December 7-11 Update


  • December 7-10 -Gift Card Drive
  • December 8- Christmas Sweater Day
  • December 11- Santa/Holiday Hat Day
  • December 11 – Hot lunch Day **Date Change
  • December 16-Christmas Socks Day
  • December 18- PJ Day         

Message from the Principal

I wanted to let our Brooke community know that I will be going on leave in the mid/end of January. In my time at Brooke, I’ve learned that we have a dedicated staff, kind and harding working students, and a supportive parent community. Brooke certainly has been a great place to work, learn, and play and I will certainly miss seeing everyone!

I would also like to share that your new Principal, Katy Homeniuk, will be starting at Brooke when we return in January. Ms. Homeniuk is the current Vice-Principal of Gibson Elementary.  Prior to that, she was a Vice-Principal in Vancouver before moving to Delta. Please join me in welcoming Ms. Homeniuk to the Brooke community.

Brooke Gives Back!

This past week, Brooke held a Coin Drive instead of our traditional canned food and toy drives in support of Deltassist. This week, we will be collecting gift cards to support local families and seniors in need. We are looking to collect GCs for grocery stores, gas cards, department stores, and toy and book stores. This year, there is more need in our community so any support our Brooke families can provide would be greatly appreciated. Also, if you weren’t able to send your in your coins last week, you are always welcome to send in your donations this week. 

Masks Update

As many families are aware, Dr. Bonnie Henry recently mandated masks in all public spaces. In consideration of this, we are asking that all parents and visitors wear masks on the school grounds. We continue to ask that everyone keeps their distance and that we minimize the time on the school grounds before and after school. Please encourage your children to arrive and leave the school as close to their start/end times as possible. We also encourage families to not use the playgrounds before and after school, as people tend to gather and it is harder to maintain our physical distancing.

During the day, Dr. Henry has stated that mask use in school is still optional. At Brooke, our staff understand and respect that many students are unable to wear masks for a variety of reasons, particularly our younger students. When students are in their learning cohorts/classrooms, there is an option to not wear them. We are, however, encouraging students who are able to wear a mask to do so in public spaces. To support this, we have provided all of our students with a mask, should families wish their child(ren) wear one.  

Please feel free to reach out with any questions you may have to Thank you for your continued support as we work towards keeping our Brooke community safe and healthy.


We’ve had a great time decorating our doors this past week.  Check out the creativity flowing through our school! The holiday spirit is certainly spreading in our Brooke hallways!