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Red Ribbon and Bully Prevention Week

October 27th– 31st

Monday, October 27th    

Wear Red Day

Faculty, staff and students wear red to say yes to a healthy heart and body.

Spirit Week -Red Ribbon and Bully Prevention Week introduced on the WBEE News

Essay, Poem, Poster contest announced

How Can We Be Bully Free at Bradley?

There will be winners from each grade level and these students will receive a treat! These students will also share their essay, poem or poster on the news show the following week.

Tuesday, October 28th    

Wear Blue Day!

Faculty, staff and students wear blue clothing to support saying no to drugs and bullying!

Being Drug and Bully Free Comes in Cans: I Can, You Can, We Can!

Please bring in non-perishable food items (cans) to be donated to God’s Storehouse.

Class who brings in the most food items will win a popsicle party!

Wednesday, October 29th    

Wear Yellow Day!

Faculty, staff, and students wear yellow to school to show your support in saying no to drugs and bullying!


Thursday, October 30th   

Sock-Out Day!

Faculty, staff and students wear crazy socks to kick the habit of saying no to drugs and bullying!

Friday, October 31st  

Team Up Against Bullying

(Wear your favorite team shirt)

Faculty, staff and students wear your team shirt to support saying no to drugs and bullying!

All essays, poems and posters are due!

Winners of the essay, poem, and poster contest will be announced next week on the news show.


History of Red Ribbon Week

Red Ribbon Week is the oldest and largest drug prevention campaign in the country. Red Ribbon Week serves as a vehicle for communities and individuals to take a stand for the hopes and dreams of our children through a commitment to drug prevention and education and a personal commitment to live drug free lives.

Red Ribbon Week also commemorates the ultimate sacrifice made by DEA Special Agent Enrique “Kiki” Camarena, who died at the hands of drug traffickers in Mexico while fighting the battle against illegal drugs to keep our country and children safe.

This Is Who We Are...

Our 2014-2015 School-wide Theme:  "Bee a Beeliever and Beecome an Achiever!" 

Our hours are 7:30 a.m. - 2:30 p.m.

Richland School District One & Bradley Elementary School Mission Statement:

We are Richland One, a leader in transforming lives through education, empowering all students to achieve their potential and dreams.

Our Beliefs:

-every person can learn and has the right to reach his/her potential;

-every person is responsible for his/her actions;

-the dignity of every person should be respected;

-community and family support are vital to the success of students;

-every person has the right to learn in a safe enviroment;

-cultural diversity enriches society;

-every person has talents and abilities that are worth developing;

-an environment that is built upon positive relationships and effective communication is essential to the success of all individuals.

Upcoming Events

Thursday, October 30
Technology training during your planning time
Sunday, November 2
Time change
Set your clocks and watches back 1 hour!
Tuesday, November 4
Election Day
No school today. 
Parents, please vote.
Thursday, November 6
Parent Event
Parent conference day
Students are dismissed at noon.
Monday, November 10
VLF - Photo Awards Ceremony
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
at the Children's Theatre
at Richland Mall

From the Principal

Welcome to Bradley Elementary!   We are an inner-city school with a nurturing and caring school environment. Thank you for taking the time out to visit our website.   I am Mrs. Kezia Myers and I am delighted to return to Bradley Elementary School as the principal.
In keeping with Bradley Elementary schools motto: Excellence in Action, we will continue to pursue excellence in all that we do, while at the same time being accountable both, individually and collectively. Our school-wide theme for the 2014-2015 school year is: "Bee a Beeliever and Beecome an Achiever! This theme will serve as a reminder that our purpose is to help transform student learning into real world experiences. Last year our school continued to make outstanding strives in student achievement. Student achievement is important to us and it is our belief that all students can learn. This is going to be a wonderful school year and I look forward to working with each of you.
Mrs. Kezia Myers