The Brentwood Union School District will provide an exemplary education to all children in a safe, student-centered environment designed to nurture the whole child and partner with families to prepare globally productive citizens.
EHMS Street Smarts
AMS Ice Bucket Challenge
Garin School "Respect"
Garin's Monthly Honor Board
Bristow's Kids Against Hunger
Over 100 students from Bristow Middle School donated $15 each and created 15,000 packages of food for children in Kenya. Students worked from 1:00-3:30pm (after school) Wednesday under the direction of teacher, Mrs. Gina Terry. Great Effort for a Great Cause!
BMS Productions says Thank You!
BUSD Librarians at the BN Book Fair
EHMS 1st Quarter Sports
1st Quarter Sports are underway at all three middle schools. Boy's volleyball, wrestling and girl's softball seasons have started. Get out and root on your favorite teams.
Reading Wonders at MCB
Bristow MS #icanhelp
Bristow Middle School students are excited about the #icanhelp message to delete negativity on social media. Each middle school has held an assembly for students to share this important message.
AMS Walk to School Wednesday
Award Winning Savings
Brentwood lead energy conservation teacher, Derrick Bullington and Board President Heather Partida pose with a check acknowledging over a half million dollars in savings over the past 30 months. The savings were generated through energy conservation efforts led by Mr. Bullington, school district employees and Cenergistic.
Thank You Mothers of Brentwood!
The Mothers of Brentwood (MOB) recently held its tenth annual Backpack Drive, providing 144 backpacks and school supplies for children in need in the Brentwood Union School District. Those interested in meeting new moms, participating in playgroups and other fun events, and in joining the MOB are invited to visit www.mothersofbrentwood.com. The district is very grateful for the MOB's continued support of our students!
How Does Your Garden Grow?
First grade students from Garin School perform, How Does Your Garden Grow? Each student has a singing or speaking part and parents enjoy watching their students light up the stage!
Surviving Social Media
If you missed the panel discussion related to social media and middle school students, it is not too late to hear this important information. The following link with allow you to watch the discussion: http://vimeo.com/95879738
MCB Elementary Hosts Multicultural Event
Students from Mary Casey Black Elementary pictured following their first Multicultural fashion show event! The clothes were beautiful and the food was delicious! This event was sponsored by the ELAC parents.
Adams MS - Pennies for Patients
Adams Middle School students raised $1,643 for Pennies for Patients this quarter!
Colonial Day at Pioneer
Ms. Zanotto's and Ms. Tognolini's students hosted Colonial Day at Pioneer School on April 29th. These 5th grade students gave tours teaching younger students how life was different during colonial times.
Krey Student Wins Nationwide Contest!
Sharon Robinson, Daughter of Jackie Robinson, met with Krey Elementary Students on April 30th to celebrate 5th grader Raymond Beasley. Raymond won a nationwide Major League Baseball Essay Contest. Raymond and his family will be guests at the 2014 All-Star Game in Minneappolis.
Way to go Raymond!
Raymond's essay was selected from 19,000 essays describing how students in 4th-8th grades triumphed through barriers in their own life.
Marsh Creek Students - Pioneer Day
Marsh Creek Elementary Students dressed and ready to enjoy Pioneer Day!
Brentwood State Odyssey Champions
Students from Brentwood Elementary are Odyssey of the Mind State Champions! Next stop, Iowa to compete in the World competition. Great job!
Congratulations to the AMS Band!
Congratulations to the AMS Band, under the direction of Lindsay Kellogg, who performed at Disneyland over the March Break!
RN Participates in National History Day
Looking for Internet Safety Tips?
Are you looking for additional online safety tips for your student? The Brentwood Police Department suggests you refer to: http://www.netsmartz.org/Parents.