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| The below 2016-2017 meal prices include a $0.10 lunch increase for paid students and adults.
Rosetta StoneThere is a new program available to parents who would like to learn English and become more involved in their child’s academic achievement. Click here to find out more ...
|Grading Scale for 2016-17 School Year
The Greenville County School Board has approved revising the district’s grading scale for grades 2 through 8 to a 10-point system so all GCS students operate under a consistent grading scale. The recommendation comes after the State Board of Education, at the recommendation of the South Carolina Department of Education, voted to move to a 10-point grading scale for all Carnegie-unit bearing classes. The recommended change in grading policy will go into effect this school year.
|Student Internet Permission Instructions
Unless the school has received a signed permission form from the parent the student is not permitted to access any COPPA compliant Internet based web site or mobile app. Click here for more information
|NEW ENROLLEE EBOLA SCREENING|
Brook Glenn's Career week provided opportunities for students to learn about careers. Click here ro find out more ...
On Monday, May 23rd Brook Glenn kicked off its Make Summer Count reading program sponsored by Public Education Partners (PEP). Click here ro find out more ...
PTA took the opportunity to thank all the teachers, parents, staff members for their help that they freely gave over the year Click here to find out more ...
On Tuesday, April 26th, The Greenville Humane Society visited Brook Glenn Kindergarteners. Click here to find out more ...
Third grade debated which subject was the most important Math or Science. Click here to find out more ...
In honor of Black History Month, 1st grade students studied the life and artwork of Jacob Lawrence. Click here to find out more ...
Every year, for one week in February, Brook Glenn celebrates “I Love To Read”.Click here to find out more ...
You can take a teacher or administrator out of the classroom but you can’t take away their love for teaching Click here to find out more ...
Kindergarten students used their knowledge of geometric shapes to draw a dog. Click here to find out more ...
3rd grade students also created artwork to tie in with our Holiday Musical. Each third grade class was assigned an insect. Click here to find out more ...
On Monday December 14th, the after school students had a visit from Ronald McDonald. Click here to find out more ...
To tie in with our Holiday Musical, 2nd grade students created symmetrical butterflies Click here to find out more ...
On Tuesday, November 24, 2015 fifth grade students participated in Immigration Day. Click here to find out more ...
Harmonica Mars works for NASA, plays a mean harmonica, and, oh, that’s right Click here to find out more ...
Brook Glenn Elementary sponsored its annual father-daughter event on Friday, November 13th. Click here to find out more ...
Taylors Fire Dept. visited Brook Glenn Elementary for Fire Prevention Week. Click here to find out more ...