October 28-November 1 is “I Just Read a Great Book Week” at the Brook Hill Lower School. Mrs. Gibson’s fifth grade class chose one of their favorite easy-readers to read to Mrs. Powell’s Pre-Kindergarten class. Not only was this a very special time for the Pre-K students, but it was an especially fun time for […]
Fifth Graders recently read about Pete the Cat to preschool students during “Read a Great Book Week”. Pictured here are fifth graders with their “reading buddies”.
The Lower School students participated in many special activities and events during Great Book Week. The culmininating activity was the “Great Book Week” character parade. The entire student body dressed up as a story or real life character. The variety of characters included Pete the Cat, Mice and Cookies from If You Give a Mouse a Cookie, Office […]
The “wild things” recently made an appearance at chapel service this week. Pictured below are the “wild” Lower School teachers with Mrs. Fritcher who was a bit on the wild side herself! All was in fun as teachers dressed in the spirit of the story, Where the Wild Things Are, by Maurice Sendak. This was […]
Pumpkins on Parade was a very successful event at the Lower School Library! We had 45 students create pumpkin characters based on a favorite story character. All Brook Hill Lower School students then voted for their favorite pumpkin. The “Children’s Choice” award winners are pictured on the front row below. The first place winner was Wilbur from […]
5th graders dissected owl pellets this week as part of their study of different ecosystems. At first it seemed gross, but they quickly adjusted and had a great time finding the bones! Once students dissected the pellets, they classified the skulls to determine what the owl ate. After this each student classified the bones by placing […]
The Storybook Pumpkins have arrived at the Lower School Library! Come by after school until 4:15 pm on Monday and Tuesday, October 29th & 30th, to check out all the interesting and clever disguises. Pictured below are a few of the storybook pumpkin characters.
The Lower School chapel service included the first quarter awards. Students were selected based on attributes of the award. The awards presented were Scholarly Achievement, Godly Character, Leadership, and Servant’s Heart. Students earning these awards are pictured below. Scholarly Achievement Beaux Christian, Josh Collins, Nate Dahn, Landry Graves, Marlee Gunter, Katelynn Henics, James Jordan, Max […]
Mrs. Dawkins’s fourth grade students created their own costumes and props for a reader’s theatre performance about the life of Christopher Columbus.
I Am Brook Hill And so am I………………….. and so am I!
Mrs Dahn’s first grade class brought the memory verse to life as students acted out God telling Abraham to move and that he would make him into a great nation and bless him.
PreKindergarten and Kindergarten classes recently visited the pumpkin patch at Moore Farms after studying about the characteristics and life cycle of pumpkins. Each student left with their very own pumpkin to take home.