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 Ultimate Frisbee
The Edna Hill Ultimate Frisbee team competed for the first time in the California Middle School Championship Series held in Pleasanton. The team went 2-2 for the day. Everyone had a great time. They are already planning for next year!
Library Chromebook Partnership
BUSD Board President, Emil Geddes delivers ten new Chromebooks to Liz Fuller, Senior Community Library Manager at the Brentwood Library. These devices will provide additional technology access to students.
Building Community at Garin
PES Student travel to the Colonial Days
LV 4th Graders Go To Sutter's Fort
BMS Wind Ensemble in Sacramento
American History Through Time at Garin
Hawks Second Grade Weather Report
Second grade students from Marsh Creek Elementary School learned about extreme weather for their research project. They got to be newscasters reporting extreme weather. Great job HAWKS!
Thank you to Bristow Productions for recording and making DVD's of their broadcasts.
BMS Advisory Quiz Show
MCB Author's Celebration
Marsh Creek is Going Bananas for Books!
MCB Hosts Multicultural Event
Bandapalooza at BMS
2015-2016 Transitional Kindergarten
Transitional kindergarten (TK) is the first year of a two year kindergarten program that uses a modified kindergarten curriculum which is age and developmentally appropriate.
The TK program is designed as a bridge between preschool and kindergarten for children turning 5 years old between September 2nd and December 2nd.
TK will be offered at ALL school sites for the 2015-2016 school year.
Visit your resident school site to register today!
More information is available at www.brentwood.k12.ca.us/stuserv
BMS Participates in Music in the Parks
"Congratulations to the Bristow Choir and Wind Ensemble for their outstanding performances at the Music in the Parks Festival at Six Flags last Saturday. Both the band and the choir earned superior ratings and won first place in their divisions. The Wind Ensemble also was the recipient of the Overall Band Award, scoring higher than over 20 bands in attendance.
Parent Power Play & Learn
On Saturday, the Brentwood Library, Brentwood Union School District, REading ADvantage, First 5, Village Community Resource Center, the Child care Council and Raising a Reader partnered to present: Parent Power - Play & Learn. This event was held from 9am-Noon at Brentwood Elementary School. Many parents and children participated to play learning games, do projects and receive free books. Thanks to the leadership students from Bristow who came to volunteer.
Bristow Staff Feeds Students
Bristow staff kicked off student testing by cooking a big breakfast consisting of pancakes, sausage, eggs, cheese, strawberries, and milk! The staff served about 350 students Tuesday morning to help reinforce the importance of a health breakfast and a full stomach before taking a test. A special thanks to Mrs. Whelan for keeping one of Bristow's traditions alive!
3rd Graders Perform at Loma Vista
Third grade students at Loma Vista put on an awesome musical in March to honor Dr. Seuss, sharing with the audience many fun facts and the timeline of his life and career. This musical was written by the third grade teachers at Loma Vista a few years ago and continues to entertain and educate students and parents. Way to go Leopards!
2nd Grade Musical at Pioneer
Students from Pioneer perform an African folktale, Anansi and the Moss Covered Rock..
Young Authors Day at Garin
"Pascal Lee, author and director of the NASA Haughton-Mars Project is a true pioneer of Mars exploration. Mr. Lee was present at Garin for a student assembly to share his book "Mission: Mars" and to offer a firsthand, behind-the-scenes account of ongoing efforts to get humans ready for Mars.
Bristow Choir Performs National Anthem
The Bristow Middle School Choir, under the direction of Mark Morello, recently performed the National Anthem at a Golden State Warriors game! The Choir sounded awesome and the game was exciting too! Way to go Bristow!!
Fun Run at MCB!
Once Upon A Time...
Edna Hill School PASS program has created a new program, called Once Upon a Time, to pass on gently used formal apparel to students in need. Can you help?
Here we are embarking upon an exciting time of year for so many kids in our community. It’s time for 8th grade dances, promotion, high school proms and graduation. However for some kids and families this can be a time of stress, as all these events take resources that some families don’t have. This is where Once Upon A Time comes into play. There are so many girls out there that have dresses and shoes from dances, cruises, special events etc. that they no longer wear; boys out there that have dress pants, shirts and shoes that they’ve grown out of. Imagine…once upon a time a community came together to make these special events possible for all; to take care of their own and to give back just by donating what they no longer wear. Is there any better fairy tale than that?
If you’re interested in changing lives and helping our local teens, you can drop off items at Edna Hill Middle School or for more information contact Traci Kemper at 513-6440 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Garden Club's 1st Harvest
Students from the Marsh Creek Elementary Garden Club recently harvested carrots and kale during the first harvest of their school garden. The plants were grown from seeds that were planted in January. Students look forward to harvesting beets and potatoes next!
Be Brave, Be Kind and Be Grateful
Bristow Snow Club
Pioneer Students Release Trout
Students from Pioneer in Mr. Smith's class met over spring break to release 32 fish at the Contra Loma Reservoir. These rainbow trout were raised in Mr. Smith's 5th grade classroom at Pioneer.
AMS Music Tour at CSU, Chico
The Adams Middle School Band just returned from a very successful musical tour to CSU, Chico under the direction of teacher, Lindsay Kellogg.
EHMS Spelling Bee Champ - Vincent Chen
Special Olympic Athletes from BMS
Loma Vista Student Art
TK's Learn about Firefighters at RNS
Musical Brentwood Performed at MCB
LV Students Walk Through the Revolution
BUSD School Resource Office and PAL
We are proud to have BUSD School Resource Officer Mike Rucker and Police Activity League as part of our district.
BES Anti-Bullying Assembly
Students at Brentwood Elementary participate in an anti-bullying assembly.
MCS Garden Club Receives DIG Donation
John Case and Robin Choate from Delta Informal Gardeners (DIG) present a $250 check to Holly Hartman and Susan Mills for the Marsh Creek Elementary School Garden Club! Thank you DIG!!
Talented Bristow Music Students
Hats off to the wonderful and talented students from Bristow MS who represented their site and BUSD at the CMEA Middle School Honor Band and Choir at Chabot College. They did a great job!
Krey 2nd Grade Community Helpers