The Playground Supervisor is primarily responsible for keeping Bryant Students safe and well during recesses. He or she coordinates playground volunteers, and oversees supervision and student safety on the playground at Bryant.
This position (funded through a PTSA grant) is paid hourly, with a daily time commitment between 10:15 and 1:45pm (3hrs paid, with half hour break for lunch.) This person will also serve on the Safety Committee, which meets one morning a month before school. If interested, please contact, Assistant Principal Julie Pearson.
Go Team Bryant! The Bryant Chess Club strongly encourages its members to participate in tournaments. Think of it like playing a sport: the weekly sessions are practices and scrimmages. Tournaments are where you put your skills and sportsmanship to the test in a gameday setting. Our students enjoy the healthy competition and camaraderie of supporting each other as a Team. Check back here regularly for a list of local tournaments.
5 game Swiss format
Qualifying for State
Unsure about something Bryant-related and not sure who to ask? Some especially knowledgeable PTSA folks will be wearing “Ask Me” pins the first few weeks around school. Stop them and ask whatever you want! If electronic communications are more your thing, drop us a line or send a Facebook message!
Seattle Public Schools and the Seattle Education Association have been meeting throughout the summer to negotiate a new tentative contract for Seattle teachers. As of Tuesday night, no tentative contract had been reached.
On Thursday, September 3 Seattle Public Schools teachers will vote on whether to accept a tentative contract agreement. No tentative agreement has been reached, and they will vote on whether to strike, which would affect the scheduled September 9 school start date.
In advance of the vote, Seattle teachers picketed at the high schools, including at Roosevelt on Wednesday, September 2nd.