Brassfield Elementary will provide a relevant and engaging education and will graduate students who are collaborative, creative, effective communicators and critical thinkers.
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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.
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Spirit Week - December 18-21
Join us in spreading holiday cheer by participating in our Winter Spirit Week!
Carolina Hurricanes “Readvolution”
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.
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 student.
Visit http://hurricanes.com/WakeCounty to log in. 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.
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.
Morning Movement Club
The Brassfield Morning Movement Club online registration is now open!
Morning Movement Club will begin on Friday, January 5, 2018 for K-2nd Grades and Friday, January 12, 2018 for 3rd-5th Grades. The club will meet from 8:00-8:45 AM on Friday mornings in the Multi-Purpose Room (Gym) from January through Mid-May. Each age group will meet every other week. The mission of the movement club is to get kids -- BOYS AND GIRLS -- moving, and to make them aware of how their breath can help them calm down and focus.
Brassfield Morning Movement Club FAQs
Additional questions? Contact Amy & Jennifer at BrassfieldMorningMovementClub@gmail.com
Brassfield Math & Science Extravaganza Volunteers Needed
The Brassfield Math & Science Extravaganza committee seeks 2 volunteers to join organizers John Jones and Jennifer Oldson. This year’s obligation will be light - simply shadow the current co-directors! Observe what currently is done, how it is done, and when it is done. In the hope that you stay with us the following year (2019) then, with John and Jennifer’s support, assume responsibility for some of the tasks as you become more comfortable. If, however, you do not want a mentoring period but are ready to become more actively engaged right now, then reach out to John Jones and he will get you started (he promises).
This is a once per year commitment that supports not only the students and their interest in science but engages parents and guardians and guest exhibitors lifting the evening above a mere show and tell to become a Brassfield community extravaganza! To become a part of this great service to others please contact John Jones or Jennifer Oldson this week. John Jones - firstname.lastname@example.org or Jennifer Oldson - email@example.com
Positive Behavior (PBIS) Rewards
If you are able to donate any small reward items, please send them in to Mr. Danahy. Examples:
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.
9:45 AM School Tour
Parents will learn the benefits of a growth mindset, how to encourage a growth mindset in students, and key resources to support their Academically or Intellectually Gifted (AIG) student.
This evening event at Martin Middle School provides parents an opportunity to learn about special education services, related services and community resources for students with disabilities.