Brassfield Elementary will provide a relevant and engaging education and will graduate students who are collaborative, creative, effective communicators and critical thinkers.
Learn more about Our Mission. Our Story.
We value collaboration and opportunities to grow.
We value each other (students, teachers, parents, and volunteers) and our time.
We value purposeful instruction.
We value accountability.
We value community support.
As you walk through the doors of Brassfield Road Elementary, students, teachers, and parents will be fully engaged in meaningful learning opportunities. We will collaborate, in person and virtually through the use of innovative applications on modern technological devices, to investigate and solve real world problems. Relationships will be nurtured through acts of recognition, kindness, and professionalism. Teaching and learning will be at the forefront of all distributive decision making processes.
It’s Book Fair Time! Students and parents may shop our pirate-themed book fair now through Thursday, October 27th. The book fair is open from 8:45 AM - 4:00 PM.
A message from Sra. Lipetzky: Hola padres, it is that time of year again! On November 1st and 2nd, El Dia de los Muertos is celebrated in Mexico and all over the Spanish speaking world. In Spanish class, we will be learning about the products, practices and perspectives of the Mexican culture and this special holiday. 5th graders will be decorating sugar skulls in Spanish class to learn about some of the customs of the Mexican people and K-4 students will be learning about the fun traditions like parades, special foods, and customs such as decorating the houses with Marigolds! If you have any questions or concerns about this lesson, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Wake County Public Schools will be operating on a two-hour delay on Tuesday, November 8th due to Election Day. Students may be dropped off beginning at 10:45 AM. YMCA before-school and after-school care will operate on their normal schedule . More information can be found here.
School Psychologist’s Corner: In honor of Disability History and Awareness Month (DHAM), please consider checking out Kim Getty's recent blog post that touches on DHAM and also discusses the idea of having a "growth mindset." http://kimberlygetty.weebly.com/
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This week at Brassfield...
6:30 PM - 8:30 PM Movie Night
Todas las escuelas se abrirán con un retraso de dos horas el martes, 8 de noviembre
Families of students served in special education: Mark your calendars for Nov. 3 for the 8th annual Special Education Open House, 5:30-9 p.m. at Martin Middle School, 1701 Ridge Road, Raleigh.
This year’s theme is “Uniquely Capable.” A host of activities and lessons will dispel stereotypes and demonstrate how people with disabilities can achieve success in all facets of life.