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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 Students Receive Birthday Book Signed by Principal!

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Brockbank Elementary celebrates students' birthdays in a fun way, when it is a student's special day, he/she comes to the office and selects a book out of Pricipal Alison Hansen's basket of books. Students love choosing a book of their own and Mrs. Hansen enjoys signing each book and wishing each child a happy birthday. Funds for the books have come from hosting such successful book fairs each year. Thank you to all of our parents and grandparents who support the book fair each year!

Brockbank Kicks-Off Book Fair with "Dad's & Doughnuts"!

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Brockbank Elementary held their "Dad's and Doughnuts" on Friday, March 9. It was the kick-off for the annual spring book fair hosted by the PTA. 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. Thank you to the PTA for sponsoring this fun morning!

Brockbank's Mrs. Marcy Noorda is Awarded the Crystal Apple Award!

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Brockbank School is pleased to announce Mrs. Marcy Noorda as the recipient of the 2011-12 Horace Mann Crystal Apple Award. Since Mrs. Noorda's first year in 2007, she has been an asset to the faculty and staff at Brockbank. Principal Alison Hansen says, "Mrs. Noorda is a pleasure to watch teach. She helps each individual child reach his/her potential and is conscientious about helping each child reach a year's academic, emotional, and social growth regardless of whether he/she is the highest performer in the class or the student who struggles the most.

Brockbank Celebrates Dr. Seuss' Birthday!

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March 2, Brockbank Elementary celebrated Dr. Seuss' birthday by doing several art and reading activities throughout the day and by having a school wide read-a-thon where students could silently read any book of their choice. Throughout the week teachers put names in a drawing of students in their class displaying good behavior or excellent work. Each morning winners were drawn to win either a Dr. Seuss Book or a $5 coupon to the upcoming book fair. Celebrating Dr. Seuss' birthday is a great way to get students motivated and excited to read!

Brockbank Book Fair is Coming Soon!!

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Our Book Fair is Coming!

The whole school is excited about our upcoming Book Fair. An amazing selection of books is headed our way!
At the Book Fair you will find the latest and finest titles for kids, as well as books of interest to parents.
Mark your calendar for our Dad's & Doughnuts on March 9th, from 7:45-8:45 AM, where the whole family can join in the fun. You can also contribute books to your child's classroom library.

Brockbank Hansen Heroes for February

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Brockbank's Hansen Heroes for February are:

#1 - Back; Principal Alison Hansen. Front; Garrett Smith, Jaxon Almodova, Easton Romero, Fatima Greenhalgh, Macie Clark, Shaelynn Johnson, Emma Runolfson, and Gentry Wolf. Not pictured; Wyatt Jones and Connor Gappmayer.

#2 Andrew Pintar, Rylan Hermansen, Jace Hanks, Sydney Money, Principal Alison Hansen, Jalair Przybycien, Sierra Stanworth, Zackery Johnson, Caitlin Johnson, and Micha Crandall.

Former Students Job Shadow at Brockbank!

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Recently the junior high schools held their job shadow day. Seventh-graders had the opportunity to go to work with a parent or someone and job shadow them for the day. Brockbank was lucky to have several students come to our school and do their job shadow. Kylie Eichler from Diamond Fork Junior High and Jessica Mitchell from Spanish Fork Junior each helped in the office at Brockbank for their job shadow. It was fun to have these two former students come and help out and hopefully they learned something about working in an office.