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 eBooks from Capstone!
Alabama Math, Science, and Technology Initiative
We are an AMSTI School!
Puzzle Piece
Positive Behavior Support
"Respectful, Responsible, Resourceful"
Leader in Me
Leader In Me: 7 Habit of Happy Kids
Sean Covey
Problem Solving Team
Problem Solving Team
Extend Day
Extended Day
After school activities for students
Parent Involvement
Parent Involvement
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training--Volunteers needed
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Kindergarten Registration

Register your child for 2016-17 Kindergarten class.

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 Check out our April Newsletter!
Pre-K registration will open April 1, 2016 - May 2, 2016.  The Pre-K random selection drawing for all Pre-K sites will be held on May 5th.
Click Here for Our February 2016 Newslette (.pdf)
Author Visit Michelle Nelson Schmidt will be coming to our school on Thursday, January 21. She will be reading some of her books. If you would like to have the author autograph a book for your child, please return the order form by Wednesday, January 13. An order form was sent home with your child.
It snowed at Brookwood Elementary! Thank you to the Brookwood Fire Department!
Click Here for the December 2015-2016 Newsletter!
School-Based Health Center      
Interim Superintendent, Dr. Walter Davie, announced today that the Tuscaloosa County Schools will not move forward with plans to build a school-based health center in the Brookwood community. While there are many positive advantages for a school-based health center, it needs to be a service that is right for a community and one that has wide community support. After listening to many parents and community members, as well as conducting a survey to gain feedback, there is simply not the level of support needed to proceed.      School-based health centers provide many valuable services that target the prevention of illness and that promote healthy children and healthy lifestyles. Students can be treated for acute illnesses, such as flu, and chronic conditions, including asthma and diabetes. They can also be screened for dental, vision, and hearing problems.      The Tuscaloosa County Schools appreciates the support for our children by Maude-Whatley Health Services. We always welcome opportunities for continued partnerships with community agencies on behalf of our students.
Free/Reduced Lunch Application Form Applications do not roll over from the previous year!
Click the links below for information about ACT Aspire.  ACT Aspire Brochure Part 1 ACT Aspire Brochure Part 2 ******************************************************************************** 
Click here for the Parent Volunteer Chaperone Form Attention Parents and New Parents of the Brookwood Elementary School Family!
Free/Reduced Meal Online Application You are now able to apply online for free and reduced meals online at  If you apply online, you DO NOT need to send in an application to your child’s school.  We look forward to serving you this school year.
Attention Parents! Lets all try and keep reading! Check out this flyer for more information! E Books Information Brookwood Elementary School’s Library is happy to announce that interactive eBooks from Capstone are now available. You can use these books from school, home or mobile device – 24/7, 365 days a year. Capstone’s interactive eBooks are device neutral, mobile friendly and iPad compatible. Click here or on the link on the Left Side of the page to get started!    
The Tuscaloosa County Schools are looking for Substitute Nurses! If you or anyone you know are interested please check out this flyer! Nurse Flyer (pdf) Many of the files and documents available on this site require Adobe Reader. To download the latest version, click here. 2015-16 November Newsletter


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