So proud of our Brookwood Bands!!! Did you know that our 6th, 7th, and 8th grade bands are all marching in the Badger Homecoming Parade? Today they joined their forces and practiced as a whole group. Way to make us #MustangProud!!! We can’t wait to see you all perform in the parade!
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We are SO excited to celebrate Badger High School's Homecoming Week with our own Spirit Week Dress Up Days!! We love watching our Brookwood Alumni celebrated this week as they continue to grow into their greatness and want to join in on the fun! Dress up days are for BOTH schools! Show YOUR school spirit by joining in on the fun!! Monday (10/3) Favorite Sports Team: Wear your favorite team attire Tuesday (10/4) Tie-Dye Tuesday: Wear your most colorful tie-dye Wednesday (10/5) Wacky Hat/Wacky Hair Wednesday: Get creative with your crazy hair or hat Thursday (10/6) Pajama Day: Wear your pajamas to school Friday (10/7) Mustang Fan Friday: Wear your favorite Mustang gear
1 day ago, Helen Xiong
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No School - October 10, 2022 Professional Development Day for Staff
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October is Fire Safety Month. We are excited to be partnering with the Bloomfield/Genoa City Fire & Rescue Team on educating our students at all grade levels about fire safety. We are excited to welcome our firefighters to BES on Oct. 13th and BMS on Oct. 14th! This year's slogan from NFPA is "Fire won't wait, plan your escape." Students in all grade levels will enjoy a special presentation about the ins and outs of fire safety and also have the opportunity to check out an ambulance, fire engine and various safety gear. HUGE thanks to the Bloomfield Genoa City Fire and Rescue for partnering with us to keep our students and families safe!
1 day ago, Helen Xiong
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The 4K students continued learning about apples. They tried to build apple towers and used apple scented play dough as "glue". Students enjoyed listening to many apples stories and also got to make their own apple counting book. They strengthened their finger muscles and cores by rolling apple play dough into apples, ripped paper and glued it on to an apple picture, Q-Tip painted apple pictures, and helped make applesauce by tearing the apple slices into pieces. Students discussed the parts of an apple and then used two different kinds of food mills to separate out the skins and seeds from the applesauce. The 4K students explored if an apple would sink or float in the sensory table and enjoyed washing the apples that the Jumes family donated to our classroom. They also researched how apples get from the orchard to the store and how applesauce and apple juice are made. After a lot of research, students enjoyed apple juice and applesauce for snack! 4K had an "APPLE" solutly awesome two weeks exploring apples!
3 days ago, Helen Xiong
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Anyone else out there missing the fun from this past Friday?! ....because we sure are when we look over these newly submitted pictures!! We also wanted to give a couple more shoutouts of thanks!!! Thank you to all the parents and families that volunteered to make the Glow Run so fun....from the registration table, to the snack table, to the clean up crew, and especially to those that donated all the snacks for the snack table! Without your help and support, the BFO wouldn't be able to continue to hold these great family events. We also wanted to thank the custodial staff for getting all of our tables and chairs together for the event and overlooking the fields after the event. We truly have the BEST Brookwood Family around!! We need YOUR help in planning of these fun events!! Attend the next BFO meeting on October 4th at 6:30pm at BES! Questions? Contact: brookwoodfamily19@gmail.com
3 days ago, Helen Xiong
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In guidance class at BES, students in kindergarten learned about the importance of being helpers and 1st grade loved learning about the golden rule. They were so intrigued when they learned that the golden rule is known all around the world. They are also working on a golden rule activity related to the book, Do Unto Otters that they read. 2nd grade and 3rd grade learned about the importance of having a growth mindset - how to grow their brain (by trying hard things, by not giving up, by practicing...) and that mistakes and failures are part of being successful. Students also did a movement activity that helped them see that even when they make mistakes, if they keep trying, they can be successful. 3rd grade students also enjoyed learning about famous people who failed many times before becoming successful - ask your 3rd grader about Michael Jordan or Dr. Seuss!
4 days ago, Helen Xiong
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Go Gold! For Childhood Cancer Awareness! Brookwood Schools’ Annual All School Gold Walk. Wear Gold or Yellow to school on Friday, September 30th. Please see flier for more information: 
Go Gold! flier: https://tinyurl.com/4yszx7e8 Volunteer/Background Check Forms: https://tinyurl.com/mrpc9w9m
4 days ago, Helen Xiong
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10 minute count down until registration!!! Did you know that EVERY child in our school district had an opportunity to be part of the works of the Glow Run?! The shapes that make up the “What Makes You Glow?!” banner were provided by students in our school district and the bags that run along the trail we’re also decorated by our students!!! We have THE BEST Brookwood Family!! Thanks to our BFO for putting on this fun family event tonight! See you soon!!
6 days ago, Helen Xiong
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10 minute count down until registration!!! Did you know that EVERY child in our school district had an opportunity to be part of the works of the Glow Run?! The shapes that make up the “What Makes You Glow?!” banner were provided by students in our school district and the bags that run along the trail we’re also decorated by our students!!! We have THE BEST Brookwood Family!! Thanks to our BFO for putting on this fun family event tonight! See you soon!!
6 days ago, Helen Xiong

Here's your Mustang Minute from the Principals' Offices! Have a great weekend, Mustangs! 

https://www.smore.com/7h9js
7 days ago, Helen Xiong
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Meteorologist Marisa Woloszyn is bringing the Storm Chaser to BES on November 2nd. She will be speaking with the BES scientists about weather, weather tools, and being a weather scientist.
8 days ago, Helen Xiong
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Brookwood softball is going to have a busy week next week. We have rescheduled both of our games that were rained out. We will be playing Randall at home on Monday, September 26th, and Riverview at Riverview on Wednesday, September 28th. We also have a game Tuesday at Trevor-Wilmot. We appreciate your flexibility during this rainy softball season and hope to see you there cheering on our Mustangs!
8 days ago, Helen Xiong
We are gearing up for another fabulous Fest Fest for October 22nd from 12pm-3pm! If you are interested in decorating a trunk or helping out in any way, please contact tina.mohr@gcj2.k12.wi.us Any families who decorate a trunk will have free admission to the event. If you are interested in ordering Fall Fest swag, click on the following link: https://pfi-fashions.printavo.com/merch/brookwoodmiddleschoolfallfestival
9 days ago, Helen Xiong
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Upon the arrival to the Riverview softball diamonds, Coach Metcalf was notified that Riverview has canceled tonight’s softball games.
10 days ago, Helen Xiong
Happy Fall Mustang Families! We are gearing up for another fabulous Fest Fest! If you are interested in decorating a trunk or helping out in any way, please contact tina.mohr@gcj2.k12.wi.us Any families who decorate a trunk will have free admission to the event. If you are interested in ordering Fall Fest swag, click on the following link: https://pfi-fashions.printavo.com/merch/brookwoodmiddleschoolfallfestival
10 days ago, Helen Xiong
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Students in 7th/8th photography elective class took photos of the Brookwood garden at the middle school. Students were learning methods on how to get in close to their subject matter. They even were able to photograph a butterfly!
11 days ago, Helen Xiong
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Have you downloaded the FREE box top app and scanned your receipts in yet? Wellll...this is the week to do so!! It is DOUBLE box top week and every scan helps our BFO get closer to its goal....It is a FREE and easy way to help support our BFO but simply scanning your receipts or emailing them in if you do curbside pick up!
11 days ago, Helen Xiong
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Brookwood Schools' Annual All School Gold Walk. Did you know that September is Childhood Cancer Awareness Month?! Wear gold or yellow to school on 9/30. All K-8 students will participate in our Pediatric Cancer Awareness Walk. Donations are accepted but not required and all proceeds will be supporting local families affected by childhood cancer by being given to Kisses from Keegan and Friends (a local non-profit organization that supports local families affected by childhood cancer). *see flier or contact the building administrative assistants for more information*
11 days ago, Helen Xiong
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Last week, the middle school's health class learned about the health benefits of potatoes. The class was able to go outside and harvest potatoes that last year’s winter sowing class planted in a pot. They learned about an amazing Swedish technique that can be done on anyone’s patio.
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