6th Grade Art Makes Sculptures

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Sixth grade art has been studying about artist Helen Cordero a Pueblo Indian, and her famous Storyteller of 1964 in slipped and painted earthenware. Codero’s art was about how  the role of storytellers  preserved… Continue reading

7th & 8th Grade Choir Performs

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Our 7th & 8th grade students displayed their vocal talent Tuesday night at their spring choir performance. Students sang numbers from previous middle school musicals, and some of our high school students and alumni… Continue reading

5th Grade Launches Rockets

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On Tuesday, 5th Grade students launched rockets into the air using air pressure they stomped out of plastic bottles. Students made rockets with paper and then the class held a contest to see… Continue reading

Was OASIS Day Successful?

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From the desk of Dr. Stan Ward, Director of Campus Life & Ministry: Interestingly, the day after our OASIS Day (when Others Are Served Instead of Self), Dr. Tim Elmore published a blog… Continue reading

Getting to Know Colleges

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Part of preparing our students for college means helping them get to know the options that are available to them. One of the advantages our students have at Brook Hill is the opportunity… Continue reading

Guess Who This Actor Is!?

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Do you recognize the actor in this scene from Hello, Dolly! Hint: the year was 1974. Second hint: He no longer has that much hair on his head. Find out who this is… Continue reading

What Is Achievement Testing & Why Does Brook Hill Use It?

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From the desk of Sandra Fritcher, Lower School Principal Every spring, usually in April, the Lower School participates in achievement testing. We utilize the nationally-normed CTB Terra Nova Achievement Test for grades K-5.… Continue reading

I Took My Frog to the Library…Really!

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Mrs. Powell’s prekindergarten student, Piper, brought a frog (really a toad) to school. The librarian, Mrs. England, asked Piper if she would bring the frog to the library because, there was a matching book.  Brooklyn is… Continue reading

Kindergarten Spanish Learns About Animals

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Kinder Spanish students acted out the story, “La Gallinita Roja”, The Little Red Hen.  They made masks to represent which animal they were:  la gallina – the hen, el perro – the dog,… Continue reading

PreK Plants a Garden

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In honor of Earth Day, Mrs. Bell’s PreK class planted flowers, fruits, vegetables, and herbs in their new PreK Garden! Students each brought their own plants to place in the garden boxes outside… Continue reading