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

  •  Updated August 20th

     

     Join the PTA!

    PTA membership help to fund many of the experiences that make Brassfield such a wonderful school community: cultural arts programs, special events (Super Kids Day, Carnival, Family Nights), school improvements, teacher & staff appreciation luncheons, teacher grants, and so much more!  Each child has received membership form via their Wednesday folder. Extra forms are available in the front office, or you may print your own form. You may also join the PTA and pay online through MemberHub. Forms, along with the $10 membership fee, may be turned in to your child’s teacher or deposited in the PTA mailbox in the front lobby. THANK YOU for being an active supporter of our school and programs!

     

    Reserved Carpool Spot Bidding

    Do you wish you had more time in your day? Tired of sitting in carpool? If so, here's your chance to snag one of the first TWO carpool spots from 9/1/18-8/31/19! This is a closed bidding auction and 100% of the proceeds will be donated to our school. Closed bids are due by August 29th -- Click this link to access the bidding form & instructions. Information will also be sent out via room parents. Please contact Michelle Keller at michellegainey@gmail.com with any questions.

     

    Become a Learning Commons Volunteer!

    Our Brassfield Learning Commons (Library/Media Center) needs volunteers! Please sign up to come to one of our Volunteer Training Parties (8/24 or 10/4) from 9-11am. If you are unable to come to a training and still want to volunteer, please fill out this Volunteer Sign Up Form.  Email Media Specialist, Marni Wall, mwall@wcpss.net with questions. Thank you!

     

    Walkathon

    Tracks 1 & 3  - Information about our school's annual fundraiser, the Brassfield Walkathon, has been sent home in your child’s Wednesday folder. Walkathon is our school's only true fundraiser and supports many important programs at our school. Please continue to send in your donations! The Walkathon will be held Friday, August 31 for Tracks 1 & 3 (Rain Date: Tuesday, September 4) and Friday, September 21 for tracks 2 & 4 (Rain Date: Monday, September 24). Contact Kelly Schoch at kelly.schoch@att.net with questions.

     

    The Positivity Project

    For the last two weeks students have learned about how curiosity is a character strength. Next week, we will focus on Leadership.   Please tweet us @BrassfieldElem if you would like to share a story about how the Positivity Project is having a positive impact on your student!

     

    2018-2019 Meal Prices

    WCPSS meal prices for the 2018-2019 school year are:

    Breakfast $1.25

    Lunch $2.55

     

    Free & Reduced Price Lunch Services

    Applications can be completed online, or a paper application packet can be picked up at any WCPSS campus. Students may continue to use their 2017-2018 status through October 09, 2018, however Families must re-apply by October 2018 to continue to receive services for the remainder of the 2018-2019 school year.

     

    Student Clubs

     

    Student Government

    Do you love being a leader? Student government may be for you! If you are a 4th or 5th grader, we would love to have you. Student government helps out the school by showing others what it means to be a leader and a positive member in the community. We help to reinforce school events as well as participate in such things as: homework club, school election, coordinate the book character parade, Bayleaf mentor holiday party and much more! Please use this link to fill out an application and return to Mrs. Gressick by August 24th.

     

    Running Club

    Calling all 3rd-5th grade students that enjoy running and would like to prepare for a race. You should join the Brassfield running club!  Our weekly runs will focus on building endurance and speed while fostering a love of running. Running Club will begin on Wednesday, August 28th, and will meet weekly on Wednesdays from 3:45-4:45 through November 7th. Runners are welcomed to attend running club over their track out if someone is available to drop them off at the track, sign in with a coach, and pick them up at the carpool loop after practice. Contact Libby Lipetzky, elipetzky@wcpss.net, with questions. Sign up for Running Club here. This form must be completed each season.

     

    Odyssey of the Mind

    Odyssey of the Mind teams will be forming soon. This year, we are hoping to expand to expand our program to include students in all grades!  Are you interested in learning more about this creative problem-solving program? If so, please plan to attend an informational session in the Learning Commons on August 8th from 5:00-7:00.

     

    Safety Patrol

    The 2018-2019 Safety Patrol sign-up and schedule are now posted on Mr. Turley’s website. Please email school counselor, Zach Turley, at zturley@wcpss.net with any questions.

     

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