Warrior mascot mural in the High School gym
8th grade volleyball aac champions
girls soccer team during national anthem
students at pep rally
golf team aac champions
football team last home game
students at pep rally
panerathon runners
students at pep rally
Cheerleaders at the Homecoming pep assembly
Elementary students wearing hats for the Readathon
Middle School students participating in the Hello program
Elementary staff cheering on students for the Readathon

Brookfield District News

Distinguished Alumni Hall of Fame Nominations

The Brookfield Local School District will induct its first class of outstanding graduates into the Brookfield High School Distinguished Alumni Hall of Fame in September 2019. These honorees will be graduates who have achieved success in their careers and/or have made significant contributions in their fields, as well as to society, their state or on a larger scale. The honorees inducted into the Hall of Fame must be graduates of Brookfield High School.

If you know of a well-qualified and deserving graduate who has been out of school at least ten (10) years, complete the form below and return it to the Brookfield High School Distinguished Alumni Hall of Fame Committee prior to January 4, 2019. It is essential that your nomination form is complete, legible, and accurate.

The current Hall of Fame Selection Committee will choose up to five (5) inductees for this honor. Selections will be based on nominations and additional information received from friends, families, and the individuals themselves. The first group of inductees into the Distinguished Alumni Hall of Fame will be honored in September 2019.

Please use the following form to complete your nomination:

Distinguished Alumni Hall of Fame Nomination Form 2019


Christmas is a time for giving

The Brookfield Elementary School Community Relations Committee would like to thank everyone who took an angle from the Christmas tree at the Elementary School.  This will help our local families in need.
Please return the unwrapped gift (with tag attached) NO LATER than Monday, December 10th.
Let's show this community our Warrior Heart! 


If you are interested in working as a substitute custodian or bus driver for the Brookfield Local School District, please contact Susie Thomas in the Board Office at 330-448-4930.  A substitute is called when an employee is not in the building due to illness, professional development, etc.  Two forms must be completed and turned in to the Board office.  Simply click on the "about" link at the top right of our website home page, click on "forms" and print (and complete) an employment application and a classified substitute letter form.  You also must have a current BCI fingerprint clearance on file in the Board office.

The following hourly wages apply:

Bus Driver (CDL required) - $14/hr
Custodian - $11/hr

Weather Delay and Closure Plan for Parents



In an attempt to ensure a complete school year, a Weather Delay program has been instituted. The delay, if used, will be for two hours and will be announced when improvements in visibility, roads, and other conditions are expected within a brief period of time.


Pick-up                                Two hours later than normal day pick up (so if your child normally catches the bus at 7:00, s/he will be picked up at 9:00)

Classes begin                     Middle School:                                 10:00 A.M. (no breakfast served on delay days)

                                             High School:                                     10:00 A.M. (no breakfast served on delay days)

                                             Elementary School:                         10:30 A.M. (no breakfast served on delay days)

Dismissal                            All buildings                                       Regular dismissal times


Cancellation of classes means all schools within the K-12 complex. If a non-weather related problem exists (water, heat, electrical issue), the closing announcement will specify the reason for closure.

TV stations will be notified by 6:00 A.M. of a closing or two-hour delayed start. If weather conditions do not improve and school must be closed, the stations will be notified between 7:30 and 8:00 A.M. Please listen to/watch the following radio or TV stations: WHOT (FM 101), WKBN (AM 570 or FM 98.9), WFMJ (TV Channel 21), WKBN (TV Channel 27), and WYTV (TV Channel 33).

Once the superintendent contacts the media, a one-call message will be sent to all school personnel and parents/guardians. Please listen to the entire message. The one-call message takes about 15 minutes to be delivered to all numbers on the list which includes students, parents, guardians, faculty, and staff. Note: school phones are not answered during a delay or school closure day, so please do not attempt to call your child’s school during the delay or closure.

If you are not getting a message on a calamity or delay day, please inform your child’s office secretary so your contact information can be updated.

The TV and radio stations ask that the school district urge listeners NOT TO CALL THE STATION requesting school closing information for a specific school, but instead to listen for the announcement. Most stations do not announce reopening of a school after prior closing. Unless announced, schools are open.

Brookfield Warrior Golf Team is the OHSAA State Runner-Up

Congratulations to Coach Larry Smoot and the golf team for their performance at the state golf tournament the weekend of Oct. 12.

The Brookfield Warrior Golf Team is the OHSAA State Runner-up.  Their team total of 617 was only seven strokes higher than Columbus Wellington who shot 610.

Here are some additional notes on the tournament:

Brookfield's total of 617 would have won the Div. II tournament by 8 strokes.  

Brookfield had three players who made All State by placing in top five of the 72 players in the field (Conner Stevens 2nd, Justin Atkinson 4th, and Anthony Clark 5th)

On Saturday Brookfield had the Div. III state record for lowest team score of 309 for about an hour until that was broken by Columbus Wellington with a 295.

Of the public schools in the Div. III tournament Brookfield was 56 shots better than their nearest public school competitor.

8th Grade Lady Volleyball Warriors are the AAC Champions!

Congratulations to the 8th grade volleyball team for winning the AAC Championship on Tuesday, Oct. 9.  They beat LaBrae 2-0.

8th grade volleyball champs 

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