From Our Principal
“As your principal, I look forward to building relationships with all Brooklin School families. Our families are an integral part of our students’ success. It takes all community stakeholders to prepare students for the future. I am committed to enhancing our parent engagement at Brooklin by welcoming all parents to take part in school events and activities. My door is always open. Please come and join me for our weekly Coffee Social each Friday starting at 7:30. ”
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NEWS FROM BROOKLIN SCHOOL
Dear students, families, and employees of SU76, The following shares the latest information and updates on our School Union’s response to the Coronavirus situation. As has been shared in letters home, which you can find posted at www.su76.org we are taking steps to...
Thank you • Ellen for our Dr. Suess themed lunch. • To the 8th grade class for helping to clean out a closet with the PTF this morning. Happy Birthday Dr. Suess Special Guest We had an impromptu visit from Deputy Luke Gross who comes to do the DARE program with grades...
Tonight, 3/2/20 Explore the Moon Spirit Week Door Decoration Contest Instructional Updates Prek-K Pre-K / K students had so much fun celebrating Spirit Week leading up to the Winter Carnival Day on Friday. There were even...
The Brooklin School VISION
We are respectful, curious, and kind. We are all unique and learn together as equal members of one community. We care about each other, we care for ourselves, and we work to make the world a better place.
OUR APPROACH TO LEARNING
OUR LEARNING ENVIRONMENT
What sets us apart?
The Brooklin School is excited to be one of the few middle schools in Maine to offer a year-round boat building program for students. Students design a paper model, visit the WoodenBoat School to get acquainted with the space, tools, and safety precautions, and then start building. With the guidance experienced, Brooklin boatbuilders they are introduced to the world of wooden boats. Upon completion of their boat, the entire Brooklin School and local community celebrate with a launch party. The builders then get to spend time on the water navigating through the Eggemoggin Reach. It is a rewarding experience that none of them ever forget. Visit their facebook page for great pictures and information.