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Summer Break 2016

Have a safe summer and we will see you August

Teacher night at Mc Donald's. Mr. Esposito and Mrs. Stoltz are having a blast in 2005.

The last day of school will be a turn around day, and it is scheduled for the Brockway Area School District on Tuesday, May 31, 2016.  Dismissal for the elementary students will be at 9:00 a.m. Dismissal for high school students will be at 9:06 a.m.  Breakfast will be served

 

Are you smarter than this 3rd grader?

Spirit of Charity Queen

Congratulaltions Abby on becoming the 2016 Charity Queen of Dubois. Abby raised $1150 for cancer research.

Mrs Frederick 7 year flashback

Grade 5 visited Quiet Creek Herb farm.

>READING LOG<

Elementary students must log 10 reading entries during the summer. Reading for twenty minutes counts as one entry. This log is to be returned to the student’s homeroom teacher by the end of the second week of school. It will count as a 10 point homework grade. Click to get a log> READING LOG

AIMS students experiment with programing robots in the computer lab.

As Field Day approaches we look back to 1982 with Mr. Reckner's very short shorts and tube socks and Mr.Waldek's head full of hair.

A final stroll down the elementary hallways for many Brockway grads, as a new tradition is born with the first Senior Walk.

Elementary Summer Band Program

Who: All band students who will be entering 5th and 6th grade for the 2016-17 school year.

Whan: August 8-12 and August 15-19 Monday-Friday from 9AM to Noon.

Where: Brockway Elementary Music Room

Let's get a head start on our music for next school year while haveing fun with our band friends.

This next generation of first graders says so long to Kindergarten as they sing their way through the final days and their first year at Brockway Area Elementary. Congratulations class of 2028.

Beginning June 6st through August 6th, 2016, the Brockway Elementary School will be having their summer reading program. Students will be able to improve their reading skills using a variety of genres, and participate in activities that relate to each story.

Don’t think that you will be just sitting around and reading the entire time. We will have you outside, making and flying kites, biking Rails to Trails, tie dyeing t-shirts, and so much more!

CLICK HERE> More Information

Science Fair 2016 is in the books with 122 projects and 199 participants. The fair produced 35 medalists who were all smiles Friday.