From the desk of Ginger Bell, Director of Family and Alumni Relations: Just because you have graduated from Brook Hill, it certainly doesn’t mean you are forgotten! And in my new position, I am here to make sure you know that. It seems to be working, too! This year we started a new tradition specifically for students who graduated the previous year. We spend weeks working to get the most updated information for each student, entered it into our alumni database, and then put together a little something for each. I wrote a note, included a Starbucks gift card (for those late night studying sessions), a book mark to remind them of where they come from, and their Athletic Passes good for the next 4 years! We don’t want them to worry about not having one when they can break away from college and grab a trip home! Our efforts seem to have really made a difference for these guys. Within a day of putting them in the mail we were already getting acknowledgements!
Amber Wright: I got my package yesterday, and I just wanted to tell you a huge thank you. It warms my heart to know that even though I am no longer a student at Brook Hill, I can still count y’all as friends and even family. I realize that there are not many high schools who care so much for their students and alumni, and for that I am so very thankful. It is very encouraging to know that I can still rely on my Brook Hill family for support and love, and your little package really reminded me of that. So, thank you so much Mrs. Bell, for reminding me that I still have a home at Brook Hill 🙂
Caleb Wagner: Just got your sweet care package 🙂 it was so good to hear from you! I am planning on coming to homecoming if they will let me off for work so I cannot wait to see you!
Bridgette Reanne Aarant via Facebook: I got this letter from BH in the mail today. I’ve been having a rough day preparing for my exam today and it put the biggest smile on my face! I love and miss you so much Mrs. Bell !!