Week of March 27 - 31, 2017
 


TUESDAY
Cream of broccoli soup, Chicken pot pie, Mashed potatoes, Veggie pot pie, Peas and corn, Tuna sliders
 
WEDNESDAY
Miso tofu soup, Beef and broccoli, Sticky rice, Sweet and sour tofu stir fry, Sesame bok choy, Roast beef on pretzel roll, Grapes
 
THURSDAY
Homemade tomato soup, BBQ pulled pork, Grilled cheese sandwich, Roasted brussel sprouts, Grilled veggie flatbread, Fruit salad

FRIDAY
Vegetable rice soup, Cheeseburger subs, Oven fries, Portobello and red pepper subs, Steamed broccoli, Ham and cheese wraps, Ice cream bar
Deadline March 27: Sign up now
for spring after-school classes


     Spring after-school classes begin this week and the deadline to sign up is today, Monday, March 27. There are some amazing new offerings including an expanded 3D Printing option led by Rich Lehrer and an adult knitting class led by Annabel Wildrick.
     Please visit Spring Classes to access class descriptions and use Brookwood's Reports Server to officially register. Contact Justin Zappia at jzappia@brookwood.edu with any questions.
Visiting authors discuss
Turning 15 On the Road
to Freedom

     Lynda Blackmon Lowery and Susan Buckley will be visiting with seventh grade students on Friday, March 31. Lowery, the youngest marcher in the 1965 voting rights march from Selma to Montgomery, Alabama, shares her story, which demonstrates that young adults can be heroes. In her riveting memoir, as told to Susan Buckley and Elspeth Leacock, Lowery tells readers about her experience working alongside Martin Luther King, Jr. and how it felt to be a part of changing American history.

     On Thursday, April 6, Brookwood will hold Art Celebration Day to honor the creativity and incredible work done by our students. 
     This year there is a new format to the celebration. It will be a daylong event from 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.  Artwork by our PreK through Grade 8 artists will be displayed throughout the school, and students will view the artwork with their Buddies throughout the school day. There will be a short presentation at School Meeting, a special "art-themed" lunch, and three mini-workshops for students will be offered from 3:00-4:00 p.m.
     Students need to sign up for these optional mini-workshops in advance. There is a limit of 16 children for each workshop:
1) Paper Marbling, Paste Paper, and other creative paper surface techniques, for Middle and Upper School students; 
2) Printmaking and Design, for Lower and Middle School students; 
3) Plastic Buildables, for Lower and Middle School students. 
     Parents and families are encouraged to view the exhibit after School Meeting from 10:30 -11:00 a.m. (and of course either before or after school).
     We hope to see you on April 6 from 10:30 to 11:00 a.m. to honor and view the amazing work done by your children. Your encouragement and support of your child or children's creativity is greatly appreciated.
     If you have questions, please feel free to contact Kathy Stewart at either kstewart@brookwood.edu or 978-526-4500 ext. 6315
 
Thank you,
Kathy Stewart, Suzanne Kelsey and Annabel Wildrick 
April 7: Lower and Middle School
Movie Afternoon

     Save the date for a Lower and Middle School Movie Afternoon hosted by Mrs. Evans and Ms. Johnson. Join us to see Sing on Friday, April 7, from 3:00 to 4:45 p.m.
     If you would like to sign up, email Eliza Cowan, Director of Alumni and Parent Relations, at ecowan@brookwood.edu. More details to follow.

Summer at Brookwood 2017
 
     Please visit the Brookwood website to learn about the amazing full- and half-day specialty camps we are offering this summer to students in rising PreK through Grade 9. In addition, we will offer new single day trip adventures throughout the summer months! Descriptions of all the camps and trips, as well as related logistical information, can be found on the Summer Camps page on brookwood.edu.
     Register by using the "Register Now" button on the Brookwood website. We are confident these are the most unique camps on all of the North Shore, so don't miss an opportunity to get your child signed-up. Space is limited.