Marguerite Masson, Principal
Michael Barnes, Assistant Principal
BROOKFIELD SCHOOL VISION
Our mission is to educate all students to high academic standards in an environment that cultivates character, fosters pro]social behavior and inspires the love of learning.
BROOKFIELD SCHOOL MISSION
The Brookfield School is committed to sharing the philosophy, mission and goals of the Brockton Public Schools. By viewing the school as an extension of the family, the educational progress of each student becomes a shared responsibility between the school and the home. Together we will strive to foster a lifelong love of learning, an appreciation of the cultural diversity of our community and an environment that promotes academic excellence and high standards for all.
135 Jon Drive
Brockton, MA 02302
Hours: 9:00 a.m. - 3:15 p.m.
- About Us
- Principal's Message
- School Facts & Highlights
- Contact Us
- School Improvement Plan
- Brookfield School Report Card & Overview
The Brookfield School Offers ...
- Reading initiatives, including a literacy closet, peer and buddy reading, and literacy learning centers.
- The Second Step program for character education.
- A vibrant Parent Teacher Organization that supports learning and sponsors activities including the Fall Festival, Thanksgiving Parade, Holiday Workshop, Annual Fun Day and 6thgrade dinner/dance. Family activities like the Bingo for Books, Literacy Nights and Family Games Nights are offered in conjunction with the Title I Department.
- Student of the Month recognition program.
Welcome to the Brookfield School. Our school offers a very safe, pleasant and productive atmosphere for learning.
The school staff shares a common spirit of providing opportunities for learning in a caring environment. Teachers have a genuine interest and regard for their students. Academic achievement is emphasized along with positive social and emotional growth. Continuous professional development enables the teachers to remain on the cutting edge of educational research. This is evident in all areas of the school curriculum.
The staff and I recognize the importance of parent involvement as an ingredient for the success of our elementary program. The Parent Teacher Organization is very active and provides the children with educational and cultural events throughout the year. We encourage all parents to participate in the P.T.O. which meets regularly once a month, on Monday evenings at 6:30 p.m. Check our Facebook page for the schedule.
You and your child will benefit greatly from your involvement at school. Our cooperative efforts will provide and enhance a successful school experience.
Brookfield School Administrative Team
Brookfield Elementary School
135 Jon Drive, Brockton, MA 02302
Hours: 9:00 a.m. - 3:15 p.m.
Early dismissal: 12:15 p.m.
North Zone, Grades K-5
Building & Facilities
Built in 1963; 22 classrooms, 1-5; 8 Full day Kindergarte Classroomsn; 250 seat cafeteria and auditorium; library; gymnasium, 30 station computer lab, fenced in courtyard (play area), fenced in school yard for security, adjacent to city recreational areas which are available for school use, natural setting of school is ideal for nature walks and outdoor activities.
General Education Program
Special Education Program
SEI Cape Verdean Program
School Wide TITLE 1 Services
Citizen of The Month Program
Instrumental Band Program
Brookfield School Chorus
Parent Involvement Program Activities
Parent Teacher Organization
Partners in Excellence Volunteer Program
Smart Start Extended Day Program
Marguerite Masson: 508-580-7257
Michael Barnes: 508-580-7257
Judith Elson: 508-580-7257 | FAX 508-580-7073
School Nurse 508-580-7334
Instructional Resource Specialist: 508-894-4356
Reading Resource Specialist: 508-894-4354
School Adjustment Counselors: 508-580-7037
Community School Coordinators: 508-580-7211
Extended Day Coordinators: 508-580-7211
Every Brockton Public School has an individual School Improvement Plan, a two‐year strategic plan for schools to follow to achieve academic and non-academic goals. The plans are developed among school leadership, faculty and staff and serve as a blueprint for success.
School Improvement plans require school personnel to set challenging goals for student performance, and must articulate the strategies the school staff will use to reach their targets.
In addition to approving each school’s SIP, Central Office conducts three to four “Walk Throughs” per school per year to gather data and provide feedback to site-level leaders about how effectively the plans are being implemented. What’s exciting about this is that everyone recognizes the importance of this kind of feedback and is actively supporting this kind of valuable work – principals, teachers, administrators and union officials.