- Braden River MS
While we faced many challenges this year, it ended up being a really good year and we have every student, parent, teacher and staff member to thank for it. Now that the 20-21 school year has come to an end, it is now time for everyone to enjoy a well-deserved summer break and prepare for 21-22 school year.
We would like to wish our 8th graders well in high school next year. We are confident they will be successful in all endeavors. For our 6th & 7th graders, we look forward to welcoming them back in the fall for another great year!
Mark your calendars. On Thursday, August 5th, we will host our Schedule Pick-Up event. We will provide more information as we get closer to the date. School resumes for all on Tuesday, August 10th.
For those who were invited, summer school starts on Tuesday, June 1st. Students must be dropped off on the east end of the parent loop (Gate B) by Learning Cottage #6 at 8 am and picked up no later than 12 pm. Masks are optional for summer school and will be next year as well.
Summer office hours are Monday-Thursday, 9 am - 3 pm and due to construction, the main office will be moved to the multi-purpose room (adjacent to the gym) beginning on Monday, June 7th.
Thank you for your patience, understanding, cooperation & support this year. We are the home of the Panthers, where we believe & achieve!
Have a wonderful Memorial Day and an awesome summer!
Braden River Middle School
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