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Attached are (2) letters for your review. The first letter is from our school nurse, Mrs. Miller, and outlines procedures she will be following in our Health Office. The other letter is a "Return to School" form which we will start requesting to be filled out each time your child is absent from school. We will be mailing home copies of both letters to each family, as well as posting them on our school website under the School Reopening link. Thank you for our support and understanding. Go Braves!
Every September 15 is International Dot Day and today we start with a story about a little girl named Vashti, the protagonist of Peter H. Reynolds’ tale, “The Dot.”
Vashti felt like she couldn’t draw — but her art teacher wouldn’t accept that. “Just make a mark, and see where it takes you,” the teacher said to Vashti. So, she marked her parchment paper with a small dot. The next day, Vashti was surprised to find her paper with the dot on the classroom wall. Vashti was so proud of her work that she started creating drawings with different kinds of dots.
Eventually, Vashti was able to pass onto someone else the lesson about confidence that she had learned from her teacher. A dot might be small, but it’s a powerful way to show your unique individuality and creativity. And that’s the story that started International Dot Day. The end.
BCS students and staff enjoyed Dot Day today!view image
The Bradford Central School District would like to remember and honor the victims and hero’s of September 11, 2001. Nineteen years has passed since this tragic day but the sacrifices of so many will never be forgotten. Stay safe, strong and patriotic BCS!