Patrick Sweetnich - United
States Marine Corps
How good it is when one of our
own returns back to the "River."
That's just what happened when Patrick came back to school
with his recruiter to show that people really can survive
training. Private Sweetnich is looking forward to finishing
his advanced training which will give him a valuable work
related skill to use in proudly serving his country in the
United States Marine Corps.
Yearbooks will be on sale for $75.00
before school and also during lunch.
Checks should be made payable to BRHS.
Yearbooks can also be ordered online at
Use order #1636 and put your English teacher
as your homeroom teacher
(there is a $3.50 processing fee for online orders).
FFA Alumni Wanted
Attention parents, former students, community members, and any other supporters of the
BRHS Agriscience/FFA Program. Consider getting involved with the BRHS FFA Alumni.
Fill out the Involvement Sheet, include your dues, send them in to one of the agriculture
teachers and help to contribute to our growing program!
Click here for the Alumni form.
October is National Bullying Prevention Month
Click here for the link to Jodie Blanco's site
on how she survived bullying from 5th grade
to her senior year - "Please Stop Laughing at Me"
It is National Bullying Prevention Month. Around campus many of our students will be proudly
displaying green key chains on their backpacks, purses, folders, and/or keys which states
"Take A Stand and Lend A Hand - Stop Bullying!"
Tips on the back of the key chain include:
Never bully others.
Help anyone who is being Bullied.
Be friendly to students who are left out.
Our students are making sure the word is heard
that at BRHS - we will not stand for bullying!
Students want everyone to know the green key chains
means "When you see the Green - I am not mean"!
Post Secondary Education
100 Colleges, Universities
& Technical Schools
Monday, October 24, 2011
Manatee Civic Center
6:30 to 8:30 pm
One Haben Blvd. Palmetto,
here for the event flyer.
Always Have More
Tools In Their Back Pocket!
training is designed to help parents learn the most effective
ways of interacting
with their children
no matter what the age. Parents will learn how to recognize the
to behaviors as well as consequences
that can occur during a verbal battle. Parents will also
how to identify junk behavior and how to react to attention
seeking behaviors. Three
specific tools will be taught to lessen
the occurrences of a child's challenging and stressful
The goal of this training is for parents to experience fewer
and to find more enjoyable time with their kids.
Parents can always benefit from having
more tools in their back
November 8th and November 15th from
6:00 to 9:00 PM (must attend both)
Woodland Baptist Church
9607 E. State Road 70, Bradenton
Training is provided by Jean Ott
Board Certified Behavior
To sign up
contact Laura Sava
at 751-6550 extension 2242
limited to 40 participants
BRHS FFA Alumni is organizing its first annual
Patrick Lay Memorial Car Show
for Sunday, December 4th, 2011
Click here for the flyer