Monday, April 6, 2020
2003 East Lee Rd.Taylors, S.C. 29687864-355-4700 • FAX 864-355-4755

  • The Great Coaster Challenge
    The Great Coaster Challenge
  • I Love Reading Week
    I Love Reading Week
  • Veteran's Day at Brook Glenn
    Veteran's Day at Brook Glenn
  • Dress like Humphrey Day
    Dress like Humphrey Day
  • A Visit from the Firemen
    A Visit from the Firemen
  • EHS Readers
    EHS Readers
  • Math with the Taylor's Fire Department
    Math with the Taylor's Fire Department
  • One School One Book
    One School One Book


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Announcements

Fire Safety Contest

Taylors' Fire Department reminding the students about the Fire Safety Contest


E-Learning Virtual Art Show

Virtual Art Show


Survey Through BackPack

The communications department is planning to send out an eLearning/Remote Learning survey to parents via BackPack. You can preview the survey here.  Results will be used to ensure we are providing necessary information to families during this closure.

Survey Through Backpack


School Renewal Plans

In light of the COVID-19 pandemic and recent school closures, the South Carolina Department of Education has extended by a year the deadline to submit District Strategic and School Renewal Plans as required by R.43-261 to April 30, 2021.

School Renewal Plans


GCSD Job Opportunities

      GCSD Job Opportunities                 


Map of Sites for Free Meals/WiFi

      Map of Sites for Free Meals/WiFi                 

 


School Master Catalogs

 School Master Catalog
Click here for links to the middle school(s) that your
        child will attend the 2020-21 school year.



Brook Glenn Spotlights 

Brook Glenn SpotlightsKindergarteners and first graders studied artist Jim Dine and created their own heart designs
Brook Glenn SpotlightsFor the month of March Brook Glenn and Washington Center are swapping art with each other. Art Swapping
Brook Glenn Spotlights4th graders created their own Aboriginal Lizards
Brook Glenn Spotlights3rd grade studied Vincent Van Gogh’s Starry Night Snowy Silhouette
Brook Glenn SpotlightsMrs. Metzger's 3rd grade class was able to experience Stop Motion with Ms. Tarr and Ms. Jones.  Stop Motion
Brook Glenn SpotlightsTo celebrate, World Read Aloud Day we put on a Teacher Read Aloud Talent Show
Brook Glenn SpotlightsFifth Grade studied value, shape, color, lines and texture. They used these elements of art in their created work: Warm and Cool Trees.
Brook Glenn SpotlightsStudents read aloud the Tacky the Penguin series and created a collage painting of a penguin. Tacky the Penguin
Brook Glenn SpotlightsFirst Grade read aloud Rainbow Fish by Marcus Pfister. The Rainbow Fish
Brook Glenn SpotlightsParents, students and faculty gathered on Monday, December 9th and Tuesday December 10th at North Hills for its (Winter Concert.) 
Brook Glenn SpotlightsAt Brook Glenn, students and staff were honored to have veterans participate in a school wide Veteran's Day program. (Veteran's Day)
Brook Glenn SpotlightsThird grade students studied lines in movement and created their own lines in movement designs (3rd Grade Movement)
Brook Glenn SpotlightsThe Taylors firemen visited Brook Glenn Elementary on Thursday, October 7th  (A Visit from the Firemen)
Brook Glenn SpotlightsBrook Glenn hosted its first One Book/One School program, "The World According to Humphrey" by Betty Birney. 
Brook Glenn SpotlightsOn Monday September 9th,  Brook Glenn launched its very first One School One Book (One School)
Brook Glenn SpotlightsOn Wednesday, July 17th Public Education Partners sponsored its annual Family Reading Night at Brook Glenn. (PEP Family Night)
Brook Glenn SpotlightsOn Tuesday, May 28th Brook Glenn kicked off its Make Summer Count reading program (Pep Books). 
Brook Glenn SpotlightsBrook Glenn  and Washington Center art teachers pair up to share students' works. (Washington Center Artwork)
Brook Glenn SpotlightsStudents in 3rd grade completed a project- based learning lab in which they had to find the area of a food truck  (food truck)
Brook Glenn SpotlightsThe 3rd-grade students studied the primary and secondary colors and how the colors are placed on a color wheel. (3rd Grade Primary Colors)
Brook Glenn SpotlightsFirst grade read through the book, The Dot by Peter H. Reynolds. (The Dot)
Brook Glenn SpotlightsOur first-grade students' surgery skills were put to the test as they repaired critically injured sentences (Surgery Sentence)