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Friday, October 21st was PURPLE OUT day for our Marnie. October is Rett Syndrome Awareness Month and staff, teachers and students wore purple in honor of our Marnie Andreski who suffers with this syndrome. We hope to raise awareness of Rett and remember those who suffer daily from this. We love you Marnie!
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BISD students, teachers and staff supported #TeamGouge and Breast Cancer Awareness by sporting their pink today. At 2:45 a "Pink Out" pep rally will be held with students, cheerleaders and players supporting this cause. A picture will be taken for Denise Gouge with those wearing the Little Digger Fight On shirts.
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Red Ribbon Week is an alcohol, tobacco and other drug and violence prevention awareness campaign observed annually in October in the United States. Bremond’s High School Student Council Organization (StuCo) implements this campaign throughout the campuses.
· They will talk to the children in BISD about the dangers of drug abuse.
· They will talk about the importance in setting clear rules about not using drugs.
· They will set a good example for the children by not using illegal drugs or medicine without a prescription.
· And they will encourage family and friends to follow the same guidelines to keep children safe from substance abuse.
Bremond celebrates this campaign and students pledge to stay drug free by participating in a themed spirit week from October 24th - 28th.
The themes are as follows:
Monday Oct. 24th - Patriotic Day – “Support our Troops and our Pledge to be Drug Free!”
Tuesday Oct. 25th – Elderly Day - "Being Healthy Never Gets Old!"
Wednesday Oct. 26th – Pajama Day - "Follow Your Dreams by Not Doing Drugs"
Thursday Oct. 27th – Twin Day – “Double Up Against Drugs!”
Friday Oct. 28th – Red Day – “School Spirited Tigers Don't Need Drugs to Win!”If students wish to participate in dressing up for Red Ribbon Week, they must be in dress code as outlined in the student handbook. For example, all hats, movie/TV characters, pajama outfits etc. must be school and morally appropriate. Please direct questions to your son/daughters homeroom teacher before the spirit week.This information will be on the school website and the Facebook page. You are welcome to put this information into a flier to send home with parents.Attached are drug awareness coloring books and workbooks that can cater from K-8. They are scanned in at high resolution so they can be clearly read from the Promethean board if used as a presentation.***Spirit day winners will be awarded at the pep rally on . I will be getting everyone their supplies at the beginning of next week.
Congratulations to our Bremond Students!read more
Artwork by three students at Bremond ISD were selected to be in the Texas Art Education Association’s exhibit displayed at the TASA/TASB Conference this year. Eight Grader Vivian LeSpade’s dot painting “Royal Outback” was selected along with Riley Slafka’s Chinese Dragon entitled, “Ultimate Element Dragon”. Both pieces were created when they were in 7th Grade. Bremond High School Freshman, Kendall Johnson had an art piece accepted that was created when she was in 8th Grade. This piece, an oil pastel inspired by the artist Georgia O’Keeffe, is titled, “Double O’Keeffe”. Congratulations to all three artists for this honor.
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It is an honor and a privilege to the principal at Bremond High School. I could not ask for better treatment than what has been given to me and my family from Mr. Stuard and staff. We are looking forward to the upcoming year and a chance to be a part of such a great school district and community.
As the principal of Bremond High School I will demand a school system which reinforces high moral standards for our students, as well as a strong desire to see children achieve high levels of success academically, athletically, musically, agriculturally, and in all extracurricular activities as well. I am an enormous supporter of all extracurricular activities, but make no mistake, the most important job we do here in Bremond is to provide a high quality education for the youth of this community.
I am happily looking forward to becoming part of the Tiger family and tradition, and am determined to help the students of Bremond continue to aim for excellence.
Principal Bremond High School
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