School News

Brockbank Book Fair is Coming

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Brockbank is excited about our upcoming Book Fair which will kick off this Friday, March 10 with our annual Dads and Donuts! Make sure to bring your dad, mom, grandpa, grandma or any special family member on Friday morning from 7:30-8:30 AM to browse through the book fair and enjoy a donut.  The book fair will run the following week March 13-16 before school, during lunch, and after school and all evening Thursday night during SEP conferences. The book fair will close Thursday evening.

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Hello, Brockbank Families!

We appreciate your support for our minimal day today!  This is a great day for our teachers to have professional development and make goals for our school!

Happy Birthday Dr. Seuss

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Happy Birthday Dr. Seuss!! To  celebrate, students wore crazy socks.  Principal Larraine Nelson went to each grade and read a Dr. Seuss book to the students. She read, "Fox in Socks!" The students really enjoyed having their principal read a book to them! Also the end of the day students sat in the hall and read books.

Brockbank Students Motivated to Read by Champions Rodeo Reading Challenge

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Spanish Fork is hosting the 2017 Wrangler Champions Challenge Rodeo for the fourth year on Saturday, June 3 at the Spanish Fork Fairgrounds. To help promote the rodeo and at the same time to encourage students to read, the city is offering a Champions Challenge Reading Contest. Bull fighter, Kevin Higley, Miss Rodeo Utah 2017, McKenna Hales, along with city officials came to Brockbank to entertain the students in a fun assembly and get them excited to read. 

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Hello, Brockbank Families!

We are welcoming the winter weather back again!  We seem to get a taste of spring and then, here comes the snow!  

We look forward to March and the many events that are planned for this month!

Brockbank Sixth Grade Students Participate in Science Fair

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Brockbank sixth-grade students participated in a science fair. Students learned about the scientific process and were then challenged to go home and conduct an experiment that answered a scientific question. The sixth-grade teachers were amazed at the quality of work done by the students. The students worked really hard on their projects. Parents and students from younger grades had the opportunity to go into the gym and look at the projects and ask questions.

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