Welcome to Brookport Elementary

Mrs. Brooke Durham-Principal

Parent/Teacher Conference

Parent-Teacher conferences will be held on Thursday, October 7th from 12-7pm. There is no school on this day. You may choose to come in-person or have a virtual meeting. Masks are required for all persons entering the building. Each classroom teacher sent a note home with instructions for scheduling an appointment time. Our teachers are always available via email. You can find their emails on the school website. You can also call at anytime to request they return your call or schedule a meeting. We look forward to seeing you on Thursday!

Parent Survey Link: Brookport Parent Survey

Brookport Elementary Vision:

To create a community of academic excellence that will produce lifelong learners who will contribute to the society by being respectful, responsible, safe and caring.

Brookport Elementary Mission:

Promote academic excellence through high expectations and academic rigor while encouraging a love of learning through the use of a differentiated instructional approach that recognizes the uniqueness of each student.




Encourage Excellence

Show a Positive Attitude

Prepare Yourself

Exercise Self Control

Cooperate with Others

Tolerate Individual Difference

Treat Other the Way YOU Want to Be Treated


Respect (August/September)

Pride (October)

Generosity (November)

Caring (December)

Trustworthy (January)

Responsibility (February)

Fairness (March)

Citizenship (April)

Perseverance (May)

If you would like to receive text message alert reminders from the school, please text @brookport to 81010.

Student Immunizations & Health Forms

Physical forms are required for all new students, kindergarten students, and returning sixth grade students. Blood lead screenings are required of children below the age of six if they have not been previously screened.

All children enrolling in kindergarten and any student enrolling for the first time in school are required to have an eye examination.

Physical & Vision Exams can be dated within 1 year of Aug. 12, 2020.

All Illinois children in kindergarten, Grade 2, Grade 6, and Grade 9 are required to have an oral health examination. School dental examinations must have been completed within the 18 months prior to the May 15 deadline.

Please contact the office if you have any questions regarding health records. Forms are below.

IMMUNIZATION - Health Examination Form

DENTAL - IDPH Proof of School Dental Examination Form

EYE - IDPH Eye Examination Report Form