Wear Blue on Tuesday!
April is National Autism Awareness Month and we would once again like to ask the Staff and Faculty at Bremond to show their support of the students at Bremond with Autism. As we did last year we invite everyone to wear Blue on Tuesday, April 25th and to meet outside at the Elementary Front Entrance at 7:50 a.m. Last year when we took the photo at the end of the school date it impacted students who rode the bus, so this year we switched it to the start of the school day to hopefully help with that issue. Attached is a photo from last year and a poster that Senior Robbie Brewer did for Autism Awareness 2017.
If you have any questions please contact Ms. Miller in the B105 Art Room.
KBTX DQ "Treat of the Day" Video Clip Included
Eric Wilganowski, a junior at Bremond High School, recently competed in the Robertson County Fair with a Science Fair Project in the 16-year-old age division and received a 2nd place ribbon for his chemistry project titled What Energizes You?. This project analyzed multiple products to reveal which item for consumption has the most electrolytes to aid in boosting energy. Based upon his research, orange juice has the most electrolytes. It will restore your body’s cells better than Gatorade or tap water.
Congratulations 1st Grade!
Congratulations to Mrs. Fuller and her first graders! They were chosen as a winner in the Studentreasures grant giveaway for the 2016-2017 school year. They received a check for$100.00 to be used in their classroom!
Mrs. Fuller heard about a company that publishes children's written work, and if chosen, will publish a book of their stories. Her class was selected based on their stories they wrote about being thankful. The class received a copy of the book and parents could purchase a book online with their child's published work. You can purchase the book at Studetreasures.com.
Way to go first grade!! We are so proud of you!!
Congratulations Mr. Groholski
Come on out and support our band!!
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