Thursday, April 26, ten Brockbank Elementary students represented their school in the Utah State Elementary Debate Tournament held at Hillcrest High School in Midvale. Students spent months and months preparing and reseaching for this opportunity. These ten students earned the right to go to state by debating and placing earlier in the year at the District Debate Tournament.They have worked in partnerships preparing arguments for either the affirmative or the negative. All elementary students statewide receive the same topic.
On Friday, April 20, Mrs.
Back; Natalie Millet, Sage Olson, Tyler Sorensen, Devin Berns, Cade Swenson, Caden Critchfield, and Freda Tuaone. Front; Stephanie Quiroz, Bowen Olsen, Evigail Chacon, Jimmy Escobia, Briggs Ashworth, Max Christensen, and Aimee Gilner.
Brockbank Elementary is pleased to announce and congratulate Miss Alyson Tobler for earning Brockbank's Teacher of the Year Award for 2011-12. Alyson was honored by the Nebo School District Board at their April 4, 2012 meeting. Alyson is a Special Education Teacher here at Brockbank.
Brockbank students benefit from LIA program at the Spanish Fork High School. LIA is Latinos in Action which is a class designed to provide Hispanic students the way to develop leadership, citizenship, and mentoring skills. LIA students are taught writing and reading skills, resume development, bilingual speaking, work ethics and responsibilty, time management, goal setting, team work and cooperation, problem and decision making, and community involement. In order to be involved in
Pictured is the afternoon peer tutoring groups; front - Elyse VanTassell, Colton Jones, Corbin Gull, Hallie Swenson, Morgan Beckstrom, and Brett Greenhalgh. Back - Abbey Colledge, Taylor Swan, Sadie Bennett, Tatyana Ioane, Sheridan Creer, and Kate Baadsgaard.
Brockbank second-graders recently went on a Farm Field Day held at Harward Farms in Springville. Farm Field Days is sponsored by the Farm Bureau and allows second-graders to see how a farm works and to learn about different things in agriculture. First they got to see a sheep be sheared and then the students split up and went to different stations where they got to sit on over turned buckets. At the stations they learned about sheep growers, beef growers, pork growers, bee
do if anything were to happen, we want our staff and students to be prepared.