Way to Go Brushy Creek!
Congratulations! Brushy Creek Elementary School earns an "A" (97.4) based on the 2014 ESEA (Elementary and Secondary Education Act) federal accountability rating system. We are extremely proud of the dedication and work of our teachers, students, and community. A grade of A indicates that our performance substantially exceeds the state's expectations on SCPASS in Math, ELA, Social Studies and Science.
Brushy Creek's National Junior Beta Club has partnered with the Ronald McDonald House Charities and is collecting pop tabs off of cans. These pop tabs can be recycled by the Ronald McDonald House Charity for money that in turn helps fully fund their organization. Your child viewed a Powerpoint today that helped them learn all about this wonderful organization. Please save the pop tabs off of your soda and soup cans and send them to school. The Beta Club will collect and weigh them before turning them over to the Ronald McDonald House. Our school wide goal is to collect 25,000 by the end of May. We know that our wonderful students and parents will help us accomplish this goal! To learn more about this organization please visit
Attention Fourth and Fifth Graders!!! Join us for our very first Fall Dance on Friday, November 21st from 3:00-4:30. Come dance, eat, and hang out with your friends! Hurry-the dance is limited to only 200 kids!! Get your permisson slip here!!
Congratulations to our Terrific Kids! Click here to see the list of these awesome kids!
Congratulations Lauren Heppeard!
Congratulations to our very own 3rd grade teacher-Lauren Heppeard-for receiving the Palmetto Teachers For Excellence in Social Studies Award! Click here to read the article. We are so proud of you Mrs. Heppeard!
Fourth Graders Visit Lake Conestee
Fourth graders recently went to Lake Conestee Nature park where they were able to study animal and plant behaviors. They learned how organisms adapt to their environment and how humans change habitats. Fourth graders also put their observations skills to the test as they looked for deer, geese, ducks, fish, and frogs!
Red Ribbon Week
We will be observing National Red Ribbon Week October 20-24, 2014
Monday – “Dream of a Healthy & Drug Free World”
- Students wear pajamas.
- Students wear mismatched socks.
- Students wear their favorite hat/cap.
- Students and staff wear all red.
- Wear your favorite team jersey or shirt.
October Bulldog Bulletin
Click here for all of our October news!