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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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Kindergarten Students Try to Find Gingerbread Man

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All week kindergarten students have learned about The Gingerbread Man and have read lots of different versions of the story. They wrote about where they would run if they were gingerbread characters and went on a hunt around the school searching for him. They didn’t catch him this time but he did sneak into their room and hide treats for the kids to find!
Mrs. Farr

Bronco Best Students for November

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At Brockbank we have a program where deserving students earn "Bronco Best" cards. Students earn this honor by being their BEST at Brockbank! They are doing their BEST when they are: Building a community that cares, Engaging in lifelong learning, Setting goals for growth and success, and Taking ownership for their actions.

This month the students learned about the Golden Rule, treating others the way we would like to be treated.

Turkey Trouble in First Grade

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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 something different instead? First-graders then got to use their imaginations and pick a disguise for Turkey so Farmer Jake won't recognize him

How to Cook a Turkey

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Brockbank Elementary is happy to share some fun ways on "How to Cook a Turkey" according to kindergarten students.

Grey Hudson says 1. Get it from my farm. 2. Put it on the stove. 3. Burn it on the frying pan. 4. Put salt and pepper and tomatoes. 5. Eat it .

Porter Mendenhall says 1. Kill with a sword. 2. Stuff the turkey. 3. Cook in the oven at 47 degrees. 4. Cook for 48 minutes. 5. Eat it (that's it).

Kaysen Kinsey says 1. Get it from the store. 2. Put it on the stove. 3. Cook it for 7 hours. 4. Put some seasonings. 5. Eat it!

Turkey Fun at Brockbank

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We had a fun gobbling competition assembly to get us all excited for Thanksgiving. Each class picked a student to compete with other students in their grade. Students did their best turkey imitations (behind the curtain). The audience of students then clapped, screamed and yelled for the student they thought sounded most like a turkey. It was then up to our "celebrity judges" Dancing Debbie Davis, Turkey Tammy Thompson, and Silvia Stuffing, to make the final decision.

Third Grade Students Receive Dictionaries

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Brockbank third graders were thrilled to receive dictionaries donated by Central Bank.  Spanish Fork Rotary Club who has a goal of placing a dictionary in the hands of every third grade student. Each student put his/her name in the dictionary and is encouraged to use it during classwork and also at home.  Thank you Tyler Mendenhall and Landon Swenson for bringing the dictionaries to the students. Central Bank has given Brockbank third grade students dictionaries for several years and we appreciate their continued support of our students.