- Braden River MS
This week's message from our Principal, Mrs. Zenon-Richardson
Good evening, Panther families!
In my 24 years of being an educator, I would have never imagined the school year to end in such an unconventional way. I'm so accustomed to seeing the students, being able to say goodbye and wishing them well while holding back tears and sharing the same with teachers and staff. Since the current state of the world did not allow it to be so, I felt compelled to send one last Panther family message. Even with all of the challenges we've faced, it has been an amazing year and I would like to thank every student, parent, teacher and staff member for your pride in our school, your love of learning and your commitment to continually grow. Braden River Middle School could not have been successful without you or your support!
In three quarters, we were able to accomplish so much together, we implemented new policies and procedures to maintain campus safety, we exceeded our academic achievement goals and for the first time ever, we earned the Blue Ribbon Schools of Excellence Lighthouse award. You guys are all truly amazing!
Have an awesome summer vacation filled with laughter, fun, relaxation, good health and safety. To our 8th graders, best wishes next year in high school. We encourage you to continue to believe and achieve and we know you will do well! 6th & 7th graders, we will see you back here next year for another amazing year.
It has been my pleasure to serve Braden River Middle School, the home of the Panthers, where we believe and achieve!
Braden River Middle School
You can access all previous Principal messages under Parents & Students: Principal's Messages.
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