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Registration and New School Year Information
If you are registering a child for the 2019-2020 school year, please review the following:
The following information is necessary to complete your application:
Now is a great opportunity to sign up for PTO and stay connected. Join the Brookland Elementary and Brookland Elementary School PTO Facebook pages.
School Bus Form
Please add one entry for each child. Click here or scan the QR code below to register your child as a bus rider.
Thank New Car Line Policy
Effective for the 2019-20 school year, car line traffic will be allowed on campus beginning at 2:45 PM. In the past our car line would begin lining up at the water tower. Since that is a city street, this will no longer be allowed. These changes are to ensure the safest possible environment for our students. Thank you for your cooperation!
Brookland Elementary is excited to announce our new One Book, One School - How To Eat Fried Worms! Chapters will be read aloud by our staff and trivia questions will follow the next day. Join us in celebrating this wonderful classic!
September 10: Chapters 1-2
(Read by Mrs. Jaynes)
September 12: Chapters 3-5
(Read by Mrs. Weisenbach)
September 17: Chapters 6-8
(Read by Ms. Hembrey)
September 19: Chapters 9-11
(Read by Mrs. McCall)
September 24: Chapters 12-14
(Read by Mrs. Clark)
September 26: Chapters 15-17
(Read by Mrs. Hughes)
October 1: Chapters 18-20
(Read by Mrs. J. Martin)
October 3: Chapters 21-23
(Read by Mrs. Brooks)
October 8: Chapters 24-26
(Read by Ms. Hooper)
October 10: Chapters 27-29
(Read by Mrs. Allen)
October 15: Chapters 30-32
(Read by Ms. Smith)
October 17: Chapters 33-35
(Read by Mrs. Gilley)
October 22: Chapters 36-38
(Read by Mrs. J. Morris)
October 24: Chapters 39-41
(Read by Mrs. Lantz)
Our One Book, One School event will finish with a Fall Festival Celebration. More details will follow.
Brookland Elementary Voted the Best!Brookland was voted #1 by readers in TWO categories in the 2019 NEA Kids' Directory Best Choice Awards for Kids and Families. We received the highest number of votes for:
--Best Elementary School
--Best Summer Care Program
Congratulations BES! You are the BEST!
IMPORTANT DATES AND INFORMATION
Breakfast begins at 7:20 am and Morning Meeting starts at 7:45 am. School begins at 7:50 am and the tardy bell rings at 7:55.
- Sept.1 - 30, Istation Testing Window, K-2
- Sept. 2 - Labor Day, No School
- Sept. 5 - 2nd AR Family Night, 6-7:00 pm
- Sept. 6 - One Book/ One School Kickoff
- Sept. 7 - Donuts for Dad, 9 am, Elem Cafeteria. Click here for more information.
- Sept. 9 - Cookie Dough Fundraiser Kickoff,1:45 pm
- Sept. 10 – Conscious Discipline Night 6:30-7:30 pm, gym/cafeteria
- Sept. 12 - 5 week reports, Bearbuck Store. Please contact Mrs. Davis or Martin if you are interested in volunteering.
- Sept. 14 – St. Bernard’s Color Run
- Sept. 16 - Dot Day (Mrs. Martin)
- Sept. 17 – Boy Scouts 6:30 pm, cafeteria/gym
- Sept. 25 - School Picture Day
- Sept. 26 - PTO Meeting, Elem. Computer Lab, 6 pm
- Sept. 27 - Super Gamer Day (PBIS in class reward time), Birthday Celebration Sept/Oct (Mrs. Davis)
Click the banner above to order your 2019-20 Brookland PreK - 6th Grade Yearbook! Let's have a memorable year!
Check out this week's lunch menus. Preview the menu here. Pay for your child's lunch online here at EZ School Pay.
WATCH Dog Registration
If you are interested in becoming a WATCH Dog for Brookland Elementary, please complete the following online registration information and contact Tressa Davis, elementary counselor, at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you for supporting our school.
Brookland Elementary Administration and Office Information
Sandy McCall, Elementary Principal
Jennifer Jaynes, Assistant Elementary Principal
Jennifer Easley, Preschool Director
Tressa Davis, Elementary Counselor, NBCT
Dana Ford, Elementary Counselor, NBCT
Stacy Herring, Elementary Secretary
Sherry Rackley, Elementary Secretary
Amy Ivey, Special Education Supervisor
Mrs. Tirado is nominated Brookland Elementary Teacher of the Year!
Congratulations to Kindergarten teacher Christine Tirado for being recognized as Brookland Elementary’s Teacher of the Year for the 2018-19 school year!. Students, teachers, parents, and peers participated in the process. Congratulations to a wonderful teacher!
Brookland Elementary Award
Brookland School Board recognizes that the education of each student is a responsibility shared by the school and the student's family. Participation of parents and families is critical to the academic success of the students and Brookland Public Schools encourages the regular participation of parents in the educational process.
To view our ACSIP and Spotlight Indicators, please go to http://www.indistar.org/app/ and login with the following guest login:
Istation Home Access
Students have home access in their subscription, including interactive books and Ipractice. Parents also have access to the parent portal. You can log in to the website using your student's log-in credentials to check on progress and will have access to additional books and games that you can use with your child. More information can be found at https://www.istation.com/ and Istation Home for Parents Guide
Let's keep our kids learning!
Learn more about this Office Max Program here. Our school code is 70002437. Thanks for your participation!
Download the new box tops app and start earning money for our school today!! Spread the word to your families! Anyone can choose our school and scan their receipts to help Brookland Elementary!
Best Choice Helps Brookland Elementary!
Brookland Elementary School
200 N. Oak Street
Brookland, AR 72417
Brookland Elementary Facebook and PTO Information
The Facebook name for BES is "Brookland Elementary School" and the name for PTO is "Brookland Elementary PTO." Like us and learn more great information about our schol and upcoming events!
Elementary School Mission Statement
We are meeting the chanllenges of a growing community by providing diverse educational opportunities that meet the unique needs of each student. By collaborating with family and community members, we expect each child to reach their highest potential.
Elementary Vision Statement
For each child...
Build a core educational foundation foe each child. Encourage the social and emotional development of each child. Strengthen the family-school-community partnership for each child.
Whatever it takes...for every child!
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R.I.S.E. (Reading Initiative for Student Excellence)
Arkansas encourages a culture of reading by coordinating a statewide reading campaign with community partners, parents, and teachers to establish the importance of reading in homes, schools, and communities.