Spotlight - Christina Broussard
Mrs. Christina Broussard teaches second grade. She is amazing at what she does. She has been teaching for nine years and can teach any grade level you give her. She is kind, understanding and very funny. She is a great party planner and concerned about others. We are lucky to have Christina in our Brookside family.
1000th Day of School
Today was the fifth graders 1000th day of school! We added up all the years they’ve been on school since kinder and it equals 1000 days. They participated in some fun 1000 themed activities and had a blast! They made chains with 1000 memories of school, tested if a sucker could take 1000 licks, planned a trip for just $1000, and recorded 1000 words we know. We are excited to see what the next 1000 days of school will bring!
Spotlight - Natalie Miller
We are so excited to welcome our new Speech Language Pathologist, Mrs. Natalie Miller. Mrs. Miller was recently hired to help our student with speech. We are excited to have her here at Brookside and look forward to getting to know her. Welcome to the Brookside family, Mrs. Miller.
Second Graders Visits the Aquarium
Our Second Graders went on an o
Spotlight - Miss Kelly White
Miss Kelly White is one of our fifth grade teachers. She is in her ninth year of teaching and has taught both third and fifth grades. She is compassionate, understanding, patient and caring.
Spotlight - Miss Breanne Iverson
Ms. Breanne Iverson is one of our second grade teachers. She has taught for two years here at Brookside. She does an amazing job with those second graders. We love having Breanne here at Brookside.
Nebo Schools Open on Regular Schedule Thursday, February 23, 2023
All Nebo schools will be open on the regular schedule for Thursday, February 23, 2023. We truly appreciate the city, county, state, and district personnel for their diligent work in our recent storm across our district. Please remember that school closures are rare. In most cases, school will remain in session even with Utah's climate. Because weather conditions may vary greatly in different neighborhoods and on different streets, we encourage parents to make attendance decisions for their own students.