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September 2020

Mask Break

Submitted by susan.bird on Tue, 09/15/2020 - 13:42

MASK BREAK. We haven’t let this pandemic stop us!  We have gotten creative in how we are teaching our students. This is a great example. Mr. Anderson decided to take his students outside for a lesson. Covid hasn’t stopped him or his class from enjoying the day.

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Ms. Mary Jenn Bradford

Principal Beckert's Weekly Message

Submitted by liz.porter on Tue, 09/15/2020 - 09:43

September 11, 2020

Dear Parents,

We have had another great week at Brookside! We have had our success and our challenges but we continue working hard to provide a sound, happy, and educational environment. We have a fabulous staff who loves and cares about our students. Thank you for the support and patience shown these past couple of weeks. 

Principal Beckert

Morning Meeting

Submitted by susan.bird on Fri, 09/11/2020 - 11:42

Mrs. Smith has a student teacher right now.  They start out each morning with a morning meeting.  They are staying safe by wearing masks and physically distancing themselves while they share in this meeting.  These pictures show their morning Meeting with our UVU Student Teacher, Mrs. Bailey. What a great way to start the day!

Mrs. Tammy Smith

Brookside Praise Note Students For September 11, 2020

Submitted by liz.porter on Fri, 09/11/2020 - 10:05

Maggie Elder always is lending a helping hand to her classmates and teacher, Maclynn Thompson is always a positive attitude and is constantly making others smile, Harrison Anderson is doing a great job in math. He always works hard and is willing to share his knowledge, Lucy Garrett is so sweet and kind!

Principal Beckert

Free Breakfast and Lunch to All Nebo School District Students

Submitted by susan.bird on Thu, 09/10/2020 - 15:32

Beginning Monday, September 14, 2020, Nebo School District will be switching to an “Open Restricted Meal Program.” Under this program, breakfast and lunch are available for free to all students enrolled in Nebo School District, including remote learners.

Click on the website for more information: http://www.nebo.edu/node/3197

Reflections - I Matter Because...

Submitted by susan.bird on Wed, 09/09/2020 - 15:40

Call for Entries!  The due date for Reflections Entries is Friday October 2, 2020.  All entries will be submitted online this year.  To enter, visit www.utahpta.org/ref  If you have a visual arts entry (2D, 3D, etc), take a quality photo or scan it and upload the file to the website with your student's entry.  The school will NOT be accepting any physical entries this year.  Visit www.pta.org/reflections for more in

Force and Motion

Submitted by susan.bird on Tue, 09/08/2020 - 14:46

We learned about force and motion today. We sent different sized vehicles down a large ramp and a small ramp and compared how far they traveled!

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Mrs. Mijken Hall

Brookside Elementary Praise Note Students

Submitted by liz.porter on Tue, 09/08/2020 - 12:34

Mathew Sawyer is a great friend and always helping others, Cooper Chapman has been throwing away garbage around the school, Arianna Rees helped carry science supplies into Mrs. Bird's class, and Aspyn Graves says thank you whenever the teacher does something for her.

#brooksidepraisenotestudents, #brooksidetigers

Principal Beckert

Early Explorers

Submitted by susan.bird on Thu, 09/03/2020 - 14:57

In fifth grade social studies, we started by learning about early explorers.  Students were asked to research and learn about an explorer, then they created a poster to share the information they learned.  Students were then able to read about all the explorers that were researched. These fifth graders did an amazing job.

Miss Susie Bird