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First graders Kingston Miller, Reghen Miller and Tomas Norwood strike a superhero pose.

Superheroes take over Braden River Elementary in Lakewood Ranch

Friday, Apr. 29, 2022 |

First graders Kingston Miller, Reghen Miller and Tomas Norwood strike a superhero pose.

Melanie Hayes Petty takes a selfie with her daughter Colette Petty, a first grader, on Superhero Day at Braden River Elementary.

Friday, Apr. 29, 2022 |

Melanie Hayes Petty takes a selfie with her daughter Colette Petty, a first grader, on Superhero Day at Braden River Elementary.

Braden River Elementary School parents Corey Menett, Chantel Kinyon, John Turner and Yajaira Delgado dress as superheroes during students' lunch periods.

Friday, Apr. 29, 2022 |

Braden River Elementary School parents Corey Menett, Chantel Kinyon, John Turner and Yajaira Delgado dress as superheroes during students' lunch periods.

Joseph and Anna Warcewicz surprise their children, first graders John and Aiden, by dressing as Peter Quill and Gamora from Marvel's "Guardians of the Galaxy."

Friday, Apr. 29, 2022 |

Joseph and Anna Warcewicz surprise their children, first graders John and Aiden, by dressing as Peter Quill and Gamora from Marvel's "Guardians of the Galaxy."

Fourth graders Kara Young, Dylanger Appel, Desmond Barfield, Adam Ramirez, Reese Middleton and Jaxson Hofius bring Marvel superheroes to life at Braden River Elementary School.

Friday, Apr. 29, 2022 |

Fourth graders Kara Young, Dylanger Appel, Desmond Barfield, Adam Ramirez, Reese Middleton and Jaxson Hofius bring Marvel superheroes to life at Braden River Elementary School.

Fifth graders Tamea Gibson, Anna Dorin, Jaidon Chhith and Brady Colcu listen as Deputy Tom Kaczmark explains why it's important to know their location so they can inform first responders when they arrive on a scene.

Friday, Apr. 29, 2022 |

Fifth graders Tamea Gibson, Anna Dorin, Jaidon Chhith and Brady Colcu listen as Deputy Tom Kaczmark explains why it's important to know their location so they can inform first responders when they arrive on a scene.

Fifth grader Brady Colcu works to stop traffic during a demonstration on what to do when there is an accident.

Friday, Apr. 29, 2022 |

Fifth grader Brady Colcu works to stop traffic during a demonstration on what to do when there is an accident.

The Villain Hall reminds students of negative sayings and thoughts they must ignore to be super.

Friday, Apr. 29, 2022 |

The Villain Hall reminds students of negative sayings and thoughts they must ignore to be super.

Fourth grade teacher Whitney McElhiney and her class celebrate Superhero Day at Braden River Elementary School.

Friday, Apr. 29, 2022 |

Fourth grade teacher Whitney McElhiney and her class celebrate Superhero Day at Braden River Elementary School.

Fourth graders Milia Copeland, Lillian Ploger, Riley Buttery and Ava Sues bring D.C. comics characters to Braden River Elementary. Copeland says it was weird to see school walls decorated like comic strips.

Friday, Apr. 29, 2022 |

Fourth graders Milia Copeland, Lillian Ploger, Riley Buttery and Ava Sues bring D.C. comics characters to Braden River Elementary. Copeland says it was weird to see school walls decorated like comic strips.

Tunde Szekely, Barbara Baeza, Mandi Nehring and Melanie Hayes Petty all dress as Wonder Woman for Superhero Day. Baeza says students can connect with superheroes and find them inspiring.

Friday, Apr. 29, 2022 |

Tunde Szekely, Barbara Baeza, Mandi Nehring and Melanie Hayes Petty all dress as Wonder Woman for Superhero Day. Baeza says students can connect with superheroes and find them inspiring.

Detective Jon Feverston takes a class photos using a drone.

Friday, Apr. 29, 2022 |

Detective Jon Feverston takes a class photos using a drone.

Fifth graders Logan Snyder and Ryland Neary talk to Deputy Tom Kaczmark about what to do if they see someone, like substitute teacher Ana Perreira, injured during an incident.

Friday, Apr. 29, 2022 |

Fifth graders Logan Snyder and Ryland Neary talk to Deputy Tom Kaczmark about what to do if they see someone, like substitute teacher Ana Perreira, injured during an incident.

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