Bright Elementary recognizes Veterans Day


Bright Elementary School came to together with the community on Nov. 11 to honor the nation’s veterans. The assembly commenced with the presentation of the colors by Hillsboro Boy Scout Pack 37. It was followed by the Pledge of Allegiance recited by the entire group and was performed, in sign language, by fifth grade student Lily Walker. Principal Michael Bick greeted the crowd and introduced speaker Josh Book. Steven Berhardt presented and gave the meaning of the POW’s Table with a touching speech. The Bright Elementary Honor Choir, led by Rhiannon Moore, sang the Star Spangled Banner. Students Weston Blair, Brianna Hill and Claire Ames shared what veterans mean to them, reciting some impressive essays that they penned. Classes in the first, second, third and fourth grades sang patriotic songs. Veterans in attendance were recognized by the sixth grade class with a presentation of flowers. Sixth grader Evan DeAtley played Taps as Pack 37 retired the colors. Bright Elementary wishes to thank all of those that were able to attend this ceremony, as well as all veterans near and far.


Bright Elementary School came to together with the community on Nov. 11 to honor the nation’s veterans. The assembly commenced with the presentation of the colors by Hillsboro Boy Scout Pack 37. It was followed by the Pledge of Allegiance recited by the entire group and was performed, in sign language, by fifth grade student Lily Walker. Principal Michael Bick greeted the crowd and introduced speaker Josh Book. Steven Berhardt presented and gave the meaning of the POW’s Table with a touching speech. The Bright Elementary Honor Choir, led by Rhiannon Moore, sang the Star Spangled Banner. Students Weston Blair, Brianna Hill and Claire Ames shared what veterans mean to them, reciting some impressive essays that they penned. Classes in the first, second, third and fourth grades sang patriotic songs. Veterans in attendance were recognized by the sixth grade class with a presentation of flowers. Sixth grader Evan DeAtley played Taps as Pack 37 retired the colors. Bright Elementary wishes to thank all of those that were able to attend this ceremony, as well as all veterans near and far.

Bright Elementary School came to together with the community on Nov. 11 to honor the nation’s veterans. The assembly commenced with the presentation of the colors by Hillsboro Boy Scout Pack 37. It was followed by the Pledge of Allegiance recited by the entire group and was performed, in sign language, by fifth grade student Lily Walker. Principal Michael Bick greeted the crowd and introduced speaker Josh Book. Steven Berhardt presented and gave the meaning of the POW’s Table with a touching speech. The Bright Elementary Honor Choir, led by Rhiannon Moore, sang the Star Spangled Banner. Students Weston Blair, Brianna Hill and Claire Ames shared what veterans mean to them, reciting some impressive essays that they penned. Classes in the first, second, third and fourth grades sang patriotic songs. Veterans in attendance were recognized by the sixth grade class with a presentation of flowers. Sixth grader Evan DeAtley played Taps as Pack 37 retired the colors. Bright Elementary wishes to thank all of those that were able to attend this ceremony, as well as all veterans near and far.
http://timesgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/11/web1_Whiteoak-pic.jpgBright Elementary School came to together with the community on Nov. 11 to honor the nation’s veterans. The assembly commenced with the presentation of the colors by Hillsboro Boy Scout Pack 37. It was followed by the Pledge of Allegiance recited by the entire group and was performed, in sign language, by fifth grade student Lily Walker. Principal Michael Bick greeted the crowd and introduced speaker Josh Book. Steven Berhardt presented and gave the meaning of the POW’s Table with a touching speech. The Bright Elementary Honor Choir, led by Rhiannon Moore, sang the Star Spangled Banner. Students Weston Blair, Brianna Hill and Claire Ames shared what veterans mean to them, reciting some impressive essays that they penned. Classes in the first, second, third and fourth grades sang patriotic songs. Veterans in attendance were recognized by the sixth grade class with a presentation of flowers. Sixth grader Evan DeAtley played Taps as Pack 37 retired the colors. Bright Elementary wishes to thank all of those that were able to attend this ceremony, as well as all veterans near and far.
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