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The Mobile Dentist is Coming



The mobile dentist is coming to Brookville Elementary School on Wednesday, March 21, 2018.  It’s an opportunity for your child(ren), grades preschool through twelfth, to have clean and shiny teeth! 

2018-2019 Kindergarten Parent Meeting


If you reside in the Brookville Local School District and have a child who will be five on or before August 1, 2018, you are invited to attend a kindergarten orientation/informational meeting. This meeting is scheduled for Tuesday, February 20, at 6:30 p.m. 

Spring AIR Testing Schedule

2018 Testing Schedule



The 2018 Spring AIR Testing Schedule has been announced for all grades at Brookville Local Schools.

100th Day of School!! 100th day

On Monday, January 29th,  first graders in Mrs. Dobberstein, Mrs. Randall and Mrs. Walz room will present a special program for parents.  The show will be in the BHS Auditorium from 10-10:30 and will feature songs, poems and instruments.  Please park in the high school parking lot and enter through the Brookville B doors.  

A school-wide celebration will take place on Tuesday, January 30th.  It is hard to believe we have reached this point in the school year already.  I'm very excited to enjoy this special day with our students. 

School Building Phone Line Issues Phone Line Issues

The school buildings are currently experiencing phone line issues.  If you are unable to reach the building direct, please contact the Board of Education Office @ 833-2181.  We apologize for any inconvenience and are currently working to fix the issue.

Phones are down

The elementary phones are not working for incoming calls.  Please contact through email your child's teacher or our building secretary.

You may also call the board office at 937-833-2181

PTA meeting

The meeting for today has been cancelled.  We will meet on FEB. 6.  Thank you!

Cincinnati Children's Theater Seasons

Holiday traditions are almost as old as the holidays themselves. Brookville Elementary will welcome CCT actors to school on Friday, December 15.  Students will be able to explore the history and festivities surrounding our favorite time of the year. Whether you celebrate Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa or a different holiday during the season, students will gain a newfound respect for the traditions that bind this magical season together through the song and dance.

Second Grade Musical Muscial

Our second graders will be performing the musical, How to Train Your Reindeer.  We will have two shows this year at BHS.  A Grandparent Show on Tuesday, November 28 at 2:15 and Thursday, November 30 at 6:30. This delightful musical tells the tale of reindeer who are frustrated by their inability to simply take off.  They wonder why they can't just get up and go.  As the tale unfolds, it is revealed that it is the kindness in a reindeer's heart that renders flight possible.  An inspiring message for us all!!  

DVD's are on sale for $5.  Please turn in your order to the office by December 20.  


Momentum Award Granted to Brookville Local Momentum Award

The Ohio State Board of Education notified Brookville Schools today that we have earned the 2016-2017 Momentum Award.  Brookville was one of only 11 area districts and part of just 10% of school districts statewide to earn this award.  

PTA Sportswear is in!

The shirts from the PTA fundrasier arrived today, one week ahead of schedule.  Those who marked the box for pick-up may come on Monday, November 13 from 3:30-5:30 to get them from the cafeteria. Otherwise, the students are bringing them home today.  Thank you to all who supported this fundraiser.

Star Day! Star

Thursday, November 9,  is our second STAR day.  We will dismiss Brookville Elementary students at 2:00 p.m. If your child rides a bus, transportation will be provided just as it would on a regular school day- just an earlier dismissal.  Please talk with your children so they know what to do when we have a STAR day and make sure to communicate with your child’s teacher. Latchkey is available for registered students. 

Cup Stacking Cup stacking

Brookville Elementary will host our second annual Cup Stacking tournament.  The competition, November 9, is open to students in grades 1-2(5:30-6:30) & 3-4 (6-7).  The students will compete against other children in their own grade for prizes.  This is a drop in event where students are timed in three events and scores recorded.  Winners will be announced at school the following Monday.  The cost is $5 per child and proceeds will benefit our school and help provide the prizes.

New this year, teachers and staff will compete at a school assembly on Nov 9.


If you have questions, please contact Mr. Arnett.

Walk to School Day!!

Walk to school day


Brookville Elementary's Walk To School Day was on Friday, September 15.  We met at the Westbrook Soccer Park at 8:30 to walk to school together.  It was a great success!
See gallery below for more photos.

PTA Bingo Bingo

Monday, September 11th will be our first bingo!  Please join us in the elementary cafeteria at 6:30 for food and prizes.  

Star Day Star Day

Brookville Elementary will release students at 2PM this Thursday, September 14.  Preschool is in session from 9-11 and 12-2.  This will be the first of 4 Star days.  Please talk with your child and make sure they know what to do when we have a Star day.

Picture Day!

School Photos

Picture Day at Brookville Elementary is September 6th. Be sure to bring your picture packet on that day!
Our School Code is: KE016022Q0.
For more informantion click HERE, or call the office at 833-6796.

Mobile Dentist is coming to Brookville Schools!

The Mobile Dentist will be visiting BES on Septmeber 20th, starting at 8:00am.  They will set up in the clinic at the elementary for all students in our district.  Forms can be picked up in the clinics.

Brookville Elementary Completes Required Drills
Elementary Talent Show

Our second annual Talent Show for students in grades 1-3 will be May 3rd.   Students are invited to show off a talent for parents in the High School Auditorium on May 3rd at 6pm.  Students have submitted a registration sheet to Mrs. Nawroth. 

For further information, please contact Mrs. Nawroth at  We look forward to a great show!

Morning with Moms Donut

We will have our Morning with Moms program on Friday, April 14!  Students are encouraged to invite a special person to the breakfast which will be held in the Brookville High School cafeteria from 8:00-8:45.  Donuts, milk, juice and coffee will be provided.  Special thanks to Hip-stirs and Square Donuts.  We look forward to seeing you there!

Health Alert
Yearbook Pre-Order

Yearbook Pre-order

Don't Forget to Order Your BES Yearbook!
Order Deadline: March 24, 2017

Make payments to Brookville Schools - $13.00  

or:  Online orders: 
      Yearbook Id code: 5470717

Tyke Shop Tyke Shop

Each year, the PTA sponsors a Tyke Shop.  This is an opportunity for students K-3rd grade to get some practice with money skills and shop for secret gifts for family and friends.  Items cost anywhere from $.50-$10.  For our youngest students, we invite them to shop afterschool and at Breakfast with Santa.  Please see the schedule below.


Little Tyke Shop Hours:

November 29-Preview day for PK-3


November 30-Shopping grades K-3 9:00-3


December 1– Shopping grades K-3 9:00-3 and then from 3:30-6.


December 2 – Shopping from 8:30-10 Rotary Breakfast with Santa

A Night with Curious George Curious George

Brookville Elementary is hosting the fifth annual Preschool Literacy Night on Tuesday, March 7 from 6:00 p.m. - 7:30 p.m.  Area preschools in coordination with Brookville Local Schools have put together an evening of learning, fun, food, and prizes!  If you have a child who will be attending Brookville Schools as a kindergartener this fall, please plan to attend.  Each parent-child team will participate in hands-on learning activities centered on the theme Curious George.

For more information, please contact the office at 833-6796.

It’s time for the Book Round-Up!

Big Book GivawayIn order to make space for all the new books, we weed our collection throughout the year.  Over time, we collect large numbers of books that we can no longer keep because they are duplicates, aren't being checked out, or in need of repair.  In order to give the books good homes, we let each student pick out 2 weeded books to take home and keep. Thank you for your continued support!!!!!!

Take care, Ms. Young

Fire Safety Fire Prevention Dog Sparky

Brookville Fire Department will be providing fire safety information with students on October 3, 4, and 5.  Part of this training will include the use of a safe house with a smoke machine.  If this is an experience you would not like your child to participate in, please contact the office.  The Fire Prevention Parade will be October 4 at 6pm. It will end at the elementary school where hotdogs and juice will be provided. 

Watch Dog Program Watch Dog Logo

WATCH D.O.G.S. (Dads of Great Students) is a K-5 safe school initiative which involves fathers and father figures in creating a more safe and secure learning environment in our schools.


Who are Watch DOGS?  Fathers, grandfathers, step-fathers, uncles, and other father figures who volunteer to serve one half-day each year in a variety of school activities.  Volunteers assist in classes, on the playground, and in the lunchroom.


On Wednesday, October 11th at 6:00 p.m. in the Brookville High School cafeteria Brookville Schools will host a pizza night for dads and their children.  During this program, volunteers will be able to sign up to serve as a Watch DOG.   

BES Yearbooks



We have a small amount of BES yearbooks left over after all orders were filled.  They will be available in the office for $13.  

BES Welcomes the Book Fair!



The book fair is coming November 6-10, 2017!  The theme this year is Wild West Book Fair!  Saddle Up and Ride!  


3rd Grade Clap Out!

Clap OutParents who are interested may join us on the last day of school for the 3rd grade Clap Out.  Please meet around 3:10 behind the school on the playground.  

Brookville Optimist Club Sponsored Tri-Star Basketball Competition Tri-Star Basketball Competition

The Brookville Optimist Club will once again be sponsoring the Tri-Star Basketball Competition.  The event will be held on Saturday, November 18, 2017 at the Brookville HIgh School Gym.  Sign-up at 8:30am.  Competition begins at 9:00am.  

Field Day

Field Day


Brookville Elementary will enjoy Field Day on Friday, May 19.  Students will engage in multiple activities on our school campus.  We look forward to a fun filled day!

Class of 2017


BES congratulated our BHS seniors on Friday, May 19 for a Senior Walk-through after morning announcements. We are very proud of the class of 2017 and wish them the best in the future.

Back To School Class Supplies & Fees


Supply & Fees list

Click on ...READ MORE to see what supplies and fees your student will need to be ready to learn in the new school year. 

Dome Theater movie

Thanks to our local Optimist club, Brookville Elementary will host the Dome Theater on Monday, May 15 for all students.  The Dome Theater is a 3-D visual experience which connects students to science related concepts and future careers.  We look forward to this fun and engaging theatrical experience. 

3rd grade Grandparents Day!!! Grandparent

May 5th will be Grandparents Day for our third grade students.  Grandparents are invited to come to school at no earlier than 9:45 a.m. where our 3rd graders will perform for them in our cafeteria at 10:00.  Please have grandparents park in the visitor or bus lot and enter through the front doors for the program.  Space is limited and overflow parking is in the high school lot. 

The musical program is expected to last for 45 minutes.  At the conclusion, students and grandparents will have a chance to talk with each other for a few minutes before leaving. We can’t wait to meet all of you and for you to see what we have been learning in music this year!

Violence Prevention Contest No bully

The 27th Annual Violence Prevention Awards Ceremony will be held on May 2nd.   For the contest, students were invited to create a positive message regarding topics on bullying and violence.  These could be a visual poster or a written essay.  Out of over 1000 applicants, two Brookville Elementary students were selected for recognition.  Paloma Carey and Maddy Allen, both 3rd graders will be honored at a luncheon where they will receive a prize.  In addition, the student’s artwork will be featured in a county calendar.