Beware of the Middle School Groanings

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From the desk of Tammy Hayes, Middle School Principal: Middle School students are notoriously chameleon when it comes to expressing their feelings. They typically take on the mood and the temperature of all… Continue reading

What’s Coming in March?

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Spirit MONTH!! Bullard Donut Café is giving back to The Brook Hill School during the month of March. For every purchase over $5, the Bullard Donut Café will donate .50 cents to The… Continue reading

Unconditional Love -1st Grade Leads Chapel

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Mrs. Smith’s first grade class was able to present their chapel on Friday this week instead of Wednesday, due to the weather. The students were transformed into scientists who studied the meaning of… Continue reading

3rd Grade Serves Others

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The third graders at Brook Hill have been collecting PB&J  for My Brother’s Keeper  which is an organization that provides sandwiches for the homeless in the Tyler area.  “Filling Hearts With PB&J” was… Continue reading

Choices

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From the desk of Wally Dawkins, Athletic Director: It was the end of May 2008. I was facing one of the toughest decisions of my life.  Or so it seemed. I had just… Continue reading

Aaron Clements’ Lessons from Brook Hill

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  From the desk of Ginger Bell, Director of Family and Alumni Relations: After spending seven years at Brook Hill, Aaron graduated in 2006 and headed west…to Texas Tech leaving his younger sister… Continue reading

Visit The Scholastic Book Fair!

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Visit the Brook Hill Lower School Book Fair, March 2-4 from 8:00-4:00 with late shopping hours on Tuesday, 3/3 until 5:00 pm. This year parents are invited to eat lunch and learn about a… Continue reading

Balancing Nurture and Rigor

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From the desk of Rod Fletcher, Headmaster: Last week I wrote that one of the main things that makes Brook Hill distinct is that we are both Christ-centered and college preparatory – something… Continue reading

Spanish at the Lower School

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In their regular classroom, costumed 3rd grade students were celebrating Magellan Day, but in Spanish class they were saying Bible verses in Spanish! What an awesome way to learn another language while also… Continue reading

Calculus Presentations

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As part of differentiating their learning, Calculus students have been giving class presentations the last two weeks. Topics ranged from differentiation and integration of exponential functions to inverse functions, bases other than “e”… Continue reading