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:
Larraine Nelson

Mission Statement

Working together we will provide an optimal education by establishing:
- a foundation of challenging academic opportunities and creativity;
- a respectful, responsible citizenry;
- a desire for life long learning.
 
Banking on the Future . . .
Accounting for Every One


PTA Reflections 

2016-2017 Theme

"What Is Your Story?"

Due Monday, October 24



Brockbank Bulletin

Hello, Brockbank Families!

Thanks for your support with our minimal day today! 

We want to congratulate our great secretary, Brenda Johnson, for receiving a PEAK Award from Nebo District!  Brenda works so hard as our secretary and loves each student here.  She is helpful to everyone and makes sure our school is ready to go each day!  Congratulations, Brenda!

Brockbank First Graders Learn About Friendship by Reading Book, "Enemy Pie"

Attributions: 

Brockbank first-graders read the book, "Enemy Pie" written by Derek Munson about a boy whose summer is ruined when Jeremy Ross moves in and becomes number one on the enemy list. Fortunately, for the boy his father has a secret recipe for a pie that is guaranteed to help get rid of enemies. While his Dad works on mixing the ingredients and baking the pie, he explains that his son's role in the plan is that he needs to spend a day with his enemy. Even worse, he has to be nice to him. It sounds tough, but the boy decides to give it a try.

Brockbank's PTA Wants School Spirit to Shine!

This year for School Spirit, the PTA would like to see Brockbank's School Spirit Shine! There is going to be friendly competitions between classes on Fridays. On Friday, teachers will tally the students wearing school colors on that day and send their classroom percentage to the office. The goal is to get 100%! Brockbank's school colors are NAVY & MAROON! If they don't have a school shirt students can still be counted by wearing navy, or maroon, or even a shirt with a horse on it.