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News & Events

2018 Student Choir 2018 Student Choir Park Brook Choir!  Students in grades 3, 4 and 5 are welcome and encouraged to join the choir!  The choir meets every Thursday after school from 3:20 p.m. until 4:15 p.m.   The choir... More detail
Mr. Taylor's Page Mr. Taylor's Page Mr. Taylor has updated his webpage with reflections about Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr and Park Brook Elementary.  This year marks the 50th anniversary of the assassination of Martin Luther King,... More detail
Language Clubs Language Clubs Language Clubs!  Every Monday after school our language clubs meet for the purpose of creating community for our students who speak English as a 2nd or 3rd language.  While all Park Brook students... More detail
2018 Minne-Loppet 2018 Minne-Loppet The Minne-Loppet will be held the afternoon of Saturday, January 27.  This event is open to all 3rd, 4th and 5th grade students.  Students in grades 3-5 are learning how to cross-country during... More detail
2018 Luminary Loppet 2018 Luminary Loppet The Luminary Loppet will be held the evening of Saturday, February 3.  This event is open to all 3rd, 4th and 5th grade students.  The Luminary Loppet is help on Lake of the Isles in Minn... More detail
2018 Fun Run 2018 Fun Run The Fun Run at the University of Minnesota will be held the morning of Saturday, February 10.  This event is open to all students, Pre-K – 5th Grade.  For pre-K students, we kindly ask that... More detail
Superintendent Search Superintendent Search Share your ideas regarding a new superintendent Osseo Area Schools is searching for a new superintendent, and your input is needed to help identify the qualities of a superintendent that are most important... More detail
After School Plans After School Plans If plans change as to how your child is to go home after school, we MUST hear from a parent with either a note or a phone call.  If we do not hear from a parent, students will be sent home the usual... More detail
Need a Winter Coat? Need a Winter Coat?  2 Resources for your family! Salvation Army—10011 Noble Parkway, Brooklyn Park, MN; 55443 763-425-0517 CEAP—7051 Brooklyn Boulevard, Mpls., MN; 55429 763-566-9600 More detail
ADHD and Exercise! ADHD and Exercise! ADHD and Exercise!  This article, with links to other articles regarding ADHD, highlights the importance of exercise for those with ADHD.  Exercise benefits all individuals by increasing our... More detail
Sleep/Exercise and ADHD Sleep/Exercise and ADHD Exercise, sleep and ADHD.   Whether or not your child has ADHD, the information in this article can benefit any child.  Exercise and Sleep: The Better Brain Therapies Your Child Needs Click... More detail
Why Kids Shouldn't Sit Still in Class Why Kids Shouldn't Sit Still in Class Why Kids Shouldn’t Sit Still in Class, a recent article in the New York Times highlights the need for students to move and be physically active.  One of the key researchers quoted in the articles... More detail
Brain Rules Brain Rules Brain Rules by Dr. John Medina.  Park Brook Elementary has an intentional Focus on Fitness initiative to increase academic growth, positive behaviors, and at the same time is great for physical... More detail
Reading and 1st Grade Boys Reading and 1st Grade Boys The latest research supports our fitness initiative, especially with 1st grade boys!  We offer before/after school fitness opportunities and classes begin the day with a Brain Boost (movement) and... More detail
Dental Care Dental Care Need dental care but don’t have insurance? Help may be a phone call away! Call Salvation Army Quarterly Dental Clinic At 763-425-0517 Appointments from 9 a.m.-2 p.m. More detail

Homepage News

Mr. Taylor has updated his webpage with reflections about Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr and Park Brook Elementary.  This year marks the 50th anniversary of the assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr.  After 50 years, while there are changes in our country, his dreams have not been realized.  To read more, click here.

Park Brook Choir!  Students in grades 3, 4 and 5 are welcome and encouraged to join the choir!  The choir meets every Thursday after school from 3:20 p.m. until 4:15 p.m.   The choir had several performances at the end of December, and now they will begin practicing and learning new pieces.  Registration forms are available from Mr. Reisetter.

There is a Sibling’s Club that is open to younger students who have a brother or sister in the choir.  Students in grades K-2 are welcome to join the Sibling’s Club if their sibling is in choir.  At this there is a waiting list for the Rec-on-the-Go which is for younger students, with or without a sibling in choir.

The Fun Run at the University of Minnesota will be held the morning of Saturday, February 10.  This event is open to all students, Pre-K – 5th Grade.  For pre-K students, we kindly ask that a parent come along.

Pre-K students are the only ones who have an adult run with them on the track.  A parent is welcome to do so, but we also have staff who are willing and many of our older students would greatly enjoy running with a younger student.

The Fun Run is help indoors at the University of Minnesota.  Students run with their grade and then they are welcome to watch others, cheer on others, and participate in other activities that Twin Cities in Motion provides for students that morning.

For our weekend events we do require a $5 commitment fee that is returned to all students who participate or let the office know that they are not coming by noon on the last school day before the event.  With field trips during the regular school day, we can accurately order busses and send the correct amount of staff members for supervision.  With weekend events, the commitment fee has greatly assisted us with having a somewhat accurate number of students, which greatly helps with costs.

If a student needs another copy of the permission slip, they are welcome to pick one up in the office or click here.

Language Clubs!  Every Monday after school our language clubs meet for the purpose of creating community for our students who speak English as a 2nd or 3rd language.  While all Park Brook students are part of the school community, it is important for everyone to have smaller communities that share commonalities.  We offer  Hmong, Spanish, and Vietnamese Language Clubs for students of Park Brook who have one of these languages as their home language. We also offer a Language Club on the same day for our other students who have a home language other than English, as some of students have another home language yet there are not enough students to form a group.  For example, we have one student who speaks Arabic.

While students are making significant gains in their English Language skills (see Mr. Taylor’s page for academic growth data), it is beneficial for their learning, personal growth, and connectedness to the community to have a time to speak in their home language, develop home language skills, learn more about their culture, and so on.  In addition, we attempt to incorporate parental involvement in these groups for parents to connect with other parents and the school community.

The Language Club for students with different home languages focuses on learning about each other’s cultures, developing language skills, connecting with others, and providing support with understanding school culture they may have.

Registration forms are available in the office or from our EL (English Language) teachers.

The Luminary Loppet will be held the evening of Saturday, February 3.  This event is open to all 3rd, 4th and 5th grade students. 

The Luminary Loppet is help on Lake of the Isles in Minneapolis.  Students participating will snow-shoe on the frozen lake to view thousands of ice luminaries, watch fire dancers, see snow and ice sculptures, and stop for hot chocolate along the way.  It is a fun event sponsored by The Loppet Foundation.

For our weekend events we do require a $5 commitment fee that is returned to all students who participate or let the office know that they are not coming by noon on the last school day before the event.  With field trips during the regular school day, we can accurately order busses and send the correct amount of staff members for supervision.  With weekend events, the commitment fee has greatly assisted us with having a somewhat accurate number of students, which greatly helps with costs.

If a student needs another copy of the permission slip, they are welcome to pick one up in the office or click here.

Wolf Way Award Winners

Click on the wolf to see our 2017-2018 winners!

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Click on the calendar below to see some of our upcoming events!

 

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Park Brook Pictures

Click on the camera to see some fun pictures of Park Brook students and staff!

Click on the logo to see pictures from the 5K!

Click on the runner to see the 2017 Fall Mile Run Movie:

 

 

 

 

2017-18 iPad Information

Protection Plan

Student Agreement

Family Night Presentation

Focus on Fitness

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 Focus on Fitness

Physical Education Standards

Please click on the runner below for the physical fitness standards.

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School Info

Park Brook Elementary
7400 Hampshire Ave N
Brooklyn Park MN 55428
Map

School Hours
8:50 am - 3:20 pm
Office Hours
7:30 am - 4:00 pm

 

Phone & Fax

School Office
763-561-6870
Attendance
763-549-2408

General Fax 
763-549-2410

School Leadership

Principal
Scott Taylor