Dear Florence Brasser Families;
“Together we teach and inspire excellence for all learners.” -District Mission
“Learning together, Leading together, Achieving together” -Building Vision
Brasser Elementary welcomes the family –school partnership:
We have nearly reached the mid-way point of the school year and it’s amazing how fast this year is flying by! There are so many wonderful things going on in your child’s classroom and we hope you have a chance to hear about them each day. As always, please feel free to contact your child’s teacher or us in the office if you have any questions or concerns.
By now, you have obviously noticed the pace, workload, and expectations continue to increase in all classrooms and at every level. We continue to expect growth when we assess students on their reading and math. The most noticeable improvements are made by those who are working hard not only at school, but who are showing effort at home by doing their homework and reading.
Here at Brasser, our number one priority is ensuring all children have a safe, supportive quality learning environment. We will continually look to improve the safety of our school. We apologize for any inconvenience; however, limiting access, increasing the adherence to a consistent protocol for entry and increased monitoring of those wishing to gain access to the school are some of the steps we will continue to address as we move forward.
We look forward to finishing this year strongly by working with you and your most treasured resource... your child.
For years, schools have focused on equality, aiming to provide an educational environment equal for all students. In recent times, that paradigm has shifted to equity, that is, giving everyone what they need to be successful.
Elementary students created activity books for children in UR Medicine’s Golisano Children’s Hospital, making 300 of them to donate to patients ahead of the holiday season.
The GCHS Service Club brought in more than $4,500 for Gates Chili families through its annual homeroom drive. Each year the Service Club uses the funds from this drive to adopt families from around the district and provide them with food and gifts for the holidays.