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Brockbank Fourth-Graders Rewarded for Reaching Reading Goal

Submitted by brenda.johnson on Thu, 01/12/2012 - 10:54
Makayla Mitchell, Katelyn Porter (Snowman), Jordan Robertson, Haygen Kogianes, Jace Hanks. Front- Hunter Jones, Tristan Mann, and Mason Olson

Brockbank fourth-graders in Mrs. Cynthia Loreen's class were recently rewarded for meeting their reading goals by participating in a fun activity. The students divided into groups and had snowman relays and since there is no snow, one student was the snowman and the other students "built the snowman" as fast they could to beat the other teams. They had to wrap their snowman and cut out pieces of paper to make the mouth, nose, and buttons. It was a fun activity and a great reward for working so hard.

Brockbank Hansen Heroes for December

Submitted by brenda.johnson on Fri, 12/30/2011 - 18:27
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Brockbank is happy to announce the Hansen Heroes for December!

Picture #1 - Back; Adrianna Kirk, Ashlyn Losee, Karlee Baum, Principal Alison Hansen, Shaylie Harrison, and Garrett Smith. Front; Emmie Olson, Amoe Schaerrer, Taylor Gull, and Tyron Porter. Absent from photo; Hannah Oldham.

Picture #2 - Kaleb Anderson, Katelyn Schaugaard, Cassady Gappmayer, Principal Alison Hansen, Lyssa Fisk, Mikayla Frost, Emma Argyle, and Zach Preece. Front; Marcos Miles and Trey Page.

Brockbank Second-Graders Perform Program and Make Gingerbread Houses

Submitted by brenda.johnson on Fri, 12/23/2011 - 23:46
Peyton and Matthew Harrison

Second-grade students at Brockbank Elementary celebrated the Christmas season by presenting a special program on December 20, 2011 to their parents and grandparents. The students enjoyed entertaining their families by singing several Christmas songs. After the program, the students and their parents returned to their classroom to decorate gingerbread houses. It was a fun day!

Brockbank First-Graders Earn "Polar Express Day"!

Submitted by brenda.johnson on Fri, 12/23/2011 - 23:33
Sitting by the Polar Reading Express train are first-grade students from Mrs. Marcy Noordas class; Connor Gappmayer, Cannon Bennett, Gracie Herbst, Geraldine Navarro, Hallie Hansen, and Emma Hathaway.

Brockbank Elementary first-graders celebrated the holiday season by having a Polar Express Day on December 20. They earned this day by meeting their classroom reading goals. Each first-grade class had to fill their Polar Express train car and in order to accomplish this, each student had to read at least six books. As a reward for meeting this goal, students got to wear pajamas to school; make Polar Express trains out of HoHo's, starlight mints, and chocolate bells; make engineer hats out of paper; and received a bell to wear. That afternoon they got to watch the movie, "Polar Express".

Brockbank Third-Graders and Kindergarteners Work Together!

Submitted by brenda.johnson on Fri, 12/23/2011 - 23:11
Kami Holt, Gracie Dart, Morgan Beckstrom, and Gracie Beckstrom

Third-grade students in Mrs. Carolyn Creer's class, once a week, go into Mrs. Tara Farr's kindergarten class and help the students. Each kindergarten student gets a third-grade buddy to work with, whether it be reading to each other, practicing flash cards, or just helping the student with whatever they are working on. Whenever there is a holiday, or at least once a month, the students get to do a fun activity together. On December 16, they got to make Christmas trees made out of ice cream cones, covered with frosting, and decorated with candy.

Mrs. Santa Claus Visits Brockbank

Submitted by brenda.johnson on Fri, 12/23/2011 - 22:54
Mrs. Claus with students from Mrs. Larina Quispes fourth-grade class; Isabel Pauni, Jaiden Stewart, Wendy Price, Sierra Stanworth, and Rueben McClure.

Recently Brockbank students had a special person come and read to them. Mrs. Santa Claus came and read to several classrooms. She read, "Mrs. Claus Explains It All" by Elsbeth Claus. It is a book about Santa, the elves, and the North Pole. In the book Mrs. Claus answers all the important questions all kids want to know; How does Santa get into houses that don't have chimneys? What is his favorite kind of cookie? Where do his elves come from? Can all reindeer fly?

 

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