Back to School Info

Back to School Info
Posted on 07/15/2019
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We can't wait to see you again! Get the info you need to start school off right by clicking on the bars below. 

Please also read a welcome message from Principal Krumsick.


And remember to share your first day photos with the hashtag #firstdayCK or email them to We’ll show off our students on our websites and district social media!  

Save the Date

Thursday, Aug. 29, 4:30–6 p.m
.: Open House & Meet & Greet

Wednesday, Sept. 4: First Day for grades 1-5

Monday, Sept. 9: First Day of Kindergarten

suppliesFamilies may make a donation of $35 to purchase school supplies at a savings. Please place the donation in a sealed envelope with your child's name on it. Your teacher will purchase all necessary supplies for the year. If you prefer to purchase your own, please contact our office for a list of the supplies the teacher will purchase.

All students will also need a pair of headphones (no earbuds for kindergarten and first grade). 

Fifth graders:

  • Orchestra: Essential Elements for Strings, Book 1
  • Band: Band Fundamentals, Book 1
Class lists will be posted at the Meet & Greet on August 29 at 4:30. 

Welcome to Brownsville Elementary.  We look forward to having your family start their schooling with us.

The below link to has been set up for you to schedule your child’s introduction time to kindergarten. 

This link will take you to the sign-up page.

During this time your child, along with about seven other new kindergarten children, will be participating in learning activities, meeting new friends, and getting to know the kindergarten teachers from Brownsville. 

The purpose for this time is to prepare class lists that may promote the best learning experience for your child and Brownsville’s kindergarten children.  

While your child is having fun learning, you will be meeting with Principal Krumsick to gain information about your child’s school routines and procedures.

Class lists will be published on August 29 at 4:30.


Find bus stops and times on our Buses page, under the Info section. 

We provide bus service to students who live more than a mile from their neighborhood school and students with special needs. We do not normally provide transportation to students who live outside of their normal school boundaries.  

Safe Walking Route

If your child walks to school, please encourage them to use a safe walking route. We suggest using one of the following routes (pdf).

You can pay for meals and many fees and fines directly to our main office or pay online through our district's Touchbase system. For online payments, you’ll need to know your student’s ID number, which is on report cards and available from our main office.

You can see past payments. Please note that there is a $1.75 service charge, except for lunch payments.