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What's Happening at Brookwood

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November 20 - November 24, 2017




November 20th



November 21st

  • School Dismisses at 3:35 pm
November 22nd - 24th 
Thanksgiving Break


November 27 - December 1, 2017

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November 27th



November 28th

  • Brain Boosters


November 29th

  • Brain Boosters


November 30th

  • Principal of the Day, D. McKinnon
  • 2nd Grade Hands-on-Science
  • November Birthday Table
  • Bear Bunch Activity 3:15


December 1st

  • Report Cards Come Home
  • Meet the Masters Assembly -  9:20 (K-3), 9:50 (4-5)
  • Early Out - Have a great weekend! 



Do your students know how to appropriately communicate online? It's important for students to know internet etiquette and how communicating online can be different than other forms of communication.  Watch this video with your students and talk about it!


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vZdcRFiNxws&list=PL8TjVyuBdsCnTZiAYcQcF4v-6dw0nlRJm&index=4 (Links to an external site.)

2016-17 Reflections

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 "What is YOUR story?"

Choreograph a dance, produce a film, write a poem or story, compose a song, take a picture, or create a piece of visual or 3-D art to tell how you interpret this year’s PTA Reflections theme, “What Is Your Story?”  

All children deserve opportunities to explore and be involved in the arts. The arts play a critical role in students’ success in school and beyond, enhancing their reading and language skills, mathematics skills, thinking skills, social skills, motivation to learn and positive school environment. The National PTA Reflections program is PTA’s cornerstone arts program. It offers students the opportunity to earn local, state and even national recognition for original artwork they create in response to a specific theme.  Students who participate in the Reflections Program get an opportunity to explore the arts and culture, develop creative thinking and problem-solving skills and recognize themselves as artists. Entries should represent students’ unique creativity—adults are welcome to encourage students but are asked not to assist in any way with their interpretation of the theme or artistic expression.

To enter, go online to http://www.utahpta.org/reflections to find downloadable entry forms and rules.  If you have questions, please contact Christina Wong at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or Melissa Fowles at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..  


Entries are due on Tuesday, October 18th. 

All Brookwood Elementary students are invited to participate!