Current Events

 

NO FUSS FUNDRAISER – Our 13th annual No Fuss Fund Drive will run January 8-26, 2018 (EXTENDED 1 WEEK DUE TO THE WINTER WEATHER)!  Information came home in Monday folders, but you may also view the 2017-18 Donation Letter here!  Won’t you please help us get to our goal of $15,000?!?!?  Click here to donate online.

 

The 3 classes that raise the most during No Fuss will each win a COOKIE PARTY!



Ever Wonder How Your Donations to the BROOKS PTA are put to work? – We’ve put together the following chart so you can see how the money we raise is invested in our students, our teachers, and our school!

 


Teacher/Staff Appreciation WeekFebruary 5-9.  We need many more items donated to make Teacher Appreciation week a success!  Our greatest need is for more casseroles for Wednesday, February 7.  Please visit the signup here and sign up to send in what you can.  Thank you!

 

 


Chipotle Spirit Night – Make sure you plan to eat out for a great cause on Tuesday, Jan. 30, from 4-8PM at the Chipotle located at 6102 Falls of Neuse Rd.  Make sure to bring a copy of THIS FLYER or show it on your smartphone and tell them you are supporting Brooks Elementary at checkout!  Brooks will receive 50% of proceeds from the night!

 


Variety Show – The application period has closed.

  • NEW DATE: Variety Show – Monday, January 29, 6:30PM (GYM)

 


#READVOLUTION with the Carolina Hurricanes – Congratulation to all Brooks Students for being one of nine school chosen to attend a Carolina Hurricanes practice on Wednesday, Feb. 21 for completing the #READVOLUTION Challenge!  More information will be coming out soon regarding this event!


Weather Conditions and Clothing Recommendations – With these cooler temperatures we’ve been experiencing, please be advised of the following WCPSS clothing guidelines for all students.  Should your student not dress appropriately, they will not be permitted to go outside with the rest of their class, and will, instead, stay inside with a lower grade.  
Please note that if the temperature is under 45 degrees, students MUST be in long pants, closed-toe shoes, and a heavy jacket.  A sweatshirt or zip-up hoodie is not considered a jacket.  If your child does not have a jacket, please let your student’s teacher know immediately so that the school or PTA can look into finding a winter jacket for your child.

 

  • Mild (45-55 degrees): Lightweight Coat & Hat
  • Moderate (35-44 degrees): Heavy Coat, Hat, Gloves or Mittens, Closed-Toe Shoes, and Scarf (optional)
  • Cold (32-34 degrees): Heavy Coat, Hat, Gloves or Mittens, Closed-Toe Shoes, and Scarf (optional)
  • Freezing (32 degrees or lower): Principal decision regarding outside activity
  • Snow: Heavy Coat, Hat, Gloves or Mittens, Closed-Toe Shoes, and Scarf (optional)
  • Soggy, Wet Conditions: Coat, Closed-Toe Shoes
  • Definite Rain, Sleet, or Hail: Students will stay inside

#ClassSizeChaos – Stay up to date on all of the different ways you can help Fix the #ClassSizeChaos!

K-3 Class Size Advocacy Alert
NC PTA Class Size Resolution
Take a look at how HB13 will impact WCPSS!


Yearbook – It’s never too early to start sending in pictures for this year’s Yearbook.  The email links for each class have been posted.  If you are at school or on a field trip and capture some great photos, please send email them directly to the email address that corresponds to your class or event.  Thank you so much for your help in ensuring an accurate representation of our entire school!


Visit the CALENDAR page for event details.

 

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