This year, we will be highlighting staff members from Brookview so you can get to know us a little more OUTSIDE of the classroom. This week’s Staff Spotlight: Sarah Moses- Special Education Favorites: Being with my family, picnics, pumpkin patches, farms, shopping, & clean spaces. What are your hobbies and interests? Shopping Shopping Shopping! How long have you been teaching? This is my 15th year teaching Why did you get into teaching? When I was a teenager I worked at a church camp in Mason City, IA. My favorite week of work was always centered around serving campers with disabilities. I decided to make my passion my job and choose a career in special education. I having been serving as a special education teacher for 15 years. What are your pet peeves? My pet peeves are laziness and hearing people breathe. Tell us about your family: My husband Brad and I have been married for 15 years. He works as a digital technology project manager at Casey's General Stores. I have two daughters, Lexi (10), and Brynley (7). Where is the best place you’ve ever visited? Jamaica
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Amazing day with the Principals for the Day!
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This year, we will be highlighting staff members from Brookview so you can get to know us a little more OUTSIDE of the classroom. This week’s Staff Spotlight: Julianne Parsons- Associate Favorites: Disney, reading, watching movies, spending time with family and friends What are your hobbies and interests? Reading What is a little known fact about yourself? I can juggle Where is the best place you’ve ever visited? Disney World and Estes Park What is your favorite game or sport to watch and play? Baseball GO CUBS GO How would your friends describe you? Caring
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This year, we will be highlighting staff members from Brookview so you can get to know us a little more OUTSIDE of the classroom. This week’s Staff Spotlight: Daniel Chapman- ESL How long have you been teaching? This is my 3rd year teaching at Brookview. Where did you grow up? I grew up in Johnston and attended Johnston schools for my entire K-12 career. What is a little known fact about yourself? After graduating from college I spent a summer working on a cattle ranch near Miles City, Montana. I was basically a cowboy for a summer. Why did you get into teaching? After graduating from college I spent 2 years teaching English in Spain. The experience of working with students who were learning English inspired me to get into teaching ESL back in the United States Aside from necessities, what one thing could you not go a day without? It's hard for me to go a day without some kind of physical activity or exercise- even if it's just a walk around the block! What's the most daring thing you've ever done? Skydiving What is the best part of teaching? The best part of teaching is the connections and relationships that you can build with students. I love hearing their stories!
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Happy “High-Five” Friday to everyone! 4th graders spreading a little cheer at the end of the day!
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4th graders made a community service goal this year of spreading kindness and serving others in our school, community, and the world. Students braved the cold this morning by holding up signs for the parent pick-up line and classes have been working to spread kind notes on student’s lockers. They also chose to do some extra cleaning in our ESL and ELP rooms to spread a little joy! Can’t wait to see what they come up with next!! #givelove
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Trying out the new GOAL GONG! Second graders met their grade level goal of being proactive during reading time by recording their thinking about their reading. Way to go second grade!
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This year, we will be highlighting staff members from Brookview so you can get to know us a little more OUTSIDE of the classroom. This week’s Staff Spotlight: Nellie Glenn-Allen- 1st grade teacher Favorites (anything goes): Iowa State Cyclones, Being at the ocean or lake How long have you been teaching? I've lost track! What is a little known fact about yourself? I’ve never colored my hair before and I have a blind dog. Where did you grow up? Stuart Tell us about your family: My husband Matthew works for family company AJ Allen, Harrison 6th grade at South, Ivy 4th grade at Brookview What are your hobbies and interests? walking, reading, Who is your hero? Why? My mom because she is the best mom in the world ! If you could share a meal with any individual, living or dead, who would it be? Why? Willie Nelson because he a legend and the coolest person alive!
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Mrs. Pals and Mrs.Tysklind had a wonderful time reconnecting, interviewing, and learning about how students have carried their leadership into middle school! We can’t wait for our #LegacyLeaders to share their stories back at BV during assemblies and events! 💜
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Fall party fun! 🍁👻🎃
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School Information

Address

Brookview Elementary
8000 EP True Parkway
West Des Moines, IA 50266

Contact

Phone: 515.987.5166
Attendance: 515.987.2744
Fax: 515.225.4578

School Time

Regular: 8:50 - 3:40
Early Dismissal: 1:40

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2001

Year Brookview opened

86.3%

District elementary reading proficiency

2004

Year Brookview was remodeled

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