Beaver Brook Elementary School

Grades: K-2     Hours: 9:15 AM - 3:20 PM

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Breakfast at Beaver Brook learn more about breakfast at Beaver Brook by clicking here - English...   Portuguese...
BBES Upcoming Events
01/22 - THE "BEAVER BROOK BROADCASTER" WILL BE SENT HOME MONDAY, JANUARY 22, 2018
01/23 - NEXT REGULAR SCHOOL COMMITTEE MEETING, 7:00 PM, AHS/AMS LIBRARY
01/26 - EARLY DISMISSAL, PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT, 12:15 DISMISSAL FOR 1, 2, AND AM K, NO PM K
01/31 - KINDERGARTEN INFORMATION NIGHT
02/02 - EARLY DISMISSAL, PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT, 12:15 DISMISSAL FOR 1, 2, AND AM K, NO PM K
02/05 - PTO MEETING, 7:00 PM
02/09 - SOMEONE SPECIAL DANCE, 6:30 PM - DETAILS TO FOLLOW
02/16 - BOXTOPS DUE
02/19 TO 02/23 - WINTER BREAK
02/28 TO 03/06 - PTO/SCHOLASTIC BOOK FAIR
03/08 - EARLY DISMISSAL, PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT, 12:15 DISMISSAL FOR 1, 2, AND AM K, NO PM K
03/30 - NO SCHOOL, GOOD FRIDAY
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Message from the Principals

Dear Beaver Brook Families, 

We have been very busy this winter. Kindergarteners explored what owls eat by dissecting owl pellets. Kindergarten parents had the opportunity to meet with their child’s teacher to discuss student progress, areas still needing support, how to help at home, and a chance to view some class books made by students.

Sponsored by the Abington Education Foundation, Johnny the K used music and interactive drama with first and second graders as they learned about respect, kindness, and making positive choices to improve their world. Students showed their appreciation to the local business, Solar Five, who donated $500 to our school. With this additional funding, our volunteers are busy at work attaching bar codes to library books then entering the codes into a computer so staff will be able to use an automated system to check books in and out, rather than students writing the title on a paper. The library looks great and is being used often. All students have been learning about Martin Luther King, Jr. and the message that how we treat the people around us determines if others feel welcome and part of our community. The art volunteer has been a huge help with projects such as painting and collages. View pictures of these activities on our Facebook Page.

You can join in by being a volunteer who assists with special assemblies or PTO events, and support students in the classroom by completing a CORI background review and reading our Volunteer Guidelines. These are available in the office.

Mrs. Zinni and Mrs. Gover

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