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New Birthday Treat Policy

updated 8/17/2017

Due to the large number of students with food allergies and other medical conditions, the school has adopted a new policy for food that is brought into the school.  Please review the policy below and call with any questions.  Thank . . . read more

School Supplies Lists (K-8) for 2017-2018 School Year

updated on 7/27/2017

By Mr. Henson

2017-2018 Supply Lists Kindergarten First Grade Second Grade Third Grade Fourth Grade Fifth & Sixth Grade Seventh & Eighth Grade read more

Your Shopping Can Help Support Our Brimfield Schools!

As of November 4, Brimfield School District is now enrolled in the Kroger Community Rewards Program.  Every time you shop at Kroger stores, a portion of your dollars spent is used to help support Brimfield School District.  Please . . . read more

PARCC Test Fact Sheet

January 2015, ISBE Division of Public Information Illinois schools will administer new assessments created through the Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for College and Careers (PARCC) in spring 2016. These assessments are fully . . . read more

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Common Core FAQ What are the Common Core State Standards? The Common Core State Standards (CCSS) are a coherent progression of learning expectations in English Language Arts and Mathematics designed to prepare K–12 . . . read more

What Parents Can Do To Increase Achievement

*  Link 1: This a link that gives more information on the Common Core and why it is important. ** Link 2: This link provides a detailed list of things you can work on with your child to help him or her excel in school.  read more

Brimfield Neighborhood Watch Association

What: An opportunity for Village Residents to meet, network and address various concerns in their neighborhoods and the village.  The goal is to come together to make a healthier, safer, community. When: The next meeting is . . . read more

Student's Arrival at School

September 11, 2012

School hours are from 8:05 a.m. to 3:05 p.m. A bell will ring five minutes before the beginning of school in order to give children time to enter the building in an orderly manner. Supervisors will not be provided on the playground before . . . read more

Safety Reminder for Parents

by Mr. Henson

Please observe these rules of the road pertaining to school buses: On a two-lane road, traffic must stop in both directions when the red lights flash and the school bus’s stop signal is extended. Traffic must use caution when . . . read more

Children Crossing Route 150

By Henson, Mr.

We have many children that walk or ride their bike to school each day that live on the south side of Route 150.  As you well know, this is a very busy road with many vehicles in route.  If your child must cross at Route 150 in the . . . read more

Cell Phone Use Illegal within School Zones

by Mr. Henson | September 16, 2009

On August 6, 2009 Governor Quinn signed into law House Bill 71 and 72.  These measures make it illegal to text or talk on a cell phone while driving in a school zone.  The new law will take effect January 1, 2010 and applies to . . . read more

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