The fourth-grade students in attendance learned about robotics and bullet trains, to name just a few stations at the event.
The track and field competition between elementary schools returned to Brentwood for the first time since 2016.
Ten presenters graced Northeast Elementary's fourth- and fifth-grade classes with stories of how they got their starts in their careers.
The fifth-graders delighted the audience through an assortment of numbers on the recorder and through raised voices.
The 100th minute of the 100th day of school at Northeast Elementary was a great excuse for a dance party.
"Love All Your Chapters" was the theme across Brentwood during this awareness day for mental health.
Fifth-grader Laura Martinez sang two numbers by Lola Beltran and received a standing ovation for both performances.
Students in Ms. DiMassi's third-grade class participated in the project where they created "Blessing Bags."
The district creates a Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Team (DEIT) to examine the CRSE Framework from the state and the opportunities it may create for our schools.
Brentwood School District uses ParentSquare for school communication.