Parent & Student Resources
General Mills Boxtops for Education
An easy way to get involved with the PTA and earn community service hours for your student is to collect boxtops from certain General Mills products. Just clip them on the dotted line and send them in to the school office where a collection box is located. About three times a year, the boxtops are mailed in and the PTA receives a check that goes towards PTA projects for the students and teachers. It’s an easy project that everyone can get involved with.
Kroger Plus Program Information
Recycling Printer Cartridges
Help the environment while helping the Brookland PTA by sending in used printer cartridges for the recycling program. Used cartridges can be dropped off at the office where a collection box is located. Collect these cartridges from your home and work and send them in for an easy way to help out the PTA.
About Brookland Middle School
In 1958, the construction of Brookland Junior High School was behind schedule, and the buildings were not ready on the day school opened. Therefore, the Brookland students and staff shared the facilities of Tuckahoe Junior High School until March of 1959, when Brookland students walked on their own campus for the first time. The buildings were named for historical homes of famous Virginians: Ashlawn, Berkeley, Monticello, Stratford, Westover, Corotoman, Gunston, and Kenmore. In 1972, Brookland Junior High was renamed Brookland Middle School. This represented a change in philosophy and in student population. Since then, the school has had sixth, seventh, and eighth graders. Brookland Middle is located in the Fairfield District.
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