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Enrollment Information

Kindergarten Enrollment Packet  
1st-2nd Grade Enrollment Packet (available soon)
 
The following forms are required with your registration packet: 

Child's Birth Certificate, Immunization Record, Social Security Card
Physical (not required for registration) but will need to start in August.
Proof of Residence (a current water bill or electric bill with parent name and address)



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. 

 


 

One Book, One School - The Mouse and Motorcycle

Brookland Elementary is excited to announce our next One Book, One School kickoff on September 25th. We will be reading "The Mouse and the Motorcycle" by Beverly Cleary. Please look below for reading chapter dates, morning meeting trivia times, and links to the chapters read online by our elementary staff. Watch this introductory video as Mrs. McCall explains our new book program with "The Mouse and Motorcyle."

               


Sept. 25 - 26, Chapter 1 - The New Guests (read by Mrs. McCall). 
Sept. 27 - Chapter 1 Trivia (Morning Meeting)
Sept. 27 - 28, Chapter 2 - The Motorcycle (read by Mrs. Newman)
Sept. 29 - Chapter 2 Trivia (Morning Meeting)
Oct. 2-3,  Chapter 3
Oct. 4 - Chapter 3 Trivia (Morning Meeting)
Oct. 4 - 5, Chapter 4
Oct. 6 - Chapter 4 Trivia (Morning Meeting)
Oct. 9 -10, Chapter 5
Oct. 11 - Chapter 5 Trivia (Morning Meeting)
Oct. 11 - 12, Chapter 6
Oct. 13 - Chapter 6 Trivia (Morning Meeting)
Oct. 16 - 17, Chapter 7
Oct. 18, Chapter 7 Trivia (Morning Meeting)
Oct. 18 - 19, Chapter 8
Oct. 20 - Chapter 8 Trivia (Morning Meeting)
Oct. 23 - 24, Chapter 9
Oct. 25, Chapter 9 Trivia (Morning Meeting)
Oct. 25 - 26, Chapter 10
Oct. 27, Chapter 10 Trivia (Morning Meeting)
Oct. 30 - 31, Chapter 11
Nov. 1, Chapter 11 Trivia (Morning Meeting)
Nov. 1 - 2, Chapter 12
Nov. 3, Chapter 12 Trivia (Morning Meeting)
Nov. 6 - 7, Chapter 13
Nov. 8, Chapter 13 Trivia (Morning Meeting)


 


 



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.


Click here to learn more.

 
 


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