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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 Hansen Heroes for November

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Brockbank is happy to announce the Hansen Heroes for November!

Picture 1 (Fourth-Sixth)  Back; Caden Critchfield, William Stanton, Principal Alison Hansen, and Jaiden Stewart. Front; Gavin Knotts, Noah Runolfson, Madison Wetzel, Hunter Clark, and Olivia Smith. Absent from photo; Irlanda Ayala

Picture 2 (First-Third) Back; Bryce Jensen, Maklain Shepherd, and Principal Alison Hansen. Front; Maisie Adams, Easton Jorgensen, Ben Hansen, Mekei Clark, Amelia Crandall, Chloe Evans, and Josie Sorensen.

Brockbank Fourth-Graders Perform Pioneer Program

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On Wednesday, November 30, the fourth-grade students at Brockbank Elementary celebrated their Utah Heritage with a pioneer program. Students dressed in pioneer/cowboy attaire sang and danced like the pioneers did so many years ago. Parents were then invited to dance with thier student for some fun square dancing. It was a fun evening and everyone enjoyed themselves!

Brockbank Fifth-Graders Graduate From D.A.R.E.

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Tuesday, November 29, Brockbank fifth-grade students having completed
their Drug Abuse Resistance Education (D.A.R.E.) training taught by
Officer Bryan DeWitt of the Spanish Fork Police Department graduated.
Officer DeWitt taught the students several lessons on drugs and ways
to avoid drug use. He stressed the influences that drugs can have and
the potential dangers. As part of the D.A.R.E. requirements, students
were encouraged to write an essay on what they have learned.
Outstanding essay winners had the opportunity to read their essay at
graduation.

Brockbank Fourth-Graders Visit 'This Is The Place Heritage Park'

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Brockbank fourth-graders recently had the opportunity to go on a field trip to, This Is The Place Heritage Park. There students were able to take part in a ‘hands-on learning’ experience that complements the state curriculum for fourth-grade Utah History. Students participated in "life in Pioneer Times"  which consisted of pushing a handcart. The students discovered  what it was like to come West with a handcart.

More "How To Cook A Turkey" by Brockbank Kindergarten Students

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Brockbank is happy to share some more fun ways on "How to Cook a Turkey" according to kindergarteners. Kindergarten students shared their ideas to their teacher in their own words. Here is four students ideas from Mrs. Kariuki's afternoon kindergarten class.

Hallie Swenson - We buy it at the store. Then we bring it home and cook it in the oven for 2 seconds and make sure it's really hot. Then we put flour on it. then we use a knife to cut it up. We put lots of mustard on it and eat it.

Brockbank First-Graders Read, "Turkey Trouble"

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Brockbank first-graders recently 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.

Brockbank First-Graders Learn About the First Thanksgiving

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Brockbank first-graders learned about the first Thanksgiving by making
colored bead bracelets and retelling the story of how the Pilgrims
came to America. Each bead in the bracelet represented a part of the
story. A brown bead represented the Pilgrims leaving England for
religious freedom; a white bead represented the sail on the Mayflower
that brought the Pilgrim's across the ocean; next 3 blue beads to
represent the ocean; 1 green bead for when they spy land; 3 clear
white beads for the snow during the long winter; 1 light green for the

"How to Cook a Turkey" by Brockbank Second Graders

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Brockbank Elementary is happy to share some fun ways on "How to Cook a
Turkey" according to second graders. Students had a creative writing
assignment which lets the students use their imagination with no
prompting from the teacher as far as content, they are able to write
their own ideas. Below is some ideas of "How to Cook a Turkey" by
Brockbank second grade students in their writing: