Tuesday, June 30, 2015
2003 East Lee Rd. • Taylors, S.C. 29687 • 864-355-4700 • FAX 864-355-4755
Principal's Message

Upcoming Events


  • Science Fair

  • Talent Show

  • Animal Ambassadors

  • Campaign Award of Excellence

  • Reading with the Firemen

  • Black History Program

  • Battle of the Books

  • GO Fish

Announcements

Summer Hours

       



 
On the morning of Thursday, May 28, students and faculty at Brook Glenn Elementary were dazzled by the talent of David Novak Click here to find out more ...
The teachers and students took the dance floor at Brook Glenn PTA’s end-of-the-year dance. Click here to find out more ...
 PTA took the opportunity to thank all the teachers, parents, staff members for their help that they freely gave over the year.  Click here to find out more ...
The Taylors firemen visited Brook Glenn Elementary on Thursday, May 28th to read with our Kindergarteners and 1st Graders. Click here to find out more ...
2nd grade artists looked at several different artists and studied different types of line and line direction in their artwork. Click here to find out more ...
5th Grade artists studied the self-portrait work of several artists, such as Frida Kahlo Click here to find out more ...
We began this week of art by reading the book, “I Like Myself” by Karen Beaumount Click here to find out more ... 
First grade students were learning about different types of jobs for Career Week. Click here to find out more ... 
Brook Glenn celebrated our budding scientist at our Science Fair Night.  There was a great turnout to see the displays. Click here to find out more ...
Parents, students and faculty gathered on Friday, March 20th to celebrate many talented students at Brook Glenn Elementary. Click here to find out more ...
Brook Glenn participated in its annual "Pasta for Pennies" campaign. This was a monetary drive benefiting the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. Click here to find out more ...  
On Tuesday, March 10, all participating Greenville County elementary schools convened at Heritage Elementary for the Regional Contest of Battle of the Books. Click here to find out more ...  
We all know that a firefighter’s job is to put out fires and help keep us safe. Well that was not the task put before them on this day. Click here to find out more ...  
On March 3, Brook Glenn had a Black History program which allowed students to show​ case their talent while celebrating the contributions of the many hard working people Click here to find out more ....
On Friday, March 6th students from Brook Glenn Elementary had some special visitors Friday morning when they had a chance to see a live animal science presentation Click here to find out more ...  
To celebrate "Love of Reading Month", teachers and students were given the opportunity to get cozy Click here to find out more ....
 Brook Glenn has begun its annual  "Pasta for Pennies" campaign.  This is a monetary drive benefiting Click here to find out more ....
Brook Glenn won Campaign Award of Excellence from United Way. Click here to find out more ....
What  is Go Fish?  (Great Opportunities for Families In Search of Help)  its a division of Brook Glenn Elementary  Click here to find out more ....
 4K artists learned about paint, scissor, and glue stick skills.  Click here to find out more ....
 3rd grade students studied the work of artist, George Rodrigue, and his famous Blue Dog paintings. Click here to find out more ....
Each year, Brook Glenn students benefit from tutoring and enrichment programs sponsored by Eastside High School. Click here to find out more ....
Reach for the Stars is a pledge-based reading incentive program, designed to benefit schools. Click here to find out more ....
Our kindergarten artists took a look at artist, Piet Mondrian, and studied his artwork. We looked specifically at his artwork influenced by Cubism.  Click here to find out more ...
For this artwork, 1st grade artists looked at various images of trees and discussed the different types of line they saw. They also talked about the different directions the lines traveled and how that changed the way the trees looked.  Click here to find out more ...
2nd grade artists looked at several different artists and studied different types of line and line direction in their artwork. Click here to find out more ...

4th Grade artists looked at artwork by Vincent van Gogh and Andrew Wyeth and discussed how their use of line expressed different feelings in each work of art. Click here to find out more ...
5th grade artists took a look at the artwork of Heather Galler. They discussed her career as an artist in New York.  Click here to find out more ...