November 2021

Turkey Recipes in Mrs. Dimond's Class

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Wendy Dimond's kindergarten class had some unique recipes for their turkeys.

Oakley's ingredients were salad, tomatoes, bacon, power pellets, shoes, and chicken. His directions were "donkey it", heat up knives and put on turkey to fry it. Cooking time 30 seconds at donkey level.

Brook's ingredients were milk, cookies, dragon eggs, popsicle sticks, pretzels, and corn. Directions let the popsicles melt, the pretzels go inside with the cookies and corn. Cooking time; pinecone. Oven temperature boiling.

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

Caught Ya

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At Brockbank this year students are earning "Caught Ya" slips for doing good deeds, picking up trash, listening and following directions in class, and many more things. Every Monday students can redeem their slips for a variety of things depending on the number of caught ya slips they have earned. They can redeem their slips or save them. Taft Kappas chose to save his slips and earned 70 of them and was able to sit in the principal's chair for the day, Principal Holt was left to sit in Taft's chair.   Way to go Taft! 

Brockbank Reflections Winners

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Reflections, this year the theme was “I can change the world by…”

Brockbank's winners were James Jarvis, Evalet Youd, Ace Sampson, Braxton Mabey, Stela Youd, Tucker Townsend, Jace Hermansen, Luke Nichols, Brooklyn Larsen, Kimmie Clark, Halle Hales, Gloria Jarvis, and Rosie Sampson.

Fifth Grade Wax Museum

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Brockbank Elementary fifth-graders held their wax museum. The students picked a famous person in American history, they did research on that person, memorizing interesting and important facts, and then they got to dress-up like that person for a day. During the day, students from other grades were able to visit the museum and learn about these famous Americans. It was a very fun and educational experience for all that participated.

AmazonSmile - Remember to Select Nebo Education Foundation

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Did you know that when you shop for the holidays at, AmazonSmile donates to Nebo Education Foundation? Nebo Education Foundation has received $5,401 through this program.

One hundred percent of these monies fund teacher grants to help supplement equipment and supplies for students.

Thank you for supporting the Nebo Education Foundation by shopping at instead of just Amazon.


Lana Hiskey

We Love Our Veterans

Submitted by brenda.johnson on
Thursday, November 11, Brockbank Elementary had some very special visitors come to our school to honor Veterans Day. We are so proud of all of our veterans and enjoy having them come and talk to us each year. Brockbank students welcomed the veterans to our school by waving American Flags. Fifth grade students sang. The veterans introduced themselves to the students and showed a slide show presentation. It was a very touching assembly reminding us all why veterans are so important and about all the sacrifices that they have made for us so that we can be free.

Bronco Best Students Eat Pizza with Spanish Fork Police Officers

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Students showing outstanding citizenship by being their B.E.S.T., are given a blue Bronco Best card. ( B - building a community that cares, E - engaging in lifelong learning, S - setting goals from growth and success, T- taking ownership for my actions) Once a student earns this award, they come to the office and give the blue card to the principal. He then calls home to let the parents know their child has earned this award.