Broad Run's School Newsletter for March, 2021
Spring is here, as is the 4th quarter of our school year. We have implemented the Hybrid Model and Con-Current teaching since March. Our students and teachers are working hard in this model and learning much. We are looking forward to expanding the model per school board direction on April 20.
We are also planning for the 2021-2022 school year. Please check your course requests in ParentVue/StudentVue. You may contact your counselor with any changes or questions. We will need to be certain in our course selections by May 1.
Congratulation to our DECA students on their participation and performance in State Leadership Conference. Also, congrats to our Theatre students on a wonderful play production, ‘That Sinking Feeling’ which was seen at our local drive in The Alamo. Our competition cheer team are District Champions again, and congrats to all our fall sports senior athletes who continue to excel! Jordan Codella was selected by the VMEA as a Senior Award Winner. Our students continue to excel and represent BRHS well.
Seniors and parents/guardians should continue to check the BRHS web site under class of 2021 for updates. We are planning for a in -person all class graduation on June 10 at 7 pm.
The last day of the 3rd quarter is April 9, and the end of the school year is June 15. Finish strong Spartans.
I hope everyone has a nice spring break.
Spring sports will begin on April 12. If you are interested in trying out for a spring sport, you need to register online and turn in a physical.
Physical link is:
How to register can be found here:
If you have any questions, contact Shelley Larrabee in the athletic department at Michelle.Larrabee@lcps.org
Spring Baseball Season is almost here!
All students and families interested in trying out for JV & Varsity baseball this spring should contact Coach Meier via e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Please join the BRHS Baseball Remind Group by texting @g4b8da to 81010 for all Spartans Baseball updates.
Tryouts will be at Broad Run starting Monday, April 12th - Thursday, April 15th. All those interested in trying out should on https://brhs-ar.rschooltoday.com/
Two Broad Run students competed in the recent FBLA Shenandoah regional competitive events and the results are as follows:
Abhinav Babu - 1st place Business Presentations, 3rd place Intro to Business
Joseph Robinson - 2nd place, Cybersecurity
Congratulations to these two students and we wish them well as they now prepare to compete in the FBLA State Competition in April.
Future Business Leaders of America-Phi Beta Lambda, Inc. (FBLA-PBL) is the largest career student business organization in the world. Each year, FBLA-PBL helps over 230,000 members prepare for careers in business.