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Brookwood Buzz

In addition to the extraordinary teaching and learning that takes place every day on campus, this week was full of many special events. Highlights included 2nd grade scrapbooking, a visit from a licensed raptor rehabilitator, Biography Living Museum, Art Celebration Day, the PreK Play: Corduroy, and an author visit with Barbara... Read more »
Soon after school began in the fall, Sheila Geraty, our most amazing librarian, mentioned that Corduroy was written by Don Freeman in 1968 - fifty years ago! I kept this information in the back of my head throughout the year. Don Freeman's message in this beloved children's book was one of hope, friendship, and loving in spite of imperfection.... Read more »
Our annual Art Celebration Day is a special occasion to honor all of the artists, makers and creative thinkers within our community. The day is filled with many activities, ranging from viewing works of art with buddies and enjoying a special artist-influenced lunch to drawing cartoons, creating 3D critters with recyclables, and... Read more »
On Tuesday, Jim Parks, a licensed raptor rehabilitator and co-founder of Wingmasters – a non-profit dedicated to caring for injured birds of prey – visited Brookwood School to share his knowledge of and appreciation for these magnificent birds. Using pastels, 6th grade students created works of art inspired by falcons and owls in art and science... Read more »
Thank you to those who joined us for the Faculty Grants presentation at yesterday's Parents' Association meeting. Recent grant recipients Katie Alexander, Sarah Perkins and Dan Riles shared how their travel to Ireland, Greece and England (respectively) provided opportunities to enrich the classroom experience for both... Read more »
Congratulations to all of our 8th grade students as they look forward to their educational journeys beyond Brookwood! As we enter the spring season of the 2017-18 academic year, commencement is now shining on the horizon. While there are still many weeks of teaching and learning between now and June 11, this time of year is an opportunity to... Read more »