Tuesday, January 22, 2019
2003 East Lee Rd.Taylors, S.C. 29687864-355-4700 • FAX 864-355-4755
  • EHS Readers
    EHS Readers
  • Brook Glenn Celebrates Our Veterans
    Brook Glenn Celebrates Our Veterans
  • Land of Smiles Show
    Land of Smiles Show
  • Mother & Son Craft Night
    Mother & Son Craft Night
  • Kilowatt Kitchen
    Kilowatt Kitchen
  • Book Character Day
    Book Character Day-Harry Potter
  • The Golden Nuggets
    The Golden Nuggets
  • PEP Family Night
    PEP Family Night
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Brook Glenn Spotlights 

On December 18th, Brook Glenn students were visited by Eastside High Cadets.  (EHS Reads)
Students at Brook Glenn Elementary had all kinds of questions for Thomas Meeks, and Robert Starliper (Veterans)
First grade read through the book, The Dot by Peter H. Reynolds. (The Dot)
Second grade read through Charlotte's Web by E.B. White.  (2nd Grade Webbing)
On the first day in art Brook Glenn students drew and colored their own feathers.  (Collaborative Eagle Wings)
On Thursday, June 14th Public Education Partners sponsored its annual Family Reading Night at Brook Glenn. (PEP Books)
 Our Fourth Graders have been learning about young heroes (Spelling Bee)
 Brook Glenn Elementary has a unique opportunity to swap student artworks (Art Swap)
Third Grade studied the color wheel and created their color wheel (Color Wheels)
Brushing, flossing, and dental check-ups OH MY!  Brook Glenn students are smiling a little brighter now (Land of Smiles)
Fourth grade studied Aboriginal Artworks and created their own Aboriginal leaf designs (Aboriginal Artworks)
On Friday, November 17th Brook Glenn sponsored its first Mother and Son craft night.  (Mother & Son Craft Night)
1st Grade studied artist, Joan Miro, and created self portraits in his style. (Self Portraits)
Second grade studied artist, Victor Vasserly, and created their own Op Art using warm and cool colors in a repeated pattern.  (OpArt)
4K and 5K studied the variety of lines an artist can use in making their art. (Magic Carpets)
Lorraine Quiche is just about to realize her dream of opening her own restaurant. Unfortunately, her top chef, Chuck Wagon, has been wasting energy and now the power’s gone out! (Kilowatt Kitchen)