Tuesday, October 29, the first-grade students at Brockbank Elementary spent the day at Cornbelly's Corn Maze at Thanksgiving Point. They enjoyed all the activities learning about farming and agriculture. The first-graders enjoyed bouncing on the jumping pillows, the "big" rocking chair, riding on the hay wagon, but especially liked walking through the corn maze. Each of the students got a small pumpkin to bring back with them. It was a fun day! Brockbank first-grade students and their teachers really appreciate the Herbst family for allowing them to come and enjoy the day!
Brockbank is happy to announce the Hansen Heroes for October.
Picture #1 - Miracleen Siilata, Alex Hansen, Easton Romero, Gentry Wolf, Principal Alison Hansen, Maklain Shepherd, Jackson Baum, and Trae Armour. Absent from photo, Brinnley Gordon.
Picture #2 - Parker Coe, Wade Jones, Redick Sloan, Sydney Vincent, Principal Alison Hansen, Mikah Banks, Meilani Stanton, Krissy Bishop, Jackson Bowen, and Kate Ethington.
Tuesday, October 29, Sonic sponsored a Brockbank night. Between the hours of 5-8 pm, a percentage of all sales made during that time given to our school. We would like to thank Sonic for their continued support in education and all of our amazing Brockbank families that participated in this fun evening!
All week posters have hung in the lunchroom that classrooms made pledging to be drug free. At the end of the week a poster was selected as a winner and that class received a treat. There were a lot of really good posters but Mrs. Alexa Stott's second grade classes' poster "I'd Rather Eat Bugs Than Do Drugs!" was chosen as the winner.
Red Ribbon Week concluded Friday, October 18 with School Spirit Day. Students were encouraged to wear their school shirts or school colors (maroon or navy blue) to show that "Brockbank Elementary is Proud to be Drug Free! Soar High on Life Not Drugs!" All week drawings were held in classrooms with students winning different prizes or treats. On Friday, each teacher drew two names of students in their class and sent those names to the office where Principal Alison Hansen then drew two winners. Lucky winners were Will Jensen and Sydnie Shepherd!
Brockbank Elementary held their annual "Dads and Doughnuts" on Friday, October 18. The students, along with their dads, moms, grandparents, or other special family members came and were able to browse for books through the book fair and then enjoy doughnuts, juice or milk. Brockbank students and faculty would like to thank the PTA for sponsoring this fun morning.
Macey's wants to help your school earn money this school year! Brockbank is participating in School Cents and you can help us earn money by shopping at Macey's! Here's how: 1. Connect your Perks account with Brockbank to learn about perks visit: maceys.com/perks 2. Shop at Macey's It's that simple! You can also come to Brockbank's PTA Days at Macey's! Which is this Friday, October 25, 2013
Macey's wants to help your school earn money this school year!
Brockbank is participating in School Cents and you can help us earn money by shopping at Macey's!
1. Connect your Perks account with Brockbank
to learn about perks visit: maceys.com/perks
2. Shop at Macey's
It's that simple! You can also come to Brockbank's PTA Days at Macey's!
Which is this Friday, October 25, 2013
Brockbank Elementary celebrated National School Lunch Week during the week of October 14 - 18. The school lunch program has made it possible for schools to serve wholesome and nutritious meals to students. To help celebrate a coloring contest was held where students were to draw a picture of their favorite place in the USA. A first and second place winner from each school was chosen by the lunch staff and sent to the District Office to be judged there. All of the students did a fantasic job, it was a hard decision but Brockbank winners were Macie Clark and Brayden Banks!
Red Ribbon Week continues at Brockbank. On Thursday, October 17, it was "Play Hard, Play Clean!" The students learned how important it is to remember to stay healthy and stay active, physically and mentally. A healthy mind is less likely to take drugs! For a fun activity some of the Spanish Fork High School athletes came to Brockbank during their lunch hour to play with students. Some of the high school students attended elementary school at Brockbank!