Both the “Grade-Level Overview” and “PTA Budget Framework” presentations are linked below. Thanks to all who attended the PTA meeting. We will see all of our students rested and ready to learn Tuesday, April 22nd.

Best,

Principal Young

2014-2015 Grade Level Overviews

PTA Budget Presentation 2014

Huge thanks to the businesses that stepped up for 2014 to support Brent’s 2014 Spring Gala.  Proceeds from this great event support Brent academics and programming.  Visit the Spring Gala page to view the participating restaurants providing great food and the Platinum ($2,000+), Gold ($1,000+), Silver ($500+) and Friends of Brent (250+) sponsors.  Let’s be sure to support these local businesses and thank them for their contributions. [Read More]

Friday, February 21st is “NO UNIFORM DAY” at Brent.  Students are encouraged to wear red in celebration of Chinese New Year activities.

Museum Night will be held Thursday, February 20th from 6:30-7:30 pm. Come out and see the student’s hard work.

Groundbreaking initiative brings sustainable design full circle

Brent joins a select group of pilot projects now certified under the Sustainable Sites Initiative™ (SITES™) Rating System for sustainable land design, construction and maintenance.  Brent was awarded a one-star rating by the SITES program, an interdisciplinary effort led by the American Society of Landscape Architects, the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center at The University of Texas at Austin and the United States Botanic Garden to create a voluntary, national rating system and guidelines for sustainable landscapes of all types, with or without buildings. Certification is based on The Sustainable Sites Initiative: Guidelines and Performance Benchmarks 2009.

In June 2010, Brent was one of more than 150 national and international projects to begin testing the 4-star rating system and guidelines. Located five blocks from the nation’s Capitol, this greyfield site with asphalt dominated grounds was transformed into a sustainable landscape that educates students, parents, and neighborhood residents about green infrastructure. Improvements include the removal of 1,600 square feet of asphalt and the installation of pollinator gardens, [Read More]