BCPS welcomes students and parents to the 2014/15 school year
Superintendent Runcie enjoys breakfast with students at Westchester Elementary School.
From Tracy Clark, Chief Public Information Officer
This past Monday, thousands of students in Broward County Public Schools (BCPS) headed back to class for the first day of the 2014/15 school year. Overall, the day proceeded as planned, with no major issues or problems reported.
Superintendent Robert W. Runcie and School Board members spent the first day of the new school year visiting several schools, greeting students, parents, teachers and staff.
Superintendent Runcie began his day at the North Area Transportation Bus Terminal in Pompano Beach, where he boarded a school bus to Coral Glades High School. He also visited Westchester Elementary, Liberty Elementary, Western High, Pembroke Lakes Elementary, Hollywood Hills Elementary, Sheridan Technical High and Parkway Middle Schools, before wrapping up his day at the Kathleen C. Wright Administration Center.
“It’s been a busy and exciting start to the new school year,” said Superintendent Runcie. “I truly enjoyed visiting our schools and welcoming students, parents, teachers and staff. It is always inspiring to see the excitement among students as they meet their new teachers and settle into their classrooms ready for another successful school year.”
You can view more #FirstDayBroward pictures by clicking on the following link: http://browardschools.com/firstdaybroward and you can also watch a BECON News Video by clicking on the link below: http://tinyurl.com/klmq43a