Brook Avenue Elementary

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  • Houston and Vidana appointed to fill vacancies on the Waco ISD board

    Trustees received letters from 20 individuals interested in being appointed to the board.

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  • Adopt-a-School Partnership Breakfast awards community volunteers

    Waco ISD hosted its 5th Annual Partnership Recognition Breakfast honoring the Adopt-a-School Partners from across the district.

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  • Summer learning opportunities for remediation, acceleration and enrichment

    Waco ISD will host a variety of summer learning opportunities for students seeking remediation, acceleration or enrichment.

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  • WISD to host free summer meals program

    Free breakfasts and lunches will be available to children ages 1-18 from June 3 - August 14.

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  • Waco ISD Board opts to fill vacancies by appointment

    Individuals interested in being considered for an appointment to either the at-large seat representing the entire school district or to the position representing Trustee District 3 should submit a letter expressing their interest no later than May 31.

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  • Perez resigns from Waco ISD board citing health problems

    After 17 years, Perez is the longest-serving Hispanic school board member in the district’s history.

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  • Welcome to Brook Avenue Elementary

    Brook Avenue Elementary School reflects its street name - Brook Avenue - and is nestled within the Brook Oaks Neighborhood Association along the banks of the Brazos River. Peppered with stately oak trees, this picturesque slice of Waco boasts a rich and diverse history. Several events over the past 15 years have generated a sense of pride and ownership within the community. 

    Just a little over 20 years ago in 1993, the Brook Oaks Neighborhood Association was formed with the purpose to "unite and organize the community; to promote and establish closer neighborhood ties; and to encourage and assist in the restoration, preservation, and improvement of the neighborhood." Six years later in 1999, Brook Ave. Elementary was rebuilt at its current location. With a relatively new neighborhood association and elementary school, the future was bright for this north central Waco neighborhood. 

    It serves as one of the main hubs of activity for the community and serves the areas' children, providing a safe learning environment that is rigorous and relevant in content.

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