Congratulations to Lindsay Wheeler and Gabe Lucio for being chosen as the Rotary Youth Leadership Award (RYLA) winners from Brook Hill! All juniors were considered and faculty/staff nominated four girls and four boys to move on to the next round. These eight students (Samantha Anderson, Hope Cooper, Avery Langemeier, Lindsay Wheeler, Grant Hanks, Phillip Kitt, […]
Ever wonder if your child is getting a nutritious breakfast each day? In the photo below you can see a standard Brook Hill breakfast that is served each morning in the Commons. Besides the eggs, sausage pancake wrap, hash browns, bagel, cereal, fruit, milk and juice pictures here your child is also served omelets, pancakes, […]
From the desk of Jan Hommel, American Freedom Museum Director: John F. Kennedy 35th President of the United States January 20, 1961 – November 22, 1963 “With a good conscience our only sure reward, with history the final judge of our deeds, let us go forth to lead the land we love, asking His blessing […]
Ask a kindergarten student and they may just know the answer! They are learning how to tell time using their entire body!
From the Desk of Dr. Stan Ward: On November 22, our nation will mark the 50th anniversary of the death of John F. Kennedy. Though not as famous as the death of Kennedy, that same date also marks the 50th anniversary of the passing of C. S. Lewis. If you are looking for a way […]
Spanish 1 students tried their hand (literally) at conjugation of Spanish verbs this week using Play-Doh. Instead of writing the verb endings on paper with pen, the students rolled out their letters using Play-Doh. With their partner, they recreated their own model of the Spanish –ar verb chart on their desk. It was truly tactile […]
From the Desk of Dr. Stan Ward: Friday’s MS Fall Field Night was a lot of fun! Approximately 50 MS students came to “hang out” at the football field from 7:30pm – 9:30pm. Activities included making s’mores, playing kickball, throwing footballs and frisbees, enjoying hot chocolate, hula-hooping, and even line dancing! Several US students helped […]
Prekindergarten students recently experienced first hand the critters brought by the “Creature Teacher”. Mrs. Bell also enjoyed the visit!
Fifth graders were given the challenge to build a model of an oil derrick using 8 marshmallows, 6 linguine, and 16 pieces of spaghetti. Derricks had to stand for at least 30 seconds to qualify as a winner. Derricks were then measured for height. The winning derricks were made by William Roberts and Clay Kelly […]
Third graders are learning about the moon. In lab this week, craters were made by dropping marbles from different heights. Students found that the craters became larger as they dropped the marble from higher points. Then, they tested their jump height to see how high they could jump on the moon by multiplying their jump […]
From the desk of Dr. Stan Ward: Matt Tibbets of TBG Solutions spoke to MS and US students at chapel on Wednesday, November 20. His presentation explained how students can protect their online identity and why doing so was important. Matt shared stories and statistics about how colleges and employers screen people by using social […]