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Susan Skinner Lewis October 6, 2013 at 04:37 pm
I am so proud to say all three of my nieces have participated in the planning of homecomings forRead More many years. The youngest is now a senior and served as the president of E-Board this year. To all the kids AND the parents, thank-you.
Steve Roberts Brigitte Roberts November 24, 2012 at 04:03 pm
Durant's heckling fans, and vulgar obscene on the field taunting, does not show me the character ofRead More a true championship team. An undefeated season does not make you a great team, the caliber of opponents who you play does. Newsome is a better team, and knew they could beat Durant. I'm glad Newsome won because in their first game with Durant, they beat themselves. It was a very good game to be at either way. Every player gave their all!
Frank Shannon November 24, 2012 at 08:00 pm
Way to go Newsome Wolves! I've taught alot of these kids, and this year the team as a whole struckRead More me as being better collectively than anything I'd seen in previous seasons. Continue with a great season guys!
J August 17, 2013 at 11:07 am
It's gotten a bit extreme the cost of school supplies. We parents have to supply everythingRead More including copy paper for classroom, because schools are given NO money anymore.
First opened in 1914, Brandon High School will celebrate its 100th anniversary in March 2014.
cheryl stanbro June 24, 2013 at 08:57 pm
Thank you Patch! There are wonderful stories (100 years worth) and lots have been lost forever andRead More the older the alumni get, the more will be lost, it's tragic. So many of the newer residents have no idea what Brandon represents and the wonderful community history they are now a part of. We need to get these stories told and down for others to read. The BHS yearbooks alone are a plethora of time capsules! I love looking through them in the BHS library.