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Welcome to Brooks Museums Magnet Elementary

  • "Where students become architects of their own learning!"

  • Brooks Museums Magnet Moving Information

    Our school will be moving to a satellite campus for the 2016-17 school year, while most of our old building is torn down to make room for our new school. We will move back into the our new building for the 2017-18 school year. Check back often for updates about this exciting time at Brooks.

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  • We Need Strong Help on the Morning of June 4th

    In order keep instruction going during all of the moving, we need to wait until the latest possible time to pull projectors and older equipment out of classrooms for our move to the new campus. We would like to try get most of it completed on the morning of Saturday, June 4th from 9am-noon. We need help moving workstations to a central location and taking down certain projectors to use at the new campus. We have approximately 60 machines that need to be moved and about 10 projectors that need to be taken down. Juliette Kuhn (, our technology facilitator, will be working on this but will need a lot of hands to make this happen in just 3 hours on a Saturday. If you can help for any or all of the time, please complete the June 4th Parent Volunteer Form and Ms Kuhn will be in touch with you in mid-May to confirm. Thank you so much for any help you can provide!
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