Meadow Brook gear still for sale on the online store until Friday the 28th at midnight. If you haven’t visited the store yet check out the many options of jackets, hoodies and bags too https://meadowbrookelementary.axomo.com/category/. You can contact Melanie Bott with any questions.
Reflection entries are due Monday morning, October 1st. As a reminder, be mindful of copyright laws. We are also in need of at least 4-5 more volunteers to help accept and record the Reflection entries on Monday, October 1st, at 8am. If you are able to help, or even if you have questions about Reflections you can contact Mandy Gailey (co-Chair, advertising), 330.907.6164, Mandy.email@example.com
Once a month, students-of-the-month will be chosen by their teachers to participate in our Mustang Stampede. On these school spirit days, ALL students are welcome to wear cowboy/girl hats & boots. We are in the process of making stick horses for students-of-the-month to gallop through the halls and are looking for some volunteers to help make them on Friday. Please click the link below, if you are willing to come help...thank you!!
Meadow Brook is lucky to have Emily Sheets as part of our Meadow Brook Family! Congratulations Emily for being nominated for KSL's Teacher Feature Award! https://www.ksl.com/?nid=428&sid=46395906&title=emily-sheets---meadow-br...
We LOVE art! For the past few weeks we have been working on our portfolios that will hold all of our writing and art for the year. We have loved learning how to do “sharpie art”, on them, and can’t wait to fill our folders with our amazing work! Lincoln Murphy in our class said, “I had so much fun learning how to do it! I enjoyed picking out my favorite colors, being creative to decide on different designs for the triangles, and hiding my initials in the art. I was so excited to teach my mom how to do it when I got home from school!
Mrs. Anderson’s class in 4th grade played a game of “Go Shape” to review for their Geometry test. The students practiced identifying and matching- intersecting, perpendicular, and parallel lines, points, rays, and lastly different polygons and quadrilaterals. Math is fun in 4th grade!
Mrs. Glenn’s class has some special visitors for the next few weeks! A student in our class and their family taught us about the life cycle of a Monarch Butterfly and even brought in some caterpillars for us! We get to watch as the caterpillars turn into butterflies and we look forward to getting to release them after they transform!