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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
 
 

Summer Office Hours

Monday - Thursday      8:00am - 1:00pm

Closed Friday

 
Brockbank Library will be open Tuesdays
from 9-11 am

Brockbank Summer Bulletin

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Hello, Parents!
     I hope you are having a wonderful summer so far! The school is pretty quiet, and I look forward to having my wonderful students and staff back here, with me! Until then, I hope you are enjoying these beautiful summer days!

Brockbank Sixth Grade Students Graduate From Elementary School

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Tuesday, May 23, Brockbank Elementary held graduation for all sixth-graders advancing to Junior High School. Family and friends were invited to join the students in a fun evening. To start off students shared their singing talents, after which each student was introduced by their teacher and given his/her diploma. Many of the students began attending Brockbank in kindergarten, and have many happy and fun experiences at our school. It will be hard to see these students leave for junior high, but we wish them the best. We will miss them next year!

Brockbank Sixth-Graders Share Their Country Reports

To go along with the sixth-grade world history curriculum, students chose a country that they wanted to learn more about and do a report on. Each student researched pictures and interesting facts about his/her assigned country. Each student made a visual display representing their country.  Some presented on a poster, some dressed up in clothes typical of their country, and some brought artifacts.  All students shared facts about their country at their sixth-grade graduation for family and friends to see. It was a great way to learn about the many countries in the world.

Brockbank Encourages Students to Keep Reading This Summer

We want to keep your child reading! Summer reading loss is real! Research has proven that the impact of summer reading loss can be significant.

The  more time a child spends reading, the better reader they become. So the best thing you can do for your children is to read to them, reading with them,  and providing them opportunities for more reading.