Former Brookland-Cayce Teacher Linda Bundrick-Brown recognized at the State House

Linda Bundrick-Brown was recognized with a resolution at the State House, Wednesday, for her many years of educational service to Cayce-West Columbia students, families, and the community. She officially retired from Brookland-Cayce High School in 2010 but returned to serve as attendance interventionist for her 51st year in education. (Photo from BCHS Facebook page)

State Sen. Nikki Setzler said: “It is a recognition that is well deserved. She is an amazing person not only as a longtime part of our school district but in her personal life. We are blessed to have her share her life with the students at Brookland Cayce.” 

Bundrick-Brown, Rep. Chris Wooten, Rep Micah Caskey.

Information below is from Lexington Two Schools when Bundrick-Brown was named to the district’s Heroes and Heroines Society:

Bundrick-Brown had worked in Lexington Two for 30 years before her official retirement, most of them at Brookland-Cayce High School, serving as an English teacher, guidance counselor, coach, Dean of Girls and senior class advisor, among many roles. She also was an assistant principal at Brookland-Cayce High as well as at Pine Ridge Middle School. Prior to returning home to join Lexington Two, Bundrick-Brown worked at Anderson High School in Anderson, Indiana.

“I think education is an honorable profession at any level or any position. Making students feel loved and important first and then helping them realize they can succeed at their efforts is what it’s all about to me,” said Bundrick-Brown, known affectionately as “Ma Brown.” “I have tried to teach the ‘unteachable’ and love the ‘unlovable.’ I have given all of myself to doing what I love to do, and I hope I’ve made a difference.”

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