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For a few weeks, Brockbank third grade students have filled the halls of the school with cheery Christmas music. On Tuesday, December 10, the third grade classes put on a Christmas program for the rest of the students and then that evening for their parents and families to enjoy. It is a great way to get into the Christmas spirit. The students did a great job!
Brockbank's Wendy Dimond was recognized and received the PEAK (Positive Energy and Kind) Award for December. She along with five other deserving Nebo employees were honored Wednesday night, December 11 at the School Board Meeting. Congratulations Wendy!
Wendy Dimond, Teacher, Brockbank Elementary
Nominated by: Jennifer Jolley & Larraine Nelson
December 11, students that met their reading goal for the previous month got invited to attend a reading reward activity. The students got a cup of hot chocolate, a cookie and got to listen to Principal Nelson read Christmas stories! Each month Principal Nelson invites students that have met their reading goal to a reading reward activity. Please encourage your child to read and to turn in his/her reading calendar!
To help everyone get in the Christmas spirit Brockbank's faculty and staff competed in the third annual gingerbread competition. The students decide the winner by voting for the gingerbread house they think is the best. Students each receive one vote placing their vote in one of the numbered tubs. Names will then be drawn out of each of the tubs and a lucky student whose name is drawn will get that gingerbread house to take home.
Make sure to check out all the creative gingerbread creations.
Brockbank is happy to announce the Bronco Best Students for November!
Front; Janie Walburger, Marley Kappas, Ryker Peterson, Brinley Jones, Brynn Pennington, Jennings Morley, and Aaliyah Gonzalez. Middle; Naomi Herrera, Brooklyn Hurst, Jex Frost, M'Kayla Adams, Huntley Bradshaw, Heston Smith, Aubrey Kinyanjui, and Principal Larraine Nelson. Top; Kadence Palmer, Shanon Ericksen, Allisson Contreras, Landon Hanks, Hagen Landaverde, and Rexi Rozema.
Congratulations to these students!
Recently Brockbank Elementary fifth-graders held their wax museum. The students picked a famous person in American history, they did research on that person, memorizing interesting and important facts, and then they got to dress-up like that person for a day. During the day, students from other grades were able to visit the museum and learn about these famous Americans. That night there was a program so that parents and grandparents could come and see what the students had learned. It was a very fun and educational experience for all that participated.
Recently the 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!