MIDDLE SCHOOL ANNOUNCEMENTS
Jan. 19th, 2018
Box Tops for Education
Box Tops can be collected for the 2nd semester.
The Middle School Library will be having a book fair, Feb 9-Feb 15. Family night will be during P/T Conferences on Thursday, Feb 15, 2:00-7:00 pm.
Brookland Dance Clinic for Girls in K-8th grade will be January 29, 30, 31 and February 1 from 3:30-5:30 p.m. Girls will perform at halftime of the February 2 game. Please have forms and money turned in to the school office by January 22. Contact Charlyn (Watson) George with any questions: 573-344-3336 or email@example.com
The Lady Bearcat Softball team will be hosting a winter hitting clinic on Feb. 3. Two time slots: 9-11 for ages 6-10 and 12-2 for ages 11 and up. 30 spots for each time slot. Any questions, please contact Coach Karen Sanders firstname.lastname@example.org
**Teachers please check your mailboxes for the Lunch Menu and post those for the students to read and include in your newsletters also**
Session 2 AR: Begins 11/8 and Ends 2/9
AR Session 2 Trip Dates
Feb 21: 5th/6th
Feb 22: 4th
Feb 23: 3rd
March 1: Spring School Picture
Jan. 18th – Jan. 19th
Thursday: Pizza Stick, Hot Dogs, Turkey Chef Salad, Turkey and Cheese Sandwich, Baked Beans, Fresh Zucchini, Garden Salad, Applesauce
Friday: Rib Patty Sandwich, Cheese Pizza, Turkey Sandwich, Ham Chef Salad, Spinach, Sliced Cucumbers, Garden Salad, Mandarin Oranges
Teachers and Staff
Monday November 6th, we will be offering Baked Potatoes on Mondays and Thursdays for the Teachers and Staff. $1.75 w/toppings that will include: Bacon, Sour Cream, Shredded Cheese and Butter.
You will need to place your baked potato order before 9:00 A.M. by sending your order with your name and grade to the cafeteria.
Also we make Teacher Salads every day. Large $3.50 or small $1.75. If you would like one just send a student down with a note with your name, grade, and the size of your salad, before 9:00 e
Brookland Middle Schools offer a variety of clubs for 5th-6th grade. Clubs meet every Wednesday morning with their sponsor.
Before and After School Clubs
CATs 4 Christ
Out of the Dark
5th and 6th Grade Clubs
Random Acts of Kindness
Students of the Month for September and October
Prayer At The Pole
We Support Super Slade
Mrs. Reed's 5th Grade Advisory girls wanted to organize a Super Slade Day during homecoming. They were able to get all of 5th grade to participate in wearing SuperSlade shirts or orange in his support. "We are still thinking about you!"
Slade Smith is a 12 year old 7th grader who attends Brookland Jr. High. Unfortunately, he has recently been diagnosed with lukemia. Slade currently is receiving treatment at St. Judes in Memphis. The entire Brookland School District came out to support Slade on September 5th to pray together on his behalf. The picture below is of all the 6th grade class who showed up to show Slade they care. Way to be a Brookland Bearcat, and we look forward to having Slade back in our community and our school soon!
Feb 9-15 Family Night Feb. 15, 2:00-7:00 Executive Members: Cannon Joe Smith, Baleigh Bassham, Hayden Smith
Representatives: Ella Kate Thompson, Jacob Campbell, Christopher Kirk, Bella Reynolds, Caden Chambers, Grayson Reddick, Morgan Miller, Alyssa White, Mattie Stevens, Asher Faries, Kaylee Robertson, Tyler Glass, Lauren Rodgers, Maddie Smith, Neely Coggins, Faith Busby
Brookland Public Schools Mission Statement
The faculty, administration, and staff of Brookland Public Schools strive to provide equal opportunities for intellectual, social, physical, and emotional growth for every student within a safe environment. We accept all students as unique individuals and through a continuing process assist them to develop toward their maximum potential.
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Bad Weather Information
In the event of bad weather and schools are closed, all students and staff will recieve a recorded message to the phone number on record at your child's school. You can also check local radio and TV stations for information.