Braham Area High School will be providing a summer learning opportunity for all students that have completed grades 7 – 9. This will be offered beginning June 4 and running to June 29 from 8:00 a.m. to noon every day.
Topics to be covered include math, social studies, science, and reading. A breakfast will be provided the first week at the high school. Breakfast and lunch will be provided at the elementary school starting June 10.
For more information contact the high school office at (320) 396-4444.
The play, set in the early 1900’s, opens as Anne Shirley, a young woman from the small village of Avonlea, Prince Edward Island, Canada, is composing an essay, part of the application to a college she hopes to attend. Anne’s essay is autobiographical and the audience follows the story of her life through a series of vignettes, which move them quickly from one scene to another. Anne steps from narrating the play into the scenes and out again. Her family life at Green Gables Farm, with friends and acquaintances in her small rural community, and teaching her first year of school are filled with amusing, everyday events and a variety of entertaining characters. Anne of Avonlea is an old-fashioned story sure to be enjoyed by all ages.
Friday, April 5 7pm
Saturday, April 6 7pm
Sunday, April 7 2pm
$4 Students $5 Adults
We hope to see you there!
The Duke & Duchess of Frost are Jordan B and Beth J.
The Baron & Baroness of Blizzard are Doniven S and Kayla N.
The Count & Countess of Snow Zach D and Caitlin R.
The Prince & Princess of Ice are Johnny C and Kelsey K.
The Emperor and Empress of Snow: are Alex S and Jenna W. Congratulations to each and every one of you for being voted in as this year’s Sno Daze Royalty!
Braham Area High School will be hosting a FAFSA Workshop on Monday, February 25th at 6:30p.m. Kimberly Kolar will be here from Century College to walk us through and complete the process right here in the High School Computer Lab.
All you have to do is apply for a pin at www.pin.ed.gov and download and print the FAFSA Worksheet at http://www.fafsa.ed.gov/fotw1213/pdf/fafsaws13c.pdf. Bring the completed FAFSA Worksheet, your pin, and your completed 2012 taxes to the workshop.
By the end of this workshop you will have completed the FAFSA process and have one less item checked off of your “to do” list!! For more information please email JeanAnn Mattson at email@example.com or call 320-396-5220 and ask for Julie Johnson.
(If you do not have your taxes done you can still attend, just have your pin and your completed worksheet with you. All of your information can be input and saved that night, then all you have to do is add your tax information when that is complete and you will be done.)