+ BRHS plans to change its mascot
Braden River High School may change its mascot to a wolf in light of the success of its student and “American Idol” contestant Sam Woolf.
A group of students at the school, who identify themselves as the “Woolf pack,” have made the request to administrators.
“This change just makes so much sense,” says Melody Tuner, the student who is leading the charge.
The student body was expected to vote on the change April 1.
The results will be released by school officials Friday, following a “Woolf Pack” themed pep rally.
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