Tuesday, April 2, 2013
Zachary Brooks, 10, is hoping Summit residents and business owners will spread awareness for World Autism Day on April 2.
Zachary Brooks a 10-year-old at Brayton Elementary has a twin brother with Autism and is working to get Summit businesses and residents involved in autism awareness by “Lighting up Blue” or hanging an autism awareness sign for World Autism Day on April 2. Brooks speaks to Summit businesses and schools to tell his story of his brother Jack who has Autism and how people should be more aware of the disorder. Last year, Brooks worked with his aunt, Donna Puzella who owns Sweet Nothings in Downtown Summit to get businesses involved and they were able to get over two dozen businesses involved and raised over $3,000 for Autism Speaks. This year, the two have about eleven businesses already participating, as well as schools and the Summit Police…
Thursday, February 21, 2013
About 100 students were featured in 20 acts, which ranged from song and dance performances to comedy skits and gymnastics.
Thursday, February 21
Brayton Elementary School held their annual Variety Show,“Brayton’s Got Talent,” on Friday, Feb. 1. A Brayton family favorite event, the show was hosted by emcees from the 5th grade and included 100 children featured in more than 20 acts ranging from song and dance performances, and comedy skits to gymnastics and hula hoop routines. The Variety Show is always a highlight for the Brayton community, as it offers students a chance to beat the winter doldrums by performing for their friends and families. This year’s show was especially entertaining due to the creativity and originality of the students. The Variety Show also marks a bittersweet milestone as the 5th graders begin to say goodbye to their beloved Brayton in the jubilant and …
Wednesday, October 24, 2012
The suspicious incident occurred this morning as a group of students were on their way to school.
A group of children were reportedly followed on their way to Brayton Elementary school this morning, according to police. A female student told authorities that a suspicious vehicle was trailing her and a group of friends. There have been a string of child luring and abduction attempts reported recently in Northern New Jersey. A state police emergency alert went out today around 10:39a.m. that read: Brayton School child reports that on todays date she and a group of friends were followed by a suspicious vehicle. It's not clear at the time the ages or how many children were present during the incident. Patch will follow up with details as they become available.
Thursday, December 29, 2011
Just before winter break began this is how school spirit mixed with the holiday spirit.
- HOLIDAY GUIDE
Thursday, December 29, 2011
Here's video of Brayton Elementary's holiday spectacular.