Welcome to Brockbank Elementary

Front Entrance of Brockbank ElementarySchool Info

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

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

https://sites.google.com/a/nebo.edu/brockbankcomputerlabs/

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Brockbank Staff Spotlight!

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Mrs. EmmaLee Stewart is a first grade teacher here at Brockbank. She and her husband live in Spanish Fork. She likes reading, zumba, and history (especially World War II). Some of EmmaLee's favorites are the color - turquoise, Reeses Sticks, coca-cola,  singer Taylor Swift, books - Harry Potter series, movie - "Wreck it Ralph",  watching Utah Jazz basketball, and eating at Chili's. Her favorite place to vacation is Disneyland! Something no one knows about her is that her middle name is Starr.

Brockbank Fourth-Graders Perform Pioneer Program

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Photos by Amberly Kariuki and Amy Sanford

On Wednesday, November 12, the fourth-grade students at Brockbank Elementary celebrated their Utah Heritage with a pioneer program. Students dressed in pioneer/cowboy attire sang and danced like the pioneers did so many years ago. Parents were then invited to dance with their student for some fun square dancing. It was a fun evening and everyone enjoyed themselves!

Brockbank Sixth-Graders Learn About Ancient Egypt

Recently Brockbank sixth-graders learned about ancient pyramids. They learned about who, what, and why the pyramids exist. They also learned all about the mysterious King Tut. One fun activity they got to do was to create their own sarcophagus out of paper. They laid on the floor while someone traced them and then they used metallic paints and oil pastels to make them dazzling and bright. Another activity they had fun with was mummifying stuffed animals. They took out all the stuffing out and then put them in a box (sarcophagus) wrapped it in toilet paper.