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Brook Knoll SVUSD

Volunteer Information

All individuals who wish to volunteer on campus in any capacity and/or volunteer to drive on field trips must complete a volunteer packet and have the appropriate documents on file in the school office at least two weeks prior to volunteering. 


Volunteer Packets and instructions can be found in the front office at school, or downloaded and printed from the link below.  Completed packets are to be returned to the front office. 

Link to Volunteer Forms


Driver Registration Forms can be found in the front office at school or downloaded from the link below.  Completed forms are to be returned to the front office with a current copy of your driver's license, vehicle registration, and insurance declarations page. 

Link to Driver Registration Form

  • Every driver must also complete a Field Trip Notice and Medical Authorization - Adult form located in the front office.  (online link coming soon)

School Immunization Information

Health and Medical Forms

Allergy Action Plan SCC Schools.pdf - For severe allergic reaction

Asthma Form SCC Schools.pdf - To use an inhaler at school

Authorization for medicine.pdf - For both prescription and over the counter medications

Seizure Care Plan SCC Schools.pdf


CHDP Exam.pdf - Health Exam Form

Oral Health Assessment.doc - Dental Exam Form


For additional information from our Nurse's Office click on the link below:



Brook Knoll Elementary will be closed on

Monday, January 15, 2018

News From Nurse Lisa

Dear SVUSD Families,
Cold and flu season is has officially arrived in SVUSD. We are experiencing a rise in “ILI’s” (influenza-like illness) at all of our school sites. Please check your child before school for signs of illness (runny nose, cough, no appetite for breakfast). Any temperature of 100* or greater indicates illness, and your child should not come to school. They should remain home until they have been free of fever for a full 24 hours WITHOUT fever reducing medicine. The same rule applies for vomiting! So….if your child has vomited and/or has a temp of 100 at 9am on Monday morning, they should not be at school on Tuesday, even if the fever breaks or they are feeling better during the day. This is important to prevent the spread of illness to other students.


Here are a few more tips from the CDC:
1. Get a flu shot annually (if you haven’t already gotten one… it’s not too late!)
2. Wash your hands frequently with soap and water (best) or hand sanitizer
3. Frequently wipe down regularly touched surfaces with an antibacterial wipe (door knobs, sink knobs, keyboards, desktops)
4. Avoid the sharing of beverages and utensils
5. Teach your child to cover their cough with a tissue or their sleeve (not your hand!)
6. Stay home if you are sick! (must be free of fever for 24 hours)
7. Avoid touching your eyes or face. This is one way germs are transmitted
8. Check with your physician if you become ill with flu-like symptoms.
(Anti-viral medication may be prescribed to reduce the length and severity of illness)


And Other “Cooties”…. When the weather chills and children spend more time together in close quarters, we often see an increase in head lice. Sleepovers, huddling together sharing electronics and headphones, watching videos etc. are prime opportunities for lice to crawl from head to head. Check your child’s head regularly for signs of lice (live bugs) or nits (eggs.) Keep hair short, or apply hair gel or oil and keep hair tied up or back. Our local lice treatment specialists at Nitless Noggins offer additional suggestions and prevention tips: Head lice and children.


Please be sure to report any communicable disease to the office as soon as possible, including head lice. Be assured that we handle these reports with complete confidentiality.


Wishing you and your family a HAPPY AND HEALTHY HOLIDAY SEASON!!!
xoxo Nurse Lisa
Lisa Tripp, BSN, RN, PHN, CSN – District Nurse SVUSD

Brook Knoll Calendar

2017-2018 School Year Spirit Days

Brook Knoll

Although every Friday is Spirit Day at Brook Knoll and students are encouraged to wear their Brook Knoll SpiritWear, about once a month the Student Leadership team designates a special Spirit Day.  Please see below for upcoming dates:


January 26th - Crazy Hair Day

February 23rd - Rock 'n Roll Day

March 2nd - Patriotic Day/Read Across America Day

March 9th - College Day

April 27th - Sports Day

May 24th - Pajama Day

June 1st - Beach Day

Single Plan for Student Achievement (SPSA)

The Single Plan for Student Achievement (SPSA) is a document, created in collaboration with the School Site Council, that represents a school's cycle of continuous improvement of student achievement. The annual process of developing, reviewing, and updating the SPSA includes a comprehensive review of data and the development of actions necessary to achieve school goals. 

Click here for a full report: 2016 SPSA Single Plan for Student Achievement

School Accountability Report Card (SARC)

Facility Use forms

Instructions, Rules, Fee Schedules and Forms to use any of the school site facilities can be found on the SVUSD website, or click the link here: