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Growing Tomorrow's Leaders Together

Mission Statement: We, the staff of Brookside Place School, take pride in striving to personalize learning and differentiate instruction to support students spanning grades K-5 in acquiring the knowledge and requisite skills to excel as learners and productive individuals. Through a partnership of teachers, students, parents/guardians, administrators, and community members, Brookside Place School students will learn to respect others and think independently and critically.

Welcome

Greetings from Brookside Place School! I hope this message finds you and your family safe and well. Certainly this school year will have different procedures from previous years, but the most important aspects remain the same: our caring compassion for each other, the dedication of our staff to the education of our students, and our supportive community of families. Whether students are engaged in virtual or in-person learning platforms, the Cranford Public School District staff and administration continue to partner on best practices for both learning environments. In addition, the safety, health and wellness of students and staff are always at the forefront of our efforts. As the 2020-2021 school year unfolds, we look forward to partnering together with our BPS families to create a fulfilling learning experience for all our students.
 
Take care and be well, 
 
Michael Klimko
Principal
Brookside Place School
 

News & Announcements

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Peace Week 2020

BPS and Cranford Public Schools will celebrate Peace Week Monday, 10/19 through Friday, 10/23 with five themed days.
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Halloween on Friday, 10/30

This year, in accordance with safety protocols, Halloween will be celebrated through a Spirit Day. Students are encouraged to wear orange, black, green and purple Halloween t-shirts and spirited face masks.
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BPS Makes a Difference

Brookside Place School donated more than 33 pounds of pop tabs to support Ronald McDonald House. The drive continues this year too!
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One Word for Kids

BPS students select meaningful words with the intention of having a great school year.

Upcoming Events

At A Glance

  • 6 Extra-Curricular Clubs
  • 2 Age-leveled playgrounds
  • Grant supported teacher initiatives
  • 99% Student Council led community service
  • 19:1 Student to teacher ratio in K-5 homerooms
  • School-wide character education initiatives
  • 14.9 Average years of experience BPS teachers have in public school education