Welcome to Brookfield ES!
Interims Will Be Sent Home March 17th
The third qurter interims will be sent home on March 17th.
Brookfield Book Fair
Brookfield's online book fair opens on Saturday February 28, and remains active until Friday, March 20. You can order books and more at our Online Scholastic Book Fair.
The book fair at Brookfield will be held from March 10 through March 13. Students will have the opportunity to visit the book fair during school hours. For families who want to visit the book fair, we will have night-time hours on Friday, March 13th. Check next week’s Tuesday folder for details!
Student Information System (SIS) Parent Accounts
Parents of Brookfield students should soon receive a letter containing information about their Student Information System (SIS) Parent Account. SIS Parent Accounts are an online tool providing parents the ability to access and view their child’s student information, including attendance, discipline and health records, report cards and more. The letter will provide parents with direction on how to register.
For more information, check out the SIS Set-Up Video as well as Fairfax County Public Schools' resource page. If you already have an account, you can find the login page at https://sisparent.fcps.edu/
AAP Center Discussion
A parent meeting was held in December to discuss the overcrowding situation at Greenbriar West Elementary School. Several students from the Brookfield Elementary School attendance area attend the Advanced Academic Program (AAP) Center at Greenbriar West. Opening an AAP Center at Poplar Tree Elementary School is a proposal being discussed as a possible solution to relieve the overcrowding at Greenbriar West. Please take a few minutes to review the information.
- Presentation on AAP Center Proposal (pdf)
- Review the parent feedback that was submitted at the meeting (pdf)
Recognized ASCA Model Program
Brookfield Elementary School is the first elementary school in Fairfax County to be honored with the Recognized ASCA Model Program (RAMP) designation for establishing an outstanding school counseling program. The RAMP designation, awarded to schools whose counseling programs align with the criteria set in the ASCA National Model, recognizes schools that are committed to delivering a comprehensive, data-driven school counseling program and creating an exemplary educational environment. Congratulations!