class laugh, Ava Nielson is always sharing, Kamry Clement is always thankful, and Sina Afemui played a math game with a classmate.
Great job students, we appreciate your positive efforts!
Mrs. Jorgensen's class has been learning about measuring in inches, feet, and yards. We went outside with chalk and yard sticks to measure how tall we are and how tall some animals are. The salt water crocodile was the longest at an amazing 23 feet.