Welcome to Brooke Grove Elementary School

                  Exterior of Brooke Grove ES 

  Principal: Mrs. Gail West  

Our vision is for Brooke Grove to be a place that every child, every staff member, and every community member wants to come each day and knows that they will be well loved, safe, respected, and welcomed, and they know it is a place of high level of teaching and learning. We appreciate the opportunity to work in such a wonderful and diverse school and community among professionals who truly work as a family and a professional learning community, and with such dedicated and interested parents. Together, we will be a team to work in the best interest of each and every child and do whatever it takes to ensure their success. Our goal is provide a quality instructional program that inspires and delivers rigor, relationships, relevance, and engagement! We look forward to working together as partners to achieve these goals  

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 On February 27, 2014 at 2:45pm all the students lined the hallways and they were reading . It is a wonderful thing to see our students all active and reading.

 

Girls on the Run- March 3rd-May 18, 2014 ,7:15-8:15am - Mon. and Wed.  

Girls on the run is a nationwide not-for-profit before-school program that combines training for a 5K running event with self-esteem enhancing and uplifting workouts.

We inspire girls to be joyful, healthy and confident using a fun, experience based curriculum which creatively integrates running. 

Sherwod Cluster Africian American Celebration

The NAACP Parents' Council of Sherwood, Greenwood and Brooke Grove Elementary Schools presented its' annual African-American Read-In. The event was hosted by Sherwood Elementary in the Media Center on Thursday, February 27th where we were honored with 10 amazing student readers. The Principal from Sherwood, Mrs. Dina Brewer and Assistant Principal, Mr. Michael Burd, as well as the Principal of Brooke Grove, Mrs. Gail West, were all in attendance, which provided the much needed school level support on which our kid's thrive.  In addition to the poetry that the children selected to read, we had several Black History themed activities. Certificats of Participation were prepared for each reader by MCPS Speech Pathologist, Mrs. Doris Wray. To honor Black History month throughout the entire month of February, we developed a 28-day Africian-American interesting facts take-a-way!  These facts were read during the morning announcements each day and the Principals at Sherwood and Brooke Grove ES selected students to read the interesting facts to the entire student body during the morning announcements.  A special thanks to the staff at Sherwood, Brooke Grove, and Greenwood elementary schools in supporting the NAACP'S efforts to share and promote Africian-American contributions and helping our minority students take pride in their heritage and their future!                                 

                       

                        Brooke Grove School Calender 2013-2014

                               March Character Counts is Trustworthiness

Trusworthiness means: Be Honest * Be Loyal -Stick by your family and friends when they need you.

Don't deceive, cheat or steal* Be reliable-Do what you say you'll do 

 

 

                             children around the world 

Please check out our new 5th grade website for class information  

http://brookegrove5thgrade.weebly.com/index.html  

 

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Congratulations to Brooke Grove for being a top winner for 10,605 Volunteer Hours 2012-2013

                               volunteer  

Congratulations! We are pleased to inform you that Brooke Grove Elementary School with 10,605 volunteer hours reported, is one of the top winners of the MCPS 2012–2013 Outstanding Volunteer Program Awards. Your effort to create a family-friendly school community that utilizes and values volunteers is to be commended. The significant number of volunteer hours served indicates a welcoming school environment where staff, parents, and the community work together to make a difference for students. The award was received by Mrs. Kane, Mrs. Kahan and Mrs. West at the volunteer Program Awards at the Annual MCPS Back-to-School Fair on Saturday, August 24, 2013. Thank you to all of our Volunteer's. We couldn't do it without you!
  

 



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