This week we had a gobbling contest. We started in our classrooms and picked a representative to go to the office and show off their gobbling skills over the intercom. From there, there were three from the lower grades and three from the upper grades for a Gobble Off. Selected teachers listened carefully during the announcements on Tuesday and sent in their votes. Congratulations to Matthew Sawyer and Andrew Bott. They each one a turkey!
Every Friday, we want to celebrate being a Tiger by wearing our Brookside t-shirts. We want to thank our awesome PTA for helping every student receive a shirt. We also want to thank several business for their generous donations. Thank you Lemon and Sage Dinner Crafts, Dr. Gordon Stapel - Chiropractor, Central Bank, Nebo Credit Union, Peterson Plumbing Supply, Moab Outfitters, Birdies Power Equipment, and Child Enterprises.
We love our shirts. Remember every Friday is spirit, we look forward to seeing every student in their shirts.
Today our praise note students are Lydia Brown and Ronan Stansfield for picking up trash around the playground, JT Papa helped pick up a friends lunch garbage, Sterling Bushman picked up all of the paper towels off the floor in the boys bathroom, Hank Houston helped a friend in the bus line, and Aspyn Graves cleaned up paper at school. Lot's of great helpers this week keeping our school clean. Way to go tigers!
Miss Bradford’s class having fun learning their multiplication facts by playing games! Way to go, students! Keep on keeping on!
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Early this week, our fifth graders went on a field trip to BYU. They attended Kids Day at the Women’s Basketball game. The fifth graders cheered, danced and celebrates as they watched the Cougars win the game. They worked all game to get on the big screen. And finally, in the fourth period, they made it! It was a fun break to celebrate all the hard work the fifth graders have been doing.
Last week the fifth graders had a visit from Discovery Gateway Museum to learn a little about chemistry and chemical changes. Students listened and learned from a presenter and then they tried some experiments. In the first experiment, they tried to discover what white power would fizz when water was added. Then they turned cabbage juice pink or blue the back to purple. Thank you, Discovery Gateway for the fun experience.
Seth Eves helped a student with math when no one else could, Hank Boshell, Dylan Bejarano went above and beyond to be helpful with the substitute, Jayse Divine worked to get past being nervous and did his wax museum very well, Sean Home always shares his thinking during science to help the class understand, Dean Cardeanas went above and beyond to be helpful with the substitute, Michael Boyd cleaned up the room without being asked, Nixon Summers is always on
The fifth graders held their wax museum on Monday. They were asked to choose a famous American that they wanted to learn about. The students were required to read a biography about their person and take notes on them. Then, they wrote a speech about them. Finally, students dressed up as their person and became their wax statue. The school and parents were invited to their wax museum to learn about these famous people. These fifth graders worked so hard and did an amazing job. We are so proud of them!