Brady Center Schools
Brady Twp, Saginaw County, Michigan
1953 School Daze Book
Richard G. Boyd
568 W. Friedrich St
Rogers City, MI 49779
richboyd "at" Charter.net
We respectfully dedicate this,
our first yearbook, to Superintendent
Harold C. Wells who has been a splendid
teacher and constant friend to all, and
to our parents, and teachers, bus drivers
and school board, all of whom have
helped us so much along the way.
|7th grade||More 7th grade||6th grade||More 6th grade|
|5th grade||More 5th grade||4th grade||3rd grade|
|2nd grade||More 2nd grade||1st grade||Activities|
|More Activities||More Pictures||School Board and PTA||1953 School Board|
|1946-47 school kids||1951 Brady kids||1952 Brady kids||1952 School Board|
|School Board||Brady School 1930||CHS Class of 1961||CHS School Play, 1961|
|School Board at Farm|| 1920 Swimms School
Swimms School #7
|| Brady School
1st and 2nd grade picture, McFall School - 1950
| Brady School
|Robinson School Mrs. Anderson's class 1948-49|
|Brady 1954-55 grade 4 Brady 1954-55 Grade 5 Brady 1955-56 Staff|
| Brady 1956-57 grade 4
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Re-dedication of the Brady Township School<>
October 16th, 2003
The community is cordially invited to celebrate 50 years of quality education with Brady Elementary School staff, students, and parents.
The school will officially mark its 50th anniversary with a school rededication ceremony on Thursday, October 16th.
The 2 p.m. event is open to the public and will be outside, weather permitting.
State Sen. Michael Goschka will present a legislative tribute recognizing the school's golden anniversary.
Several of Brady's former principals will be on hand to share in the celebration, along with current principal Michael McGough and Chesaning Union School District Superintendent Penny Swanson.
After the ceremony, refreshments will be served in the school gymnasium.
As part of the week's anniversary festivities, students will participate in historical dress up days, Monday through Thursday.
On Monday students will wear attire from the 1980s and 1990s; Tuesday is 1970s Day; Wednesday is 1960s Day; and Thursday will feature fashions from the 1950s.
All students who participate in the dress up days will be entered into a drawing, with the winner receiving the honor of cutting the ribbon at the rededication ceremony.
Students are putting together items for the schools time capsule, which will be buried at a later date.
Their selections will be on display in the gymnasium, which will also feature a display of historical memorabilia.
Then called Brady Township Unit School, the building was originally dedicated on October 11, 1953.
The new school allowed the Brady Township Unit School District to put several one-room school houses, scattered throughout the township under one roof.
While visiting the school, individuals may stop by the school office to purchase the 50th Anniversary Brady Elementary Cookbook, on sale now for $8.
For more information about the rededication ceremony, please call Carol Somers at
Tri-County Citizen, October 12, 2003
October 19, 2003
Brady Elementary School is celebrating 50 years of educational excellence.
Students, Board of Education members and former school principals were on hand last Thursday for Brady's rededication ceremony.
Originally named "Brady Township Unit School," the building was first dedicated on October 11, 1953.
The new school allowed the Brady Township Unit School District to put several one-room schoolhouses, scattered throughout the township, under one roof.
Former principals Thursday at the ceremony included Gary Rekittke, who served from 2000 to 2003, Dave Peterson, 1991 to 2000, Richard Coon, 1988 to 1991, and Jan Krause 1986 to 1988.
John Hunt, principal from 1966 to 1986, was unable to attend because of a family commitment.
Also at the gathering was Basil Coon, the only surviving member of the Brady Township Board of Education from 1953.
He and other board members were instrumental in bringing the school to the township.
The Tri-County Citizen, October 19, 2003