Celebration School 2013


School Information

7400 Hampshire Ave N.
Brooklyn Park, MN 55428

Phone Numbers
Office Phone: 763-561-6870
Absence Line: 763-549-2408
Fax Number: 763-549-2410

Office: 7:30-4:00
Students: 8:50-3:20


Scott Taylor

Contact Webmaster

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Important Dates

Tuesday, September 23—All School BBQ

Friday, September 26—Mile Run

Saturday, October 4--5K in St. Paul

Presidential Youth Fitness Program

Park Brook Elementary
is proud to be Minnesota’s
Demonstration Center
The President’s Challenge:

Physical Activity


Fitness Awards Program


 Click the graphic above for requirements
Park Brook Home Page


Please Slow Down 

Students are never permitted to cross through the parking lot without an adult; however, kids can be unpredictable in parking lots.  Pedestrians have the right of way at cross walks.  Please remember that in the Hartkopf neighborhood in Brooklyn Park we do not have sidewalks.  Please drive slowly and carefully on the streets near Park Brook Elementary.  While we desire all kids to be on time to school, if you are running late please slow down when coming to the school.  Safety is of utmost importance.





All-School BBQ

Tuesday, September 23

Adult Lunch for BBQ, $3.00

Join your child during their lunch for a BBQ hamburger lunch!


1st grade: 12:30-1:00

2nd grade: 11:30-12:00

3rd grade: 11:45-12:15

     4th grade:12:30-1:00       

5th grade: 11:15-11:45

6th grade: 11:45-12:15 



Boot Camp

Registration forms are no longer being accepted.  Morning Move will being in Mid-October.

Mondays, Wednesdays and Thursdays

3:20 p.m. – 4:05 p.m.



Twin Cities 5K

Saturday, October 4

7: 15 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.

St. Paul, MN

A bus is provided by Twin Cities in Motion for students from Park Brook Elementary.  Registration forms must be returned by Tuesday, September 23.  The event is free for Park Brook students, however, we do require a $5 commitment deposit with the permission slip.  The $5 deposit will be returned to all students who participate and to all students who withdraw by noon on Friday, October 3.


Academic Growth

During the 2013-2014 school year, the percentage of students meeting or exceeding their expected growth at Park Brook compared to the other 17 elementary schools in the Osseo Area Schools:

  • #1 in reading for EL students in schools that have EL programs;
  • #2 in reading for all students, Hispanic students, and grades 4 and 5;
  • #2 in math  for grade 3;
  • #3 in reading for grade 3;
  • #4 in math for Hispanic and White students.

Among all elementary schools in the district, Park Brook ranked among the highest in the percent of students who met academic growth goals in 2012-2013:

  • #1 in reading and #1 in math (grade 5);
  • #1 in reading and #2 in math (grade 6);
  • #2 in reading (all students);
  • #2 in reading (special education students);
  • #3 in math (all students).

During the 2011-12 school year, Park Brook posted the highest academic growth rate in reading for English Language Learners, sixth-graders, and students receiving free or reduced lunches.


5th/6th Grade Parents


The following is for families who will have students attending Osseo Junior High


During the 15-16 school year, our 7th-9th grade Junior High Schools will be transitioning to 6th-8th grade Middle Schools.  This means that our current 5th and 6th grade students will attend a middle school next year. Throughout the year, each middle level school will provide opportunities for input on the transition to middle schools.  If you  intend to have your child attend Osseo Junior and would like to provide input, they have a quick survey on their website.    To access the survey click here.




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