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Math Tangram Activity
Walk to School Day
Fire Prevention Week
The Treasure Trove of Conservation Cove
Miles for Moms
The Bully Who Called Boy
PEP Reading Night 2014
Red Ribbon Week
“Stomp out Drugs” Day (wear mismatched shoes & walk the track)
Use your head & “Put a Cap on Drugs” Day (wear a hat/cap to show you’re too smart to mess with drugs)
“BE A SUPER HERO! YOU HAVE THE POWER!” (Wear your favorite super hero shirt or cape) Make a good healthy choice to be DRUG FREE
We are starting to collect candy for the Fall Carnival. Please send in bags of individually wrapped candy to be given out at the carnival. The class that brings in the most candy by Oct. 31st will receive 5 free tickets per student to use at the carnival.
Taylors Fire Dept. visited Brook Glenn Elementary for Fire Prevention Week. Fire Prevention Week was October 5–11 and the week’s focus on the value of fire safety was smoke alarms. Click here to find out more ...
Wednesday, Oct 8 was Walk to School Day at Brook Glenn! We don't have a lot of student's walking to school so we planned a time where the entire school walked the track to promote health and wellness. 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 ...
For this artwork, 3rd grade artists studied artwork by Vincent van Gogh and Claud Monet and discussed the types of line used to create a landscape. 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 ...
On Monday, September 29th, The National Theatre for Children visited Brook Glenn Elementary to perform The Treasure Trove of Conservation Cove: A Pirate’s Tale. Click here to find out more ...
The Boy Who Cried Bully is a play about Nate, a typical third-grader who loves playing outside with friends, adding comic relief to Miss Thurgood's class and telling tall tales. Click here to find out more ...