Recently the kindergarten students at Brockbank Elementary spent the day at Cornbelly's Corn Maze at Thanksgiving Point. They enjoyed participating in educational activities learning about farming and agriculture. The highlight of the day was a hayride to the pumpkin patch where each student got to pick their own pumpkin to take home with them.
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October 26, Brockbank was excited to have Utah's Repertory Dance Theater spend some time with our students. Repertory Dance Theater (RDT) is housed at the Rose Wagner Theater and is dedicated to the performance, creation, and preservation of modern dance. RDT is a living museum representing one hundred years of dance history, preserving the largest and most significant collection of American dance in the world. Members from the dance company spent time with each class sharing with them elements of dance.
Brockbank kindergarteners in Mrs. Tara Farr's class have been learning about the letters in the alphabet. Recently while learning about the Letter P and that pigs start with the letter P, the students put on the play, "The Three Little Pigs". Each student had the opportunity to act out a part either as the wolf or one of the three pigs. It was a fun way to learn about the letter.
Brockbank Elementary held their annual "Dads and Doughnuts" on October 23. The students, along with their dads, moms, grandparents, or other special family members were able to come and browse for books through the book fair and then enjoy doughnuts and milk. Brockbank students and faculty would like to thank the PTA for sponsoring this fun morning.
Pictured are back L to R: Mallory Sorensen, Amanda Mitchell, Hayley Mercer, Makayla Mitchell, Blaine Bradford, Kara Dickey, Makayla Olson, Jessica Mendoza, and Nicole Noorda. Front - Bryson Berrett, Elise Wilson, Wyatt Baum, Jeronimo Perales, Avery Critchfield, and Cameron Ferguson. Absent from photo was: Grace Ethington, Delaney Christensen, Cindy Tran, and Brynn Healey.
Brockbank Elementary celebrated National School Lunch Week during the week of October 12-14. The school lunch program has made it possible for schools to serve wholesome and nutritious meals to students. Parents of first-grade students were invited to join their son/daughter and enjoy a delicious lunch.
Kindergarten students at Brockbank Elementary recently celebrated Apple Day at school. The students participated in several different activities including tasting apples in several different forms; cut in slices, applesauce, pie, and juice; deciding which color of apple they like best, doing math and science activities involving apples, and illustrating their own apple books. It was a fun educational day that the students enjoyed.
Red Ribbon Week continues at Brockbank. On Wednesday, October 7, it was "Play Hard, Play Clean! Don't Let Drugs Twist Your Mind!" The students had the opportunity of dressing up in their favorite activity or sports uniform. The students learned how important it is to remember to stay healthy and stay active, physically and mentally. A healthy mind is less likely to take drugs!