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Preparing for College – 9th, 10th, & 11th Graders Starting Now!

February 26, 2014

Starting Early, Starting Right – 11th Grade: Juniors, Class of 2015, and their parents are making plans for next year! Students are sitting down with Mrs. Tucker and discussing graduation, evaluating transcripts, making course requests, and talking about the importance of: – taking an SAT or ACT before the end of the year; – getting […]

Are you positive…or negative?

February 21, 2014

Mrs. Mize’s class took an alternate approach to note taking in class on Thursday. Each student created their own “instruction manual” for adding and subtracting integers. The students learned to categorize each type of integer operation problem according to colors. Yellow for positive integers; red for negative integers. Each problem was then classified as an […]

ACE Is The Place! Meet Our New ACE Coordinator

February 21, 2014

From the desk of Michelle Rozell, Upper School Principal: It’s already mid-February and peeking around the corner are such calendar events as the TAPPS Orchestra, Choir and Art competitions, golf, track, baseball, softball, and the always anticipated spring musical just to name a few of the many opportunities afforded the Brook Hill students this time […]

“God Bless America”: A Patriotic Tribute Offered by Mrs. Johnson’s Second Graders

February 21, 2014

Mrs. Johnson’s second grade class presented a rousing patriotic tribute to America during chapel service in honor of President’s Day. The program included drama, patriotic songs, and special guest appearances by Betsy Ross, Francis Scott Key, George and Martha Washington, and Lady Liberty.  Second grader, Luke, explained that the United States Flag, the Pledge of Allegiance, […]

Come to Our Scholastic Book Fair Fiesta!

February 21, 2014

The theme for the Scholastic Book Fair is Book Fair Fiesta. Students will preview February 25-28. Shopping continues from March 3-6 from 8:00-4:00 each day. Online shopping is available. Click on the picture for more information. Special events include: Friday, 2/28,  2:00-3:30 Parent & student “sneak peak”shopping Tuesday, 3/4, 3:30-4:00 Performance by Mrs. Partida’s second […]

Now You See Him, Now You Don’t – Technology in the Classroom

February 21, 2014

“He’s got the magic” both on the court and in the classroom! While traveling to tonight’s varsity basketball game in Colleyville, Coach Agnew was also teaching his Geometry lesson to a classroom full of students. How did he do it? See the blog about last week’s professional development (Click Here) for the secret to his […]

Teen Self-Harming Series: What’s this Cutting thing?

February 21, 2014

From the desk of Tammy Hayes, Middle School Principal: What’s going on with my teenager? It seems that in a moment our kids can move from happy go-lucky to curled up in the fetal position or hidden away in bedrooms without much notice in between. Why? What’s changed since we were kids? Some say it’s […]

Rotary Students of the Month

February 21, 2014

The Rotary Club of Bullard has invited us to participate in its “Student of the Month” program. Every other month, we will have the opportunity to nominate a junior or senior girl and boy to be recognized for excellence in extracurricular involvement, academic achievement, and character. Kendall Wells, daughter of Mike and Debbie Wells, and […]

Fourth Graders Visit the Perot Museum of Nature and Science

February 21, 2014

Fourth graders spent an entire school day at the Perot Museum of Nature and Science in downtown Dallas exploring  five floors of amazing exhibits and learning about God’s hand in our world.  Students viewed many interesting things from life-size dinosaur fossils to different kinds of birds and how they fly.  A student favorite was the sports complex where the students were able race […]

Brook Hill Students Take Part in Second Annual Ethics Bowl.

February 21, 2014

From the Desk of Dr. Stan Ward, Director of Campus Life & Ministry: On Wednesday, February 19, four Brook Hill students took part in UT Tyler’s second annual high school ethics bowl. Chipper Adams, Allie Childers, Hope Cooper, and Summer Nasser all participated. Sponsored by the UT Tyler Center for Ethics, the ethics bowl is […]

Make Your Own Satire – 11th Humanities

February 20, 2014

At the conclusion of a unit on the eighteenth-century satires of Jonathan Swift and Voltaire, the junior Humanities students produced their own satires in the form of videos or essays.   At the end of the unit, the most effective satires were awarded Olympic medals. Winning the gold in B/C block were Haleigh Smith and Lindsay […]