Last weekend Brook Hill students’ work was on display at the Jenny Woods Fine Art Exhibition in Bullard. Congratulations to the student’s whose work represented Brook Hill so well. Kaylee Lambert Colored Pencil 11th Grade Madyson McEuen Self Portrait Graphite on Paper 8th Grade Layne Whitten Self Portrait Graphite on Paper 7th Grade MiKaya Willis […]
The Smith County Fire Department winners of Division III (6th – 8th grade) are: 1st Place – Hannah Smith 2nd Place – Colton Carson 3rd Place- Madyson McEuen Hannah’s poster will move on the City-County Contest, and if it wins will move on to the regional contest. These students and their parents have been requested […]
On Monday night, our Middle School had a costume contest and watched Sky High outside of Founder’s Hall.
The Middle School Academic Quiz Bowl competed against Arp Junior High on Thursday, November 2. Students were challenged with questions from history, geography, science, math, literature and current events. They will return on January 9 to continue competition against Gorman. Team sponsor, Jenny Wallace, is proud of how much the team has improved since last […]
The 7th grade boys choir spent a class period in the American Freedom Museum recently learning about Texas songs. The students learned the history of songs such as The Eyes of Texas and Deep in the Heart of Texas, as well as the present state song, Texas Our Texas. After the lesson, they voted on […]
Eighth graders are learning to identify physical and chemical changes by testing four white powders. Each were observed dry and then after mixing with water, vinegar and iodine. Students were looking for evidence of which change occurred.
Congratulations to our 7th A team who are your 2017 TAPSAC Volleyball Champions and to Callie Bailey for earning MVP of the tournament! Our 7th A team defeated Grace to make it to the championship game where they played All Saints. All Saints took set 1, but the girls worked hard and never gave up […]
It was just your average Thursday at Brook Hill, and Mr. Johnson’s Math 6 classes were finished with their study of fractions. That means Fraction Party time! Here are some of his students solving fraction problems and eating the answers. “We had a lot of fun with pizza, cookie cakes, brownies and cake pops,” Mr. […]
From the desk of Tammy Hayes, Middle School Principal: This is actually the first ever blog written in team with newly elected middle school historian, Emma Hamlin and me, your middle school principal. It is fitting that we are reporting together on this event given its theme of “we.” This past week, 104 students along with […]
To help students better understand subatomic particles in the atom, 8th graders have been building Bohr models of different atoms using beans and peas. Once the model was checked and found to be correct, students then drew pictures and made electron dot diagrams for each atom studied. Students were constantly heard saying , “This makes so […]
Brook Hill Middle School students will have their art work displayed at the Tyler Museum of Art’s annual Day of the Dead celebration. There will be an artist’s reception the weekend prior to the actual Day of The Dead. The Day of the Dead is November 1st and 2nd. Brook Hill has participated in this […]
Brook Hill took Best of Show in the two visual art categories of the Creative Arts Contest at the East Texas State Fair! Layne Whitten won the Tri- Colored Award for ages 10-13 with his self-portrait drawing and Madyson McEuen won the Tri-colored Award for ages 14-18, also with a self-portrait drawing. First Place winners: […]