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.
As a learning experience for social studies, Brockbank second-graders were assigned to do an oral report for their class. They chose either an animal or continent, did research on that animal or place, and then did a report on it. The students did a really good job preparing and giving their reports to the class. Parents and grandparents were invited to come and listen to their student give their report. Some of the students brought live animals to class. It was a great learning experience!
Brockbank Hershey Track Meet winners; Third Grade - Seth Argyle - 1st place softball throw (105') and 2nd place 50 meter run. Ethan Benson - 5th place 50 Meter Run. Mekeli Clark - 1st place 400 Meter Run, 5th place 100 Meter Run, and 2nd place girls 4X100 Meter Relay. Andrew Fox - 2nd place 400 Meter Run. Oaklee Giles - 1st place Softball Throw (65' 6") and 2nd place girls 4X100 Meter Relay. Austin Hansen - 6th place 50 Meter Run. Tess Newitt - 2nd place girls 4X100 Meter Relay. Aileen Sandoval - 3rd place Softball Throw (58' 3"). Garrett S
Spanish Fork City is hosting the 2014 Wrangler Champions Challenge Rodeo on May 31 at the Spanish Fork Fairgrounds. To help promote the rodeo and at the same time to encourage students to read, a bull fighter and the 2013 Fiesta Day 's queen and her second attendant came to Brockbank and entertained the students in a fun assembly. Students that meet their reading goal for the month of April got his/her name entered in a drawing to have a chance to win 2 free tickets to the rodeo. Brockbank's lucky winners were Owen Vincent and Jessica Farnsworth.
Ms. Kristi Jensen's recently had a special visitor come to school, Mrs. Jo Schaffer, who is Jack in Ms. Jensen's class' mom. She came and talked to the students about being safe, and showed them some martial arts moves, holds, blocks, and kicks. She told them if anyone tries to grab them to make lots of noise and don't stop. Students really enjoyed having her come and visit.