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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

Brockbank Sixth-Graders Hold Their Graduation from Elementary School

Submitted by brenda.johnson on Fri, 05/14/2010 - 15:57

Brockbank Elementary recently held graduation for all sixth-graders advancing to Junior High School. Family and friends were invited to join the students in a fun evening showcasing the school year. After the students shared their singing talents, a slide show was shown of activities throughout the past year. Then after receiving their diplomas, and being introduced by their teacher, each of the sixth-graders told the audience a favorite memory from sixth-grade or their time at Brockbank Elementary.

Brockbank Interns Graduate!

Submitted by brenda.johnson on Fri, 05/07/2010 - 22:22

Brockbank proudly presents Shalese Rogers, Erica Fordiani, and Becca Richards as 2010 graduates. Mrs. Rogers and Mrs. Fordiani both graduated from Utah Valley University and Ms. Richards graduated from Brigham Young University - all three with a degree in education. Mrs. Fordiani got a special recognition as she represented UVU's School of Education as Valedictorian of her graduating class. Way to go graduates!!

Brockbank's PTA Spoils Faculty!

Submitted by brenda.johnson on Fri, 04/30/2010 - 16:16
Brockbank's PTA is the best! To help celebrate "Teacher Appreciation Week", teachers were surprised Monday morning to find their classroom door decorated. Most of them in the pirate theme, to go along with the theme, "Teachers are our Treasures". Fun door designs included Mrs. Tara Farr's which says, "Mrs. Farr, Without You, We would be Ship Wrecked!" and Mrs. Kara Mikesell's door which says, "Mrs.

Brockbank Fifth-Grade Students Enjoy Tour of BYU Museum

Submitted by brenda.johnson on Fri, 04/30/2010 - 11:15

Brockbank fifth-grade students recently participated in a tour of the BYU Museum of Paleontology. The students enjoyed learning about rocks, ancient plants, and dinosaur fossils. The students were able to see and touch dinosaur fossils and learn about the field of paleontology. Brockbank students would like to thank paleontologist Rodney Scheetz, who is also fifth-grade student Austin Scheetz's dad, for an outstanding tour.

Mrs. Alexandra Dedrickson

Brockbank Kindergarten Students Perform Program for Parents and Grandparents

Submitted by brenda.johnson on Thu, 04/22/2010 - 22:06

On Friday, April 16, kindergarten students at Brockbank Elementary entertained their parents and gradnparents with a fun program. They showed them what they have learned this year by each student memorizing a small speaking part and by singing songs. The students worked really hard practicing and performing this program and all of them did a great job!

Brockbank Fifth-Graders Enjoy Science by making "Earthquake Cakes"

Submitted by brenda.johnson on Fri, 04/16/2010 - 11:30

Mrs. Cynthia Loreen's class recently finished a science unit on earthquakes. To help them better understand how earthquakes work, the students got to demonstate four different kinds of earthquakes on cakes. The students divided into groups and decorated their cake like either a city, mountain, farm, or island. Mrs. Loreen then showed them what would happen to each cake if there was a certain earthquake. The students really enjoyed the experience but the best part was they got to eat the cakes!


Representatives from Living Planet Aquarium Visit Brockbank Fourth-Graders

Submitted by brenda.johnson on Fri, 04/09/2010 - 10:45

Brockbank Elementary recently had representatives from the Utah Water Van program come to visit. The Utah Water Van is an educational outreach program about Utah's water cycle and is offered by The Living Planet Aquarium to fourth-grade students throughout Utah. Fourth-grade students were allowed through the use of models, to see and better understand Utah's water cycle and how Utah uses its water. Students learned about water conservation, importance of wetlands and about some of Utah's native wetland plants and animals. It was a very educational program.