Recently Brookfield Elementary had an opportunity to meet the Energized Guyz at an assembly. Nikki Neutron, Mr. U R Fired, Thunderstorm and Bert the Dirt Expert taught the students what energy and electricity are, what renewable resources are and how we can save energy and water.
Posted Monday, December 11, 2017
Warrior Students and Families, Please take a look at the links to your left. The stand out senior policy is clearly outlined under "Academics". I know we've had some questions in regards to this. The Advisory Committee has reviewed the policy and made several small changes. Also, take note under "Academics" the list of our students earning "honor roll" from the 1st quarter. Senior Warriors and parents should also look at the "Graduation Requirements for Class of 2018". The End of Course requirments is 18 points. We have been proactive in identifying students who may be short on these points and provided several options for them. Please call the high school office if you have any questions.
Posted Sunday, December 10, 2017
12/12/17 Boys Varsity Basketball @ Champion 5:30 JV start12/13/17 Girls Varisty Basketball @ Labrae 7:00 Varsity ONLY12/13/17 Middle School and High School Winter Concert 6:00-8:00 12/15/17 Boys Varsity Basketball @ Home v. Labrae 5:30 JV Start 12/16/17 Girls Varsity Basketball @ Campbell 1:00 Varsity ONLY
The November Warriors of the Month are:Kindergarten Brookleyn MarshFirst Grade Kenadie ProwSecond Grade Kali KettlerThird Grade Alyzabeth BarthaFourth Grade Ricky Blake Teachers nominate students each month based on traits such as honesty, accountability, attitude, self control, encouragement and citizenship. Each student receives a framed certificate, name is on the signage and havelunch with Mrs. Filicky, Principal.
Posted Friday, December 8, 2017
The boys basketball team lost to Southeast on Tuesday, Dec. 5 with a final of 55-48. Nate Smoot had 16 points and 6 rebounds, Conner Stevens had 14 points and Gage Emery had 6 rebounds for the Warriors
Posted Thursday, December 7, 2017
The Warrior Bowling teams rolled well on Weds, Dec. 6 at Bell Wick Lanes. The boys bowled their highest score of the young season, 2315 to Campbell's 1576. The boys got a season high from Jacob Ratcliff with a 470 series, and Bear Hebert with a 381 series. The boys also posted their best Baker series thus far, a 586. The ladies won their second match in a row, defeating the Devils 1649 to 1399. Emilee Bebech led the way with a 359 series, Kelsie Hamilton added a 288 series and Nikole Husnick had a 253 series.