Spartan Spotlight

Broad Run's Newsletter: December, 2022

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Principal's Message

December is here, and it is a busy three weeks between holidays. Winter sports are in full swing, as well as numerous concerts, holiday events, and club activities. Thank you to our National Honor Society for hosting our annual Holiday Party on December 7, and our Student Council Association for the annual Jingle Bell Banquet on December 5. I also want to congratulate our top 5% seniors who are being recognized on December 14. Our student led holiday concert is December 16.

December 5 is our interim time for Q2. As we wind down the first semester, we will begin our planning for the 2023-2024 school year. Significant time is spent working with students to select courses in balance with a challenging load and on course to graduation. Please be sure to check messages for information nights and updates. Finally, the school calendar for 2023-2024 has been adopted and is on the LCPS web site.

Thank you for your continued support,

David Spage


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From the Fine Arts Department

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Broad Run Theater: The Addams Family

Come join us for this years creepy and kooky spring musical The Addams Family. We are looking for students to help on the stage and off. If you can sing, dance, act, paint, build, or create scan the QR to check out how to get involved in this years musical. For those interested in Crew, Interviews are next Monday, December 12 by sign ups. Those interested in auditioning for a role in the cast, initial Auditions are either December 13 or 14 by sign ups with a potential callback December 15. All sign ups and information is on the website attached to the QR code. We hope to see you there.

A Holiday Thank You

As I begin my third year of work at BRHS, I would like to take a moment to pause and reflect on all the happy things that have happened here.

The front office staff, the first group of people anybody encounters, they are so friendly, polite and willing to help, direct the students and visitors.

The admin quad is so in sync with one another that they are almost incomplete without the other. Their coordination and professionalism make it look like it is easy to monitor the halls, but it is quite the opposite. To top it off they do it with a smile and cheerful disposition.

The school staff are so open, friendly and encouraging, and have a great rapport with other staff members, coming together to wish happy birthdays or writing cards for happy and sad occasions. The BRHS staff express the desire and excitement to come back every day to make the kids’ lives a little better and leave a lasting impression on the them. Kudos to them.



Jay Swamy

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