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The Building Bridges
Academy-High

402 Market Street
Savannah, GA 31408
Phone: (912) 395-2540
FAX: (912) 201-5065 

Dr. Tamika M. Wright
Center Leader
Tamika.Minor-Wright@sccpss.com

Hours: Bell Times
Grades:
9th - 12th

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Letter from the principal 
 

Savannah-Chatham Public School System

402 Market Street – Rm #101 * Garden City, GA 31408

912-395-2540 (Office) * 912-201-5065 (Fax)

Dr. Tamika Wright, Interim Principal

 

 

Greetings Parents and Students,

I am very excited to be your child’s principal at Building Bridges Academy. I have enjoyed working with and meeting your child. They keep me on my toes, but I love every minute of it.  This is my 20th year in the Savanah-Chatham County Public School System. I was a teacher for 8 years, an AP for 6 years and a principal for 6 years. I have a wealth of knowledge in all areas of education and a heart to LOVE all of my students. I strongly believe in building relationships with my students, parents, and staff.
            We will continue with the same values and principles that Mr. Scott created at the beginning of the year. It is important that parents, teachers, and administrators emphasize high expectations in the areas of student achievement, appropriate behavior, and following school policies. Together we can provide an environment at home and at school where optimum learning can take place. It is the goal of the faculty and administration to increase student achievement in all areas and make learning enjoyable for all. Building Bridges Academy High School will also implement innovative instructional strategies, interventions, and support programs to produce students who are ready for success. We will also provide your child with the support he/she needs in order to return to their home school and be academically and mentally prepared for the home school environment.

We will continue to provide you with student progress (academic and behavior). We will also request conferences with you and you can do the same by contacting your child’s teacher. Please remember our motto is “Students First”.

Sincerely,

 

Dr. Tamika M. Wright