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Greetings!

I am Bridget Nevels, the proud principal of the "Great" Pleasant Run Global Arts Communications and Entrepreneurship Academy.

Our vision is for all students to learn to read, write, speak, and think critically in every subject to effectively prepare them for college, careers, and citizenship on a global level. We have a team of incredible, dedicated educators that will focus on providing high thinking tasks and project-based lessons to produce the greatest learning outcomes.

Here, we believe in the core values we refer to as D.A.R.E...data-driven decisions, accountability for all, rigorous experiences, and engagement of all learning styles. With our past success, we are confident these values drive our continuous improvement towards high student achievement.

Most importantly, our history of strong parent and community partnerships have created a positive environment for our students to thrive. We look forward to an even brighter partnership.We look forward to an even brighter partnership.

This year's theme is "Dive Into the Treasures of Learning". We expect for our school community to steep themselves into attaining valuable skills to leave a lasting legacy on society. Thank you for visiting our website. Let's make it an outstanding year because we D.A.R.E. to be great!


Bridget N. Nevels
Principal
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