On Avalon Drive in Brighton at the BCSD Motorcade: John with Gertie, Ruth atop Kim, 4/15/20 [Photos: David Kramer]
For years now, we’ve covered the Brighton Central School District. (SEE AT END)
This evening, the District outdid itself with a “Staff Drive Through Town to Say Hello” motorcade from 5:30 PM – 7:00 PM, undeterred by a light dusting of April snow. (see video)
Corner of Antlers and Avalon. In the background are John, Gertie, Ruth and Kim
A seemingly endless caravan — honking horns, waving arms, big smiles and decorated with signs such as “We Miss You,” “Stay Active,””Stay Strong,” and “Brighton Believes in You” — were cheered by (social distancing) students, parents, neighbors and friends.
A BCSD 6th grader and 4th grader. Guessing the taller one is the 6th grader.
The motorcade was a whole lot better than a ZOOMed virtual class. BCSD, stay safe and thanks for all you do.
Young citizens show their mettle at the Brighton High School Walk Out
Don’t cross until Steve says so
Still at Twelve Corners Middle School
Introducing Patrick Boese, Brighton High School ’19, and The Top 10 People to Run for President and Lose
Brighton High School Library receives “Imperium in Imperio: Sutton Grigg’s Imagined War of 1898” (Twentieth-Century Literary Criticism, V.344)
Were rare coins in the Principal’s safe at Brighton High School, 1935?
Wildcats strike out our undermanned Barons
Congratulations Barons on a magical season.
In grand fashion, Brighton celebrates its volleyball champions and the first Boys state team sports title in school history
ON AND BY BHS ALUMS
In search of Shirley Jackson and finding the Brighton High School Alumni author display case
Kurt Vonnegut’s 1995 “Billy Pilgrim” pilgrimage to the Mt. Hope grave of Edward R. Crone Jr, Brighton High School ’41
Nazareth College’s President Daan Braveman on defining moments and his own March on Washington, August 1963
Brighton High School loses one of its two great sportscasters, Hank Greenwald ’53
Dr. Harold Pollack left Brighton as a conservative and returned a liberal
A poem from former Degrad Jonathan Caws-Elwitt, BHS ’80. And advice to young writers.
One of Brighton High School’s Fab Five is back in town
Eric Kemperman, Brighton High School ’81, is back in town and sledding!
Bruce returns from Cambodia with “Umpire State”
Talker’s foreign correspondent in Cambodia and the plaques in the Vietnam Veterans Memorial, Highland Park.
Brighton fans celebrate hometown hero Ernie Clement in victory
Local philatelist faults Talker’s Edgerton Park hoopla. Et tu,Tucker?
Marie Kondō, can you green up your act? By Leslie Kramer
Filmic evidence shows I “froze” at the 1976 Brighton Little League All Star game and other Brighton memories
Five years ago when Michael Raff found his perfect mark. And over 70 years of history at the B’Nai Brith bowling league
From Brighton to LA: Andria Langston, a bright actress sharing her light with the world
Getting To Know Svet Radoslavof, Brighton High School ’05; A Groundbreaking Hip Hop Violinist and Influential Figure In Music
Brighton girl taking feminist humor big time
This is what Happiness Looks Like
The First Presidential Yard Sign in Brighton in this Winter Snow
Brighton Town Councilmember Robin Wilt pitches in at the Game at the Corners
Site says Brighton is best place to live in New York