AC Flora Softball will host a camp for those in 1st-6th grade on Saturday, February 18, 2023 from 10am-2pm at the AC Flora Softball field. The camp will be under the direction of Head Coach James Marlow and the AC Flora Varsity players.
Limited spots are available, so register today: https://floraathletic.com/softball-camp/
A Message from the Principal
Welcome to Bradley Elementary School, the place where we move “From Ideas to Careers….Success Starts Here!” I am Kezia Myers and I am honored to serve as the principal of this wonderful school. This year is a very exciting year for us as we embark on a new journey. At Bradley, a K-5 leadership and career pathway has been developed that will focus on career awareness. Through Leadership Richland One, “The Leader in Me” will be utilized to develop a whole school culture that (1) teaches and models the seven habits, (2) recognizes and nurtures gifts and talents, (3) delivers authentic learning and leadership opportunities and (4) grows essential soft skills. In addition, Bradley will provide focused opportunities to explore careers, compare options on a global scale, explore career choices, experience career possibilities and prepare for career paths. This unique opportunity and rigorous standards will prepare our students for career and college readiness.
Parents, we encourage your involvement and support because you are your child's first and most important teacher and advocate. It is an awesome responsibility, and one that makes you feel proud. Be sure to maintain contact with your child's teacher on a regular basis and be supportive of the school-wide activities here at Bradley through your attendance and volunteer efforts. Parents are encouraged to join the Bradley Elementary School Parent-Teacher Association and School Improvement Council.
Bradley provides school-wide Title I services and has a school-wide plan which is located in the Front Office and the Library. Information concerning the school-wide plan will be presented to parents throughout the school year and at annual Title I meetings. The plan will be evaluated in the spring by looking at test data and survey results. These services are provided with federal funds and support the learning of all students.
Again, let me say thank you for taking the time out to visit our website and welcome to Bradley. I look forward to building a strong academic relationship with each of you and to a wonderful, productive school year!
Mrs. Kezia Myers, Principal
Notice of Non-Discrimination
Richland County School District One does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, disability, age or other protected characteristics in its programs and activities.