Our Mission

  • Our Mission:

    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.

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Our Values

  • Our Values: 
    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.

Our Vision

  • 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.

Brassfield Bulletin

  • NEWS LAST UPDATED Friday, Nov 17th

     

    BOOK FAIR IS COMING!

    Book Fair is coming 11/27-12/8! More information coming soon!

    FUNDRAISER for BOOKS! --Who will win??!

    Next week, 11/13-11/17, we will be doing a change drive to help raise money for kids in local communities who need books!  Any additional money raised may be used to buy books for our school library or help teachers refresh their classroom libraries.  Bring in those pennies, nickels, dimes and quarters to fill the jug in the lobby. Who will be able to fill the jug faster, boys or girls? As an added bonus, Scholastic will purchase a book for each $1 raised and provide up to 1 million books to charities such as the Kids In Need Foundation, Reader to Reader, Inc., and the National Center for Families Learning.

    Cookie Boxes for Teachers and Staff

    It's hard to believe the holidays are upon us. That means it's almost time to get out the flour and sugar and send some good cheer to all of the teachers and staff at Brassfield who do so much for our children every day. Each year, the PTA Staff Appreciation & Hospitality Committee, together with the support of our wonderful parent volunteers, assembles a box of homemade cookies for each teacher and staff member at the school. We hear countless compliments and words of thanks for doing this and have been told repeatedly it's one of the favorite days of the school year.

    To sign up please go to  Holiday Cookie Boxes

    PBIS Rewards and Items Needed for the Children:

    Parents if you have any of these items available, please send these items into Mr. Danahy in the 4th grade hallway.

    • Fun pencils and pens, stickers, small notepads, eraser tops, pencils, play-doh, small animal figurines, jump ropes, bubbles, sidewalk chalk, sunglasses, pipsqueaks, bead necklace, slap bracelets, rubber ducks, squirt animals, stickers, bouncy balls, koosh balls, mechanical pencils, Emoji items, mini agendas/notebooks, silly putty, thinking putty, School supplies, bookmarks, erasers, pencils, books, jump ropes, anything like the stuff in the school store or school store cash to spend there, bubbles, playdoh, pencils, eraser tops, trinkets, lollipops, chips/snacks, bracelets, bookmarks, chalk, pipsqueaks, wiki sticks, anything from the Target $1 section, party favor items, key chains
    • Snacks for teachers to keep in their classrooms
    • Books for kids to take home (to practice reading, as rewards, etc.) -- can be used books
    • Extra sneakers, gloves, coats, etc. for changes in weather/outdoor play
    • Maker Space materials, things to take apart with motors (Please confirm your item is acceptable with jdanahy@wcpss.net.)

    Coding Club Registration is COMING!

    Calling all Track 1 & 4 1st - 5th grade students!!!!!  

    Does your student love computer games, do they ALWAYS want to play on their tablet?  Why not turn that desire into an educational opportunity?  Brassfield Coding Club teaches students basic computer science concepts through programs, activities, STEM toys, and game design. All 1st - 5th grade students regardless of past participation are welcome to apply!  

    Visit our blog at brassfieldcodingclub.blogspot.com  to find out more!  But hurry, registration is open for a limited time and space is limited.  

    Track 1 & 4 Registration October 23 – November 9

    Meeting Dates for Tracks 1 & 4 are January 24 – February 28


     

    Volunteer in the Learning Commons

    Our Brassfield Learning Commons (Library Media Center) needs volunteers! You are invited to come to our final Brassfield Learning Commons Volunteer Training Party on October 5th to learn more about how you can help. Marni Wall, our media specialist, will provide light refreshments while we learn and work. Please sign up using MemberHub, SignUpGenius, or email mwall@wcpss.net to help!









     

     


     

    READVOLUTION

    Student Ticket Rewards

    Students who achieve their reading goal of 1200 minutes by January 12, 2018 will be able to redeem a Hurricanes game ticket after the campaign has ended

    The Carolina Hurricanes and the Wake County Public School Systems Strategic Plan of Vision 2020 are teaming up to bring Readvolution to all of our elementary schools. This partnership will support a community-wide literacy campaign around daily reading outside of school. The goal ofthis campaign is to highlight the importance of reading in creating college, career ready graduates. We will kick off this event in schools starting October 2nd and an end date of January 12th.

    All WCPSS elementary students will be given the challenge of 20 minutes of reading outside of the school day! The challenge will include an individual and school wide component as well as goals for each.

    Instructions to Log In Use your web browser to go to http://hurricanes.com/WakeCounty. On the website, click “Submit Reading Results”, to take you to the Readvolution app homepage. You will see the scoreboard and the option to log into your account using your WakeID username and password. After logging in, you will see your student dashboard. The dashboard will show you an overview of things you can do.

     

    Report Cards

    WCPSS has updated their report card distribution schedule this year. Click here to view when your track should receive report cards.

     

    Here Comes the Bus App

    Wake County has a new way for parents to receive information about bus arrivals! The Here Comes the Bus app translates GPS data into an easy to use map that works on a computer, tablet or smartphone. It allows you to see where the bus is and how close it is to your stop. You can sign up for Here Comes the Bus at https://herecomesthebus.com/getting-started/. You will need the district code (67500) and your student’s ID number to sign up. For your smartphone or tablet, download the app from the App Store or Google Play.

     

    Volunteer

    Brassfield loves our volunteers! Visitors who have the potential to be alone with students at any time are required to complete the WCPSS Volunteer Registration process.

    The following are examples of some volunteer duties that require registration: Field trip chaperones, tutoring inside or outside the classroom, off-campus mentoring, media assistant, club leader/coach, clerical work for teacher, media center volunteer, classroom assistant, field day volunteer, test proctor, front office helper, room parent. To register, you must visit the school during school hours and must have valid identification with you. Volunteers who received clearance last year must re-register by October 2017 for the 2017-2018 school year.

     

    Important Dates

    • Tuesday, November 21st Early Release
    • Wednesday, November 22nd - Friday, November 24th Thanksgiving Break
    • Tuesday. November 28th & Wednesday, November 29th Grade 3 Iowa Testing Tr.¾
    • Friday, November 30th Spirit Day: Wear Black & White
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