Prekindergarten students recently experienced first hand the critters brought by the “Creature Teacher”. Mrs. Bell also enjoyed the visit!
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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 […]
The Brook Hill Middle School Students Are Invited to our Scholastic Book Fair Reading Oasis Family and Friends Night Tuesday, November 19, 4:00-6:00 (Come and Go) At the Lower School Library We have several middle school cases, lots of wacky pens and pencils, and other cool stuff!
When: November 18-22 , 8:00-4:00 pm Monday-Thursday 8:00-11:45 am Friday Where: Brook Hill Lower School Library Special Events: Tuesday: 4:00-6:00 pm Family and Friends Night Middle School students are also invited! Wednesday: 8:30-9:15 am Muffins for Mummies and Daddies Friday: Grandfriends Day shopping hours: 8:00-9:00, followed by the Program, Songs You Know by Heart, at 9:00. […]
Teachers at The Brook Hill Lower School engage students in the learning process in creative and fun ways. Mrs. Dahn’s students enjoyed spelling practice with shaving cream!
The BH Builders comprised of fourth and fifth graders accepted the First LEGO League’s Nature’s Fury challenge by sponsoring a whole school water and Gatorade drive to assist The Bullard Fire Department in their relief efforts. Over 8,000 bottles were collected thanks to the LEGO League and to the Brook Hill student body. The Bullard Fire Department recently […]
Caleb Wagner and Ivy Sudduth were honored by the Rotary Club of Tyler as Outstanding Senior Students from The Brook Hill School. Students were chosen based on their achievements through academics, leadership, and athletics. Congratulations Caleb and Ivy!
Students in Tina Nivens’ Studio Art 1 class just completed a project influenced by pop artist, Andy Warhol. Students each painted self portraits in black and white then added a pop of color. This project reinforced what the students have been learning about value and gradation as well as portraiture. These students are all new […]
This Thursday afternoon we honored Marisa Quevedo and Morgan Fore as they signed to compete at the collegiate level. Marisa and Morgan’s families along with Brook Hill coaches and students gathered to celebrate their accomplishments. The signing began with a word from Athletic Director, Wally Dawkins, and then continued with coaches and family members sharing […]
Mrs. Gibson’s students recently performed Heavenly Express, a play by Kay Chatwell. Conductor Emily steps on stage to announce, “All Aboard!” As the story unfolds, some people have no trouble boarding the train. Others, however, cannot seem to find a way to board and are puzzled about how to get a ticket. They learn that the tickets are […]