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Mission Statement

At Brockbank we are...
Building a Community that Cares
Engaging in Lifelong Learning
Setting Goals for Growth and Success
Taking Ownership for My Choices

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Brockbank Elementary Participates in Read for the Record

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October 4, Brockbank Elementary participated in Jumpstart's national campaign to Read for the Record, where students were encouraged to read the children’s book "Ladybug Girl and the Bug Squad", by David Soman and Jacky Davis. Jumpstart’s mission is to work towards the day that every child in America enters school prepared to succeed. They are shooting to break the record for the most number of students joining in the shared reading of the book. Last year the record was over 2 million people. Brockbank had two books donated to our school, one by the Governor and the other by Mr.

Brockbank's Student Council Officers Attended Conference at BYU

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Thursday, October 4, ten sixth-grade student officers had the opportunity to
attend the Student Council Conference at BYU. Students heard from various presenters such as John Bytheway, Ryan Radebaugh, Darroll Young, and Josh Hewlett who have all had a variety of leadership experiences to draw from and are experienced youth motivational speakers. The students enjoyed hearing their stories and came back anxious and motivated to make a postiive difference in the their lives

Brockbank Holds Monthly Safety Drills

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Each month, Brockbank students and staff hold a safety drill. Most often, that drill is a fire drill. Students evacuate the building, line up along the West fence, and teachers account for each student to make sure everybody got out safely. Any students in specialty classes (such as reading tutoring, speech, resource, computers, art, PE, etc.) would go outside with the adult they were currently with and report to their regular classroom teacher once outside. We also hold drills where students stay inside the building. These drills are our earthquake drills and lockdown drills.

Brockbank Kindergarteners Enjoy Apple Day!

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Friday, Sept. 28, Kindergarten students at Brockbank Elementary 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.

Brockbank PTA Awards Walk A Thon Winners!

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Brockbank's PTA recently awarded prizes to the students that excelled in the walk-a-thon. The walk-a-thon was a great success with several students walking over 100 laps. Students that walked a 100 laps or more were given $10 gift certificate to the book fair and a coupon for a free mini pizza at Papa Murphys. Prizes were also given to the students in each grade that walked the most laps.

Brockbank Holds Seventh Annual Walk A Thon

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Brockbank PTA along with Brockbank staff recently held their seventh annual walk-a-thon fundraiser. It was a great success with lots of support from the students and parents. Students, along with many of their parents, walked laps around a track set up on the grass field as a way to exercise and raise money for the school. It was a fun evening! The funds raised will purchase iPads and document cameras for classrooms for classrooms. Prizes, pizza, cotton candy, sno cones, and bake sale items were available throughout the night.

Brockbank Second-Graders Enjoy Visit from the Rainforest Van!

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On Tuesday, September 25, Brockbank second-grade students were delighted to have a special presentation from instructors, Jackie Pendleton and Jessica Jones, of the Rainforest Van. The Rainforest Van is an education program offered by Living Planet Aquarium to second-graders. The seven continents of the world were located on a huge floor map rug and the tropical rainforest areas were highlighted with an overlay. Students pretended to travel to five of the continents where they were able to really see and touch many of the rainforest animals that are native to that area.
Mrs. Laurel Koyle