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Wonder: Principal's Book of the Semester Wonder: Principal's Book of the Semester

Wonder is a children's novel by Raquel Jaramillo, under the pen name of R. J. Palacio,[3] published on February 14, 2012.

Palacio wrote Wonder after an incident where she and her three-year-old son were waiting in line to buy ice cream. Her son noticed a girl with facial birth defects. Fearing he would react badly, Palacio attempted to remove her son from the situation so as not to upset the girl or her family but ended up worsening the situation. Natalie Merchant's song "Wonder" made her realize that the incident could teach society a valuable lesson. Palacio was inspired by Merchant's lyrics and she began writing.[4] The book has a released spin-off, 365 Days of Wonder: Mr. Browne's Book of Precepts.[5] In August 2015, the book Auggie and Me was published.[6] A film adaptation is set for release in 2017.

2017-2019 Principal's Advisory Council Election Results
Parent/Guardian Representatives:
Alexis Weaver
Frank O'Connor
Julie Hiland
Calista Allen

Teacher Representative:
Kira Baltimore
Extended Day Hours for Oct. 2nd to Nov. 30th
2:35:  Dismissal begins.
2:35-2:38: Walkers, bus riders, and day care van riders are dismissed to their designated locations.
2:40:  Car riders are dismissed to the Music Room (Pre-K to 2nd) and Media Center (3rd-5th).
2:55:  After School Extended Day students dismissed to Cafeteria.
6:30:  After School Extended Day Program closes.

There will be no changes to the start of the school day.  All students should be in the building, in class before 7:45 a.m.  
District Events
Upcoming Events
Thanksgiving Break
Mon Nov 20 2017
to Fri Nov 24 2017
Annual Partnership Agreement
Annual Partnership Agreement

School Counseling Mission Statement

The mission of this school counseling program is to provide students with a comprehensive developmental school counseling program centered on the individual success of the student in educational, career, vocational, and personal/social competencies which are necessary to function and contribute in a diverse society. Brockett Elementary School Counselors will strive to utilize all available opportunities for collaboration with faculty, administration, staff, parents, and community resources in order to maximize students’ academic, emotional and career growth and success. Student plans for the future are developed with the students, parents and counselor input. Students are encouraged to plan with a focus on College and Career Readiness. Students are encouraged to reach their full potential and optimal performance is expected of each student. The School Counselor’s goal is to ensure that all students from diverse backgrounds are performing at his or her highest level of functioning and that success is achieved.
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