Brockbank Bulletin

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HELLO, BROCKBANK FAMILIES! 

We are looking forward to our last SEP Conferences this Thursday, March 25th! If you didn't get a note from your child's teacher with your assigned time, please contact your child's teacher. All the SEP Conferences will be via ZOOM. This is a great time to celebrate all that your child has done this year! 

Please remember that there will be no school on Friday, March 26th! Thanks! 

SCHOOL CLIMATE SURVEY 

Our State Legislature is asking that our students take a school climate survey to see how the overall feeling is of our school! Our students will be taking the survey at school. Parents are also invited to take the survey. The links are posted on our Brockbank website. 

As always, surveys help us see what we are doing well and where we can improve! It is good information to have, however, it is better if our parents will come forward and discuss any issues they may have so that we can understand, plan, and make our school better! Thank you for taking the time to ll out the survey! 

THANK YOU FROM SHRINERS HOSPITAL FOR CHILDREN 

We received a sweet thank you note from Shriners Hospital for the money that we raised during our fundraiser. Here a couple of lines from their letter:

"We want to reach out and personally think you and the kind students for their generous nancial support of $984.37 to the hospital. Thank you for doing this. It is our hope that these precious children and their minds recognize that good deeds like this are worth their weight in gold!" 

Thank you, parents for your support to this great cause! 

SPRING BREAK-APRIL 5-9! NO SCHOOL! ENJOY THE BREAK! 

6TH GRADE IMPORTANT INFORMATION 

This time of year is a busy time for our students getting ready to move on to the next level! In this case, Middle School! We are excited for both our 5th and 6th grade students and the adventure they will have next year in middle school. We have a few things planned for them and want you to put them on your schedule: 

Please see the attachment for 6th grade students for their 6th grade immunization requirements. 

DIAMOND FORK JUNIOR HIGH PTSA Attention all Parents of 5th and 6th Grade Students, 

The Diamond Fork Junior High PTSA would like to take this opportunity to welcome all the incoming students and parents of Diamond Fork Middle School (DFMS) for the 2021-2022 school year. The PTSA provides activities for students and services to our teachers throughout the year. It is our hope that every family can participate so we can better serve our children and our school community. 

Below is a link to sign up for our PTSA Board and Committee Chairs. As Diamond Fork Middle School is a new school next year, all positions are open and we desperately need volunteers to ll them! This is a great opportunity to be involved and make a positive impact on our children’s school environment. Please sign up TODAY to be a part of Diamond Fork Middle School PTSA. If you have any questions, please contact Jackie Packard, text 801-361-3920 or email jackiehansen123 [at] hotmail [dot] com

CLICK HERE TO BE APART OF THE 2021-22 PTSA BOARD! 

Thank You,

2020-2021 Diamond Fork Junior High PTSA Board 

Jackie Packard, President 

Lorie Casuga, President Elect/Student Representative 

Kari Ann Roberts, Treasurer 

Kristie Runyan, Secretary 

5TH AND 6TH GRADE MATURATION PROGRAM 

We will be having our maturation presentations for our 5th and 6th grade students. All presentations will be in the auditorium. 

Sixth Grade Boys will be April 16th at 12:00. Fifth Grade boys will be April 16th at 1:00. 

BRIGHT IDEAS SUMMER WORKSHOP 

For those interested, there is a Bright Ideas summer workshop for students that are interested in STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math) activities. This is a great opportunity for students to expand their minds and work on problem solving, critical thinking and creative skills. 

STUDENT SAFETY 

Thank you, parents, for following the laws and for driving slowly and carefully when picking up your child. I see parents slowing down and being considerate of other drivers while picking up students. 

Please also be aware of the following: 

*Please do not FLip a U-Turn on 300 West. In the morning or afternoon, there are too many students that are walking and crossing the streets, and too many parents driving in and out of the school grounds, that this is an unsafe practice. Please follow the laws! *Please cross at the intersections and do not have your child cross with you in the middle of the road. Please be an example of safety! 

*If you park in the parking lot, please get out of your car and go and wait for your child so he/she is not crossing alone in front of buses and cars. 

PLEASE, NO OTHER DRINKS THAN WATER! AND...A FEW OTHER IMORTANT

REMINDERS! 

*Please have your child only bring water in his/her water bottle. Please do not send juice, pop, or Gatorade. Since we are eating in our classrooms, we have had quite a few spills and it is making a mess on the carpets. Thanks! 

*We are having quite a number of students that are forgetting their masks. We have masks available, but it is costing us quite a bit to purchase them. Please make sure your child has a clean, cloth mask each day when he/she comes to school. 

*Please make sure your child has a warm coat for these cold days! 

BRONCO BULLETIN 

3/25-SEP Conference 

3/26-PC Comp Day-No School 

4/5-9-Spring Break! No School 

4/19-4/23-Teacher Appreciation Week 

4/20-3rd GradeTrack Meet 

4/27-4th Grade Track Meet 

5/4-5th Grade Track Meet 

5/11-6th Grade Track Meet 

 

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