Brooklin School Weekly Newsletter

May 23, 2022

May 23, 2022

Last Day of School The last day of school for students will be June 14th.  Dismissing at 3 PM that day. What are we learning?  Ms. Wilson Pre-K students got super sophisticated with their "Big Block Design Challenges'' this week, while also improving their teamwork...

Newsletter  5/3/22

Newsletter 5/3/22

What Our Students are Learning Ms. Wilson- We had a very energetic return from April break, everyone was so happy to be back with friends! We took advantage of non-rainy weather and extended our outside times on Monday and Tuesday. On Monday we helped Mrs. D establish...

Remote Learning May 3-6th

May 2, 2022 Good morning. As we had a water curve ball thrown to us on Friday regarding the Brooklin School drinking water, we have had another curve ball thrown at us today, COVID. Jenna Billings, our nurse, has reported to the CDC that we have approximately 30% of...

Newsletter 4/11/22

Newsletter 4/11/22

Welcome Lynn We would like to welcome Lynn Curran-Sargeant to the Brooklin School Committee. We have had the great fortune of getting to know Lynn as a substitute teacher and will miss her in that capacity. But welcome, welcome. We are so glad you are here. What are...

4/4/22

4/4/22

What Students are Learning! Art--Mr. Kennerk PK—the students cut out pre drawn shapes and glued them to create a flag of Maine. They also cut out 2 concentric circles from construction paper…one primary and one secondary colors. The kiddos have been working on colors...

3/29/22

3/29/22

Art News PK—The class has been working on using primary colors to create secondary colors with Ms. Wilson.  They showcased two secondary colors for their leprechaun masks 2 weeks ago. K/1—The students are using oil pastel and blending the smudgy medium with patty...

Public Notice

Public Notice

PUBLIC NOTICE Town of Brooklin Selectboard and School Committee Public Information Session       The Brooklin Selectboard and School Committee will hold a joint public information session at the Brooklin school gym on Wednesday, March 16, 2022 @ 6:30pm. This...

2/14/22

2/14/22

6/7/8 2pt Perspective Drawings     What Students are Learning! This week in Math, the Kindergarten and First Grade  did a graphing math activity with valentine candy hearts. They compared which color they had the most of and which one they had  fewer of ....

Newsletter 2/1/22

Newsletter 2/1/22

What are Students Learning? We have begun checking the weather station for real time weather information, most importantly: what is the windchill temperature? This week our weather person for morning meetings is Will; each day he will check the temperature and make a...

1/25/22 Newsletter

1/25/22 Newsletter

PK Blue Hill Bay What are we learning..... Ms. Wilson Brrr! The past two weeks we have had days that were colder outside than in a FREEZER! How do the Pre-K kids know? Because we experimented with water and ice; we put a bowl of water in the freezer and bowls of water...

Newsletter 1/18/22

Newsletter 1/18/22

What are Students Learning?  K-1-This week in math the kindergartens learned about the Rekenrek, a math tool that students can use to count and recognize groups of five and ten. They also learned about the words fewer and more , something we will continue to work on....

Newsletter  1/11/22

Newsletter 1/11/22

Happy New Year! K/1 Snowflakes What are Students Learning These Days? Mrs. Thoner ELA 2/3 -  Students read booklets about Yellowstone Park (nonfiction), a buffalo hunt (historical fiction), or The Three Pigs (fiction).  Two of these fit in with our next unit of study...

Newsletter 12/14/21

Newsletter 12/14/21

What are we learning....... from Ms. Julie: We sure would love some more snow... just two inches of fresh powder every day would be great!  It is true that this time of year for teachers of Primary-aged students is unofficially called "the Winter Gear Olympics" (by...

Newsletter  12/7/21

Newsletter 12/7/21

Winter Concert The taping for the Winter Concert is on December 10th. Unfortunately with COVID we are not allowed to meet in person to see our children perform.  The film should be available for everyone to view later that evening. Table Talk- Take Two Table Talk...

Instructional Updates  11/16/21

Instructional Updates 11/16/21

What are students learning in Ms. Julie's class? This week in Pre-K we began exploring Native American folklore with two books: How Chipmunk got His Stripes and Thirteen Moons on Turtle's Back.  Students were able to identify that the conversations between chipmunk...

Newsletter 11/15/21

Newsletter 11/15/21

2/3 November Watercolor Mittens and Gloves We are looking for mittens and gloves for kids to wear out to the playground if they forget theirs.  If you can help, please drop those off in the office.  Thank you in advance. Dress Safely Reminder                 Please...

Newsletter 11/8/21

Newsletter 11/8/21

Field Trip's Last Week  On Tuesday, October 26, the 6th-8th grade students spent the day participating in the Schoodic Education Adventure. Usually this is a 3-day overnight program, but this year we were only able to visit for one day. The students had a review of...

Newsletter 11/4/21

Newsletter 11/4/21

Thank You Thank you for a successful Halloween Parade to everyone who walked with students, drove a firetruck and/or passed out candy. Thank you to community members who have donated musical instruments to our Music Program.  We greatly appreciate your generosity!...

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