Brick Multicultural Literacy Night 2018

Brick staff and families enjoyed a wonderful evening of reading, crafting, eating, listening to music and learning.  We think it is important to celebrate and embrace our unique diversity!

                  Teacher reading to families.

                         

Brick Elementary prepares students for the future through the teaching of STEM: science, technology, engineering and mathematics.  We use engineering, environmental science and mathematics as a basis for learning across all curriculum areas. It is an educational environment that emphasizes intellectual curiosity and individual responsibility.

Brick Elementary has been a STEM school since 2015, promoting critical thinking in Brick students using this innovative approach to learning.

Spotlights

STEM article highlights Brick Elementary School's STEM Program on MLive:

"STEM program emphasis challenges, builds success for Lincoln School students"   

http://www.mlive.com/sponsor-content/?scid=121011&prx_t=Tu4CAKtcRAnM0LA

    

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Check Out the Science Olympiad Program!

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Brick Elementary School collaborated with Ford Motor Company to demonstrate an electric Ford Focus to students. Steve Daleiden, Advanced Projects Supervisor and Gil Portalatin, Chief Engineer of the Ford Focus electric car not only demonstrated the vehicle, they also presented information to students about how electric cars operate and impact the environment.

 

Brick students with engineers learning about ball bearings.
STEM Maker Session NSK Corporation engineers came to teach us about ball bearings. Our Brick families were able to even build their own bearing!
School + Health = Successful Students
Health Guidelines Parents and childcare home providers often ask, when should a child be sent home for illness? Here are SIX reasons to call a parent and ask that a child be picked up from daycare or school as soon as possible.

Brick Entrance

Principal

David Northrop
Brick Elementary

8970 Whittaker Road
Ypsilanti, MI 48197

734-484-7031
734-484-7049 Fax

School Hours
Office: 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM
School: 8:50 AM - 3:41 PM

Half-day: 8:50 AM -11:41 AM
Early Release: 8:50 AM -1:26 PM

Absences: (734) 484-7031

 

ChildCare Bus Form 2018

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