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BRENDEL IS THE PLACE TO BE!  WE PUT KIDS FIRST! 
Bulldogs BARK at Brendel!
Be Respectful
A
ctively Learning and Listening
Responsibility for my Actions
K
indness to Others

At Brendel Elementary†our mission is†to provide the highest quality education in a safe, caring and challenging community that allows for individual differences and learning styles.† Student Doing School WorkStudent Reading School BookSchool Girl Raising Hand††Boy Sitting at School Desk
 
District Announcements
2015-2016 Schools of Choice
Grand Blanc Schools will be accepting,†105 Schools of Choice applications (within Genesee County)
and 105c Schools of Choice applications (Contiguous Counties to Genesee County)†beginning Monday June 15, 2015.

Click HERE for additional details.

105/105c Schools of Choice application deadline,
July 14, 2015 at 4pm
Summer School 2015†Middle School
June 22, 2015 - July 23, 2015 (Mondays - Thursdays) 8 a.m. -12 noon

Middle School Summer School Flyer
Middle School Registration Form
Middle School Online Registration Form


K-5 Enrichment Program
Programs offered from June 22, 2015 - July 17, 2015


K-5 Enrichment Flyer
K-5 Enrichment Registration Form
K-5 Enrichment Online Registration Form


Elementary Special Education Enrichment
Elementary Special Education Enrichment Flyer
M-STEP to Replace MEAP Test
Click HERE to read a letter from Curriculum Director Amber Hall regarding the new state assessment called the Michigan Student Test of Educational Progress (M-STEP).
A. J. Brendel Announcements
Please mark your calendars: †Due to required
State of Michigan testing,
May 6, 2015 Late Start Day
will be moved to May 13, 2015
Kindergarten
Time to Enroll For Kindergarten
Monday-Friday
9:30a.m.-3:00 p.m.

Brendel Office
1-810-591-6137
Happy Children

Original Works
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Order forms March 18th and due back on March 25th.† Product is due back by April 21.
Upcoming Dates
Month of April Showers

21-Authors Showcase/Kona Ice
22-Well Dressed Wednesday
22-Student Store
23-No School/PDD

29-Well Dressed Wednesday
29-Student Store


Month of may Flowers
7-Muffins with Mom A-L 8:00-8:40 a.m.
8-Muffins with Mom M-Z 8:00-8:40 a.m.
13-Late Start
13-End of the Year Celebration/New Student Program
14-PTO Meeting
20-Marshall Music to fit 5th Grade

Month of June Sun
2-BOGO Summer Reading BookFair (Buy one, Get one free)
3-BOGO Summer Reading BookFair (Buy one, Get one free)
4-BOGO Summer Reading BookFair (Buy one, Get one free)
4-Fun with Father A-L 8:00-8:40 a.m.
5-BOGO Summer Reading BookFair (Buy one, Get one free)
5-Fun with Father M-Z 8:00-8:40 a.m.


Important Announcement
Please mark your calendars: †
Due to required
State of Michigan testing,
May 6, 2015 Late Start Day
will be moved to May 13, 2015

Girl Classroom Calendar Job

immuniaztion Clinics
Public Health
Prevent~Promote~Protect
Immunizations will be available for all residents of Genesee County.
Schedule your appointment 810-237-4588 at the following convenient site:

April 23
1:00 p.m.-7:00 p.m.
Mt. Morris Education & Community Center
Kids on a Merry Go Round

100th Day of School!!!
Brendel celebrates by doing
100's of Random
Acts of Kindness!!!

HOTLINE
**Attendance Hotline**
810-591-6349
Call in if your child is going to be late or absent for the day.
Please leave your name, childís name, teacherís name.

Polar Plunge





We are so proud of our Brendel Ice-Breakers
earned $7939
†for the
Special Olympic!
We earned the most money within the Grand Blanc Schools District and won the Golden Plunger Award!
We had 21 team members!
We would like to thank the staff, students and plungers for the great job that they did.
Watch for more Pictures!!!

My Coke Rewards

Gently used Books
We are looking for gently used books for
​classroom libraries. †If you have any books
that you would like to donate please contact
Mrs. Martin at†emartin@grandblancblancschools.org
or drop them off in the office.
Thank you for you continued support.

Girl Standing Behind Stack of Big Books
Healthy Snacks for the Classroom
  • Fruit Snack/Fruit Roll ups
  • Yogurt/gogurts
  • Teddy Grahams, Graham Crackers
  • Fruit-Apples, Grapes, Oranges...
  • Pretzels
  • Cheezits, Triscuits...
  • Cheese crackers filled with cheese
  • Rice Cakes
  • Baked Lays products,Cheetos, Doritos...
  • Apple sauce, fruit cups...
  • Granola Bars
  • Cheese Sticks

Cupcakes, donuts†and cookies for birthday snacks will not be allowed and will be returned to your child at the end of the day.
This is according to the district wellness policies.
††Strawberry Yogurt
Please remember no peanut products.
Procedures
 
Morning Drop Off
· We would like the students to start getting themselves out of the cars.
· Make sure you drop them off in the cone marked area.
· Make sure there is an adult out supervising your child.
· Remind them to walk behind the yellow line.
· Remind them to all be careful of moving cars.

End of the Day Procedures
· Discuss with your child(ren) whether they will be riding the bus, going to latchkey or parent pickup…
· Contact your child’s teacher regarding any end of the day routine changes.
· Do not wait until last minute to make changes to end of the day arrangements. This causes a lot of confusion and leaves more room for error.
· Student release times:
·  Bus riders 3:45-3:55
·  Parent car pickup 3:45-4:00
·  Parent walk up 3:58-4:00
· Your child’s safety is always our number one concern.
 

Peanut Policy
Classroom
No peanut or nut foods will be consumed or distributed in any classrooms.†This includes daily snacks as well as birthday treats.

Lunchroom
To reduce the risk of exposure to peanut and nut products in the elementary, Grand Blanc Community Schools has decided to remove all obvious peanut and nut products from the elementary menu such as peanut butter and jelly sandwiches and peanut butter as a condiment.

Students without peanut or nut allergies may consume peanut or nut products for lunch from home but must not eat at a nut free table.


Field Trips
Peanut and nut products are not prohibited, but parents are asked to consider an alternative, nut-free lunch for their child while on a field trip.

Buses
The Grand Blanc Community School District has a policy of no eating or open food on school buses.

The entire policy may be viewed at:† http://board.grandblanc.schoolfusion.us

Brendel Annual Education Report

Please click HERE to read the Annual Education Report which provides key information on the 2013-14 educational progress of Brendel Elementary.
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