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"Read Across Brooks” (Monday, February 27- Friday, March 3)

This year, we will be exploring different Dr. Seuss books that are themed around positive lessons or ideas. We would also like to do a school-wide service project to show how much Brooks Elementary School cares.

We will be collecting aluminum can tabs throughout the entire month of February for the Ronald McDonald House Charities. Teachers will place a container in their classroom for students to fill. Tabs will be taken up on Friday, March 3.

Students may participate in the following dress-up activities during this week:

Monday – (2/27) -- Wear a superhero shirt. Book - “Horton Hears a Who” for “Power of Compassion” - A person’s a person - no matter how small - everyone matters!

Tuesday – (2/28) --- Wear black and white. Book - “On Beyond Zebra” for “Power of Knowledge”

Wednesday – (3/1) --- Be unique - Dress TACKY. Book - “Sneetches” “Power of Diversity - Uniqueness”

Thursday – (3/2) --- Wear Green or Turtle shirt

Book - “Yertle the Turtle” “Power of Kindness” - Treat others kindly

Friday – (3/3) ---Kindergarten Character Parade at 8:30

Hat Day & wear your grade level shirt or color of your grade level

Book - “The 500 Hats of Bartholomew Cubbins” “Power of Persistence”

If you are interested in registering your child for BES Pre-Kindergarten for the 2017-2018 school year click the following link the access information concerning registration.

Please note the drawing will be APRIL 6, 2017 at 9:00 a.m. in the BES Library.

Brooks Elementary Pre-K blasted off into a study of space. The pretend play area was turned into a space station. Our astronauts made sundials, shadow/fading art, and paintings from our galaxy. We simulated Earth’s revolution and rotation, moon bounced, and even graphed favorite planets. Click the link below to view a few photos from this exciting unit.

BES helped the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society by raising $2,583.80! This was a fantastic opportunity for students to learn about working together and impacting our community.

Congratulations to our BES Spelling Bee Winner, Aaron P., and Runner-Up, Anna Lee H.

Congratulations to all of our school spelling bee contestants!