Eighth Grade Shadow Day Meets “Pink Out” Day
The “8th Grade Shadow Day” collided with “Pink Out Day” in the fall, for a great day of fun and celebration for our 8th grade students and high school Students. Each year our high school students celebrate cancer survivors during Breast Cancer Awareness month by wearing pink from head to toe! This is not only a great break from school uniforms but a great opportunity for our students to acknowledge those on our faculty and in our Bradshaw community who fight this fight. This year the day also landed on the 8th Grade Shadow day, so our future high school students were treated to an extra-colorful rally and tour through classes. Their day ended with a Q&A session with our dean and a pizza lunch.
Other opportunities provided our 8th grade students include voluntary participation in PSAT testing, inclusion in open house activities, participation in college fairs and coffees put on by our College and Career Director, Marlena Norman, and much more. If you’re interested, see the “8th Grade Agenda” in the middle school office.