Hello, Brockbank Families!
We are excited about Valentine’s Day and the fun activities that we will all be involved with.
Stakeholder’s Survey: On Wednesday, February 8, 2017, you should have received an email from Nebo School District asking you to complete a survey regarding our school’s effectiveness. If you have not taken this survey, we hope that you will take the time to fill it out and let us know your thoughts. It will close on February 26th. The survey will also be available in Spanish. We appreciate your participation!
Friday, February 10, Brockbank had two representatives, from the Utah Water Van program come to visit. The Utah Water Van is an educational outreach program about Utah's wetlands and is offered by The Living Planet Aquarium to fourth-grade students throughout Utah. Fourth-grade students are allowed through the use of models, to see and better understand the importance of Utah's wetlands and about some of Utah's native wetland plants and animals.
Back; Steven Sloan, Henry Bethers, Desiree Grant, Makenzee Sparks, Mikaela Probst, Kaleb Robertson, Keaton Palmer, Christian Rigtrup, Maisie Adams, Emily Clark, and Principal Larraine Nelson.
Front; Taylor Jones, Easton Taylor, Sam Oldham, Hayden Nelson, Jaxon Hansen, Emmalyse Beecher, Ben Clark, Sydnie Shepherd, and Treyson Christensen.
Hello, Brockbank Families!
We have had quite the week with the weather! I just want to reassure you that I check the air quality and temperatures each day. We keep the students in if the temperature is below 20 degrees and/or the air quality is poor.
6th Grade Science Fair: Friday, February 10th will be our 6th Grade Science Fair. We are looking forward to what our students are discovering and what they will share with us that day!
Brockbank Elementary celebrated "100 Days of School!" Students celebrated this day in several different ways. First-graders used the number 100 in math skills like counting and place value; they wrote down 100 words that they have learned how to read and write this year; they drew pictures of what they would look like if they were 100 years old; they made cool glasses to wear; and they named 100 things you can eat and 100 things you cannot eat.
Brockbank kindergarteners recently celebrated making it through "100 days of school". To celebrate this achievement they had a fun filled day of activities centered around the number 100. They earned an official "100 Day" certificate by completing the following activities; counting 100 objects, taking a 100 step walk, completing 100 seconds of silence (at least tried to), discussing what they could eat 100 of, and there was a 100 drops of water test.