Brockbank is happy to announce the Bronco Best Students for December.
Back Row - Isabella Beecher, Valeria Marquez, Aspen Brinkerhoff, and Parker Coe. Middle Row - Jesus Castillo, Gracie Dart, Tyson Rich, Kade Loreen, Hallie Probst, Amy Ruelas Sanchez, Billy Bethers, and Principal Larraine Nelson. Front Row - Emma Field, Dallin Engle, Hadlie Olsen, Krista Ketchum, Max Quispe, Falaniko Lualemaga, and Brooklyn Probst. Absent from photo was Brooklyn Ford and Jaqueline Martin.
Second-grade students at Brockbank Elementary celebrated the Christmas season by presenting a special program 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!
Hello, Brockbank Families!
This has been quite the weird and wild weather and we appreciate your help and patience with schedules, bringing and picking up your child, and with making sure your child is dressed for the weather. Please make sure that if you are picking up your child that you only park in a stall if you come in the parking lot. We had quite a few “near misses” with the buses and cars. With this snow and ice, someone could easily get hurt.
Brockbank Elementary first-graders celebrated the holiday season by having a Polar Express Day on Wednesday, December 21. 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. That afternoon they got to watch the movie, "Polar Express".
Friday, December 9, Brockbank fifth-grade students having completed their Drug Abuse Resistance Education (D.A.R.E.) training taught by Officer Bryan DeWitt of the Spanish Fork Police Department graduated. Officer DeWitt taught the students several lessons on drugs and ways to avoid drug use. He stressed the influences that drugs can have and the potential dangers. As part of the D.A.R.E. requirements, students were encouraged to write an essay on what they have learned.