Smoke Signals, December 5, 2011
Posted on: December 5, 2011
Representatives from the Junior Class gave their rendition of the 12 Days of Christmas at the Senior Christmas Ornament Assembly this morning in Crozer Hall. Click here to view more pictures, or visit the Brookwood Shutterfly site at http://brookwoodschoolphotos.shutterfly.com/ to view other recent Brookwood photo albums that have been added to the site.
Fall Exams begin Dec. 14. Click here for a schedule.
The Troupe Show is Tues., Dec. 6 at 8:00 p.m. at the Thomasville Municipal Auditorium. For ticket information, please call 403-7251.
Mrs. Callaway recommends that students visit tagxedo.com. Click here for more information about this creative site, as well as helpful comments from some of her 7th grade computer students.
Thanks for turning in the Bats about Box Tops Collection sheets. We received 131 sheets which means we collected $131.00. Keep saving and be looking in the folders for other ways to save.
The 10th grade annual Mythology Banquet presentation and reception was held on Thurs., Nov. 17, at the home of Tracee and Bill Hodges. Pictured above in their Greek garb are Walker Harvard, Tyler Thompson, Chandler Barnes, Bradley Clark, Garrett Harvard and A.J. Bue. Click here to view the photo album on Shutterfly.
Cody Parrish, a junior, on his horse "All The Sudden" (aka: "Martin") placed 3rd in 15-18 Youth Western Pleasure at the 2011 All American Quarter Horse Congress in Columbus, Ohio. This show is the largest single breed show in the world with over 13,000 total entries from the USA, Canada and numerous other countries.
McKenna Vance, a sophomore, has qualified to attend the AKC Eukanuba Classic Invitational Dog Show held in Orlando this Dec., by being ranked top in the nation this year. The nation's largest and most prestigious show, exhibits the best dogs in the world. Jack, pictured above, is ranked one of the top Kerry Blue Terriers in the nation.
Brookwood 5th graders learn about original American Patriots. Read more...
Tony Carvajal, owner of a business consulting company and motivational speaker from Tallahassee, spoke to Mrs. Hunt's Spanish 4 students recently about the advantages of being bilingual in today's world. Read more...
Recycling is a routine procedure at Brookwood School. Read more...
Tyler Quinet broke the Varsity Football Single Season Rushing Record with 1830 yards. This record has been held since 1986, by Kevin Vick, who presented the award to Tyler at the Varsity Football Assembly on Tues., Nov. 29.
Tyler Quinet, Taylor Bragg and Chase Tenewitz have been selected as GISA Football All Star Players. Coach Robert East was also honored by the GISA to serve as an All Star coach. He coached the linebackers for the blue team at the All Star Game last Sat. at Mount de Sales Academy. Taylor and Tyler were injured prior to the game and unable to play. Chase had 4 solo tackles, aiding the blue team to an easy victory. The players and coaches are selected from all of the football programs throughout the state of Georgia. These are the most players we have had selected since 2007.
Eli Harrell is all smiles at the Senior Buddy Christmas Tree Assembly last Thurs., Dec. 2. Click here for more pictures. Please add albums of your best photos to share with others in the Brookwood family.
Kevin Vick presents Tyler Quinet with a football to honor his single season rushing record.
All Star Players Tyler Quinet, Chase Tenewitz and Taylor Bragg. Also pictured are Justin Johnson and Paul Leonard who were named All Region.