This is a short week at Bradley. From our Bradley family to yours, I would like to wish you all a very Happy Thanksgiving!
There will be no school November 26-30.
It’s time for seniors to submit their senior pictures for the yearbook. The official deadline is December 17, but anyone who submits their photo before November 30 will be entered in a raffle for a FREE YEARBOOK! Click the link below to get to the Senior Picture info on the yearbook website. Photos can be submitted there. Don’t miss out! Submit those senior pictures NOW! Please direct any questions to firstname.lastname@example.org
FOUR AND FIVE YEAR OLDS NEEDED
Our Advanced Child Development Class is need of 4 or 5 year old children for their final project. They would be needed for 1 hour (from 9:30 – 10:30 a.m.) on Friday Dec. 19th. As a culminating conclusion to the course (and part of their exam), the students are planning a variety of activities that are appropriate for 4 and 5-year-olds. During this hour our students will lead activities, observe the children and interact with them during the activities.
If you can help us out by providing a child for this special opportunity, please contact Mrs. Cindy Moore at email@example.com . If you don’t have a child to lend, but know someone who does, please pass this information to them.
Thank you in advance for helping make this an authentic learning experience for our Bradley Students.
THIS WEEK AT BRADLEY
Use this link to find out what is happening at Bradley High School this week.
INTERESTING READS FOR PARENTS
In looking for an article to share for this Thanksgiving week, I thought this was perfect! Enjoy time with your families.
HAVE A GREAT WEEK!
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About sixty 8th grade advanced art students from Memorial Middle School visited Bradley High School on Tuesday, November 18th. The 8th grade students attended regularly scheduled high school painting, ceramics and photography classes. They were able to see the caliber of work the high school students produce in final form and at various stages of progress. High school students were eager to teach the middle school students about art making in their chosen media and the eighth graders were allowed time to perform a quick application of media in each class that they visited.
The field trip culminated in a presentation of high school art course offerings, a presentation of the art department’s newly launched website and a question and answer session. With scheduling for next year in the near future, the ultimate goal was to afford the 8th grade students an opportunity to choose the courses they are most interested in based off of first-hand experience. This, along with open and friendly communication, will get them “Ready for Tomorrow.”
-by Katie Owens, Hilliard Bradley High School Art Department
SENIORS! Submit your senior picture for the yearbook before November 30, and you will be entered in a raffle for a FREE YEARBOOK! Click the link below to get to the Senior Picture info on the yearbook website. You can submit your photo there. Don’t miss out! Submit your senior picture NOW!
As their senior year goes on, for some athletes their last athletic season has come to a close. Six athletes will be continuing on with their sports in college. These seniors signed their National Letters of Intent November 12, fulfilling their dreams of playing in college.
Students include basketball players Ashley Hummel (Southern Illinois University), Darby Connors (Kent State University),and Meredith Miller (Western Michigan University); volleyball player Raimey Benson (West Liberty University); cross country runner Tes Corea (University of Cincinnati); and lacrosse player Alex Anton (St. Francis).
New York Times Bestselling author Jay Asher visited Bradley on Thursday, November 13 to speak with students as part of his 50 States Against Bullying tour. Asher is the author of Thirteen Reasons Why, a text that 9th grade students read in English class. Asher photo courtesy of Ruthie Berger.