BHS After-School Program - Math and Reading Support/Tutoring
We are excited to announce an excellent opportunity for our students! Beginning on November 10, we will offer an After-School Program at Brookfield Local Schools at no cost to students. This program had been made possible through the Governor’s Bi-Annual Budget, which set aside money for Student Wellness & Success.
Purpose of the Program:
Provide academic support for students currently struggling in their current courses (tutoring)
Provide support for students that are below level in Math/Reading
Provide support to improve organizational and study skills.
Provide assistance on homework
Days & Times:
Tuesday, Wednesday of each week (except for holidays/school cancellations) beginning 11/10
Afterschool for 1 hour (during hybrid schedule-until 3:00 p.m.)
No School Bus service will be provided.
Students are expected to arrive on time and be prepared to learn.
Students are expected to focus on their assignments and work collaboratively with their tutors.
Students are expected to listen to directions and support a fun, safe, and respectful learning environment.
Students are expected to use their time with tutors wisely and avoid distractions.
Make arrangements to pick up their student(s) on time. No School Bus service will be provided.
Contact their building school office before 2:00 p.m. if their child is unable to attend the program on a day that they previously enrolled for.
We are very excited to offer this opportunity to our students. If, at any time, you should have questions or concerns, please contact the BHS office at 330-448-3001.
Kristen R. Foster
Kristen R. Foster,
Principal, Brookfield High School
To sign your child up for the BHS After-School Program, please print and return the form below:
BHS Guidance Message:
YSU has approved a test optional admission due to the cancellation of ACT/SAT exams. Students admitted will have to take placement tests. Students without an ACT/SAT score will have their GPA recalculated in the core subjects .Please remember that you need to submit test scores to qualify for a majority of scholarships, such as the Freshman Scholarships for Excellence, and the Honors College
Youngstown State University Admissions Video
Kent State University
You are invited to join Kent State University at Trumbull staff for an evening session to review the FAFSA application and discuss the costs associated with college.
Students planning to attend college fall 2021 should complete the 2021-2022 FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid available at studentaid.gov) as soon as possible starting on Oct. 1, 2020.
Register for the date of your choice by clicking on the link below. A link to join the Zoom session will be emailed to you the day of the event. All events start at 6:00pm and will be virtually hosted via Zoom.
Tuesday, September 29th
Tuesday, October 6th
Tuesday, October 13th
Tuesday, October 27th
Tuesday, November 3rd
Tuesday, November 10th
Tuesday, November 17th
Join financial aid staff as we review the following:
Review the seven sections of the FAFSA application
Discuss cost of attendance and tuition charges
Brief scholarship search overview
Attendees will be emailed a resource packet at the conclusion of the event
Questions, please call (330) 675-8847 or email [email protected].
Google Meet Math Tutoring Sessions
Do you need some extra help in math?
Are you learning online and not sure where to begin?
My name is Mrs. Schwartz and I’m a tutor at Brookfield Middle/High School this year. I work Tuesday - Friday and am here to help you! I don’t want anyone to get too far behind so please don’t hesitate to ask for help. I know we can do this together!
I am setting up Google Meets twice a week for each math class. If those times are not convenient for you, email me at [email protected] and we can work to find a better time. I look forward to working with you!
5th Grade Math Google Meet:
Thursday/Friday 9:00-10:00 meet.google.com/pmw-zcth-bxi
6th Grade Math Google Meet:
Thursday/Friday 10:00-11:00 meet.google.com/qqv-aqvz-jcr
7th Grade Math Google Meet:
Thursday/Friday 11:00-12:00 meet.google.com/mga-xktb-oyx
8th Grade Math Google Meet:
Thursday/Friday 1:00-2:00 meet.google.com/qxd-tfmf-kwh
Algebra Google Meet:
Tuesday/Wed 10:00-11:00 meet.google.com/iky-hjjm-uzv
Algebra II Google Meet:
Tuesday/Wed 11:00-12:00 meet.google.com/qcd-ucuy-ipp
Geometry Google Meet:
BHS Picture Form - https://www.brookfield.k12.oh.us/Downloads/picture%20form%202020.pdf
Google Classroom Instructions: All Brookfield Students should be using their email accounts for all google classroom activities. Students should log into Google Classrooms for each course they are scheduled in, each day. Attendance will be taken. Please email teachers with individual questions. The Google Classroom Codes can be found on the Distance Learning link below:
Home Health Assessments: The State of Ohio and the Trumbull County Board of Health has set forth guidelines requiring all parents/guardians to conduct at-home health screenings prior to sending kids to school. This includes: taking temps (any over 100 degrees will not be permitted to attend school and ensuring the absence of cough or sore throat.
Masks -- All students should be wearing masks on the bus and entering the building.
Sporting events -Due to the State orders limiting school districts to 15% capacity, all spectator tickets are limited. No tickets will be sold at the door on game day. All tickets are pre-sale only.
Dear Students & Parents/Guardians:
On behalf of the Brookfield High School faculty and staff, I would like to welcome you to the 2020-2021 school year! Although this pandemic has created many uncertainties and has impacted the educational systems throughout our nation, we are fortunate to be a part of a strong and caring community like Brookfield. I am certain that together, we will not only face our challenges, but we will overcome them. Warriors are stronger together!
We want to make sure that you remain well-informed and that you understand our efforts to maintain a continuity of learning for students throughout the school year whether students are learning in-person or remotely. We have been working hard to develop a plan that provides educational opportunities while still respecting the social distancing guidelines established during this pandemic by the State of Ohio and the Trumbull County Health Department.
Please continue to refer to the district website, the building website, and our social media pages (Facebook, Instagram, etc.) for additional information. Thank you for your continued support and patience. We are looking forward to a wonderful 2020-2021 school year.
Kristen Foster, Principal