Nathan Eckstein Middle School
3003 NE 75th St
Thurs, Feb 9, 6 – 8 pm
No RSVP needed
Presentation and Q&A in the auditorium for students and their families.
This will be the only time for incoming students and/or parents to see the school. There will be NO daytime visits scheduled.
Jane Addams Middle School (JAMS)
11051 34th Ave NE
Morning Open House and Tour – Adults Only
Tues, Feb 7, 9 – 10:30am
Presentation by Principal Montgomery and Q&A in the Cafeteria for students and their families. JAMS student leaders will then take parents/guardians on a tour of the school. Please RSVP at 206-252-4500.
Evening Open House and Tour – Families and Students
Tues, Feb 7, 6:30 – 8:15pm
Meet in the Auditorium for a brief welcome and then families and students will have a chance to visit classrooms, meet teachers, look at curriculum, and learn more about our programs and classes. No RSVP needed.
Hazel Wolf K-8 Stem School
11530 12th Ave NE
Daytime tours (9-11am):
Wed, Feb 8 • Thurs, Feb 9 • Tues, Feb 14
Evening tours (6:30-8pm):
Thurs, Feb 2 • Wed, Feb 15
ELL Info Night (6-8pm):
Thurs, Feb 9
Bryant’s online auction, which in the past was held in conjunction with the Bryant Blast, is moving to March this school year. It will be its own stand-alone event (online, of course), and we need your help to make it a success.
Right now, we’re asking for donations of auction items. What could you give? Who do you know who could give something awesome? Here are some examples of things we’re looking for:
- Seahawks, Sounders or Mariners tickets
- Gift cards to local restaurants, bars and pubs
- Ski lift tickets
- Vacation rentals
- Unique experiences (tour a TV station, create and name a burger at a local cafe, etc.)
- Parent parties (wine tasting, family street party, etc.) The sky’s the limit with this one!
- Shopping and retail gift cards
- Movie and theater tickets
The list goes on! We’re asking you to be creative and help us fill the auction with things our community will chomp at the bit to bid on — all in support of our amazing school. The deadline for auction item submissions is Feb. 1.
Ready to donate? Fill out an auction form with your donation and contact information and mail it with the item to the school (or drop it off in the front office). There are also printed forms available in the office.
Questions? Get in touch with us. Thank you!
Attention all parents we need YOU! 4th and 5th Graders are going to be continuing a Bryant tradition with Night at the Wax Museum, March 23-25, and there are lots of ways you can help between now and then.
Play rehearsals start January 3rd and volunteers are needed during rehearsals to help supervise students, assist with set and other tech design, and provide snack. Volunteers are also needed to support students and the production team during the run of the show.
IMPORTANT NEEDS: Costume Lead and Support (Jan-Mar), Set Design Lead (Jan-Mar), Backstage Coordinator (March), Performance Supervisor (March), Ticket Lead, Bake Sale Lead and more! See Additional Play Support Sign Up (link below) for details.
Middle School and High School students are also welcome to volunteer – have any in your household? Know any Roosevelt Drama students with free time? They have to fill out the volunteer paperwork, but they are welcome!
In just a few short weeks we will be kicking off our 5th Grade Science Fair program! We are looking for volunteers to support this longstanding program. The 5th Grade Science Fair is an in-class program that links small groups of students with UW scientist mentors to develop and conduct an experiment.
Volunteers are needed for the following roles:
- Photograph experiments and groups
- Providing in-class support for our UW Scientist Mentors
- Gathering students from classrooms to participate in experiments. Collect extra supplies from science fair closet.
*Fridays, January 13 thru March 3 from 12:45 to 1:45pm
See link to sign up: 5th Grade Science Fair Support for ANY dates you are available. Read more
New Playground Supervisor Needed: Paid Position!
Do you have a few extra hours in the middle of your school day? Do you love being outside? If so, we’d like to hear from you! One of our current playground monitors (Spencer) is moving on, and we are looking for someone to replace him. Ideally, we hope to find someone who enjoys working with young children, has good people skills, and is looking for a part-time position in a school setting. As a key member of our staff, this person works with our teachers and one other playground supervisor to keep our students safe and well during our lunch and afternoon recesses.
This PTSA funded position pays $13 hourly, with a daily time commitment between 10:30 and 1:30 pm. We are looking to hire someone as soon as possible, who will begin in early January. If interested, please contact Julie Pearson, Assistant Principal, or at 206-252-5200.
Registration for Winter after school classes opens soon at www.seattlease.org. You can view all of the class descriptions, register, and pay online. All in one place!
Registration will open December 11th at 11:59 am and close December 24th. The Fall schedule runs from January 3rd to April 7th. Contact the ASE Coordinator for further information.
Winterfest Concert and Book Fair
Wednesday, December 14 at 7pm
We’ve moved Winterfest to Wednesday! Bring the entire family to take part in Bryant’s celebration of the holidays.
Listen to a seasonal concert by the Bryant music program, including the bell choir, band and orchestra. The concert will be held at the stage in the cafeteria. In the front hall, enjoy delicious baked goods and hot cocoa and help fund the 4th grade’s class trip to Islandwood next Fall.
Come early (and stay late!) to shop our popular Winterfest Book Fair in the Library. The Univeristy Bookstore stocks us with popular titles for kids and their adults, as well as fun gifts for everyone on your list. Check out the teacher shelves at the Book Fair for great teacher/classroom gift ideas.