Jr/Sr High Morning Announcements

Parents can now "Opt In" to receive SMS text messages! All you need to do is send "Y" or "Yes" to short code number, 67587.

Thursday, November 30th - Today is an A day!

Sliced Turkey or Philly Cheesesteak Sandwich, Mashed Potatoes & Gravy, Carrots, Dinner Roll

TOMORROW: Chicken Pasta Bake or Pizza, Vegetable Choice, Garlic Breadstick

JH Boys Basketball hosts Triangular ( New Lisbon & Cashton ): 5:30

*Starting Friday, Dec. 1st:
1st  Fleece Navidad - wear your
favorite fuzzy fleece
4th  Merry Grinchmas! – wear your
green or Grinch gear
5th  Mistle-TOE Tuesday - wear your
seasonal socks for all to see
6th  Deck the Halls – bring out your
favorite holiday accessories (think jewelry, necklaces, ties, garland, etc.)
7th  Blue, Blue Christmas – wear
blue and/or snowflakes
8th  Channel Your Flannel Friday - wear your
favorite flannel - bonus if Christmas colored

Deanna Wallace always comes into class with a positive attitude and a smile. She is willing to do whatever is asked and is not afraid to ask questions about the material she is assigned to in class. She works hard and is one of the most studious students in the classroom, always working on something to strive to improve herself and others around her.

I ATHLETES OF THE MONTH: I Cross Country: Miranda Arndt & August Rueckheim Football: Wyatt Maurhoff & Drew Powell Volleyball: Vanessa Anderson & Katie Lee
Bella Erickson for her Pop Art, Saleen Ford, Samantha Markee and Katie Powell for their Optical Illusions.

The HS LMC will be closed during Falcon Time TODAY, Nov. 30th.
Students, when you go on break in the middle of your class on block days, you should not "visit" other classes. That has been happening and I welcome knowing about it so I can follow up. If a teacher gets on you for being in their class when you're on a break, they're doing the right thing. If you want to get mad, you should get mad at me for advising the teachers to hold you accountable.


There will be a Forensics meeting for Oral Interp students in Ms. Arbanas's room during Falcon Time this Friday, Dec.1st. Additionally, there will be a meeting for Public Address students on Monday, Dec. 4th

Show off your Falcon Holiday SpiritStarting on Friday, Dec. 1st there will be a new dress-up day for each day of the month of December. Click here for the full calendar view.
The American Legion will be at Brookwood to talk to all Sophomores and Juniors during FT on Wednesday, Dec. 4th.  Please send them to the commons after attendance.

Julia Lewis, a Multicultural Admissions Counselor at the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse, will be visiting Brookwood High School during Falcon Time on Tuesday, Dec. 5th to meet with any students who are interested in learning more about UWL. Please let Mrs. Nemec know if you are interested, and she will request you in the Falcon Time document.  This is open to sophomores, juniors, and seniors.

We've found several lockers with an object wedged into the lock mechanism to keep it from locking shut. For one of our lockers, that locking mechanism has been permanently damaged. We've been unable to just replace the locking mechanism. Instead, we'll now need to replace that entire locker. Consequently, wedging objects into the lock mechanism is not allowed and will be followed with a consequence if you continue to do so. Lockers will be randomly checked & we will know who the lockers belong to by looking it up in Skyward.

click here for the schedule for the upcoming Falcon Mentoring Sessions.

Café 237 is OPEN during 1st hour until the end of the semester! Menus & order forms can be found outside of the HS Office. Submit your order form & cash payment to room 237 by 7:50am and your item(s) will be delivered to your designated location during 1st hour.

Please don't forget to check the lost & found. Some items have collected in the HS office, some are on a table in the Commons.

Reminder of class dues
Seniors to Ms. Holte, Juniors to Mrs. Sheehan, Sophomores to Mr. Da Prato, and Freshmen to Mr. Behrens.

As of January 1, 2024, drivers under the age of 18 will need to complete an in-person road test to obtain their Probationary license. Appointments for a road test can be scheduled 11 weeks in advance at wisconsindmv.gov/roadtest. Student drivers ages 16 and 17 who have completed their required driver education course, behind the wheel training, and 50 hours of supervised driving may still apply for the road test waiver through December 31, 2023.

Click here for the link to the Homecoming 2023 Pictures!


Our student handbook says that Advance Make-Up forms need to be completed and turned in at least one day prior to the field trip. Therefore, if you turn it in the day of the event, you'll be sent to the office and I will give you the bad news that you won't be able to go to the event. I'll also call your parents while referencing what it says in our handbook.

Falcon Time Reminders:
 -- Use of the HS Commons:
Junior High students will be using the Commons Mondays through Thursdays, Senior High students will get the Commons on Fridays. (This began at the start of 2nd quarter.)
 -- Travel Violations; Report Back to FT Teacher:

We've had an increase in travel violations during Falcon Time. After you go to see a teacher for help during Falcon Time, you'll need to report back to your original Falcon Time teacher before going elsewhere. We've had a number of students receive consequences for travel violations.
 -- Red Status = No Cell Phones:
If you're on red status, you're not allowed to use your cell phone during Falcon Time. Also, remember that with our new cell phone policy, you'll receive detentions for your 4th, 5th, and 6th violations. The violations you received during the 1st quarter stay with you... they did not reset. The detentions will be after school detentions. When you get to your 7th violation, then you start leaving your phone in the office all day.

Students are not allowed to roam the elementary hallways at any point during the school day. The elementary teachers and the elementary principal have reached out to me. Therefore, if you're caught roaming the elementary hallways, there will be a consequence.

Students are no longer allowed to ride the bus to a different location without a 
bus note. Bus notes are available in the HS Office, but parent/guardian consent will be required first. Bus drivers will turn you away without a bus note, so please plan ahead.

Locker Room & Classic Gym Expectations:
 -- Students can only go to the locker rooms before school, during P.E. class, or after school:
A decent amount of students have been going to the locker rooms during periods they don't have a P.E. class. Students can go to the locker rooms before school, during P.E. class, or after school. Also, a number of students stop by the gym during a classroom break, which interrupts the P.E. class. If a student is caught in the locker room during any other time, or interrupts a class, they'll receive a consequence. 
 -- No food is allowed in the locker rooms or Classic Gym from now on:
There has been food left in the locker rooms and in the Classic Gym on a number of occasions. It hasn't been easy to clean up. You will not be able to bring food into the locker room or into the Classic Gym. If a student is caught not following that expectation, a consequence will be given.
 -- Boys' Locker rooms need to be kept clean:
The Classic Gym boys' locker rooms have not been left in great shape by the time the evening custodian cleans them. Junior and senior high boys, if it doesn't improve, you'll most likely not enjoy the changes/limitations we'll be putting on the availability of that locker room.
 -- Classic Gym is not a shortcut:
Reminder to use the Classic Gym for P.E. class, not as a shortcut! It is possible to receive a consequence for not following this expectation

After school weightlifting expectations: Students, remember that after school when you're done lifting, you need to head to the Commons. However, we've noticed that some students are done lifting within 15 minutes and head to the Commons for the remainder of the time (which might be an hour or longer). Thank you for heading to the Commons but you're still unsupervised for a lengthy amount of time. Therefore, if you're going to stay after to lift, you need to have a plan for getting picked up in a timely manner. You won't be able to lift for just a handful of minutes and then spend the rest of the time in the Commons. You'll need to plan accordingly or receive a consequence.

Students leaving the parking lot too fast and/or driving recklessly were warned in the announcements on 9/26. Violators after this day will be given a consequence instead of a subsequent warning.