Bright Elementary hosts Bright Night


Bright Elementary hosted its first Bright Night for the 2015-16 school year. The first 75 students received a free book. Teachers provided a variety of language arts stations for students. Debbie Robertson, the cafeteria supervisor, also shared information with parents about lunch selections and lunch payment plans. The next Bright Night will be Nov. 19 with a focus on math.


Bright Elementary hosted its first Bright Night for the 2015-16 school year. The first 75 students received a free book. Teachers provided a variety of language arts stations for students. Debbie Robertson, the cafeteria supervisor, also shared information with parents about lunch selections and lunch payment plans. The next Bright Night will be Nov. 19 with a focus on math.

Bright Elementary hosted its first Bright Night for the 2015-16 school year. The first 75 students received a free book. Teachers provided a variety of language arts stations for students. Debbie Robertson, the cafeteria supervisor, also shared information with parents about lunch selections and lunch payment plans. The next Bright Night will be Nov. 19 with a focus on math.
http://timesgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/web1_Bright-Night-pic.jpgBright Elementary hosted its first Bright Night for the 2015-16 school year. The first 75 students received a free book. Teachers provided a variety of language arts stations for students. Debbie Robertson, the cafeteria supervisor, also shared information with parents about lunch selections and lunch payment plans. The next Bright Night will be Nov. 19 with a focus on math.
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