Welcome to Brockbank Elementary

Front Entrance of Brockbank ElementarySchool Info

Brockbank Elementary
340 W. 500 N.
Spanish Fork Ut 84660
(801) 798-4025
(801) 798-4026
Alison Hansen


Christmas Break

Dec 22-Jan 2 (school resumes Jan 5)


Here is a fun website that your kids can play. They play these games in the computer lab. 





Brockbank Fifth-Graders Made Christmas Cards and Letters for Veterans

In Mrs. Frances Dyches’ computer lab, fifth grade students typed letters for veterans thanking them for their service and wishing them a Merry Christmas. The students then made Christmas cards in Mrs. Brenda Dudley's art class to go with the letters.  Mrs. Alexandra Dedrickson, a fifth-grade teacher,  took the cards and letters to the Central Utah Veteran's Home in Payson, to give to the veterans for them to enjoy.


Brockbank Staff Spotlight!


Mrs. Ashton Eccles teaches third grade at Brockbank. She and her husband live in Orem. Ashton likes college football (watching her favorite team the Georgia Bulldogs), Harry Potter, running, and watching netflix marathons with her husband. Some of her favorites are the color - hot pink, Reisens, Haribo Gummy Bears, mashed potatoes, musical group - Maroon 5, all Harry Potter books, movie - "Legally Blonde", and eating at Happy Sumo and Zupas. Ashton's favorite vacation destination is to go to New York City!

Brockbank Fifth-Graders Perform at Zion Bank's Lights on Ceremony


Brockbank fourth, fifth, and sixth grade students in their art class made ornaments for Zion Bank's Christmas Tree. Mrs. Brenda Dudley, art and music teacher, worked with the students on the decorations and the songs that were performed for the "Lights on Ceremony". December 2 a group of fifth graders along with Mrs. Brenda Dudley walked to Zion's Bank to decorate the tree and then December 3, fifth grade students were invited to sing at the bank. Students did a great job with the singing and the ornaments for the tree! 

Brockbank Fifth-Graders Graduate from D.A.R.E.


Friday, December 5, Brockbank fifth-grade students having completed their Drug Abuse Resistance Education (D.A.R.E.) training taught by Officer Bryan DeWitt of the Spanish Fork Police Department graduated. Officer DeWitt taught the students several lessons on drugs and ways to avoid drug use. He stressed the influences that drugs can have and the potential dangers. As part of the D.A.R.E. requirements, students were encouraged to write an essay on what they have learned.