We celebrated Red Ribbon Week the week of October 20-24. Red Ribbon Week
is intended to raise children’s awareness of making healthy choices, being
safe, and the issues surrounding drug abuse.
Monday: The kids wore a smile to be kind to others
Tuesday-Say yes to safety because your laws protect you
–the picture above is the signed pledge your children did during lunch.
Wednesday –The children wore sneakers to say yes to play
Thursday- The children Wore red to say yes to healthy
heart & body.
Friday-The kids wore their spirit wear to show we are
proud to be a BGES student and to be a good citizen.
This is from the NAACP Kickoff and Ms. Williams is our
NAACP Rep to the PTA.
Please check out our new 5th grade website for class information
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Congratulations to Brooke Grove for being a top winner for 10,605 Volunteer Hours 2012-2013
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!