BHS student is first to earn Excel 365 expert certification
Seniors bid farewell to BHS
Christian Davis places third at the state track and field meet
Environmental and Interact clubs weed and mulch the gazebo
State Representative-Elect David Thomas visits the district
Building trades students win Adirondack chair competition

DISTRICT ANNOUNCEMENTS

This Week in The Brookfield Local School District

Monday:    Summer Feeding Program: Resumes on Monday, July 22nd
                   
Tuesday:   Summer Feeding Program: Resumes on Monday, July 22nd
                                                                    
Wednesday:   Summer Feeding Program: Resumes on Monday, July 22nd    

Thursday:   Summer Feeding Program: Resumes on Monday, July 22nd   
                                 
Friday:   Summer Feeding Program: Resumes on Monday, July 22nd   
                                 

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Have you ever wondered how to find help or a community service for yourself or someone in need?

What if you could remember the number of every social service agency in your community?

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What is 2-1-1?

2-1-1 is an easy to remember telephone number that connects people with available community resources and volunteer opportunities. By simply dialing three digits, you can now make one call to find or give help. No more wasted time trying to find the right resource. You will reach a trained, caring professional 7 days a week, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. It's efficient, fast and easy to use. And the call is free and confidential.

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SUMMER MEALS

The Brookfield School District announces its participation in the federally funded SUN Meals (Summer Food Service Program). Under the SUN Meals program, nutritious meals are provided free of charge to all children 18 years and younger at the following location: 
614 Bedford Rd., Brookfield, OH 44403. 

Meals will be served from June 3 - August 9, 2024. (Cafeteria will be closed for meals July 1-19.)
Breakfast - 8:30-10:00 a.m. (Adult breakfast: $2.15)
Lunch - 11:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. (Adult lunch: $3.75)
All meals must be eaten in the cafeteria.

*Menus subject to change

DISTRICT NEWS

Kamryn Kurpe

BHS Junior to Participate in Buckeye Girls State

BHS Junior Kamryn Kurpe is one of nearly 600 participants chosen by the American Legion Auxiliary to compete in the 77th annual Buckeye Girls State program at Bowling Green State University June 9th-15th! 
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Emily Kasiewicz

Kasiewicz Selected for Young Women with Bright Futures Award

Congratulations to Brookfield High School senior, Emily Kasiewicz, who was selected to be this year’s district honoree for the YWCA’s Young Women with Bright Futures Award! Kasiewicz was recognized at the organization’s banquet held on Saturday, April 13, 2024, at the Holiday Inn in Boardman.
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Building trades students win Adirondack chair building competition

Craftsmanship Champions: Students Claim Victory in Chair Building Contest!

Brookfield High School building trades students Brett Carsone, Cadence Huffman, Aiden Jones, and Amanda Murphy win the overall school award in the Builders Association of Eastern Ohio and Western Pennsylvania’s Adirondack chair building competition!
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Brookfield Parents Association (BPA)

Brookfield Parents Association

 

What is the Brookfield Parents Association?  

The Brookfield Parents Association (BPA) does several things to assist in the social, educational, and fundraising needs of our students. First and foremost, we show our children that we value their education and we want to be involved in it.  We organize and sponsor holiday parties and events, we fundraise to provide the principals with the money needed to give our children opportunities, we provide money for field trips and club events, and we provide the funding for programs such as the Warrior Academy and the STEAM Programs as well as scholarships to our graduating seniors.  This is all for the kids, grades K-12!  We are involved at every level and are adding to our involvement each year!


How do you join?

The BPA is open to any parent, legal guardian, grandparent, or family member of any enrolled student of Brookfield Local Schools as well as teachers or staff who wish to join.  Please fill out an application that is available at the open house, in the office, from the link below, or come to one of our monthly meetings!  We do ask that you attend at least two (2) meetings during the year to stay active as a member.  The state requires anyone wishing to volunteer in the school to have a BCI background check on file. During our first BPA meeting, you can get or renew your BCI Clearance. A fee will be required (payable by check or cash), and you will need to bring in your valid photo ID.  This clearance will be good for 5 years.

 

The BPA holds monthly open meetings to discuss upcoming events and requests received for funding. If you cannot attend a meeting, then please follow us on Facebook where the minutes will be posted after each meeting.  There are also other ways to support our schools if you cannot attend!  We hold two (2) major fundraisers a year (one in the fall and one in the spring) to raise funds for our students' field trips and programs.  

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DISTRICT INFORMATION

Address:

614 Bedford Road S.E.
Brookfield, Ohio 44403

Phone: 330-448-4930 

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1-800-273-TALK
1-800-273-8255
If you or someone you know is experiencing a mental health crisis, contact the Suicide Prevention Lifeline or dial 911 in case of emergency.

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