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Screen-Free Week!

Submitted by tiffany.whitney on Tue, 10/04/2022 - 08:24

Screen-Free BINGO!
October 3rd - October 7th
Brookside PTA is challenging our students to do other activities instead of watching TV, playing video games, or playing on tablet. Fill out the BINGO card and try and get a Blackout! Return the BINGO card to by Tuesday October 11th. Every student that returns their card gets a small prize and every person who gets a Blackout will win a Pizza Party for their Class. Let's be Screen-free this week!

Attributions
Brookside Elementary Office

September Tigers of the Month

Submitted by tiffany.whitney on Thu, 09/29/2022 - 16:10

September Tigers of the Month!
We are so proud of these student who have shown friendship to others, worked hard, tried their best, being kind to others and so much more. They got to eat lunch with Ms. Grant and they had so much fun!
WAY TO GO!

Attributions
Brookside Elementary Office

Third Grade Art Project

Submitted by susan.bird on Wed, 09/28/2022 - 07:59

Third graders, in Miss Bradford’s and Mrs. Knoebel’s class, had fun tracing life-size images of themselves for a class art project. Definitely a group of artistic and creative students. Keep it up, kids!

Attributions
Ms. Mary Jenn Bradford and Mrs. Mandy Knoebel

Field Trip

Submitted by susan.bird on Thu, 09/22/2022 - 08:36

Our fourth graders visited Springville Power Plant on a field trip. We were able to tour the plant and learn about electricity and safety. 

We toured the engine room and learned about what makes the engines run and kinds of things they do to keep these big engines and generators running. We also toured the control room to see how they keep track of everything. 

Attributions
4th Grade

Edible Utah Maps

Submitted by susan.bird on Wed, 09/21/2022 - 08:10

Miss Bird's Fourth Graders have been learning about maps.  Their focus has been on Utah and they have been learning about the different features of Utah, mountains, lakes, rivers, plateaus and deserts.  To bring this unit together, the student created a paper map of Utah adding some of the major landforms in Utah.  Then, they created an edible map out of graham crackers, frosting, chocolate chips and licorice.  The students had fun creating their maps and then eating them.

Attributions
Miss Susie Bird