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The teacher that showed the most "Disney Spirit" throughout the week of April 15-19 was fourth grade teacher, Mrs. Cynthia Loreen and the teacher with the most spirit for Friday was speech teacher, Mrs. Robin Martin. Mrs. Loreen was given a cake made by Charlee Mabey, who is in Mrs. Loreen's class (it was not rigged). Mrs. Martin was given a Mickey Mouse cookie cutter.
For Teacher Appreciation Week teachers and staff enjoyed a "Magical Week" at "The Happiest Place on Earth" aka Brockbank Elementary! Monday started with a "Character Breakfast" of french toast, yogurt parfaits, fruit, juice and milk. Mouse ears and lanyards with a "Brockbank FastPass to Fun" were given. Tuesday was a "Bibbidi Bobbidi Beverage Bar" where you could create unique soda combinations. Wednesday was lunch was served at Goofy's Kitchen (aka teacher's lounge), a "Hot Diggety Dog Bar". Thursday there was Downtown Disney Deliveries made by "Mary Poppins, Mrs.
On Friday, April 19, kindergarten students at Brockbank Elementary entertained their parents and grandparents with a fun program. They showed them what they have learned this year by each student memorizing a small speaking part, singing songs and watching a fun slide show. The students worked really hard practicing and performing this program and all of them did a great job!
The Nebo Education Foundation meets each month to discuss submitted educational grant proposals for students in Nebo School District. One of the goals of the foundation is to fund worthwhile projects in the district that provide resources to enrich student learning. Brockbank's sixth grade team recently received one of those grants.
The Nebo Education Foundation meets each month to discuss submitted educational grant proposals for students in Nebo School District. One of the goals of the foundation is to fund worthwhile projects in the district that provide resources to enrich student learning. Sherry Plasted was recently one of those recipients.
Brockbank Elementary participated Thursday, April 18, in the "Great Utah Shake Out" that was held throughout Utah, by holding a school wide earthquake drill. The purpose is make sure everyone is ready if a big earthquake hits the Wasatch Front. Brockbank believes it is important to be ready by having monthly fire, earthquake, or lockdown drills throughout the year. It is important to know what to do if anything were to happen, we want our staff and students to be prepared.