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Brookwood Buzz

On behalf of the Parents' Association, I am thrilled to share with you the incredible outcome of our Thanksgiving Food Drive to support The Open Door Pantry in Gloucester. Last Friday, after two weeks of collecting, the 3rd grade sorted and graphed all of the canned goods and the 5th grade weighed each item and helped load the donations into the... Read more »
November is a busy (and exciting!) month at Brookwood. Here are a few recent highlights. On Thursday, 4th grade students (pictured above) made Greek Satyr Chorus Masks with Eric Rothstein from Behind the Mask, who also performed at School Meeting. After Thanksgiving Break, students will incorporate the masks into their ancient Greek myth films.... Read more »
FACULTY IN FOCUS offers a deeper look into what motivates our teachers, what they bring to the classroom, and why they love teaching Brookwood kids. This week, Mrs. Light shares her perspective with us.
At Brookwood, we are constantly thinking about how to create spaces and environments in which children can thrive. As such, our annual 4 to 14 Speaker Series event provides a venue in which experts can engage with parents, faculty and other members of our community on topics related to parenting elementary school kids. Dr. Lawrence J.... Read more »
There's a chill in the air and frost on the ground as we enter the second week of November. Thanksgiving break is fast approaching! In the meantime, students and faculty have been busy in the classroom, and beyond. Here are a few highlights from this past week at Brookwood.
It's at this time of year that I often hear from new families about how their children are doing and it is perhaps one of the most satisfying parts of my job. Just in the last week, one parent reflected, “my child is having a fantastic time and LOVES coming to school.” Another shared, “we are so happy… my son loves coming to school. He describes it... Read more »