Brookstone DLP Week Six
Week Six is in the books for Brookstone DLP and it’s hard to believe how quickly this year is coming to a close. And there are too many positive things to even list about our students, our teachers, our parents, our community. It has been remarkable in every way to see everyone rise to the occasion and tackle distance learning with such energy and enthusiasm, even they are exhausted!
Some Week Six highlights are below!
Once again, it is an honor to thank the many Brookstone family members who are doing their part to serve others during this pandemic. Thank you, thank you, thank you!
Earth Day Celebration
How did Mrs. Lynn Robertson’s #BrookstoneMiddleSchool 8th grade science students celebrate the 50th anniversary of Earth Day? By decorating their sidewalks and driveways. Take a look at this amazing work!
Upper School Dissection
Distance learning even includes earthworm dissection! Our Honors Biology class had their dissection kit arrive in the mail to their homes and the fun began!
Up next – pigs! Should be fun! 🙂
Why Brookstone? Team Work is WHY!
From Leigh Anne Floyd: Each week I have Zoom meetings with each grade level, as well as with my elective teachers and coaches. During our time of distance learning, I eagerly await these meetings. I miss my team, and I love seeing how well they work together – even if it is from a distance.
Each grade level is like a symphony. Each member has a special part, and when they come together they create a masterpiece. I am eagerly anticipating our return to campus and being reunited face-to-face with my incredible Lower School team; I miss them so! Teamwork is Why Brookstone?
Love from our First Grade Teachers
Though distance learning is made easier through technology, we certainly miss the in-person connection with our students. Our first-grade teachers wanted to make sure their students knew just how much they are missed.
Congratulations to Justin Hopf – Regional Star Student
Last, but most certainly not least, congratulations are in order for Justin Hopf’s recent honor of Regional Star Student. We are so very proud of him!
The Professional Association of Georgia Educators (PAGE) Student-Teacher Achievement Recognition (STAR) program honors Georgia’s highest achieving high school seniors and the teachers who have been most instrumental in their academic development.
Brookstone School is proud to announce its STAR Student, Justin Hopf. Justin selected Peter Parisi as his STAR Teacher. After winning the Muscogee County STAR Student award, Justin took the win at Region competition for having the top SAT score among twelve schools. It was announced at a banquet held at Columbus State University on Monday, March 9th. In light of the unprecedented situation with the COVID-19 virus, PAGE announced the cancellation of the Page Star State competition to be held in April. The 2020 STAR Program concluded this year a the Region Event level with 21 STAR Students and STAR Teachers. Congratulation to Justin and Peter for being selected STAR 2020 Region 5 winners.
Congratulations, Justin! Way to go!!!