The faculty and staff at Brimm Medical Arts High School welcomes you back! We are really excited for the new school year and look forward to a great year. The back to school issue of Brimm News! has the latest updates, information about upcoming events and highlights students that interned over the summer. Be sure to also follow us on Facebook and Twitter for more updates throughout the year.
On Friday, June 21, staff, friends and family honored the Class of 2019! Earlier in May, our seniors and juniors had a beautiful prom at the Collingswood Grand Ballroom. They have ended this chapter of their lives and are eager to start the next. Click here to read our graduation issue of Brimm News! On behalf of my colleagues and myself, thank you for an amazing year!
This is an exciting time of year! Soon, we will bid farewell to the class of 2019 but for now, we have much to celebrate. On May 21, the seniors announced their final decisions during Senior Signing Day and on May 24, thirteen students were inducted into the National Honor Society. We are beyond proud of our students and look forward to celebrating graduation of Friday, June 21. Click here to read the latest issue of Brimm News! which highlights both stories and more!
The latest edition of Brimm News! is here. In this issue, we highlighted the work our students have created in art. In addition, our cover story features two seniors and their project “No More Empty Desks” to bring awareness about the impact of gun violence. The students painted desks which symbolize the thousands of children and teen killed from gun violence. For more about the project and the students, click here for an article published on Philly.com.
We are in the last days of 2018 and ready for winter break! My classroom is filled with the sounds of students laughing, sharing their secret Santa gifts, and music. They truly are in the holiday spirit of giving. Yesterday, the Red Cross Club hosted a blood drive. Students and staff volunteered and donated blood. This time of year, the supply is low and student blood drives are one of the ways the Red Cross keeps up with their supply. During an exposures presentation, a representative from the Red Cross said that one pint of donated blood can save up to three lives. Our students truly go above and beyond for their community and we are so proud of them. In the latest issue of Brimm News!, we welcomed our new Lead Educator, Mr. Jesus Urdiales and the Class of 2019 celebrated homecoming. As we close out 2018, happy holidays from all of us at Brimm Medical Arts High School.
The first marking period is already over and our students have had a great start to the new school year. We welcomed Eagles safety, Rodney McLeod, to Brimm and met with scientists and business executives from the Janssen subsidiary of the Johnson & Johnson. Click here to read our fall issue of Brimm News!
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As summer comes to an end, we are ready for another exciting year! The first day of school is Thursday, September 6. Last week, staff, students, and their families kicked off the new year with the first annual, Brimm Luau. Special thanks to our sponsors who helped make this event possible: NJEA, Miguel’s Pharmacy, Brimm’s Alumni and the PTSA.
Our staff was busy over the summer attending professional development and preparing to the new year. Our students worked, volunteered, attended practice, and interned at various places in South Jersey and Philadelphia.
For a look at what we’ve been up to and what’s ahead for the 2018-2019 school year, check out our Back to School issue of Brimm News BacktoSchool2018!