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Brooks Elementary School Killen , AL

**In an effort to improve system practices, Brooks Elementary School is conducting surveys.  We value your opinion and ask that you take the time to complete this survey. Please be assured that your responses to this survey will be anonymous. Your honest opinion is appreciated.Thank you for your time and attention to this matter.

In order to complete the survey, please go to:

Parent Survey

Important Dates to Remember:

Thursday, September 29- Cookie Dough Library Fundraiser Kick-Off 

Wednesday, October 12- 11:30 a.m. Dismissal for Students (Professional Development for Teachers)

Tuesday, October 25- BES Fall Festival

Thursday, October 27-28- Fall Break (No School) 

 *BES PTO needs you!*

Our BES PTO needs volunteers.  Please complete a volunteer form or stop by the Lion’s Den.



 Breakfast and Lunch Prices have changed:

 Student Breakfast- $1.00

Adult Breakfast- $1.25

Student Lunch- $1.75

 Employee Lunch- $2.75

 Visitor Lunch- $3.75


 Have you signed up  for Brooks Elementary's Remind 101?

Check out the "HIGHLIGHTS" section for more information!


*Parents, BES is looking for a few parent volunteers to assist with our morning drop-off.  If you are able to help with this, please see Mrs. Partrick. Thank you!



*Please label your student's belongings (lunchboxes, jackets, etc.)

Thank you for choosing to help our school!
Because of your help we have recently recieved the following:
-Over $875 from Target (mention Brooks Elementary every time a "RED card" is used).
-Over $500 from Publix (Scanning your "Publix Partners" card at check out. Check in the BES Office if you need extras. These can be used at all Publix locations.)
-Over $460 dollars from (This is a free mobile app that lets BES earn cash donations by taking pictures of your shopping receipts. Use the referral code SNIP3302 and we'll earn an extra donation for your first receipt!)
-Cut, save, and send in your Box Tops For Education and Campbell's Soup Labels!  
-Do you have empty/used Inkjet and Laser printer cartridges or old cell phones?  Check the "HIGHLIGHTS" section to see how those items can help our school!


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On Monday, September 12, students had a “Blast From the Past”and dressed to represent decades ranging from the 50’s...

BES sixth graders worked together to learn about the formation of storms by constructing model vortices in class.   Click...

BES wants to thank The Killen Lions Club for their help with morning carpool duty at the first of this school year.  An...

BES Sixth grade students were challenged to build an Army Man Launcher using a plastic cup, craft sticks, string, and tape. ...

The BES walking track was repaved during spring break. Brooks Elementary School wants to thank Senator Tim Melson and Representative...

This year's Dixie Youth Baseball leagues from Northwest Alabama and Southern Tennessee participated in the 1st Annual State Line...


  January 8, 2015 Brooks Elementary Parents and Guardians, As both educators and parents we recognize and value...

Project Closing the Gap In June 2014, Lauderdale County Schools was awarded a substantial federal grant that is being implemented...


Publix Partners Program * Publix Super Markets has a great program that will enable Brooks Elementary School to make money...

Renaissance Place is providing parents with an opportunity to monitor their child's progress in AR through a feature called "Renaissance...

Parents and guardians may pick up usernames and passwords to log in to the Information Now Home Portal, allowing access to their...

Please remember to send in these labels


Do you have empty/used Inkjet and Laser printer cartridges or old cell phones? In an effort to raise money for our school,...

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