Wednesday, July 30, 2014
2003 East Lee Rd. • Taylors, S.C. 29687 • 864-355-4700 • FAX 864-355-4755

Upcoming Events


  • PEP Book Fair

  • Science Fun Day

  • Chocolate Socks

  • A Visit from the Firemen

  • Math Olympics

  • Miles for Moms

  • Social Studies Skits

  • PEP Reading Night 2014

Announcements

Summer Hours

Summer Hours Begin Monday, June 9 (Four-Day Work Weeks) - District offices and schools will operate on the summer work schedule from Monday, June 9 through Friday, August 8.  Hours on Mondays—Thursdays are from 7:30 a.m. until 5:30 p.m.  All locations will be closed on Fridays.
 


CATCH the Facts

Summer is here! What better way to kick off summer than to CATCH new recipes for healthy breakfasts and snacks.  Click on the photos below to find recipes that are quick, easy, kid friendly, nutritious, and delicious!

                                                      



 

Brook Glenn Family Reading Night was held on Wednesday, June 18th sponsored by Public Education Partners-“Make Summer Count”.  Click here to find out more ...
Have you ever wanted to explore new places, meet new people, and experience amazing adventures? Click here to find out more ...
Have you ever wondered what would happen when you take two of your favorite things and put them together?  Click here to find out more ...
Science Fun Day was held on May 19th at Brook Glenn Elementary. Students rotated through different activities to complete hands- on science experiments. Click here to find out more ...
On Tuesday, May 20, 2014 Brook Glenn participated in its first annual Math Olympics. Click here to find out more ...

It is National Bicycle Month and students at Brook Glenn participated in National Bike To School Day on May 7th Click here to find out more ...

Brook Glenn's CATCH Program brings schools, families and communities together to teach children how to be healthy for a lifetime. Click here to find out more ...
In April, Brook Glenn partnered with NGU in order to bring 3rd grade students an interactive experience of the S.C. Social Studies standards. Click here to find out more ...
Greenville Drive Reading All-Stars program allows students the opportunity to participate a reading incentive program.  
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I'm sure you've all experienced seeing a child terrified of a firefighter in full gear.  Firefighting is an extremely dangerous occupation. Click here to find out more ...
These third grade students passed all of their multiplication facts through tens. Click here to find out more ...
Students in Mrs. Kerechanin's speech class, read Six Thick Thumbs by Steve Charney.  Six Thick Thumbs is a story of tongue-twisters that form a tornado which sweeps over a little town Click here to find out more ...
 Brook Glenn held its annual talent show on Friday March 21st! As always the performances blew everyone away from the moment the performers came on stage. Click here to find out more ....
 
On Thursday, March 20, at 6:00 in the evening, students from several elementary schools convened on Paris Elementary for the 2014 Battle of the Books competition. Click here to find out more....
 
1st grade students studied the artwork of Georgia O'Keefe. Then, they learned how to do observational drawings of flowers  to begin making their own O'Keeffe inspired painting. Click here to find out more....
 
The past few weeks our Kindergarten students have been looking at pictures of Spring and working together in groups to create their own Spring mural. Click here to find out more....
 
SCIRA-South Carolina International Reading Association, an organization whose mission is to promote literacy through the improvement of reading instruction, Click here to find out more....
 
Kindergarten Artists took a look at South Carolina Artist, Jasper Johns, and created their own unique artwork inspired by his style. Check here to find out more....
 
4th Grade students studied artist Kim Cantrell and his unique perspective on mask making. Then they created their own mask in Cantrell's style by exaggerating imperfections and using bold colors and shapes. Check here to find out more....
 
3rd Grade students looked at artwork by Pablo Picasso and created their own self-portraits inspired by his style. Check here to find out more....