Laps@Lunch is program that allows Brown students to get outside, stretch their legs and walk during the lunch hour. The program, launched by Brown’s PE team and parent volunteers started as a pilot for 6th graders last year. This year, it will be available to all grades and will start on September 16.
The success of the program relies on parent volunteers so we need your help! Click here to find a time slot that works with your schedule!As the program is open to all grades this year, the time slots are 1.5 hours. Laps@Lunch only runs if parents volunteer, so please help us get your kids out for fresh air during the school day. Sign up today!
SEPAC is a volunteer organization of parents of children with special needs from preschool through high school. The organization runs an online forum where parents can ask other parents about special education programs, issues, policies, and resources. It also sponsors monthly informational meetings and works directly with the school administration regarding our children’s education.
A great way for 6th graders to get involved at Brown is to join the 6th-Grade Cross-Country Enrichment Program. This is a fun opportunity to meet other kids and enjoy being part of the middle school experience. No running experience required! An informational meeting for students will be held during the school day within the first few weeks of school so students can learn more.
Registration must be completed by September 18, 2019, on FamilyID. Click here for more information and to register.
New this year! All Brown students and families are invited to a back-to-school picnic on Thursday, September 5 from 5:30-7:30 pm on the Brown Athletic Fields adjacent to the school. Free pizza will be served while supplies last. There will be music and a free giveaway as well as BrownWear, frozen treats and cookies for sale. Enjoy seeing old friends and meeting new ones. Please RSVP here and sign up to volunteer!