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Bridgette Davidson is the founder, CEO and President of Armed Forces Case Management Services and Veterans Outreach, located in Killeen , TX . Bridgette Davidson a native of Killeen , Texas , entered the United States Army in 1993 and completed her tour of duty in 1997. As a veteran of the Armed Forces, she received her Bachelors of Arts in Psychology from Columbia College in 1999. Ms. Davidson completed her Masters level coursework in Counseling at Georgia School of Professional Psychology. She is currently attending Central Michigan University pursuing a Masters degree in Administration, after completion she plans to continue her studies obtaining a PhD in Health Services Administration. A mother of one, Jordan A Davidson-Frazier, she's in the sixth grade and attends Live Oak Ridge Middle School.
Started conversation: What do you proposed as it relates to creating a study plan for our Live Oak Ridge Students - Math Scores? March 29, 2012
What do you proposed as it relates to creating a study plan for our Live Oak Ridge Middle School Students -Math Scores? Raising the scores so that... More »
Started conversation: Reply-Moving to West Palm Beach, CA December 11, 2011
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Post in: Should schools adopt zero-tolerance policies about junk food on campus? September 19, 2011
No.... all children need alittle bit of junk food in their diet. However, the key is moderation and exercise. The lunches should be that of low...
Post in: When??? September 12, 2011
Don't be afraid of the "TALK"..... It's best to take baby steps. First, the introduction should be when the child begins puberty. Start...
Started conversation: Live Oaks Ridge Middle School (Texas) September 4, 2011
The first two weeks of school are over, now embarking on the three week... Are our children where they need to be? Or, should we be worried. Additional...