On January 17, 2018, ten students went to audition for a chance to be in the Grand River Conference Band. Braymer students auditioned against students from 13 schools from the conference to a place in either the high school band or junior high band. All ten students earned spots in their respective bands and will be performing with each group on Saturday, February 3, 2018, at South Harrison HS in Bethany, MO.
The conductor of the GRC HS Band will be Chuck Appleton. Mr. Appleton is a retired teacher from Warrensburg, MO. The JH GRC Band conductors are Jeff Hinton, Ted Keck, and Tim Gilham. Mr. Hinton currently teaches and directs band at MWSU. Mr. Keck is the band director at South Harrison and Mr. Gilham is the band director at Trenton.
Front Row: Kayla Henry (3rd chair HS Alto Sax), Kimberly Youtsey (19th chair HS Clarinet), Katie Basham (11th chair HS Flute), Tori Smith (8th chair HS Flute), Dylan Epperson (1st chair HS Tuba)
Second Row: Sarah Williams (13th chair JH Clarinet), Aydan Ramsey (2nd chair JH Bass Clarinet), Hank Goodner (5th chair JH Trombone), Jake Henry (2nd chair HS Euphonium), Andrew McIntosh (6th chair HS Trumpet)
Great News! Operation Bundle Up - Keep Warm is kicking off next week!
Braymer C-4 continually strives to meet our students' needs. We know that Healthy Children are Better Learners!
We are pleased to announce that due to the generosity of our community, we have many warm coats, gloves and scarves. We are able to provide any or all of these items for our students that need them.
Please let us know if your student is in need of any of the items above. We want to partner with each of you to keep our children healthy.
Help us make Operation Bundle Up - Keep Warm a success!
Thank you for your commitment to your children and their health.
You may contact Becky O'Dell, your student's teacher, the main office or myself, Ronda Prewitt, with any questions or to communicate a need.
We look forward to hearing from you!!
Ronda Prewitt RN, BSN
Braymer C 4 School Nurse
The Braymer C-4 students will be collecting aluminum tabs again this year starting February 1st. We will collect during the month of February. Our last day to take pop tabs will be February 28th. We will again have a friendly competition between classes to see who can bring in the most tabs. When each grade fills their bucket they will receive a small prize (candy). At the end of the competition, the grade that has collected the most pop tabs will have a class party. The tabs will be donated to The Ronald McDonald House in Kansas City to help fund the building of a new house and help kids and their families in their time of need. Please help us reach our goal of passing last year's collection. Remember tabs can come off any type of can as long as they are aluminum. Be sure and check cat food cans, soup cans, etc., they often have aluminum tabs too. Bring your tabs to Mrs. Cothern's classroom anytime during the month of February.
Varsity Basketball (updated 10-27-17)