Brockbank Bulletin

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Hello, Brockbank Families!

Our last week of school, and what a year it has been. I can't thank you enough for all you have done to make At Home Learning so successful. I know it has been a very hard experience and we all appreciate the efforts that you as parents have put forth. I appreciate the positive approach you have taken and your patience and kindness has been felt here at school. I appreciate your help in giving feedback to teachers and the kind manner that it was given, knowing that this was all new to our teachers/staff. I appreciate the time that you took in working with your child and hope you were able to have some special learning moments together. I appreciate our students and the work they did to keep moving forward! They were continually learning how to learn! We have great students who know they can do hard things! I know they will never forget this year and hopefully they have learned some valuable lessons- besides those that were assigned to them by their teachers!


I can't say enough great things about our teachers/staff and the wonderful work they have done in putting together an online curriculum in such a short time. It was amazing to see our teachers work together to create At Home Learning. They have done an amazing job and have shown so much concern for students. Our teachers/staff have missed our students so much! I think we have all gained a better appreciation for school, friends, teachers, learning and students. Thank you for being the BEST families ever! I wish you the very best and hope your summer is a great one!


Summer Meals

Attached is information for summer lunches. These will be distributed at Spanish Fork Library, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays from 11:30-1:00, from June 1-August 14.

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


Registration for the 2020-2021 School Year

Parents, this summer our school district is changing the student information system (SIS) to a new system called I-Campus. You will be receiving an email from Nebo School District explaining what you will need to do to update your information as the system is put into place. This will affect registration and will be different from what we have done in the past.



*Personal information for all current Brockbank students that will be attending Brockbank in the Fall of 2020 will need to be checked and updated. This is called an Annual Update. You will not need to "register" your child if he/she has attended Brockbank You will basically just need to update all information and make sure it is current.

*The Annual Update will open July 6th.



*If you have a child that will be in kindergarten in the Fall of 2020 and you have children that have attended Brockbank and are going to attend Brockbank in the Fall of 2020, you will just need to "add a new student" to the Annual Update for your kindergarten student. There you will be able to add your kindergarten child's information and he/she will be in the system.

*If you have a kindergarten child new to Brockbank (ex-the oldest child or you have just moved here) you will REGISTER your kindergartner as a new student. Your information will then be processed through the district, then sent to Brockbank.



*If you are new to Brockbank, but not new to our district, you will need to update your information and that should trigger the system to put you into Brockbank's boundaries.

*If you are new to Brockbank and our district, you will REGISTER online and your information will then be processed through the district, then sent to Brockbank.



*If your child currently attends Brockbank, your documentation is fine. You do not need to upload your information.

*If you are new to Brockbank (ALL new kindergarten students and new families to Nebo School District) all documentation will need to be uploaded to the new system. Parents do not need to bring in documentation to the school. Parents will be able to take pictures or scan proof of residency, birth certificates, and immunization records and upload it in the I-Campus system.


We will still have a "Registration Day" and we will let you know when that will be. Although everything is done online, we want to be here to assist you if you need help. More information will come about that date.


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:




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! Below is a flyer with information!


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!