Brookfield Elementary

A PK-5 OUSD Community School

Brookfield Lions: Learning and Thriving with Pride.

Announcements

  • SSC Establishment Meeting

    Posted by Kazumi Chin at 9/22/2016

    Parents, Community Members, Teachers and Other Staff and Students

    You are invited to attend a meeting to establish our School Site Council (SSC) on Tuesday, September 27 at 3:30pm in the auditorium.

    At this meeting, parents/community members will have an opportunity to elect parent and community

    representatives to the council. Teachers and other staff members will be elected by their peer groups to serve

    as school representatives. High school students will also elect their peer representatives to the council.

    California Ed. Code (64001 (a) requires schools which receive State and Federal funding, to establish a SSC. The

    major responsibilities of the SSC include the development of a Single Plan for Student Achievement, otherwise

    known as the SPSA (the Site Plan), monitor its implementation, evaluate the results, and make modifications

    as needed.

    This council offers an excellent opportunity for parents, community members and site personnel to work

    together and plan for student achievement. We encourage you to attend this meeting and elect your

    representatives to our School Site Council.

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  • Attendance Poster Contest!

    Posted by Kazumi Chin at 9/8/2016

    September is Attendance Awareness Month! We're having a poster contest open to all Brookfield students. The deadline to submit a poster is Wednesday, September 14. Stop by the office to pick up paper. Here is the full info >>

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About Brookfield Elementary

Brookfield Elementary is focused on high academic achievement & creating safe, nurturing learning experiences for all students.

We are a thriving community, dedicated to student success both in and out of the classroom. At Brookfield, parents and school staff work together to ensure all students are safe from bullying and are treated fairly by teachers. 

Our programming supports English language learners, and we have a robust Special Education program. We offer mental health services for our students through the Ann Martin Center, and expanded learning opportunities through Higher Ground Neighborhood Corp.
 
For event and engagement information, please visit our calendar. Brookfield-specific events are colored light blue.
 

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