Daily Announcements

     
Brockman students recently collected 1,042 lbs. of food for the 2014
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Food Drive.
That is an average of more than
3 lbs. of food per student!
Way to go Brockman!


Brockman is now a
SC BREATHEBETTER School
Breathe Better is an anti-idling/clean air campaign. The goal is to protect the health of children by reducing harmful vehicle emissions around school campuses.

Please click here for more information.
B2_flyer_for-parents.pdf


Congratulations to Mrs. Curtis, our Wellness Committee, and all Brockman staff, parents, and students for being recognized by the Alliance for a Healthier Generation as one of 267 U.S. schools striving to make a difference in healthy eating and physical activity habits in students' lives. Mrs. Curtis recently attended the forum and award ceremony in Little Rock, Arkansas, where former President Bill Clinton gave the speech honoring the schools.Way to go Brockman!




Brockman is a recipient of the
2013 Bronze Award
for the Alliance for a
Healthier Generation
Healthy Schools Program.
This is a national recognition award
for creating a healthy school
environment that promotes
physical activity and healthy
eating among students and staff.
Way to go Brockman!




Please visit our Green Team page for more information about Green Steps.  

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From the Principal

Eunice C. Williams
 
Thank you for your interest in Brockman!
 
Brockman is a full choice, public Montessori school. While adhering to, meeting and exceeding all state requirements, our school follows the Montessori philosophy and methodology for educating children. We believe that, through proper guidance and a prepared environment, children learn best when we meet their individual needs and allow them to explore their own individual interests. Our focus is on the individual child and helping them achieve all that they are capable of achieving while they are a part of our school. Our classrooms are multi-graded, grades K3-K5, 1st-3rd grades and 4th-5th grades. These classrooms set the stage for a sense of camaraderie and support throughout our school. Our peace and character education program focuses on self-reliance, self-responsibility, mutual respect, care for one's self and care for the environment. We are very proud of our school and all that we are able to provide our students! Please feel free to come by for a visit! We look forward to meeting you!
 
Dr. Eunice C. Williams, Principal

News and Events

District Accreditation Parent Survey

In order to determine how Richland One is meeting its mission, parents are invited to participate in a survey.

To complete the survey, go to
http://www.advanc-ed.org/survey/public/8739232
 

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Upcoming Events

Tuesday, September 23
PICTURE DAY

Weather

Today, 7/31/2014
High: 88 Low: 68
Slight chance thunderstorms
21% chance of precipitation.
Tomorrow, 8/1/2014
High: 83 Low: 68
Chance thunderstorms
45% chance of precipitation.