Childcare is not provided for younger siblings during school activities. Please plan for alternate transportation for younger siblings.
The goal of the Cool Science Investigations program is to enhance the positive experiences elementary students have with science learning. We will offer three CSI to foruth- and fifth-grade students during the 2017-18 school year which will meet on Tuesdays or Thursdays, depending on the session, from 3:40-4:30 p.m. Information regarding this activity will be sent home in the fall. If you have any questions, please contact the CSI coordinator Mrs. Dowell.
Brougham’s running club Fun Runners is comprised of third- fourth- and fifth-grade students. Fun Runners practice on Thursdays after school in the fall and spring from 3:40-4:30 p.m. and participate in the Pumpkin Run and Angel Day Run at the end of the sessions. Information will be sent home in August and again in March. If you have questions or are interested in volunteering, please contact the Fun Runners sponsor Ms. Benson.
Math Wings is a competitive club that meets every Monday after school from 3:45 until 4:45 p.m. The meetings consist of intense mental math skills, problem solving competitions, vocabulary review, and various “math” scrimmages. It is structured using the format developed by the district in preparation for three separate competitions. Information regarding participation requirements for fourth- and fifth-grade students will be sent home in August. Please contact the Math Wings sponsor, Mrs. Hermanson, for more information.
Panther Chorus is a choir made up of fourth- and fifth-graders at Brougham Elementary. It is a volunteer, non-audition group that meets three times a week in the mornings beginning at 8:00. Panther Chorus consists of two smaller rehearsals and a whole group rehearsal working on independent singing, part singing, and vocal musicianship. Mrs. Haas will send home information in August.
Fifth-Grade Safety Patrol
The Safety Patrol is a group of fifth-grade students who volunteer their time before and after school to help keep Brougham students safe during our arrival and dismissal times. They also have the privilege of giving the Brougham announcements and Pledge of Allegiance at the beginning of the school day. Contact Mrs. Scott for more information.
The Brougham Service Soldiers are a group of Brougham students who learn about needs in our community and how even kids can do a lot to help! The students meet monthly on a Monday in two groups (grades 1-2 and grades 3-5). It is a great way for kids to practice responsibility and compassion while completing fun projects with their friends! More information and a schedule will be sent home in the fall. Sponsor TBD.
The Brougham Spirit Squad is for all students in first through fifth grades who are interested in supporting their school through movement and fun. The Spirit Squad practices once a week on Tuesdays from 3:40-4:30 p.m., in order to prepare for their performances at the three main PTO events. Spirit Squad encourages growth in students through dance and cheerleading while encouraging positivity and enthusiasm! Mrs. Grace will send additional information.
Student Leadership Team
Brougham’s Student Leadership Team is a fifth-grade leadership program allowing fifth-graders the opportunity to be involved in their school community. It is designed to highlight positive leadership skills in our youth who are role models for other Brougham students. Students choose activities of interest and are assigned a maximum of 30 minutes of service per week. SLT meets once per month during lunch to discuss and reflect upon their leadership roles as well as to discuss ideas for school activities such as spirit days and special projects. Mrs. Gabrielson, the sponsor, sent home eligibility requirements, application, and additional information last sprint to our incoming fifth-grade students. Fifth-grade students new to Brougham who are intersted should contact Mrs. Gabrielson.