Rainy day drop-off procedures

If it’s sprinkling somewhat or raining lightly in the morning, please drop off or wait with your student on the playground as you normally would. If it’s really pouring outside the administration will open the back doors and welcome students into the building beginning at 7:40 am.

  • Kindergarten & 1st Grade: go to the gym
  • 2nd Grade: go to the lunchroom
  • 3rd-5th Grades: go straight to classrooms.

If you decide to wait along with your child until the bell rings, you will be asked to wear a visitor’s badge.

From SPS: Community info meetings on school boundary changes

Join District officials at one of five community meetings this fall to learn more about the upcoming school boundary changes for the 2017-18 school year.

Current and proposed boundary maps, are available on the district website. Updated District recommendations (some affecting previously proposed Bryant boundaries) are also available online.

  • Thursday, Sept. 22
, 6:30–7:30 p.m.
    Eckstein Middle School (Lunchroom)
    3003 NE 75th St
  • Tuesday, Sept. 27, 6:30–7:30 p.m.

    Hamilton International Middle School (Commons)
    1610 N 41st Street
    Languages: Spanish, Vietnamese, Somali
  • Thursday, Sept. 29
, 6:30–7:30 p.m.
    Mercer International Middle School (Library)
    1600 S Columbian Way
    Languages: Spanish, Somali, Tagalog, Chinese, Vietnamese, Amharic, Tigrigna
  • Monday, Oct. 3
, 6:30–7:30 p.m.
    Viewlands Elementary School (Library)
    10525 3rd Avenue NW
    Languages: Spanish, Vietnamese, Somali
  • Tuesday, Oct. 11, 6:30–7:30 p.m.

    Denny International Middle School (Library)
    2601 SW Kenyon St
    Languages: Spanish, Somali, Vietnamese

Previously, community meetings were held on these boundary changes in April 2016. The meetings provided an opportunity for the district to share information with the community on the upcoming changes, and for the community to provide feedback on any changes that could affect the boundaries that were approved in 2013. Review the Spring meeting presentation.

Join (or renew) with the Bryant PTSA today!

We’d like to invite you to join us as members of the Bryant PTSA. Membership is a great way to support the largest volunteer association dedicated to child advocacy and programs benefitting children in Seattle and nationwide.

Top Five Reasons to Join the PTSA:

  1. Build a partnership between our school and our families.
    Vote on the Bryant PTSA budget, on resolutions, and for the Bryant PTSA Executive Board.
  2. Help fund PTSA scholarships and grants.
  3. Provide a legislative voice for our children in Olympia and in Washington, D.C.
  4. Get exclusive member discounts at businesses like Great Wolf Lodge, Barnes & Noble, and Kinko’s/Fedex

Your PTSA membership needs to be renewed every year. Hit the ground running this year. Download your membership form today and join one of the strongest PTSA’s in our region. For more information contact the Membership Co-Chairs Ann Sonnen and Mary-Britt Love.

Bryant Running Club begins next friday

Bryant Running Club is open to all students, grades K-5, who are interested in running. Runners will meet with a volunteer coach to stretch, play running games, and run laps at their own pace. We will be meeting on the track and field at the back of the Bryant school playground from 2:10-2:45 p.m. on Fridays from September 23rd to October 28th. The cost is $5.

An updated registration form with the current dates will be available soon on the Running Club page. However, you may also submit your information on the existing form. Please try to register by Wednesday, September 21st.

Interested in volunteering with the Bryant Running Club? We are looking for volunteers to help sign kids in and out, distribute tokens, and help facilitate activities. If you are interested in volunteering, please email Hillary Morgan.

Key volunteer positions available

Ready to step up for a volunteer lead position this year? You’re in luck! The PTSA is currently looking for:

  • Fundraising Auction Chair
  • Directory Co-Chair (this is for the printed booklet with class lists & contact info)

All three of these positions are flexible in terms of when and where you complete your volunteer service. You’ll work with a team and we’re also here to support you. Interested? Great! Have questions? Those are great too! Just email us, Kate Speizer and Janie Booth, your Bryant PTSA Volunteer Co-Coordinators

ASE class registration NOW OPEN!


For registration and information visit www.seattlease.org or follow the After School Enrichment link under the Enrichment tab. There you can view all of the class descriptions, and register and pay online all in one place. Also look over options for Early Release days.

Some providers are offering 2 hour classes or back-to-back one hour options in response to the new bell times. Registration will close September 24th.

The Fall schedule runs from October 3rd to December 15th.

Join us for the New Year Welcome on Monday

8am in the Bryant Lunchroom

Please note the corrected date. Join us for breakfast treats and beverages! After you see your kids into school on Monday, come join us in the lunchroom to (re)connect with other parents, the administration and PTSA leaders. Talk to some of Bryant’s organizers, learn about our many events and activities, and find out how you can put your skills to work for the community.