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Brookfield Academy Troy Campus held a Denim Day to support the Shriner’s Children’s Hospitals on Friday. Members of the Shriner’s organizations came to visit and talked to the children about the services the hospitals provide. We raised a total of $1270.00!
Way to go Brookfield Academy students, staff and families!
This past week the students at Brookfield Academy – Troy campus stared a video news project.
Each day students will be preparing and taping the school news. This will then be shared with classroom and parents.
Click the link below to see the past videos.
Brookfield Academy is pleased to announce the introduction of our new Online Payment Solution—a secure online web portal accessed via the Family Information Center.
With the new Online Payment Solution, you can:
Visit http://familyinfocenter.brighthorizons.com to register for online payments today!
Coffee with the Principal Dates for November: Elementary will be on Thursday, November 20th and pre-primary will be on Friday, November 21st.
Coat and Winter Apparel Drive: We will be holding a new Winter coat, hats and mitten or glove drive. We will be donating to the Flagship Charter Academy in Detroit. Mrs. Johnson (the previous music teacher) is the reading specialist at this school. She contacted me and asked for our help. She said a great number of children at her school don’t have any winter gear. She said it is shocking and heartbreaking to see these students walk outside without some of the most basic things they need for the weather. I am excited for Brookfield to be able to help out in this effort! Any winter apparel size 5 up to a youth size 16 would be greatly appreciated. We will be running this until Monday, December 8th. Thank you in advance for your generosity.
Chick Moorman Presents:
The Only Three Discipline Strategies You Will Ever Need
Yes, there are only three discipline strategies you will ever need. They will help you:
• Eliminate whining, back talk, and procrastination.
• Gain cooperation without nagging or yelling.
• Hold children accountable without wounding their spirit.
• Communicate anger in a respectful way.
• Design consequences that are reasonable, respectful, and related to the misbehavior.
The three skill-based strategies presented in this seminar are:
• The One-Minute Behavior Modifier,
• The Dynamic Discipline Equation, and
• The Positive Anger Explosion.
They are practical techniques that parents and teachers can put to use immediately.
Please join us on Wednesday, October 1st from 6:30 – 9:00 for some great information about discipline and parenting strategies.
Space is limited so please don’t let this super opportunity pass you by. Please RSVP, with your name and number of seats desired, to email@example.com or call 248-689-9565 to sign up, on or before September 26th to reserve your seat.
I am looking forward to seeing you there.
Brookfield Academy – Troy Campus
Summer is coming and that means lots of outdoor activities. In order to protect children from insect bites and harmful UV rays we ask that parents fill out the Sunscreen and Insect Repellent Permission Slip.
A reminder that we are now accepting re-enrollment from our current families, and Open Enrollment for newcomers! In order to have a space reserved for your child in the 2014-2015 School Year, we will need your Registration Form and Deposit as soon as possible. Hope to see you soon!
We must have signed Authorization forms for any and all medications given to your child at school.Over-the-Counter medications must be sent in the original container bearing dosing directions, along with your signed form. Prescription medications require the Dr.’s office to Fax us with the instructions for dosing.
Any medications you send to school must be brought into the Office, and NOT sent with your child or placed in your child’s book bag. Please be sure any medications are within the Expiration date shown on the package.
REMEMBER: Children running a fever of 100-degrees or higher will be sent home. Children experiencing vomiting or diarrea will be sent home. Your child must be free of all symptoms for 24-hours before returning to school. All contagious illness in the building will be reported to parents via email.
Please remember that you will be required to have background clearance from the Department of Human Services as well as through Sterling, our National clearance service in order to be allowed to accompany children on Field Trips or in any Volunteer capacity.
DHS clearance is free of charge and may be done at any local DHS office in your area.
Sterling background checks are $35, and upon your completion of the Sterling forms, will be done by me at the school office. Please make checks payable to Brookfield Academy. If you need to pick up the form for this service, please stop in and see me.