Three B-R seniors, Couy French, Bradley Marr and Zoe Sjuts, have begun a new adventure with live streaming. Starting Saturday, they will be streaming events with Striv.
The broadcast will begin a few minutes before tip-off, and the girls’ varsity basketball game against the Stanton Mustangs is set to begin at 6 p.m.
They will stay on air through the boys' game and will include the youth cheer performance at halftime of the second game.
To watch, find the BRLD StrivTv link in the Quicklinks section of the B-R website or at https://striv.tv/channel/brld/.
The trio has started practicing with the equipment and are ready for game time, and additional games and events will be posted on the BLRD Striv page.
What is the difference between a cold and flu?
Flu and the common cold are both respiratory illnesses, but they are caused by different viruses. Because these two types of illnesses have similar symptoms, it can be difficult to tell the difference between them based on symptoms alone.
In general, flu is worse than the common cold, and symptoms are more common and intense. Colds are usually milder than flu. People with colds are more likely to have a runny or stuffy nose. Colds generally do not result in serious health problems, such as pneumonia, bacterial infections or hospitalizations. Flu can have very serious associated complications.
Here are some of the state guidelines to help guide you to decide whether to keep your student home or send them to school.
Fever: Students with a fever of 100 degrees F or above should stay home. They need to be fever-free for 24 hours without the use of fever-reducing medications before they can return to school.
Vomiting: Need to be free of vomiting for 24 hours before they return to school.
Diarrhea: Need to be free of diarrhea for 24 hours before they return to school.
Severe Cold and/or Cough: They should stay home.
Swelling, Redness, Tenderness or Discharge of the Eyes: They need to stay home. You may want the condition diagnosed by your physician.
Communicable Disease: They need to stay home.
Unexplained Skin Eruptions or Rash: Need to be diagnosed and treated by a physician. Dr. needs to clear student to return to school.
Unexplained Abdominal Pain: They should stay home.
Please note that any health condition that in the School Administrator’s judgment is of concern for the student’s or others health, the student may be sent home.
Students of the 2nd Quarter are seventh grader Alix Nolting, eighth grader Ella Bridges, freshman Lauren Kramer, sophomore Audra Nolting, junior Darwin Snyder and senior Bradley Marr.
Congratulations to this week's "GRR" Students of the Week: Scarlett Fajardo, Dorion George, Maura Novak, Barrett Andrade, Parker Engel, Jacobi Welsh, Kloe McClain, Gavan Coons, Emelia Nolting, McKaylee Archer, Hailey Punke, Ella Carpenter, Kara Meyer and River Soll for P-3; Leah Beaudette, Daltyn Hansen, Bailey Murphy, Tucker Siebrandt, Cora Cooney, Piga Coons, Addyson Tuma, Garan Coons, Addison James, Makenna James and Caleb Johnson for 4-7, and Kinlee Bacon, Aubrey Berg, Dayton Cook, Audra Nolting, Lucas Vogt, Will Gatzemeyer and Kariden Briggs for 8-12.