Brockbank kindergarten classes read books about "Gingerbread Men". For a class activity Mrs. Tara Farr and Miss Clarrisa Putnam's classes each made a big gingerbread man and decorated it. When they went to get the cookie out of the oven to eat it, he was gone. The gingerbread man had left the students clues around the school of where to find him. Finding the clues helped the students become more familiar with the school. The clues finally led the students back to where they started and they found the gingerbread man waiting for them.
Hello, Brockbank Families!
Three more days until the official holiday fun can begin! It is such a wonderful time of the year and today we were able to celebrate this holiday season by singing Christmas songs together as a student-body! There is nothing that warms my heart more, that to listen to children sing! It’s the best!
2nd Grade Program: We are so excited for our 2nd Grade Christmas program on Wednesday, from 2:00-3:00. The students have been working so hard to sing and present an awesome program!
Monday, December 19, Brockbank's employees met in the library for a Christmas Ugly Sweater Party! Yummy food was eaten, fun games played, pictures taken, white elephants exchanged, lots of laughing, and a fun time had by all that came! It was a fun way to relieve the stress of the coming holidays by getting together and enjoying each others company! Brockbank has a great faculty and staff! Thanks to everyone on the committee for all their hard work in making it such a fun party!
Brockbank is happy to annouce the Bronco Best students for November.
Top Row - Nathan Cruz, Rexi Rozema, Ryker Olson, Ian Farr, Colton Jones, and Cole Hales.Middle Row - Joseph Piazzola, Braxton Stewart, Jessica Wendel, Jackson Bowen, Kycen Palmer, Tate Sorensen, and Principal Larraine Nelson.Front Row - Jhet Hanks, Ethan Jensen, Lily Chandler, Brenna Smith, Tamia Clark, and Delilah Aquilar.
Brockbank first-graders finished reading the book, "Turkey Trouble" written by Wendi J. Silvano. In the story a turkey is in trouble, bad trouble, it is almost Thanksgiving and he is the main course. Farmer Jake is looking for him. Turkey has an idea what if he doesn't look like a turkey? What if he looks like another animal instead? First-graders then got to use their imaginations and pick a disguise for Turkey so Farmer Jake won't recognize him.
Tuesday, November 22, 2016, Brockbank kindergarten students celebrated Thanksgiving by having their annual Thanksgiving Feast. Each student had a specific job to do to help put the meal together so they would learn the importance of working together. The students really enjoyed eating a meal that they helped to make!
Fourth-grade students at Brockbank Elementary celebrated their Utah Heritage with a pioneer program. Students dressed in pioneer/cowboy attire sang and danced like the pioneers did so many years ago. Parents were then invited to dance with their student for some fun square dancing. It was a fun evening and everyone enjoyed themselves!