Brookwood News

Artmobile visits Brookwood
Artmobile’s newest STEAM exhibition, Marvelous Machines, integrates art, mechanical engineering, and physics into an interactive experience for all ages. Through a collaboration with the Mercer Museum, the exhibit presents historical examples of the six simple machines – lever, wheel and axle, pulley, inclined plane, wedge, and screw – then explores their use in elegant kinetic sculpture, whimsical pieces and conceptual artworks. Visitors will gain insight into the creative process in both art and science, understand the importance of play, risk-taking, and failure to drive discovery and innovation.

Brookwood Collects 307 Pounds of Food
for Those in Need.
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STEAM NEWS November 2019
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Robot Update:

For the second year (of what is becoming an annual event) Brookwood is entering  teams in the Wonder Workshop Robotics Competition!  Students are learning about coding and applying their newly found knowledge of repeat loops, conditionals, and variables to write code for the Dash and Dot robots to follow.  Thank you to the students (and parents) for working hard after school for this competition.  Updates to follow!



Brookwood Promotional Video Presentation to the Board




4th Grade Honey Hollow Field Trip

Fourth grad
e Students from Brookwood enjoyed a trip to the Honey Hollow Audubon Center in New Hope.  The excursion was one of the three lessons provided by the center to teach the students about watersheds and the importance they play in our environment. 


Fourth grade students from Brookwood enjoyed a trip to the Honey Hollow Audubon Center in New Hope.  The excursion was one of the three lessons provided by the center to teach the students about watersheds and the importance they play in our environment. 
Fourth grade students from Brookwood enjoyed a trip to the Honey Hollow Audubon Center in New Hope.  The excursion was one of the three lessons provided by the center to teach the students about watersheds and the importance they play in our environment. 
Fourth grade students from Brookwood enjoyed a trip to the Honey Hollow Audubon Center in New Hope.  The excursion was one of the three lessons provided by the center to teach the students about watersheds and the importance they play in our environment. 
Fourth grade students from Brookwood enjoyed a trip to the Honey Hollow Audubon Center in New Hope.  The excursion was one of the three lessons provided by the center to teach the students about watersheds and the importance they play in our environment. 
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