EVENTS AT BROOKLAKE
Brooklake Fun Nights
Fun nights for 3rd, 4th and 5th grade are held once or twice a year on a Friday night in the Brooklake gymnasium. The nature of the event is determined by the coordinators. Snacks/drinks are provided and there is a nominal fee charged to cover the cost of the event. Coordinator is responsible for organizing the event, working with the school to organize the event and schedule parent volunteers for the evening.
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Permission Slips will be available soon
If you have any questions regarding Fun Night, Please contact Nataile Priore- email@example.com
Holiday Gift Shop
The Holiday Gift Shop is a chance for children to purchase small holiday gifts for their families. Gift items are typically priced between $.50 and $10 dollars. It is typically held in the beginning of December, and is run by parent volunteers. Details are provided at that time along with an envelope to send in shopping money. Coordinator is responsible for working with the vendor schedule event, set up gift shop, and schedule volunteers to assist during the event.
2020 Holiday Gift Shop will be virtual this school year. More details to follow.
End of the Year Celebration
Every Year PTA host a end of year celebration for Brooklake students. Kids participate in fun activities including a dunk tank and Kona Ice Truck.
The Book Fair is held twice a year in each school. Details are provided the week before, including information on when your child’s class will be going to the book fair so that they can bring money to purchase books, if they wish. Coordinator is responsible for working with the vendor to schedule the fair, communicate the fair to families, and schedule volunteers to assist during the event
2020 Book fairs will be online this year. More details will available soon.
The Brooklake Yearbook is available for purchase by Brooklake students. The coordinator photographs the Brooklake students for publication in the yearbook, designs the yearbook, works with the yearbook company as well as the Brooklake principal and staff, and coordinates yearbook s