May 2024

Playon Program

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There is a remarkable program this summer students haves the opportunity to participate in. It is the Playon Program. The Playon Program is designed to provide activities that help get kids off the couch and away from screens. Playon seeks to involve the entire community and it is FREE for students to participate. 

Kiwanis Terrific Kids

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Kiwanis Terrific Kids for 2023-2024 school year. 

Fifth grade teachers pick two students from their class that represents the qualities of a “Terrific” kid which stands for Thoughtful, Enthusiastic, Respectful, Responsible, Inclusive, Friendly, Inquisitive and Capable. 

Brockbank's Terrific Kids are Alivia Varner, Delilah Reynolds, Amelia Reid. Tate Cornaby, James Jarvis, and Easton Mabey.

Track Winners

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Brockbank students participated in the Spanish Fork track meets held at the SFHS with several students placing. 

3rd Grade 

Kenadee Hair- placed 1st in the 100 meter run. 

Hyrum Mockett Placed 2nd in the 400 meter run 

Hudson Stewart 2nd place in the Javelin Throw 72'

 Oakes Vane - Placed 3rd in the 100 meter run and 7th in the 50 meter run. 

Easton Youd - Placed 1st in the 200 meter run. 

4th Grade

 Isaac Morley - Placed 7th in the 50 meter run. 

Fifth Grade Students Participate in Freedom Walk

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Wednesday, May 8th fifth grade students had the opportunity to attend and participate in the Freedom Walk held at the Canyon View Park. It was hosted by Spanish Fork's American Legion. Veterans from each of the branches were represented and told stories about their experiences to the students. This event was a great experience for the students to get a better understanding and appreciation for the Flag and the sacrifices made by everyone who has served in the military.

Second Grade Field Trip to Harward Farms

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Brockbank second-graders 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 overturned buckets.