On May 8, two of Bradley Middle School’s finest students opened the North East ISD Board of Trustees meeting with the invocation and pledge. In front of an audience of Board of Trustees, Executive Staff, District staff and guests, eighth-grade students Paige Bonugli and Jarret Robinson led the invocation and pledge to the U.S. and Texas flags. Both students were selected based on their superior character and academic performance.
Paige Bonugli led with a wonderfully poetic invocation. Paige is an athlete at Bradley, involved in the school’s award-winning Theater Arts program, NJHS (National Junior Honor Society) and challenges herself with all Pre-AP classes. Her Father, Joe Bonugli, Mom, Susan Looger and her husband, Larry, accompanied the star student. Susan is a World Geography teacher at Churchill High School and Paige hopes to have her as a teacher next year.
Jarret Robinson proudly led the Pledge of Allegiance. Jarret is involved in athletics at Bradley as well, playing football, basketball and running track. He also plays baseball outside of school in his spare time and takes all Pre-AP classes. His grandparents, Jay and Sharon Robinson, accompanied the top-notch student. Both Mr. and Mrs. Robinson are wonderful grandparents that take pride in dropping lunch off for Jarret and his sister on game days during the year. Jarret’s dad, Brad, is also a teacher and coach at Churchill High School. Jarret’s mom, Bridget, cheer on her son along with his stepmom, Kara Robinson.
Posted on 05/09/2017