Brockbank Bulletin

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Hello, Brockbank Families!

We are sure excited for our Brockbank Teacher/Staff Parade tomorrow! We will begin the route at 12:30 and make our way to Palmyra, Lake Shore and Benjamin, driving through the LDS Church parking lots in those areas. Please remember that if you go to those parking lots to stay in your cars and remember social distancing. We will then come into town and zig-zag through our boundaries. Students may need to walk a little ways in order to see the parade to be able to wave to the teachers. You all should have received a map, and if not, there is one below and one on the school website! PLEASE check the routes so you will know where we will be going! We look forward to seeing our cute students! We have certainly missed them!


We will also be having teacher requests Monday, May 11th-Friday May 15th, 9:00-2:00. I believe we have exceptional teachers and I feel very strongly that if you are requesting a teacher for your child, there needs to be a specific educational reason for that request. You may either request 2 teachers of equal choice, or for your child to not be with another student. I will NOT accept emails. You must come into the office and fill out a form. We will have forms in the front entrance and a box for you to put them in.


May is Resiliency Month!

Governor Gary Herbert has declared May to be Resiliency Month! We will be sending you some information from the Governor for you to discuss with your families about resiliency. As a school, we focused on resiliency during this school year. Also, our POWER WITHIN week was to help students understand resiliency during challenging situations. We have a public service message, "Wash My Hands Challenge" from the Governor, then I'm including a little video that we watched as a school about resiliency. I hope you will take some time and go over these important messages with your child!


Wash Your Hands Challenge:




Personal Items Pick up and Chrome Book Return

Beginning May 26th, we will be having parents come to the school to pick up student's personal belongings, books, etc., and return borrowed chrome books, library books and leveled library books. This will be the schedule:

May 26th-9:00-11:30-Families with the students’ last name beginning with A-B

May 26th-12:00-2:30- Families with the students’ last name beginning with C-D

May 27th-9:00-11:30-Families with the students’ last name beginning with E-H

May 27th-12:00-2:30- Families with the students’ last name beginning with I-K

May 28th-9:00-11:30-Families with the students’ last name beginning with L-N

May 28th-12:00-2:30- Families with the students’ last name beginning with O-R

May 29th-9:00-11:30-Families with the students’ last name beginning with S

May 29th-12:00-2:30- Families with the students’ last name beginning with T-Z


School Closure-Counseling Services


If you feel that your child needs extra support and needs someone to talk to, our counselor, Terri Jensen, is available to help you with that! 


The Yucky Bug

This story is a great resource for you to share with your child. It is a story about what is going on in our world, told from a child's perspective. It talks about Covid 19 in children's terms and may be easy for your child to understand. Please preview it, then watch it with your child if you think it will be helpful! There are also some great resources at the end of the story.


Click on the link below, then look for the purple line, "The Yucky Bug-Let's Watch" to start the story!


Planning Time Specialty Activities

Our WONDERFUL planning technicians have come up with some great activities for your child! The links can be found on our website under "Other Links-Planning Time Sites" and also the following:


Here are a few good resources in your spare time!

Big Life Journal

Scholastic's Learn at Home Daily Content:

daily "Learning at Home" learning journeys

Cosmic Yoga!




Just a Few Reminders:


Please keep in communication with your child's teacher for current At Home Learning Activities and Events!


Grab-N-Go Meals

Grab-N-Go meals will be restricted to free sites only. All other sites will be closed down in effort to consolidate resources. Meal pick-up will change to 10:30 a.m. through 12:00 p.m., Monday through Friday, and is available for all children, ages 0-18. Grab-n- Go meals will include both breakfast and lunch.


Thanks so much!

Thank you so much for all you are doing! We are here to help! We love and appreciate you and your child! Give them our BEST!