Don’t miss this opportunity for your kids to create a collage, write a story or poem, paint or draw a picture, choreograph a dance, take a photograph, create a computer-generated image – almost anything that the theme, “Heroes Around Me,” inspires them to think up. Several Bryant submissions will be selected for entry at City level. ALL entries will be displayed in our hallway for Family Art Night in April. Make sure to help your kids understand the requirements for each category and for packaging and labeling their entries.
Theme: “Heroes Around Me”
Submissions: place in box in Bryant Library with completed entry form.
Deadline: Monday, November 5th.
Program Details: contact Kristin Zwiers or Amber Calo or visit the program website.
Parents/Guardians are invited to join their studnets on Tuesday, October 16th in the Bryant Cafeteria during lunch hours (11am – 12:40pm) for a breakfast for lunch menu. Please join only during the time your child is having lunch due to limited occupancy. Parents/Guardians are not required to purchase a lunch but if you are, bring cash to pay (kids $3, adults $4.75).
K – 11am – 11:20am
1st – 11:25am – 11:45am
2nd & 3rd – 11:50am – 12:10pm
4th & 5th – 12:15pm – 12:35pm
Thanks, hope to see everyone around. For more information, please contact Corrine Collins Nutrition Manager.
Friday, October 19
Doors open at 6pm, Movie starts at 6:30pm
Movie is FREE, but bring cash for concessions!
All Bryant families are invited to join us for a movie screening in the Bryant cafeteria. We can’t post the name of the movie online, but let’s just say you’ll be in the company of monsters! Bring a clean blanket for kids to sit on the floor, and dress up as your cuddliest monster (if you want!). We’ll have hot dogs, popcorn, baked goods and candy for sale to support next year’s 5th Grade Islandwood experience. Kids do need an adult to attend with them. There will also be a door prize drawing, courtesy of the Annual Campaign.
Fourth graders and parents are encouraged to sign up for bringing goodies and working shifts the night of the movie. Check out the Sign Up Genius!
Take the Washington State PTA online survey now to help PTSA delegates vote on the TOP 5 issues for the upcoming WA State PTA 2019-2020 Legislative Short-term platform. Vote on issues supporting the “Health, Education & Welfare” of our students:
- School Meals
- Closing the Gaps to Pre-school
- Social Emotional Learning
- Teacher Shortages
- Gun Safety and more…..
The survey is open now through October 5th. Take the survey to find out what’s on the proposed agenda and share your priorities with Bryant PTSA.
Questions: Contact one of Bryant’s legislative co-chairs: Jean Charette, Diana Fryc, or Yvonne Humenay Roberts
The Bryant School community warmly welcomes you to explore rewarding volunteer opportunities. Learn when and how to be involved in your student’s classroom. The opportunities are many: reading groups, science, computer, class parties and project prep. Seattle Public Schools new online volunteer application for school volunteers will also be discussed and questions answered.
Beyond the classroom, the Bryant PTSA has many volunteer opportunities to fit the busiest of parent schedules. Parent involvement benefits every student in our school. Room parents are strongly encouraged to attend.
There are two sessions to choose from:
Monday, October 1 from 8-9 a.m. in Bryant LASER
Thursday, October 4 from 6-7 p.m. in the Bryant Library
This evening session will be followed by a Back to Schoo Mixer at Ravenna Brewing Co, where PTSA will supply some light noshes.
The session presenters will be Volunteer Coordinator, Ann Marie Patterson, and PTSA Co-Volunteer Coordinator, Tammy Shorr. If you have any questions, contact Ann Marie Patterson by email or at (206) 252-5220.
Because of your prompt payment, we have collected all the fees needed to give our kids and teachers the learning supplies for the school year.
We purchased over $21,000 in supplies for the start of the school year and will purchase an additional $7,000 over the next 10 months. With the amazing efforts of volunteers who came in before the start of school, we delivered more than 5 pallets of supplies to homeroom classrooms and specialty rooms like the library, gym, and music.
You helped purchase 12,182 pencils, 3,492 glue sticks, 1,220 pink erasers, 940 white board markers, 585 boxes of Kleenex, 572 sharpies and so much more for our kids.
You also raised $3,900 for a Seattle school in need. The school, without a PTSA, has a substantial free and reduced lunch population of 73% and is grateful for this unexpected help. Once they receive the donation and have the opportunity to put it to good use, we will send out an update on how you helped this school and its kids to have a better school year. You still have an opportunity to donate, please visit our payment website to support Seattle students in need.
Thursday, September 27
- Kindergarten: 5:30-6:25 in classrooms
- First Grade: 5:30-6:20 start in classrooms and end in the library
- Second Grade: 6:30-7:20 in classrooms
- Third Grade: 6:30-7:20 start in the library and end in classrooms
- Fourth Grade: 6:30-7:15 in classrooms
Parents and guardians, this is your opportunity to meet with their kids’ teachers and get an overview of the curriculum for the year. Some grade levels will present as a team this night, discussing their combined goals. K-4th Grade Curriculum night 2018 is on Thursday, Sept 27. We’ll have a map available at the entrance to help you find your way to your classrooms.
Child care available starting at 6pm.
This is an parent/guardian-only event. If you need child care, LASER will be open starting at 6pm for $15/child (over 5 years old). You don’t need to be currently enrolled in LASER to use this service. Sign up for Curriculum Night care now.