Welcome to Brookfield ES!
Summer Reading at Brookfield
This summer we want to encourage your child to be a READING SUPERHERO and read all summer long! Throughout the summer, please encourage your child to record the books they’ve read on the sheet below. In the fall, students will be invited to our superhero reading celebration where they will have the chance to share all the different genres of books they read!
For our students entering sixth grade and our students moving to middle school we have a special reading list, though they are welcome to read any just right book approved by their parent.
- Reading Gives You Superpowers Tracking Sheet
- Rising Sixth Grade Reading List
- Rising 7th Grade Reading List
Parent Response Form
Placement in classes is of the utmost importance and is a collaborative effort. We welcome your input as we begin this complex task. If you have information about your child or about the kind of learning environment best suited for your child, peer issues, or special attention needed that would help us in our placement decision, please complete the Parent Response Form by clicking here. This is not a solicitation for parent requests for teachers, and indeed requests for specific teachers cannot be honored. Rather, this is an opportunity for parents to share information about their child that would impact the learning situation. Hardcopies of the Parent Response Form are available in Brookfield’s main office. Please submit your form no later than Friday, July 17. The class assignments will be finalized in August. If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact the school.
ACE Elementary Summer Enrichment Camps
Adult and Community Education (ACE) offers a wide array of summer camp programs for current grade one through current grade six students. ACE summer camps for elementary students include world language camps (FLEX, FLEXtra and Immersion), creative writing, culinary adventures, computer graphics, chess strategies and more. Registration for ACE summer camp is now open.
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/
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!