The Brooklyn High School community came together to celebrate a variety of Hurricane pride-filled Homecoming festivities on Friday, October 15th through Saturday, October 16th.
Homecoming Week is an annual opportunity for students to show their Hurricane pride and school spirit, and Brooklyn students rose to this year’s challenge with creativity and excitement!
Brooklyn students recently took an opportunity to stay active while showing their support for local safety forces by participating in a Community Hike & Bike on Wednesday morning, October 13, 2021.
Seventh grade students in Mrs. Sherrin Frate’s math class recently engaged in collaborative learning through a series of rotation groups.
During the last two weeks of September, students across the Brooklyn City Schools demonstrated the importance of kindness and empathy by supporting the Start with Hello campaign sponsored by the Brooklyn High School Key Club.
Update from Superintendent Caleris regarding the district's ongoing strategic planning process.
As part of a strategic effort to ensure that facilities are properly maintained and upgraded, the Brooklyn City Schools are in the process of completing a wide range of capital improvement projects throughout the entire district campus.
Click below to view the District's Reset and Restart Plan for the 2021-22 school year.