The Brecksville-Broadview Heights City Schools demonstrated the love, support, hope and respect it holds for every student earlier today with its annual Love4BBH Rally that took place on the Varsity Home Football Field. With remarks from special guests along with words from students themselves, the District brought Middle School and High School students together in the stands as a unified student body to hear such sentiments from our participating adults. Among the notable speakers were Dr. Robert Smith from Metro Health Systems, City of Brecksville Mayor Jerry Hruby and Superintendent Joelle Magyar. Each shared a message of respect while students communicated words of positivity, moving forward and encouraged everyone to reach out to others. Dr. Robert Smith encouraged students to take their perceived weaknesses and view them as interpersonal strengths. High School Marching Band music and vocal performances by the High School choir entertained all participants. To supplement this morning’s festivities, a Love4BBH Rally for students and families in grades PreK-4 will take place at 6:30 p.m. on Thursday, August 29, 2019, at the same venue with guest speakers and activities as well. Thank you to everyone who participated in morning session of the District’s annual Love4BBH Rally. Go Bees!