Mrs. Williams’s class went to the American Freedom Museum this week to do research on their Texas history projects. They are making a brochure on people who immigrated to Texas in the 1800s and the history around that time.
Our Middle School students have been busy with science fair projects. Students journals were submitted two weeks ago for judging and project boards were taken yesterday and students projects were judged and they had to talk to actual judges. Results are on February 23. Projects included: Musical Memory- Quinn Brown and Jivan Borland Gluten Free VS […]
Students designed their animals in their sketchbooks, created an armature, wrapped the armatures with plaster gauze strips, coated the surface with joint compound and sanded. Finally, the students will paint their sculptures and add embellishments.
UPDATE (2/2/18): Brook Hill competed against Classical Conversations Lindale. Although Brook Hill lost this match, it was our first loss so we had a tie breaker round. There were two tie breaker rounds that ended in a tie, but Brook Hill came out ahead in the third tie breaker round. Brook Hill is the first […]
From the desk of Tammy Hayes, Middle School Principal: Brook Hill Middle School is off and running for 2018, and I am so excited about all that this semester holds for our students. I want to highlight a distinctive class in the Middle, MS 101, which by design takes a shift in its direction second […]
From the desk of Glenn Ballard, Director of Fine Arts: COME ONE! COME ALL! To the 11th Annual Middle School POTATOES & PLAYS. Friday and Saturday Nights FEBRUARY 2 & 3 6 p.m. – 9 p.m. The annual P&P event gives us the opportunity to showcase our fine Middle School actors and singers in a […]
Brook Hill Middle School Girls Soccer defeated Grace last night with a 2-0 win! “Hannah Smith scored both goals but the team played exceptionally well,” Coach Knight said. “We have a lot of potential with this group of young ladies, and I’m excited for the season ahead of us.”
This week class ended a little early for our first “Elf Day.” Mrs. Hayes and Mrs. Smith dressed up like Zooey Deschanel and Will Ferrell, and everyone got to eat cookies and play board games together.
Eighth graders were challenged to build the “slowest” roller coaster in science class using only four sentence strips and tape. Roller coasters were required to have at least 5 ramps, a tunnel, a trapdoor and a surprise. This had to be accomplished in one class period along with running five trial runs with a marble. […]
On Tuesday, the 7th grade boys’ choir went to The Height of Tyler to sing a Christmas concert for the residents. The boys sang a variety of Christmas tunes such as Deck the Hall, I’m Getting Nuttin’ for Christmas and a medley of familiar carols.
Last night was our annual Middle School Fall Field night organized by Coach Wilson. Our middle school students played Capture the Flag and got a free snack and drink from the concession stand.
Eighth graders have been studying physical and chemical changes and physical and chemical properties in science class. As a summative activity, students made GAK following a certain formula. During the experiment, students were watching for changes in matter as well as properties. Some groups were successful in making the product and some were not due […]