Brockbank is excited to participate again this year with the character ed program called BFF Groups. We will be working together to create unity in our school! BFF stands for "Brockbank Family Friends" and our pledge is "We Stand Up for Our Friends!" It is exciting to see students making friends with students from different grade levels and to see the "big buddies" go pick up the "little buddies" to go to their groups. The groups meet once a month and cover a different situation that students might encounter at school or in life. For their first BFF group of the new school year.
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September 28, 1992, Mrs. Janice Nelson's third grade class buried a time capsule to be opened 25 years later. Student teacher at the time, Stephanie Richards was over the activity. The problem is no one expected that during the past 25 years changes would be made to the outside of the school and where the time capsule was buried is now a sidewalk. Custodian, Alan Clark tried to locate the time capsule with no luck. We apologize to the students from the 1992 third class that we couldn't open their time capsule as planned but a nice ceremony was held.. It was nice to have the principal, Mr.
We are sorry to announce that we have not been able to locate the time capsule buried on Sept. 28, 1992. We have dug and dug. 25 years is a long time and things have changed here at Brockbank. We are still trying to find it but are having no luck in finding it. We apologize to the 3rd grade class of 1992. If you would still like to come tomorrow we are planning on having a small celebration.
We would like to honor a very special lady that was part of our Brockbank family for over 23 years. Marie Hansen was a foster grandma in Mrs. Marcy Noorda's first-grade class and before that was in first grade with Mrs. Elaine Burnham. Marie was a remarkable lady, at 94 years old. She enjoyed crocheting, tying quilts, and collecting nutcrackers (which she loved showing off) she had 326 nutcrackers. At school Grandma Hansen listened to students read, count, do arithmetic and helped them with their classroom centers. Marie was honored in the Deseret News in July of 2016.
September 28, 1992, on a beautiful, sunny, autumn day, Mrs. Janice Nelson's third grade class buried a time capsule. This time capsule will be opened exactly 25 years from when it was buried on Thursday, September 28, 2017 at 10 am. Brockbank would like to invite anyone from that class or anyone else that would like to come to a short ceremony that morning.