On October 31st in connection with our “Read Around Brodhead,” and continuing our celebration of reading, Brodhead Elementary will be conducting a school-wide Storybook Parade. The entire student body and staff will be dressing up as their favorite storybook character. Students can choose to dress as any character they want as long it is not a scary in nature. The parade will begin at the school at 1 PM and travel from Silver to West Street then right onto Main Street until they reach Citizens bank, where they will take a right on Short Street and return to BES via Silver Street. The students will be lined up by classrooms and escorted by the Brodhead Volunteer Fire Department. We would appreciate it if our parents and community could support our parade by lining the sidewalks of the parade route and cheering for our students as they travel along the path. There are a variety of areas that you may park at along the route. Dollar General Store, Brodhead Christian Church, Dairy Delite, and the parking lot across or beside Citizens Bank, Brodhead Baptist Church are several options. Our teachers are always concerned about our students’ safety. Therefore, we are not allowing parents to walk in the parade. Also, we will please ask that you would not ask students to get out of line to take their pictures. We need you as the audience so our children can strut their stuff, but more importantly we need to be able to keep our eyes on all of our children. We will return to school well before 3 PM and have our regular walker, parent pick-up and bus dismissal. The parade lineup will start with our kindergarten classrooms and conclude with our 5th grade students. We will be departing the BES bus loop promptly at 1:00. If there is rain, the storybook parade will be moved indoors, and visitors will be welcomed into the gym. If you have questions please feel free to contact Mr. Derrick at Brodhead Elementary and we will try to answer your questions. Brodhead Elementary would like to take this opportunity to invite visitors and special guests to help celebrate “Read Around Brodhead” by volunteering to read to our Brodhead Elementary students. We want to send an offer to former teachers, community members, government officials, and parents to take some time out of their busy days to share the importance of reading with our students. Thanks for your continued support.
Oct 11 2017
Brodhead Elementary Storybook Parade
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