Bry-Centennial Annual Campaign reaches 92% participation and we exceeded our goal of $150,000 in support of our kids!
Because of you, Bryant students will benefit from growth and enrichment activities, services and support. Because of you, Bryant students will participate in activities like art and music in classrooms, expanding education beyond math, science and reading. Because of you, teachers will receive extra support through classroom supplies, academic specialists and tutors. Because of you, kids will get the early intervention necessary and allow classroom teachers to focus on the class and provide each student the attention needed to succeed in school. Read more
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.
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.
All meetings are at 7pm in the Bryant Library unless otherwise noted. (Dates in bold are General Meetings)
September 20, 2018
Minutes | Budget | Treasurer Overview
October 9, 2018
Minutes | Budget YTD | approved 2018-19 | Social Emotional Learning presentation
November 13, 2018
Minutes | Budget
December 11, 2018
January 15, 2019
February 12, 2019
March 12, 2019
April 2, 2019
May 14, 2019
June 11, 2019 (in the lunchroom)
Fri, Sept 7 • 6:30-8pm
There’s nothing like finishing off the first week back (or if you’re a Kindergartner, celebrating the last Friday before school starts) at Bryant with ice cream! This is the long-awaited time for students and parents to rub shoulders with all the old buddies, favorite teachers, and new friends. One bowl for $3 or two bowls for $5 supports the 4th Graders as they start raising funds for 5th Grade camp. Enter through the set of three doors on the southwest side of the building adjacent to the Bryant “Hands On Garden.”
And 4th Graders, this kicks off our fundraising for next year’s Islandwood camp, and it’s your rite of passage into the ice cream scooper hall of fame! Don’t miss out — reserve your spot now!
What is the Writers’ Celebration? Every year at Bryant the PTSA celebrates the accomplishments of all our student writers by hosting the Writers’ Celebration, a school-wide event during which each student has the opportunity to share a piece of writing – a book, story or poem he or she has authored — in small, multi-age groups. This is one of the few activities at Bryant that mixes all grade levels, and it is heartwarming to watch the older students help and encourage the younger ones. The students work long and hard on these projects and are very proud to share them with their peers.
Where do you come in? We will need volunteers to lead a group of six or seven enthusiastic students for 50 minutes. Each group will be facilitated either by 1-2 volunteer leaders or by a teacher. Please note that due to space constraints, we will be unable to accommodate any additional parent spectators.
How do you sign up?
- Step 1: In order to lead a group, you must complete all SPS volunteer requirements (which include a screening disclosure form, taking a short online course, reviewing online docs, and providing copy of photo ID). Review the 2107-2018 Volunteer Requirements. Please take a moment to complete all volunteer requirements. If you have already done so this year, you do not need to do it again.
- Step 2: Complete the volunteer request web form or complete and return the paper form that will come home with your child in early May.
Questions? Please contact Volunteer Lead, Brent Aliverti.
The 2018 Writers’ Celebration is right around the corner, and that means it’s time for the annual bookmark design contest! Bryant students are invited to design a bookmark based on a book (or related to a book or reading). Two winners from each grade will have their bookmarks copied and distributed during this year’s Writer’s Celebration (May 24th). Download your entry form, or look for it in kid mail.
Entries must be received by Wednesday, May 9th.
Questions? Contact Rachel Gleeson