Second grade students of Mrs. Brashier and Mrs. Johnson recently conducted a mock election after reading the story, Duck for President by Doreen Cronin. Students made posters, campaign speeches, and filled out voter registration cards. The candidates running for president were Farmer Brown and Duck! The second graders voted with a secret ballot and tallied results. The […]
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Today at chapel we honored those brave men and women who fought to preserve our freedom. The celebration of freedom included the story of a local veteran from WWII, a salute from the Cannon Guard, and a tour of the American Freedom Museum. It was a wonderful opportunity to remind our students of the sacrifice countless […]
This week’s senior seminar featured a visit from Dr. Catherine Ross (an English professor at U.T. Tyler) and Thomas Duncan (an admissions representative). Mr. Duncan provided students with free resources from the university, and Dr. Ross explained what students should expect from professors, why professors teach the way they do, why a 4.0 is not […]
View homework and grades. Make payments to lunch and childcare accounts. Email your child’s teacher. Search the BH school directory. Do all this and more with RenWeb’s available mobile apps! There are now 2 great ways to access all of the information available in the traditional ParentsWeb website from your mobile devices: RenWeb Home App […]
Congratulations to Brook Hill seniors, Ivy Sudduth and Evan Hayes, for being named Students of the Month by The Bullard Rotary Club. They were selected by the Brook Hill faculty as a representation of overall excellence! Ivy and Evan were presented a certificate of recognition at the October Rotary meeting.
The University of Texas at Tyler recently hosted 12 college education majors from Shimane University in Japan. The team was led by Gate Coordinator, Ashley Ward and Dr. Naomi Kagawa, an elementary education professor from Japan. The students were here to study the United States educational system and Brook Hill was selected to represent private […]