October 2023 Letter to the Community

Posted by Billy Daleske on 10/26/2023

October 26, 2023


Dear Braymer C-4 Community:


It seems like the school year just started, yet here we are at the end of the first quarter. I want to start by thanking the staff, students and the community for making the Braymer Homecoming parade and festivities such a success. Also, thank you to the Alumni Association for working with the district to ensure our students are able to participate safely in the Homecoming events. I want to congratulate all of our fall coaches and students on great fall seasons. Our Softball team once again won a District Championship and made it to the State Quarterfinals, and our Football and Cross Country teams are poised to make their own post-season runs. Also our students participating in FFA as well as other activities are getting into the heart of their seasons as well. It truly is a great time to be a Bobcat!


As we move forward into Fall and Winter, I want to give everyone an update on what we will be working on as a District. Building principals will begin working with staff to review curriculum and ensure that everything we teach is tied to the state standards, per our District’s Continuous School Improvement Plan. This will be an ongoing process, and something we will continue to review in the years to come.


Next, the Braymer C-4 Board of Education and myself will be working on a facility needs assessment that will guide us in creating a Long Term Facilities Plan for the district as outlined in the District CSIP. Once this is completed I will share the findings on our website, along with the next steps in the process.


Finally, prior to the end of the semester, the District will again be asking for parents/guardians, and patrons to give us feedback on our CSIP surveys. These surveys will be made available online at the district website as well as through our District Facebook page.



I look forward to your feedback on the surveys, and as always, if you need anything please give our office a call.






Dr. Billy Daleske, Superintendent Braymer C-4 School District