Brookfield News and Notes 2/23/2024

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Upcoming Events February
  • 27 - Third Grade Parent Coffee - 8:00 - 9:00 a.m.
March
  • 1 - Disney Day
  • 4 - Brookfield Read Across America
  • 5 - Student Holiday
  • 14 - First Grade Family Literacy Coffee - 8:00 - 9:30 a.m.
News and Notes Tuesday, March 5th is a School Holiday

The Fairfax Board of Elections has requested that schools be closed on Tuesday, March 5, to accommodate the administration of the 2024 presidential primary election.

As a result, March 5 will be a school holiday for students and a virtual School Planning Day. Central offices and school offices will remain open. SACC will remain open, as it does on other professional work days.

Family Engagement Survey to Open March 3

FCPS is partnering with independent research firm K12 Insight to administer a Family Engagement Survey, which will be open from Sunday, March 3, to Friday, March 22. Your feedback is critical in helping FCPS to better recognize, understand, respect, and address family strengths and needs throughout the district. Survey topics include:

  • Welcoming environment
  • Communication
  • Student success
  • Advocacy
  • Family and school partnerships
  • Community partnerships

The survey will be available in English, Amharic, Arabic, Chinese, Farsi, Korean, Pashto, Spanish, Urdu, and Vietnamese. 

Parents/caregivers will receive the survey link via email from K12 Insight. A public link will also be posted on FCPS’ website. Paper surveys will be available in our front office. Please stay tuned for more information.

💭 Share Your Thoughts on Schoology

FCPS will be conducting voluntary, anonymous surveys on the use of Schoology from Monday, March 11, to Friday, March 22. Surveys will be delivered to elementary students (grades 3-6) through the Schoology App Center.

Student feedback will inform the school division’s use of Schoology and help improve its processes, communication, and professional learning for staff. FCPS’ Instructional Services Department will also be reaching out to families through focus groups. 

Please contact [email protected] if you have questions. 

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Sixth grade practices their volleyball skills ahead of the annual game against the teachers.  Will this be their year?

🩺 Career and Technical Education Courses Prepare Students for the Future

February is Career and Technical Education (CTE) Month. Hear from students how CTE courses and Academies are helping them explore and prepare for careers while still in high school. One student has earned more than 20 industry certifications in two years! 

Watch this video to learn more about opportunities in Fairfax County Public Schools’ CTE and Academy programs.

Chantilly High School Lacrosse Fundraiser Buy Native Plants!

Help the PTA grow our funds and plan native plants!

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Science Fair is March 19th!

Science Fair is Tuesday, March 19th. Deadline to sign-up is March 12th. FREE Tri-fold presentation boards will be sent home with students who sign-up. Questions? Email: [email protected]

Girls on the Run - Last Chance to Sign Up!

Participants will have fun, make friends, increase their physical activity, and learn important lessons to last a lifetime! Celebratory 5k even to end the season. Open to grades 3-6.

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Disclaimer: Opportunities offered by organizations other than Fairfax County Public Schools are neither sponsored nor endorsed by the Fairfax County School Board, the Superintendent, or a specific school. These opportunities may utilize technology tools that have not been assessed by the Fairfax County Public Schools Department of Information Technology. Students should gain permission from their parent or guardian before engaging in any non-FCPS enrichment opportunity and families should review the Terms of Service, User Agreements, and Privacy Policy for any technology platform that the enrichment opportunity may use before participating.

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Brookfield News and Notes 2/16/2024

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Upcoming Events February March News and Notes Third Grade Parent Coffee: Understanding the SEL Screener

When: Tuesday, February 27th, 8:00-9:00 a.m.

Where: Brookfield Cafeteria

Who: Parents and Guardians of 3rd Grade students

Please join us for a coffee & breakfast while learning more about the SEL (Social and Emotional Learning) Screener assessment your student will participate in during March.  Members of our Brookfield Wellness team will provide background information describing what the SEL Screener is, how to interpret your child’s assessment report, and share approaches we use at Brookfield to support students’ SEL development.  We look forward to seeing you and sharing in our learning partnership for our students. Please plan to stay for the entire event.

Questions? Contact Anthony Ramakis (Assistant Principal) [email protected]

More Information here - English- Spanish

First Grade Family Literacy Coffee

When: March 14, 8:00-9:30 a.m.

Where: Brookfield Cafeteria

Who: Parents and Guardians of 1st  grade students

Please join us for a coffee & breakfast while learning more about your first grade reader!  We will discuss what Reading instruction looks like in your child’s classroom as well as offer ideas for how you can support your child at home.  You will have an opportunity to visit your child’s classroom and try what you’ve learned with your child!  Please plan to stay for the entire event.

Questions? Contact Anna Lyn Copeland (Reading Specialist) [email protected]

🧸 Kindergarten Registration: It’s as Easy as 1-2-3…

There’s an easy five-step process for parents wanting to register their child for kindergarten:

  1. Determine eligibility. 
  2. Identify your local school. 
  3. Gather documents. 
  4. Fill out forms. 
  5. Schedule an appointment.

After the appointment at the school (the student and one caregiver must be present), the student will be ready for orientation, Bridge to Kindergarten, or any other introductory events each school may host. Read more about the registration process.

💻 Try Online Registration

Parents may register their children online for kindergarten through 12th grade. Learn how to begin the online registration process

When registering, parents will create (or log in to an existing) SIS ParentVUE account. Please note that passwords should be more than 12 characters long. If you have an existing account and your password is shorter, please update it when you log in.

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Goodies with Guardians was a great success!

Students designed love shields (above and below) in Wellness class with positive affirmations to show understanding of inner coach versus inner critic.

Fiscal Year 2025 Proposed Budget Focused on Educational Excellence and Competitive Compensation

At the last School Board meeting, Superintendent Dr. Michelle Reid proposed a budget for Fiscal Year (FY) 2025 that focuses on excellence and providing students an equitable education in an inclusive and respectful environment, where access, opportunity, and achievement are available to all. 

The budget also prioritizes competitive compensation to attract and retain a world-class workforce. 

The FY 2025 Proposed Budget totals $3.8 billion, an increase of $301.8 million, or 8.6%, over the FY 2024 Approved Budget. Nearly 86% of the budget is focused on instruction. Key highlights include:

  • Supporting students academically by maintaining existing class size formulas and providing necessary support to all students. 
  • Retaining and attracting world-class educators with a 6% market scale adjustment.
  • Strengthening student well-being outside of the classroom with expanded athletics offerings, additional athletic trainers, and enhanced stipends for fine and performing arts.
  • Continuing initiatives including expansion of inclusive preschool, adoption of green initiatives, and funding assistant director of student activities positions previously funded with ESSER III.

Special education daily contract extensions, funding for the safety and security screening program, and late buses to support academics and activities at middle schools are several of the priorities to be addressed at the end of FY 2024. 

The School Board is scheduled to adopt the Advertised Budget on Thursday, February 22. Read more about the proposed budget. Keep up with FCPS’ budget development process

Eating Disorder Parent Information

In 2013, Virginia passed a law requiring every school system to provide information to parents annually about eating disorders with parents/guardians of students in the fifth through twelfth grades. 

According to the National Eating Disorders Association (NEDA 2023),

Eating disorders are serious but treatable mental and physical illnesses that can affect people of all genders, ages, races, religions, ethnicities, sexual orientations, body shapes, and weights. In the United States, 28.8 million Americans will suffer from an eating disorder at some point in their lives.

There is no single cause of an eating disorder. Rather, it is a complex combination of biological, psychological, and sociocultural factors that converge and set off an individual’s predisposed genetic vulnerability.

In collaboration with the Fairfax County Health Department, FCPS has developed a web page with detailed information and resources about eating disorders.  To find out more, please visit the FCPS Eating Disorders website.

In addition to the information on the FCPS website, the National Eating Disorders Association has a toll free, confidential Helpline, 1-800-931-2237.

Help the PTA Sprout Success!

Brookfield PTA has partnered with Garden for Wildlife to offer native plants and raise funds!

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Science Fair is March 19th!

Science Fair is Tuesday, March 19th. Deadline to sign-up is March 12th. FREE Tri-fold presentation boards will be sent home with students who sign-up. Questions? Email: [email protected]

Girls on the Run - After School Program

Participants will have fun, make friends, increase their physical activity, and learn important lessons to last a lifetime! Celebratory 5k even to end the season. Open to grades 3-6.

Last Chance! - IlluminART

IlluminART is a 4 week class on Tuesdays beginning February 20th.

Signed up here: https://brookfield.memberhub.com/store/items/936121

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Brookfield News and Notes 2/09/2024

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Upcoming Events February News and Notes SCA Candy Grams

The SCA will be selling Candy Grams in the lobby Monday and Tuesday from 7:55-8:10 for 50 cents each. Students will bring purchased candy grams back to their classrooms to fill out. Please put any filled out hearts in Ms.Bourne or Dr. Zarybnisky’s mailboxes. Candy grams will be delivered on February 14 with a lollipop attached.

Goodies with Guardians

Guardians of Brookfield students are welcome to come in to share a breakfast goodie together with their student! There isn't a planned agenda...it's just a chance for us to spend some time together!

Please join us for our "Goodies with Guardians" event on Wednesday, February 14 from 7:30am - 8:00am in Brookfield's cafeteria.

We hope to see you there! 

🥁 Sign Up for FCPS Summer Camps

Registration is now open for several summer camps and learning opportunities offered by Fairfax County Public Schools for all students.

Career and Technical Education (CTE) camps and Institute for the Arts camps will be held in July at Lake Braddock Secondary School from 8:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Bus transportation will be available from select FCPS middle and high schools. 

Tech Adventure Camp is available for current grade K-5 students to explore STEAM, culinary, health, trades, and business and marketing areas. E-IFTA is a weekly arts camp for elementary students who love to sing, dance, act, perform, make, and create. Visit the E-IFTA webpage to register.

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The 2024 Chantilly 6th Grade Band Day was on Friday, January 26th at Franklin Middle School. If you look closely, you may see some faces that you recognize!

Learn About Science, Technology, and Arts Magnet Schools

Three FCPS elementary magnet schools provide programs that enhance learning in science, technology, and performing arts. 

If you are interested in sending your student to an elementary magnet school program, consider attending a school-based information night at Hunters Woods Elementary School, Bailey’s Primary Elementary School, or Bailey’s Upper Elementary School

Information nights will provide an opportunity to learn about individual school programs, student eligibility, the lottery process, and transportation.

Registration for the 2024-25 elementary magnet lottery is open Tuesday, March 5, through Friday, April 12. Get more information about the schools, their programs, and locations.

Tutor.com Teacher-Referred Tutoring

Through Schoology®, all FCPS students have 24/7 access to no-cost, year-round, on-demand, 1-to-1 tutoring services through Tutor.com.

A new Teacher-Referred Tutoring program feature provides targeted support and extends student learning. Teachers can now refer students for tutoring, with their specific needs already identified. Students can get extra support — on their own schedule — and reinforce their in-class learning.

Caregivers can guide students to access expert tutoring, homework help, and writing support by clicking on the Tutor.com icon in their Schoology portal—anytime, anywhere.

Plus, look for teachers’ tutoring session referrals on the Tutor.com homepage.

Sign Up for the Science Fair!

Science Fair is Tuesday, March 19th. Deadline to sign-up is March 12th. FREE Tri-fold presentation boards will be sent home with students who sign-up. Questions? Email: [email protected]

Grand Opening PTA Spirit Wear Sale!
  • Store Link: https://1stplace.sale/97239

  • Sale Dates: January 30th - February 13th

  • 25% off all merchandise

  • Free shipping on orders over $60

  • Use code: SPIRIT213 at checkout to receive the discounts

We will continue to offer Brookfield Spirit Wear shirts on BrookfieldPTA.org and at certain school events.

Girls on the Run!

Participants will have fun, make friends, increase their physical activity, and learn important lessons to last a lifetime! Celebratory 5k even to end the season. Open to grades 3-6.

After School Program - ART Class!

IlluminART is a 4 week class on Tuesdays beginning February 20th.

Signed up here: https://brookfield.memberhub.com/store/items/936121

Reminders Free Food Giveaway -Fresh Foods and Pantry Staples

The next monthly free food distribution held by a community partner will be Saturday, February 10th from 10:00a.m. - 12:00 p.m. while supplies last at Brookfield Elementary School.

Future dates:

  • March 9
  • April 13
  • May 11
  • June 8
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Brookfield News and Notes 2/02/2024

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Upcoming Events February Principal's Message

Dear Brookfield Families,

Can you believe we’ve reached the halfway point of our school year? Time goes quickly – and our students have learned so much! Thank you for your ongoing partnership. Students will be bringing home their progress reports on February 6th and this is a great time to reflect with your child. Here are a few questions you might ask:

  • What are you most proud of this quarter?
  • What are you excited to learn more about?
  • What is something funny that happened at school recently?
  • Who did you play with today?
  • What is one change you would like to see?

We’re excited to continue the work with each of you and look forward to seeing the many ways our students grow in the second half of the year!

Sincerely,

Ellen Mukai

Anthony Ramakis

Margaret Sisler

News and Notes Bingo at Brookfield Tonight!

Join the PTA tonight for BINGO at Brookfield! 6:15 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. This is a family event and all children must be accompanied by an adult at all times.

Goodies with Guardians

Guardians of Brookfield students are welcome to come in to share a breakfast goodie together with their student! There isn't a planned agenda...it's just a chance for us to spend some time together!

Please join us for our "Goodies with Guardians" event on Wednesday, February 14 from 7:30am - 8:00am in Brookfield's cafeteria.

We hope to see you there! 

Spirit Night Fundraiser at Chick fil A - Tuesday, February 6th Superintendent to Present FY 2025 Proposed Budget

Superintendent Dr. Michelle Reid will present the Fiscal Year (FY) 2025 Proposed Budget at the School Board meeting on Thursday, February 8, at 7:30 p.m. Dr. Reid’s presentation, as well as other budget documents, will be available after she presents to the board. 

View the meeting on FCPS Cable TV Channel 99 (Verizon Channel 11), the FCPS YouTube Channel, or the FCPS website. To watch School Board meetings dubbed in Spanish, please visit the FCPS en Español YouTube channel.

If you would like language interpretation or American Sign Language support for any School Board meeting, please contact the board clerk. Find your School Board member and how to contact them on the School Board Members webpage.

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Getting ready to start our day!

🚍 Here Comes the Bus

Want to know if your child's bus is on schedule or where the bus is? Here Comes the Bus® is an easy-to-use website and app that enables parents to see the location of their child’s school bus — almost in real time — on a smartphone, tablet, or personal computer. 

Parents can track multiple buses if their children don’t all ride the same bus; know exactly when children arrive at school or the bus stop; and receive customized text and/or email notifications about bus locations, schedule changes, or delays.

To get started, download the app from the Apple iOS or Android app store. Check out the Here Comes the Bus and Frequently Asked Questions webpages for more information.

Already using the Here Comes the Bus app? Send your feedback to [email protected].  

Note: eNotify text messaging will continue to be used for reporting bus delays and bus incidents.

Science Fair is March 19th!

Science Fair is Tuesday, March 19th. Deadline to sign-up is March 12th. FREE Tri-fold presentation boards will be sent home with students who sign-up. Questions? Email: [email protected]

Grand Opening PTA Spirit Wear Sale!
  • Store Link: https://1stplace.sale/97239

  • Sale Dates: January 30th - February 13th

  • 25% off all merchandise

  • Free shipping on orders over $60

  • Use code: SPIRIT213 at checkout to receive the discounts

We will continue to offer Brookfield Spirit Wear shirts on BrookfieldPTA.org and at certain school events.

Have No Fear Self-Care is Here!

The PTA is looking for donations of self-care items for our February 9th Staff Appreciation event. We are looking for donations of individual sized: Chapstick, Emergen C, hand lotion, bags of tea, Crystal Light/water mixers, mints, etc.

Donations can be brought to the school's front office or email [email protected] to schedule a pick-up or drop-off.

PTA Spring After School Programs

Individual program flyers and enrollment forms will be sent home in Tuesday folders. All programs are 3:15-4:15. Financial assistance is available.

Questions? Email: [email protected]

Girls on the Run - After School Program

Participants will have fun, make friends, increase their physical activity, and learn important lessons to last a lifetime! Celebratory 5k even to end the season. Open to grades 3-6.

IlluminART Starts February 20th!

IlluminART is a 4 week class on Tuesdays beginning February 20th.

Signed up here: https://brookfield.memberhub.com/store/items/936121

Fairfax County Public Schools does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, or age in its programs and activities and provides equal access to all clubs and activities.  

Disclaimer: Opportunities offered by organizations other than Fairfax County Public Schools are neither sponsored nor endorsed by the Fairfax County School Board, the Superintendent, or a specific school. These opportunities may utilize technology tools that have not been assessed by the Fairfax County Public Schools Department of Information Technology. Students should gain permission from their parent or guardian before engaging in any non-FCPS enrichment opportunity and families should review the Terms of Service, User Agreements, and Privacy Policy for any technology platform that the enrichment opportunity may use before participating.

Reminders Free Food Giveaway -Fresh Foods and Pantry Staples

The next monthly free food distribution held by a community partner will be Saturday, February 10th from 10:00a.m. - 12:00 p.m. while supplies last at Brookfield Elementary School.

Future dates:

  • March 9
  • April 13
  • May 11
  • June 8
Anti-Vaping and Tobacco Discussion - Chantilly High School

On February 15th, Chantilly Pyramid Substance Abuse Prevention Specialist, Stacey King, will be discussing the harms of tobacco and vaping among our teens. Chantilly PTSA is hosting this speaking engagement which will take place in the school library at 6:30 p.m. Light refreshments will be provided! 

To register, please click here: https://forms.gle/B9DGq3YZ4Ns75n3d7

Before the date of the event, please click the link below to take a brief survey so we can better address your concerns and questions. Note that this event is for people aged eighteen and older only.

 Survey: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/3R2NTRV

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Brookfield News and Notes 1/26/2024

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Upcoming Events February News and Notes Goodies with Guardians

Guardians of Brookfield students are welcome to come in to share a breakfast goodie together with their student! There isn't a planned agenda...it's just a chance for us to spend some time together!

Please join us for our "Goodies with Guardians" event on Wednesday, February 14 from 7:30am - 8:00am in Brookfield's cafeteria.

We hope to see you there! 

Anti-Vaping Campaign

The National PTA, and the Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids are committed to educating youth, parents, school boards and local officials about the dangers of e-cigarettes and other tobacco products. The Chantilly High School PTSA is running its own campaign beginning this February!

At our next general meeting on February 15th at 6:30 p.m. in the Chantilly High School library, we will host a guest speaker on the topic of tobacco use and vaping among our youth. Stacey King is a licensed clinical social worker and the substance abuse prevention specialist for the Chantilly Pyramid.

You must be 18 or older to attend. Ms. King will discuss the harms of tobacco use and vaping and will provide information about the latest trends in tobacco/vape use in our community. She will also talk about ways parents can initiate productive conversations with their children. There will be time for a question-and-answer session, and literature will be available in both English and Spanish. Light refreshments and student-provided childcare will be provided.

Register for this free event here  https://forms.gle/pJ6cb7u1LW4Pj9TD6

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Students welcomed the snow days but went right to work on Monday!

PTA Family Bingo Night

BINGO Night - Friday, February 2, 2024 from 6:15 p.m.-8:00 p.m. PRIZES - FOOD - FUN!

Volunteers needed! Sign up here!

PTA Science Fair!

Informational flyers and forms went home in Tuesday folders this week. Science Fair is Tuesday, March 19th. Deadline to sign-up is March 12th. FREE Tri-fold presentation boards will be sent home with students who sign-up. Questions? Email: [email protected]

After School Program - IlluminART

IlluminART is a 4 week class on Tuesdays beginning February 20th.

Signed up here: https://brookfield.memberhub.com/store/items/936121

PTA Staff Appreciation Event

The PTA is looking for donations of self-care items for our February 9th Staff Appreciation event. We are looking for donations of individual sized: Chapstick, Emergen C, hand lotion, bags of tea, Crystal Light/water mixers, mints, etc.

Donations can be brought to the school's front office or email [email protected] to schedule a pick-up or drop-off.

LAST CALL! PTA The Licorice Guy Fundraiser!

For the month of January the PTA will be selling The Licorice Guy licorice! Order forms came home in Tuesday folders this week. Orders can be placed using that form or by going to: https://brookfield.memberhub.com/store/items/976504

Fairfax County Public Schools does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, or age in its programs and activities and provides equal access to all clubs and activities.  

Disclaimer: Opportunities offered by organizations other than Fairfax County Public Schools are neither sponsored nor endorsed by the Fairfax County School Board, the Superintendent, or a specific school. These opportunities may utilize technology tools that have not been assessed by the Fairfax County Public Schools Department of Information Technology. Students should gain permission from their parent or guardian before engaging in any non-FCPS enrichment opportunity and families should review the Terms of Service, User Agreements, and Privacy Policy for any technology platform that the enrichment opportunity may use before participating.

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Brookfield News and Notes 1/19/2024

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Upcoming Events January News and Notes Reminder: Quarter End, Early Release

Thursday, January 25, is the last day of the quarter and a two-hour early release for students. Also, schools are closed for students on Friday, January 26, for a teacher work day. Progress reports will be sent home on Tuesday, February 6th.

Winter School Closings & Delays

The best way to know about any school closings or delays is to stay close to your phone or computer. FCPS sends out updates through eNotify emails and texts. You can also find alerts posted on the front page of www.fcps.edu

If there is a 2-hour delay, Brookfield will open its doors at 9:55 am. Please do NOT drop off your child or send them to walk to school before 9:45 am. Breakfast is not served, but lunch will be. 

Snow Days This Winter

For the current school year, FCPS will be returning to its previous procedure for snow days — there will be no virtual learning days when school is closed due to bad weather. 

During snow days, students may still access Tutor.com, complete any supplemental learning opportunities recommended by their teachers, and view educational programming (available virtually and on public access television channels):

Eleven snow days are built into the existing FCPS calendar. Eliminating virtual learning days will allow us to maximize students’ in-person learning and provide equitable access to instruction and student services.

Chantilly High School Drama Department Presents - Choose Your Oz Bronco Block

Third grade went on a field trip to the Air and Space Museum.  Above, Ms. Canavan's class poses for a picture.  Below, can you spot the same students hidden in the photo of the Lockheed SR-71 Blackbird?

What Families Can Do to Fight Drug Misuse

FCPS is committed to raising awareness about the opioid epidemic with our educators, parents/caregivers, and students. Together, we can help ensure our students thrive.

What can families do?

  • Show you disapprove of underage drinking and other drug misuse. More than 80% of young people ages 10-18 say their parents are the leading influence on their decision whether to drink. 
  • Show you care about your child’s health, wellness, and success. 
  • Show you are a good source of information about alcohol and other drugs. Find helpful resources on the FCPS Opioid Awareness webpage
  • Pay attention to your child and discourage risky behaviors. 
  • Build your child’s skills and strategies for avoiding drinking and drug use. Talk with your child about what they would do if faced with a decision about alcohol and drugs, such as texting a code word to a family member or practicing how they will say, “No thanks.”

Visit the FCPS website for more information.

The Licorice Guy PTA Fundraiser

For the month of January the PTA will be selling The Licorice Guy licorice! Order forms will go home in Tuesday folders next week. Orders can be placed using that form or by going to: https://brookfield.memberhub.com/store/items/976504

Or read the flyer to learn more!

Fairfax County Public Schools does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, or age in its programs and activities and provides equal access to all clubs and activities.  

Disclaimer: Opportunities offered by organizations other than Fairfax County Public Schools are neither sponsored nor endorsed by the Fairfax County School Board, the Superintendent, or a specific school. These opportunities may utilize technology tools that have not been assessed by the Fairfax County Public Schools Department of Information Technology. Students should gain permission from their parent or guardian before engaging in any non-FCPS enrichment opportunity and families should review the Terms of Service, User Agreements, and Privacy Policy for any technology platform that the enrichment opportunity may use before participating.

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Brookfield News and Notes 1/12/2024

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Upcoming Events January Schoolwide Attendance Update Today's Brookfield Student Attendance rate is 87.8%

As of today, students enrolled at the beginning of the school year that have missed 8 or fewer days of school are helping us get closer to meeting our Virginia Department of Education Attendance Rate goal. Thank you for making regular school attendance a priority!  As we enter the second half of the school year, it is more important than ever to make sure all our Broncos are in school every day ready to learn.  Research shows missing even 2 days each month can cause children to fall behind in their education and make it harder to learn to read.  This is the time of year when winter weather and illness can negatively impact student attendance. Here are some helpful tips to keep your child healthy and in good attendance standing as the weather gets colder in January:

  • Dress children warmly for the cold weather and make sure they’ve got warm jackets, hats, and gloves.
  • Encourage children to wash their hands regularly with soap and water at home and at school.
  • Have a consistent morning routine to start the day, and a consistent nighttime routine to get plenty of sleep each night.
  • Make sure children are eating healthy foods every day to keep up their energy and attention.

If you have questions about Attendance or supports available from Brookfield or FCPS, please contact Anthony Ramakis, Assistant Principal, at 703-814-8700

News and Notes Monday is the Martin Luther King JR. Day Holiday

As a reminder, schools and offices will be closed on Monday, January 15, for the Martin Luther King Jr. Day holiday. Learn more about Martin Luther King Jr. See the complete school year calendar.

📝 Tutor.com Can Help With More Than Homework

Tutor.com offers more than help with homework! This on-demand tutoring service also provides a comprehensive range of resources including exam prep for AP, SAT, and ACT tests at no cost to families. 

Students can take practice quizzes at any time. If they struggle in particular areas, they can immediately connect to a live tutor for help through voice or chat options. Learn more on the FCPS Tutor.com webpage.

Free Resources for Families

Did you know that caregivers can access free webinars, confidential consultations, a lending library, and resources to help adults support the success of all students, including those with learning challenges, special needs, and disabilities? 

Learn more about FCPS’ Family Resource Center (FRC).

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PTA Birthday books is a popular monthly activity!

Ms. Coffron and Ms. Carr deliver phonics lessons to students in small groups.

Brookfield's PTA Sponsored Winter After School Clubs - Closing Soon!

Enrollment is now OPEN for both programs. Financial Assistance is available - please email [email protected]

Last Call for Messes & Masterpieces! KidCreate Studio

Enrollment is now open at Brookfield.MemberHub.com.

Financial Assistance is available - please email [email protected]

Last Call for Overtime Athletics!

Enrollment is now open at https://otamanage.azurewebsites.net/office/nova.

Financial Assistance is available - please email [email protected]

The Licorice Guy PTA Fundraiser

For the month of January the PTA will be selling The Licorice Guy licorice! Order forms will go home in Tuesday folders next week. Orders can be placed using that form or by going to: https://brookfield.memberhub.com/store/items/976504

Or read the flyer to learn more!

Fairfax County Public Schools does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, or age in its programs and activities and provides equal access to all clubs and activities.  

Disclaimer: Opportunities offered by organizations other than Fairfax County Public Schools are neither sponsored nor endorsed by the Fairfax County School Board, the Superintendent, or a specific school. These opportunities may utilize technology tools that have not been assessed by the Fairfax County Public Schools Department of Information Technology. Students should gain permission from their parent or guardian before engaging in any non-FCPS enrichment opportunity and families should review the Terms of Service, User Agreements, and Privacy Policy for any technology platform that the enrichment opportunity may use before participating.

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Upcoming Events January News and Notes Franklin Middle School Curriculum Night for Families - January 17, 2024

Franklin Middle School will host an in-person curriculum night for families of rising 7th graders on January 17th, 2024

Families of rising 7th graders are invited to attend an introduction to middle school session from 6:00-6:45 pm in the gymnasium.  We will review course requirements and provide guidance on course selection for 7th graders. 

Families are then invited to attend the electives fair from 6:45-7:30 p.m.  Teachers and department chairs from each electives area will be present to answer questions about Franklin’s myriad of electives. 

We look forward to seeing you on January 17, 2024.

🗺️ Dual Language Immersion Program Registration

Registration for the countywide lottery for Dual Language Immersion (DLI) programs will open on Monday, January 22. Current pre-K students may apply for the kindergarten immersion program, and current kindergarten students may apply for the first grade immersion programs for the 2024-25 school year. Programs are available in French, German, Japanese, Korean, and Spanish. 

Parents/caregivers who are interested may want to attend an informational meeting. Meetings are held at the school site. Check the FCPS events calendar for the most current information. Meetings will begin on Tuesday, January 16

A virtual meeting hosted by the World Languages Office will include general program information. Access to this virtual meeting will be made available on the FCPS events calendar and the Dual Language Immersion registration site on the day of the meeting.

Get more information on the immersion program webpage and registration page. 

Safe Students, Safe Schools

Fairfax County Public Schools believes that academic success is built on the foundation of a safe learning environment. This includes physical safety, and mental health and wellness. 

FCPS has a comprehensive approach to safety that involves physical security measures, online monitoring by security staff, and crisis intervention support. The division has created the Safe Students, Safe Schools Brochure (PDF) to enhance your awareness of potential hazards and to equip you with practical tips for how you can help. Visit the FCPS website for more information. 

🔢 Help FCPS Reach 1 Million Minutes of Math

FCPS Family Math Week starts on Monday, January 8! Participate in games and stories online. FCPS is working toward a total of 1 million minutes logged by families. The event is free, with activities from ST Math geared toward students in grades K-6 and their families. 

Math Week offers families an opportunity to experience math, literacy, history, and geography in a fun and positive way. All content will be available for families in English and Spanish beginning Monday, January 8. Visit the Math Week website

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Just before the Winter Break, the Band and Strings students of Mrs. Ford and Mrs. Seipp entertained students with winter favorites!

Introducing Brookfield's PTA Sponsored Winter After School Clubs

Enrollment is now OPEN for both programs. Financial Assistance is available - please email [email protected]

 KidCreate Studio

Enrollment is now open at Brookfield.MemberHub.com.

Financial Assistance is available - please email [email protected]

Overtime Athletics

Enrollment is now open at https://otamanage.azurewebsites.net/office/nova.

Financial Assistance is available - please email [email protected]

The Licorice Guy PTA Fundraiser

For the month of January the PTA will be selling The Licorice Guy licorice! Order forms will go home in Tuesday folders next week. Orders can be placed using that form or by going to: https://brookfield.memberhub.com/store/items/976504

Or read the flyer to learn more!

The PTA is for Everyone!

Join the PTA by January 5, 2024 and you’ll be entered in a RAFFLE for a $10 Gift Card to Buffalo Wing Factory!

Fairfax County Public Schools does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, or age in its programs and activities and provides equal access to all clubs and activities.  

Disclaimer: Opportunities offered by organizations other than Fairfax County Public Schools are neither sponsored nor endorsed by the Fairfax County School Board, the Superintendent, or a specific school. These opportunities may utilize technology tools that have not been assessed by the Fairfax County Public Schools Department of Information Technology. Students should gain permission from their parent or guardian before engaging in any non-FCPS enrichment opportunity and families should review the Terms of Service, User Agreements, and Privacy Policy for any technology platform that the enrichment opportunity may use before participating.

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Upcoming Events December - January Principal's Message

It has been a wonderful week full of joyful moments where students ate delicious food, sang favorite winter tunes, searched for the Gingerbread Man, created gingerbread houses, and enjoyed a winter celebration with their classmates. Thanks so much for the many ways you helped support these special events – sharing time, attending musical performances, donating food or money for special class events and so much more! Our Broncos were delighted with this special treatment and had a great time celebrating the season with their teachers and friends!

We also want to thank the PTA for the delicious orange snacks they provided to our staff last week!  Thank you for the many ways you celebrate us - we are grateful! 

Winter Break begins next week and we hope this time away is all that you need and want it to be for your family.  Our teachers and staff will be spending time with loved ones and doing things that bring us joy.

See you in 2024!

Ellen Mukai, Principal

Anthony Ramakis, Assistant Principal

Margaret Sisler, Assistant Principal

News and Notes ⛄Student and Family Resources

Fairfax County Public Schools has compiled a list of resources for students and families in case they need assistance while schools are closed for winter break. Please visit our winter resources webpage for links to academic support; mental health support; and food, clothing, housing, and other county resources.

School’s Closed, Learning Can Continue! 

FCPS encourages students to take advantage of fun learning opportunities during winter break and snow days. Consider these winter activities to blend education and play for your students during winter break or weather-related school closures. 

Promoting Mental Wellness During Winter Break

Although mental health indicators have improved over the past year, Fairfax County Youth Survey (FCYS) data suggest that more than 25% of students in 8th to 12th grade feel sad or hopeless every day for two weeks or more in a row. The holidays can be a time to reduce stress, but they can also contribute to it. Here are some tips for making winter break a positive time for the young people in your life.

SIS ParentVUE and StudentVUE Down Time

ParentVUE and StudentVUE will experience downtime from Friday, December 15, at 5 p.m. through Wednesday, December 20, at 6 a.m. 

Grade Book progress reports will not be emailed to parents/guardians during winter break. Emails will resume on Tuesday, January 2, 2024. 

🔢 Virtual Math Week: Save the Date

Get ready for Virtual Math Week from Monday, January 8, through Friday, January 12. Save the date for a week filled with stories, games, and math activities, in English and Spanish, for families with students in kindergarten through eighth grade. 

This is a free experience designed to make math fun for the whole family. Learn more about FCPS Math Week.

Tech Youth Empowerment Workshop at the Chantilly Regional Library this Sunday

The robotics workshop will be hosted on Sunday, December 17th, from 3:00 to 5:15 pm in the Chantilly Regional Library Conference Room.

Students of all ages are welcome!  Please register here.

Chantilly Pyramid Basketball Night

January 3rd is a Varsity Basketball Double Headers at Chantilly High School.  We will be celebrating Pyramid Night and we welcome families from Brookfield Elementary to attend one or both games!

5:30 Girls Varsity vs. Stafford High School

7:30 Boys Varsity vs. Stafford High School

Varsity Sideline cheer will be at both games as well.

All Brookfield students get in free to the games with a paying adult. Wear school spirit gear or school colors!

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The Advanced Academics team has been busy this year hosting events on public speaking, robotics and  a Socratic seminar. 

Below, students in Young Scholars visit the National Building Museum where they built their own city!

Introducing Brookfield's PTA Sponsored Winter After School Clubs

Enrollment is now OPEN for both programs. Financial Assistance is available - please email [email protected]

 KidCreate Studio

Enrollment is now open at Brookfield.MemberHub.com.

Financial Assistance is available - please email [email protected]

Overtime Athletics

Enrollment is now open at https://otamanage.azurewebsites.net/office/nova.

Financial Assistance is available - please email [email protected]

The PTA is for Everyone!

Join the PTA by January 5, 2024 and you’ll be entered in a RAFFLE for a $10 Gift Card to Buffalo Wing Factory!

Fairfax County Public Schools does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, or age in its programs and activities and provides equal access to all clubs and activities.  

Disclaimer: Opportunities offered by organizations other than Fairfax County Public Schools are neither sponsored nor endorsed by the Fairfax County School Board, the Superintendent, or a specific school. These opportunities may utilize technology tools that have not been assessed by the Fairfax County Public Schools Department of Information Technology. Students should gain permission from their parent or guardian before engaging in any non-FCPS enrichment opportunity and families should review the Terms of Service, User Agreements, and Privacy Policy for any technology platform that the enrichment opportunity may use before participating.

Reminders Free Food Giveaway -Fresh Foods and Pantry Staples

The monthly free food distribution held by a community partner will be this Saturday, December 16th from 10:00a.m. - 12:00 p.m. while supplies last at Brookfield Elementary School.

Office Closed for Winter Break

Brookfield's Main Office will be closed through the Winter Break December 18th - January 1st and will reopen on Tuesday, January 2nd.  

We'll see you after the break!

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Upcoming Events December News and Notes Thank You for Supporting the PTA Winter Carnival

Thank you to all the families who came to support the Brookfield PTA and their amazing Winter Carnival.    

Our PTA did such amazing work planning another successful Winter Carnival!  Thank you to everyone who volunteered, including many middle and high school students. We are so proud of our former Broncos for coming to make the day an amazing success.

The Yearbook Committee is looking for photos to include in the yearbook. If you have a wonderful photo you would like to share, please use this link to share it with us!

Thank you so much, and we hope to see everyone at next year's Winter Carnival!

Congratulations to Brookfield's Outstanding Educator Winners!

Dear Brookfield Family,

Today we are excited to share the names of educators who were nominated for the FCPS Outstanding Employee Awards and the selected school winners who will represent us moving forward at the Chantilly Pyramid Level.

Please join us in congratulating each of these educators on their nomination!

Congratulations to Annmarie Biss (above), Outstanding Elementary Teacher, and  Amy Yoham (below), Outstanding Operational Employee.

Office Closed for Winter Break

Brookfield's Main Office will be closed through the Winter Break December 18th - January 1st and will reopen on Tuesday, January 2nd.  

We'll see you after the break!

Family Life Education: Grades 4, 5 and 6

During the week of December 11th – 15th, students in Grades 4, 5, and 6 will participate in Family Life Education (FLE) lessons.  For families who have opted their students out of these lessons, alternate lessons will be provided during this time.  If parents have questions regarding the FLE lessons and materials, you may contact Anthony Ramakis, Assistant Principal, at [email protected].

Staying Healthy

Cases of RSV, the flu, and other viruses often rise this time of year. It is important for students to wash their hands regularly and cover their coughs and sneezes. Please monitor your child’s health daily and keep them at home if they are sick. Visit FCPS' Health and Safety Guidance webpage for more tips.

Chantilly Pyramid Basketball Night

January 3rd is a Varsity Basketball Double Headers at Chantilly High School.  We will be celebrating Pyramid Night and we welcome families from Brookfield Elementary to attend one or both games!

5:30 Girls Varsity vs. Stafford High School

7:30 Boys Varsity vs. Stafford High School

Varsity Sideline cheer will be at both games as well.

All Brookfield students get in free to the games with a paying adult. Wear school spirit gear or school colors!

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Brookfield students and families enjoyed the Winter Carnival on Saturday!  Buddy the Bronco spent some quality time with Ms. Mukai and Mr. Ramakis.

Snow Days This Winter

For the current school year, FCPS will be returning to its previous procedure for snow days — there will be no virtual learning days when school is closed due to bad weather. 

During snow days, students may still access Tutor.com, complete any supplemental learning opportunities recommended by their teachers, and view educational programming (available virtually and on public access television channels):

Eleven snow days are built into the existing FCPS calendar. Eliminating virtual learning days will allow us to maximize students’ in-person learning and provide equitable access to instruction and student services.

🙋‍♂️ Attend Today, Achieve Tomorrow!

We often notice more empty seats in our classrooms as winter break approaches. This year, let's work together to nurture a rock-solid attendance habit. Every hour of every school day is a unique opportunity for students to learn, connect, and grow. 

A big thank you to:

  • 🌟 Students who show up every day and the parents/caregivers supporting them.
  • 👩‍🏫 Teachers who create a welcoming environment for learning.
  • 👨‍💼 Administrators providing a safe and engaging place to grow.
  • 👏 Bus drivers, support staff, and volunteers lending a helping hand to all our learners.

If you or your child need support, please reach out to our school social worker or family liaison. If your child is not feeling well, please refer to the When Should I Keep My Child Home? webpage for guidance. 

🍲 Food Insecurity Resources for Families

Food insecurity impacts more than 60,000 Fairfax County residents. There are many resources available to support those who need food assistance. Find out how to receive or offer support on the Fairfax County website, or view their Human Services Resource Guide for assistance with food, clothing, housing, and other services.

Introducing Brookfield's PTA Sponsored Winter After School Clubs

Enrollment is now OPEN for both programs. Financial Assistance is available - please email [email protected]

 KidCreate Studio

Enrollment is now open at Brookfield.MemberHub.com.

Financial Assistance is available - please email [email protected]

Overtime Athletics

Enrollment is now open at https://otamanage.azurewebsites.net/office/nova.

Financial Assistance is available - please email [email protected]

The PTA is for Everyone!

Join the PTA by January 5, 2024 and you’ll be entered in a RAFFLE for a $10 Gift Card to Buffalo Wing Factory!

Fairfax County Public Schools does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, or age in its programs and activities and provides equal access to all clubs and activities.  

Disclaimer: Opportunities offered by organizations other than Fairfax County Public Schools are neither sponsored nor endorsed by the Fairfax County School Board, the Superintendent, or a specific school. These opportunities may utilize technology tools that have not been assessed by the Fairfax County Public Schools Department of Information Technology. Students should gain permission from their parent or guardian before engaging in any non-FCPS enrichment opportunity and families should review the Terms of Service, User Agreements, and Privacy Policy for any technology platform that the enrichment opportunity may use before participating.

Reminder Screening & Identification for Full-Time Advanced Academic Programs (AAP)

Parents or guardians of students in grades 2-6 who would like their child to be screened for the Full-Time Advanced Academic Program may submit a referral form through December 15.  The AAP Full-Time (level IV) Referral Form and optional Parent/Guardian Questionnaire are available online at https://www.fcps.edu/academics/academic-overview/advanced-academic-programs-aap/advanced-academic-program-aap-forms.

For more information, please contact Sally Chadbourn ([email protected]) or Moonhee Doan ([email protected]).

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Upcoming Events December News and Notes SCA Spirit Days

Brookfield's Student Council Association has chosen our Spirit Days for this school year.  Please add these dates to your calendar!

It's Cold Outside

Winter is upon us! As the weather will continue to get colder, we would like to remind you that students are not permitted to enter the building until 7:55 a.m. There is no staff supervision before this time. Please do not drop off, or allow your student(s) to arrive at school earlier than 7:55am. Additionally, we kindly ask that your student is wearing appropriate winter gear for outdoor activities, as we do still have outside time during the winter months.

Thank you!

Social and Emotional Learning Screener Results Coming Soon

One of the ways FCPS supports the mental wellness of all students is through the Social and Emotional Learning (SEL) Screener. In October, students in grades 3-12 took this screener in October, which gives information about their skills such as achieving goals, handling emotions, building relationships with adults and peers, and making good choices. 

The screener also helps students evaluate their school community’s efforts to make them feel valued, included, and supported. Screener data is used to create learning, experiences, and environments for students to succeed.

In early December, families will be able to view student SEL Screener results in SIS ParentVUE. For families who do not have an active ParentVUE account, results will be sent by mail.

For more information about the screener please visit the Social-Emotional Learning (SEL) Screener webpage. For help understanding your child’s results or ideas to support them at home, review the Family Guide or contact your child’s school.

Kiss and Ride Safety

Please help us to keep all students and staff safe during arrival!  When you arrive at Brookfield to pick up and drop off your child during arrival and dismissal times, please be sure to use the Kiss & Ride loop.

As a reminder, there is no left turn when leaving the Kiss & Ride loop in the morning or afternoon. This ensures traffic keeps moving and all families are able to move through drop off quickly and safely.

If you are dropping off your student after 8:10 a.m., they must enter through Door 1 (front entrance) and check in as Tardy.

Screening & Identification for Full-Time Advanced Academic Programs

Parents or guardians of students in grades 2-6 who would like their child to be screened for the Full-Time Advanced Academic Program may submit a referral form through December 15.  The AAP Full-Time (level IV) Referral Form and optional Parent/Guardian Questionnaire are available online here. 

For more information, please contact Sally Chadbourn ([email protected]) or Moonhee Doan ([email protected]).

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Brookfield's pre-kindergarten students enjoy some time in the gym.

Girls on the Run ended the fall season with a 5k.

❄️ Preparing for Winter Weather

Winter weather will be here before you know it! Watch this video to see how weather-related closing decisions are made.

FCPS’ website is generally the first place where we will post an emergency weather closing. Other communication channels will be used as quickly as possible including email, text, social media, and news stations. Learn more about how schedule changes are communicated

Be sure to plan for the winter season. Make sure your contact information is up-to-date in SIS ParentVUE, bookmark the FCPS website, and plan for childcare if appropriate.

🌏 World Languages Offerings in Elementary Schools Survey

Fairfax County Public Schools is considering expansion of our Dual Language Immersion programs to include new languages and school sites, as well as an expansion of new languages for our Foreign Language in the Elementary Schools program.

Parents/caregivers, please share your thoughts about expanding World Languages elementary program offerings. An FCPS survey is available in English, Spanish, Arabic, Chinese, Korean, Urdu, and Vietnamese. It should take less than 10 minutes to complete, and all responses are anonymous. The survey is optional and will close on Friday, December 8.

Winterfest at Rocky Run Middle School

The Rocky Run National Junior Honor Society invites you to join us this Sunday, December 3rd from 10 a.m. – 12 p.m. for fun holiday themed crafts, games, refreshments, and face painting! No cost to attend, we just ask that you bring a toy to donate to our Toys for Tots collection drive.

Introducing Brookfield's PTA Sponsored Winter After School Clubs

Enrollment is now OPEN for all programs. Financial Assistance is available - please email [email protected]

 KidCreate Studio

Enrollment is now open at Brookfield.MemberHub.com.

Overtime Athletics

Enrollment is now open at https://otamanage.azurewebsites.net/office/nova.

PTA Spirit Wear - Hoodie Pre-Order

Paper order forms were sent home in Tuesday Folders.

PTA Winter Clothing Drive

 

Donations can be dropped off in Brookfield's main office.

Fairfax County Public Schools does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, or age in its programs and activities and provides equal access to all clubs and activities.  

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Come Kick Off The Season With Our Brookfield Community! The Brookfield PTA is proud to present our Winter Carnival! Saturday December 2, 11;00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.

Tasty food
Pizza and Chick-fil-A will be available at the carnival! You can also enjoy our offerings of popcorn, treats, and more!

Winter Coat Closet
Find “new” coats, gloves, hats, etc. The donated items are available to all Brookfield families free of charge on a first come, first served basis.

Games and Prizes
Play games and collect tickets for prizes! Tickets for the activities are $0.25 each, or you can purchase an unlimited play wristband for $20 that includes face-painting from our friends at Not Just Dance, and a treat.

Cupcakes & Stuffed Animals Needed
We are looking for new or gently used stuffed animals for our toy walk. Stuffed Animals can be dropped off in the office in the next few weeks.

Entertainment & Demos
Enjoy special performances and demos from HighKicks Taekwondo, Fairfax Fencers, and Brookfield’s own Choir and Band, and more! You can also get your photo taken with Santa and Buddy the Bronco!

Help Wanted!
We are looking for volunteers to help make our carnival a success. Lunch will be provided for those that sign up for the full day - 10:00 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Please sign up here: https://tinyurl.com/wintercarnival23

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Upcoming Events November December
  • 2 - Winter Carnival
Principal's Message

Dear Brookfield Families,

Second quarter is off to an amazing start and kindness was our theme for the week. Our PTA designed a schoolwide challenge for students, encouraging them to smile, help their friends, and give hugs. Teachers and staff felt the love all week, and were delighted with the caramel apple bar provided by our parent community – everything was so delicious!  Thank you!

November is the season of gratitude, and we find ourselves grateful for our opportunity to serve such an amazing network of people. Brookfield has a supportive parent community and PTA whose mission is to build an inclusive atmosphere. We have an incredible staff dedicated to our children’s academic and social wellbeing. Most of all, we are thankful for Brookfield’s students, whose smiles and desire to learn inspire our hearts each and every day.

May you have a safe and joy filled Thanksgiving and know we are grateful to work alongside you and the Brookfield community.

Sincerely,

Ellen Mukai

Anthony Ramakis

Margaret Sisler

News and Notes Thanksgiving Break

As a reminder, schools and offices will be closed November 22-24. Have a safe and happy Thanksgiving! Classes will resume on Monday, November 27.

Staying Healthy This Cold/Flu Season

Cases of RSV, the flu, and other viruses often rise this time of year. It is important for students to wash their hands regularly and cover their coughs and sneezes. Please monitor your child’s health daily and keep them at home if they are sick. Visit FCPS' Health and Safety Guidance webpage for more tips.

Community Review of Elementary ELA Basal Instructional Resources

A community review of the VDOE-approved Cycle II core instructional materials is scheduled from November 15, 2023, until noon on December 15, 2023. As part of the public review process, an open house has been scheduled during this period to allow community members to ask questions to members of the Elementary Language Arts team. 

Digital materials for public review and comment will be available on the Elementary Language Arts Basal Resource Review website.

Hard copies of instructional materials will be available for review at:

Pimmit Hills Center, Room 207 7510 Lisle Avenue Falls Church, VA 22043  

Materials may be reviewed at Pimmit Hills Center Monday - Thursday from 9:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. Visitors should enter through door #4 and check in at the main office or with the building coordinator on duty. 

An open house with representatives from the Elementary Language Arts team will be held on Friday, December 1, 2023, from 4:00 - 8:00 p.m. and Saturday, December 2, 2023, from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.  

All community feedback will be shared with the review committee and with School Board members before the vote at the School Board regular meeting.

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Lunchtime!

First meeting of the 23-24 Student Council

Students made calming jars at our Wellness Night event.

Fourth and fifth grade students learn concepts related to watershed and native plants with local experts.

🙋 Student Attendance and Engagement

During the Academic Matters segment of the November 9 School Board meeting, Superintendent Dr. Michelle Reid discussed student attendance and engagement. Attendance and absenteeism rates are one measure for Goal 2 of our 2023-30 Strategic Plan

Chronic absenteeism — which is defined as a student missing 10% or more of school for any reason — is a concern across Virginia school districts. Although FCPS continues to outperform the state average in attendance rates, we are tracking chronic absenteeism closely.

Data shows that:

  • Missing just 10% of school — just two days a month — negatively affects a student’s academic performance. 
  • Only 17% of students who were chronically absent in both kindergarten and first grade were reading proficiently in third grade, compared to 64% of those with good attendance.
  • Students who fail to read at grade level by the end of third grade are four times more likely than students who achieve proficiency to drop out of high school.
  • By sixth grade, chronic absenteeism becomes a leading indicator that a student will drop out of high school.

Attendance is critical for academic success!

Missing School Over the Holidays

Looking ahead to the holiday season, if missing school is unavoidable, please speak with your child’s teachers in advance to create a plan for making up missed work. However, a homework packet cannot make up for the interaction and learning that happens in the classroom.

Visit FCPS’ website for more attendance resources.

Introducing Brookfield's PTA Sponsored Winter After School Clubs

Enrollment is now OPEN for all programs. Financial Assistance is available - please email [email protected]

 KidCreate Studio

Enrollment is now open at Brookfield.MemberHub.com.

Overtime Athletics

Enrollment is now open at https://otamanage.azurewebsites.net/office/nova.

Bronco Fun Run Final Standings!

Thanks to everyone's hard work and fundraising, we were able to exceed our goal of $15,000 and raise $19,250! All donations go to the PTA's continued support of Brookfield's students, teachers and staff.

Class and student specific prizes will be announced at school.

Thank you!

Brookfield Elementary School PTA

PTA Spirit Wear - Hoodie Pre-Order

Paper order forms were sent home in student's Tuesday Folders.

PTA Winter Clothing Drive

 

Donations can be dropped off in Brookfield's main office.

Fairfax County Public Schools does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, or age in its programs and activities and provides equal access to all clubs and activities.  

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Come Kick Off The Season With Our Brookfield Community! The Brookfield PTA is proud to present our Winter Carnival! Saturday December 2, 11;00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.

Tasty food
Pizza and Chick-fil-A will be available at the carnival! You can also enjoy our offerings of popcorn, treats, and more!

Winter Coat Closet
Find “new” coats, gloves, hats, etc. The donated items are available to all Brookfield families free of charge on a first come, first served basis.

Games and Prizes
Play games and collect tickets for prizes! Tickets for the activities are $0.25 each, or you can purchase an unlimited play wristband for $20 that includes face-painting from our friends at Not Just Dance, and a treat.

Cupcakes & Stuffed Animals Needed
We are looking for new or gently used stuffed animals for our toy walk. Stuffed Animals can be dropped off in the office in the next few weeks.

Entertainment & Demos
Enjoy special performances and demos from HighKicks Taekwondo, Fairfax Fencers, and Brookfield’s own Choir and Band, and more! You can also get your photo taken with Santa and Buddy the Bronco!

Help Wanted!
We are looking for volunteers to help make our carnival a success. Lunch will be provided for those that sign up for the full day - 10:00 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Please sign up here: https://tinyurl.com/wintercarnival23

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Brookfield News and Notes 11/10/2023

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Upcoming Events November
  • 13-14 - Brookfield Spirit Night at Paisano's
  • 15 -PTA Meeting and Wellness Workshop
  • 22-24 - Thanksgiving Holiday
Principal's Message

Dear Brookfield Families,

We have had a fabulous first quarter! There is much to celebrate, and we encourage you to ask your child what they are most proud of accomplishing.  We also want to recognize the incredible work of our teachers and staff. They make Brookfield a wonderful place to learn and grow.

We were delighted to host many of you for parent conferences last week. As parent conferences continue, we request that you bring your hopes and dreams regarding your child’s education to share with their teacher. We care so much for your children and hope to continue to build partnerships with you to support their growth and development.

Next Wednesday (11/15/23) is our second PTA meeting of the year. We’re offering a parent workshop on Student Wellness and the Zones of Regulation (details below) prior to the meeting. We hope you will come and learn more about all the great things happening at our school!

Hope to see you soon,

Ellen Mukai

Anthony Ramakis

Margaret Sisler

News and Notes Educate Fairfax Announces Brookfield Art Program as Grant Winner

Congratulations to Brookfield’s art teachers, Ms. McKay and Ms. Gong, who submitted a grant proposal that was awarded by Educate Fairfax.

The proposal’s goal is to teach Brookfield’s students about art-related careers from experts working in their field. Students will initiate a pen pal exchange with artists to learn about their work. At the end of the school year, students will create an art piece inspired by what they learned from this exchange. We are very excited to see the ways this proposal inspires our students – now and in the future.

Congratulations, again, to our art teachers!

Join us for a Wellness Workshop!

Join us on November 15th at 6:30 P.M. for an interactive experience to learn more about Wellness supports at Brookfield including the Zones of Regulation, Calm Corners, Wellness and Brain Lab!  PTA meeting to follow.

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Learn More about the Workshop Activities

Attend Today, Achieve Tomorrow!

Regarding student attendance, we are seeing an increase in children being out of school for multiple days and weeks at a time. While we understand that our students have families that live all over the world, we also know that the impact on your child's learning is significant when they are not in school. There is no amount of reading, writing, or math that will make up for core instruction that is missed each day during their absence. As the holidays approach, it is important that you know we will be teaching and assessing students through the last day before the Thanksgiving holiday and Winter Break.  

Please be sure your child attends school every day this holiday season so your child is not in a position where they will need to catch-up on assignments and learning time missed. Our priority will always be your child's academic, social, and emotional success in school, and their daily attendance in class every day makes a big difference.

Thank you for all you do to prioritize your child's education in our partnership. We appreciate you!

Thank You Voters! 2023 School Bond Referendum Passed

Thank you to the Fairfax citizens who supported the 2023 Bond Referendum. Some of the money from the bond vote is expected to fund the next phase of our school’s construction project. 

Roughly 67% of those voting in the 2023 election supported the $435 million bond referendum, continuing a long history of support of school bond approvals in Fairfax County. 

Stay engaged as we build our future. Keep up-to-date on construction and capital improvements across FCPS by visiting our Capital Improvement Project webpage. 

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Mrs. Zarybnisky’s fifth grade classroom is visited by her husband, Colonel Zarybnisky, in a Veterans Day event that was live streamed to the whole school.

Brookfield's band is working hard on their Winter Concert!

Reminder:  Window for Full-time AAP Referrals Closes on December 15, 2023

Parents/guardians of students in Grades 2-7 who would like their student to be considered for full-time advanced academic programs may submit the AAP Full-Time (Level IV) Referral Form to Moonhee Doan ([email protected]) or Sally Chadbourn ([email protected]) no later than December 15, 2023

The window for families to submit a referral for full-time AAP services is the first day of school through December 15, annually.  Forms for full-time and part-time referrals are available on the AAP Forms Page. No late referrals for Full-Time AAP services will be accepted. 

For more information, please visit the Advanced Academic Programs website.

Brookfield Spirit Night at Paisano's New Brookfield PTA Spirit Shirts are now available!

Orders placed online will be delivered to teacher's mailboxes.

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Awesome to the Core! Donations Needed.

Brookfield Elementary School PTA is asking for donations to Education Professionals' Day on November 16th. We are planning an apple themed snack table for the staff lounge.

If you can donate new, unopened containers of:

  • Caramel Sause (squeeze bottle)
  • Chocolate Sauce
  • White Chocolate
  • Mini Marshmallows
  • Chocolate Chips
  • M&Ms
  • Graham Crackers
  • Pretzels
  • Sprinkles
  • Nutella
  • Apples

Please email [email protected] to coordinate pick-up or drop off of donations.

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News and Notes

As a Title 1 school, Brookfield Elementary uses its additional funding to support both reading and math instruction. We've hired specialists in these areas to meet with students, provide interventions and provide professional learning for teachers. Below is information about what the Title 1 program is and what parents' rights are.

Brookfield Elementary Title 1 Information 2023-2024

Title I is the nation’s largest assistance program for schools. It provides funding to supplement educational opportunities for children who are most at risk and increasing student achievement in schools selected on the basis of the economic level of families. The primary focus is to ensure student access to  provide all children significant opportunities to receive a fair, equitable, and high-quality education, and to close educational achievement gaps 

The Purpose of Title I is to improve student achievement through: 

  • Effective Instruction 
  • Professional Development 
  • Family Involvement 
How are schools selected for Title I? 
  • FCPS leadership ranks schools in accordance with federal program guidelines 
  • Schools are identified for Title I funds based on the percentage (55% or higher) of students eligible for free or reduced-price meals (or Schools are identified for Title I funds annually based on their percentage of students eligible for free or reduced-price meals). 
  • There are 42 FCPS Title I schools (FCPS Title I Schools)
What are the requirements of Title I schools? 
  • Conduct an Annual Comprehensive Needs Assessment 
  • Develop a schoolwide plan to address their community’s unique needs
  • Conduct a Title I Annual Parent Meeting 
  • Develop a Family Engagement School Policy and Compact 
  • Provide Right to Know notification to Parents of their rights 
  • Provide information regarding the district’s hiring of Highly Qualified Staff 
  • Communicate Student Progress and Achievement 
  • Implement effective Parent and Family Engagement Strategies 
  • Distribute Title Parent Survey yearly to solicit feedback on parenting programs and initiatives. 
How can Title I money be used? 

FCPS and Title I schools use funds to implement a program that meets the needs of ALL students. Title I money can be used to: 

  • Provide after school or summer school programs 
  • Hiring of staff and Resource teachers
  • Professional Development of teachers or other staff 
  • Buy equipment and learning materials 
  • Strategies to implement effective parent and family engagement 
  • Pay for transportation and child care to offer parental meetings at various times 
What are my rights as a Title I parent? 
  • Parents have the right to be involved in the development and implementation of the family engagement plan 
  • Parents have the right to ask about credentials of teachers and instructional assistants in their child’s classroom. 
  • Parents have the right to ask about Title I services with information on the following: 1) Title I programs; 2) the school’s curriculum; 3) assessment measures; and 4) their children’s proficiency level. 
How can parents be involved at schools? 
  • Attend Open House/Annual Title Meeting 
  • Attend Parent/Teacher Conferences 
  • Participate in workshops/informational meetings 
  • Participate in the review process for required documentation by giving feedback regarding, Family Engagement School Policy and Compact 
  • Join any school-wide committee, such as PTA, TPAC, etc. 
  • Participate in field trips, class activities/projects, or volunteer programs
  • Complete Title I Parent Surveys 
  • Volunteer in child’s classroom 
  • Provide feedback to administration 
What can parents do to support their child ? 
  • Review upcoming assignments and test dates with your student. 
  • Ask your student questions and maintain open lines of communication with their teachers. 
  • Provide a place and time at home for homework 
  • Talk each day with your child about his/her activities 
  • Promote literacy by reading to your child 
  • Provide activities that enrich and relate mathematics to daily life 
  • Attend parent-teacher conferences, Open House and Back-To-School events 
  • Participate in decisions that affect your child’s education
How can I learn more about Title 1 in FCPS?

You can visit the FCPS website here. 

Parents' Rights at a Title 1 School

Brookfield Elementary is a school receiving federal Title I grant funds under the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) of  2015. As part of the federal guidelines for Title I, your child’s school has specific expectations for student performance and teacher qualifications. You can find information on how your child’s school is meeting these  expectations by viewing the http://schoolquality.virginia.gov/.To access your school’s profile, type Brookfield  in the search field. If you would like a paper copy of this profile, please call the school at 703-814-8700.

ESSA allows parents in schools receiving Title I grant funds to ask for information about state and local policies  regarding student participation in required tests and about parents’ rights to refuse testing for their children. Information about required tests at each grade level can be located at https://www.fcps.edu/about-fcps/performance-and-accountability/student-tests-and-assessments Information about parents’ rights related to testing can be located at https://www.fcps.edu/student-tests-and-assessments/assessment-information

Additionally, ESSA allows parents in schools receiving Title I grant funds to ask for certain information about their  children’s teachers. Parents may ask for the teacher’s: 

  • College and graduate school preparation, including degrees and major fields of study for each degree
  •  Licensure status, including subject and grade level endorsements, and whether those licenses meet the  requirements for teachers of their child’s subject or grade level. 

Parents may also ask for information about the qualifications of any instructional assistants who provide services to  their children. 

If you would like to receive any of this information about your child’s teacher or instructional assistant, please write  to the FCPS Human Resources Licensure Office at the address below. In order for your request to be fulfilled,  you must include: your child’s full name, the name of your child’s school, and the name of the teacher or  instructional assistant about whom you would like information. Here is the address:

Fairfax County Public Schools   

Human Resources Licensure Office  

8115 Gatehouse Road 

Falls Church, VA 22042 

More information about the Title I grant in FCPS can be found at https://www.fcps.edu/about-fcps/performance-and-accountability/title-i , including details about teacher quality in schools receiving Title I grant funds (found under the  “High Quality Staff in Title I Schools” link). If you have questions about how the Title I grant supports Brookfield, please contact Ms. Mukai.

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