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Brook Glenn Photo Galleries and Student Work

2019-2020

 
Heart Designs
Art Swapping
Aboriginal Lizards Snowy Silhouette
Kindergarteners and first graders studied artist Jim Dine and created their own heart design For the month of March Brook Glenn and Washington Center are swapping art with each other.  4th graders created their own Aboriginal Lizards 3rd grade studied Vincent Van Gogh’s Starry Night
       
Stop Motion Tacky the Penguin The Rainbow Fish Warm & Cool Trees
Mrs. Metzger's 3rd grade class was able to experience Stop Motion with Mrs. Tarr and Mrs. Jones.  Students read aloud the Tacky the Penguin series and created a collage painting of a penguin. First Grade read aloud Rainbow Fish by Marcus Pfister.  Fifth Grade studied value, shape, color, lines and texture.
 
A Visit from the Firemen Veteran's Day @ Brook Glenn 3rd Grade Movement
Teacher ReadAloud

 The Taylors firemen visited Brook Glenn Elementary on Thursday, Oct. 7th  

At Brook Glenn, students and staff were honored to have veterans participate in a school wide Veteran's Day program. Third grade students studied lines in movement and created their own lines in movement designs To celebrate, World Read Aloud Day we put on a Teacher Read Aloud Talent Show! 


Pep Family Night

Our World According to Humphrey Winter Concert One School One Book
On Wednesday, July 17th Public Education Partners sponsored its annual Family Reading Night at Brook Glenn.
Brook Glenn hosted its first One Book/One School program, "The World According to Humphrey" by Betty Birney.   Parents, students and faculty gathered on Monday, December 9th and Tuesday December 10th at North Hills for its Winter Concert.   On Monday September 9th Brook Glenn launched its very first One School One Book 
 

2018-2019

 
Pep Books Washington Center Artwork Food Truck 3rd Grade Primary Colors
On Tuesday, May 28th Brook Glenn kicked off its Make Summer Count reading program Brook Glenn  and Washington Center art teachers pair up to share students' works. Students in 3rd grade completed a project- based learning lab in which they had to find the area of a food truck The 3rd grade students studied the primary and secondary colors and how the colors are placed on a color wheel. 
 
The Dot Sentence Surgery    
First grade read through the book, The Dot by Peter H. Reynolds. Our first-grade students' surgery skills were put to the test as they repaired critically injured sentences