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Our Brookside Halloween Parade

Submitted by alicia.rudd on Mon, 10/31/2016 - 10:58

Dear Parents,

Just a quick reminder that our Halloween Parade will be at 2:00 out on the grass behind the school.  

Parents can line up in the enclosed parent spot starting at 1:45.  Take all the pictures you would like and pick up your child at in the classroom after.

Our 6th grade will perform their annual Thriller dance for parents right after the parade and K-5 have gone in.  At this time parents can spread out on the grass to have the best view.  Please stay off the asphalt as that is where the 6th grade will perform.

Happy Halloween!

Mrs. Rudd

 

Who Wants To Be An Opera Star?

Submitted by amber.hobbs on Mon, 10/24/2016 - 14:07

Brookside Elementary had an amazing assembly today, we got visted by Utah Opera Symphony. They are part of the POPS (Professional Outreach Programs in the Schools). It was impressive and very engaging for the whole school. They performed by using a game show that the whole school got to participate in. They would ask questions that had to do with music and open it up to the students for the answer first. I didn't see any students who were engaged and happy the whole assembly. We are so grateful they came to perform for us and hope they come back every year.  

Attributions
Mrs. Hobbs

Interpreting Remainders

Submitted by amber.hobbs on Fri, 10/21/2016 - 10:48
The fifth graders are working with division and recently we performed some reader's theater's script to learn how to interpret the meaning of remainders. We learned about dropping the remainder when it isn't important, sharing the remainder, and rounding the remainder up.
Attributions
Ms. Bird

September Tigers of the Month

Submitted by amber.hobbs on Wed, 10/05/2016 - 07:45

First Grade: Henry Lewis, Tyler Fay, Grace Wilkerson, and Penelope Escobedo

Second Grade: Brynn Jones, Layla Miller, Nixon Young, and Charlie Smith

Third Grade: Chesni Clawson, Michael Mayo, and Nikki Ellison

Fourth Grade: Sophia Melendez, Emma Burris, Christine Cardenas, and Brynlee Johnson

Fifth Grade: Bennett Averett, Esmeralda Luna, and Cristal Lopez

Sixth Grade: Avery Oman, Tommy Wilde, and Emily Stewart 

 

Attributions
Mr. Gappmayer

2016-2017 Student Council

Submitted by amber.hobbs on Tue, 10/04/2016 - 19:35

This year Brookside Elementary wanted the focus of their student council to be on true leadership. The sixth grade students were able to pick up an application to apply for this position.  They were required to fill out and return the application, provide a teacher recommendation form, and write a short essay on what makes a good leader, what qualities they have that make them a good leader, and activities that would like to see our school do. Of the more than 40 applicants, the student council board narrowed them down to 24 based on their anonymous essays.

Attributions
Mrs. Antonino

Something Big Flash Mob

Submitted by amber.hobbs on Sun, 10/02/2016 - 18:06

https://youtu.be/N_iRcidH7Ak

Brookside Elementary's new theme this year is being BIG. The sixth grade learned a dance to Something Big and performed it at the school assembly in a flash mob way. 

Attributions
Mrs. Hobbs

Special Guests in Second Grade.

Submitted by amber.hobbs on Sat, 10/01/2016 - 12:04

Mrs. Stapel's class had two very special visitors. Dr. Stapel and Kista came by to show off Kista's amazing tricks. The kids loved it. Kista knew that the students had been reading stories about a dog named Mudge and thought they might like to have a dog come to school. This also gave the students a great opportunity to learn how to write a "Friendly Letter" to say thank you!  Thanks Kista! Thanks Dr. Stapel!

Attributions
Mrs. Stapel

Rubber Band Inventions

Submitted by amber.hobbs on Mon, 09/26/2016 - 13:14

Brookside 6th graders were given a STEM task to develop "non-traditional" uses for rubber bands. They were put into collaborative groups and given time to brainstorm ideas and make a prototype. From there, they were to take and gather mathematical data and present their idea in the form of a commercial. This was an educational activity that allowed the students to think out of the box as well as show off their sense of humor! We're so proud of our 6th grade students at Brookside Elementary! 

Attributions
Mrs. Wirfs

American History Talk Show

Submitted by amber.hobbs on Mon, 09/19/2016 - 06:56

In Social Studies this year, the fifth graders are studying American history.  We start by researching explorers that discovered America (usually on accident).  The students researched an explorer, finding information that they could use for a talk show.  They were acted to write a script for their talk show and then they presented them for their classmates. 

Attributions
Ms. Bird