Our students continue to persevere.
Thank you Ms. Williams for modeling mindfulness during our day!
WRMS’ World Cultures Club held their most recent meeting this week. Members were presented with tidbits on Indian culture. Each student brought a few spices to present and discuss. A great thyme for all!
7th grade Art students are working hard on their Pop Art projects!
Students in Ms. Hartwick's Biology classes are learning about mitosis. Students looking at onion root tip cells under a microscope identifying each stage. For the students at home, a digital microscope is being projected allowing them to see the onion cells.
Third graders use Epic! to read leveled texts and use various strategies to solve tricky words.
Mrs. Patusco’s 7th grade students studied Amanda Gorman’s “The Hill We Climb” today as part of their Patterns of Tolerance and Equity Unit. Students made great connections between this, “I Have a Dream” and their own texts and experiences!
Three more days to go for the Brookside Teachers as they look to complete their own Great Kindness Challenge! @CounselingBES
Even the staff got wacky today! #WackyWednesday #WeekofKindness
The Fractured Art unit is wrapping up. Amazing work from some of our 8th graders!
It's CRAZY FOR KINDNESS Wednesday at JFG!
Another Kindness Challenge Spirit Day includes WACKY WEDNESDAY...at home and at school!
Kindergarten students are practicing phonics by blending the sounds they have learned and writing them.
Pat Verile of Berkeley College visited our business classes to speak with students about personal finance and the changes in doing business today. Topics included credit scores, student loans, 401k's, digital shifts, and career industry statistics.
Mrs. Acosta's fourth grade students at Brookside School use group work to make their hearts happy and minds stronger! #FourthGrade #LongDivision #SociallyDistancedGroups @BrooksideWWRSD
Kindergarten scientists are investigating water at home and in school!
Thank you to Alexa Squire ( LMFT, Clinical Program Manager for Care Plus) and Jessica Byers for their "Mental Health & Coping" Presentation. They will be presenting to all students during their Physical Education/Health classes over the next few days.
The Great Kindness Challenge is off to a GREAT start! JFG 5th graders are dreaming of kindness in their PJs! All week long we'll be checking in during snack to see what acts of kindness we can check off the Great Kindness Checklist!
Check out how proud our kindergarten students are of their writing!
Brookside School Counselor Mrs. James with some friends as they kick off our week with The Kindness Pledge!! @CounselingBES