The bookmark contest judges would like to thank all of the kids who submitted entries this year. We enjoyed the range of interesting books depicted and all of the terrific art that was submitted. It was very hard to choose.
Here are the Bryant artists whose bookmarks you will were featured at Writers’ Celebration this year:
- Finley S. (Kindergarten, Mr. Jones)
Alex X. (Kindergarten, Mr. Gallagher)
- Amelie S. (1st, Ms. Alphin)
Jonah F. (1st, Ms. Eeds)
- Avaani K. (2nd, Ms. Walquist)
Sonia S. (2nd, Ms. Walquist)
- Abby F. (3rd, Ms. Bernard)
Alagna P. (3rd, Ms. Bodine)
- Mila M. (4th Ms. James)
Finn C. (4th, Ms. Kearney)
- Suzannah C. (5th, Mr. Arango)
Talia F. (5th, Mr. Arango)
Congratulations! If anybody wants to retrieve the original copy of their submission, please contact Rachel Gleeson.
It’s finally here! Rain or shine, we’ll be Blasting on Saturday, noon-4pm! Bring all your family and friends for a fun day of games and activities inside and out. And come hungry! We’ll be serving up banh mi and hotdogs, as well as all your favorite carnival goodies!
Some of the highlights you won’t want to miss:
- Beat the Bucket featuring our 5th Graders
- Ropeworks jump rope demonstrations and workshops
- Pony Rides
- Cake Walk
- Raffle Baskets
- and so much more!
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 schoolwide 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). 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 2017 Writer’s 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) on the bookmark entry form. Two winners from each grade will have their bookmarks copied and distributed during this year’s Writer’s Celebration (May 25th). Please use only dark ink or pencil, no colors. Your design must fit within the box shown on this page. Also, no tracing is allowed.
Entries must be received by Wednesday, May 10th. Questions? Contact Rachel Gleeson
Bryant’s annual carnival and fundraiser, the Bryant Blast, will take place on Saturday, May 13, from noon-4 p.m. We need you to join our team of nearly 255 volunteers to make this fun-filled day a success!
The Blast’s SignUp Genius site is open and ready for your support. Sign-up for your preferred volunteer job and time slot now! Don’t delay so you can choose the job of your choice.
This year’s Blast will include time honored favorites such as pony rides, sno-cones, cake walk, face painting and high sought after raffle baskets. We’ll also have 2 performances and kids workshops with Ropeworks for jump roping fun. New this year — Gaga Ball, Mathnasium.
We look forward to seeing you on May 13th!
There are still plenty of spaces open for this year’s K-3 Science Night! Parents of young scientists should reserve a spot for their child by emailing me the child’s name and grade. K-3 Science Night will be held on Thursday, March 30th in the Bryant gym/cafeteria from 6:30-7:30PM. The deadline for sign ups is Monday, March 27th.
This week’s featured demonstration will help you figure out how much air your lungs can hold. Don’t worry, you won’t have to dissect yourself to find out! All you’ll need is some plastic tubing, a water bottle, some water, and the instructions from this Science Kids website. There you can also find lots of other great ideas for simple experiments and demonstrations.
For more information on K-3 Science Night, or to find links to great resources for experiments, please visit the K-3 Science Night webpage.
Natalya Yudkovsky, K-3 Science Night Organizer
The Bryant Blast will be held on Saturday, May 13th from 12 pm – 4 pm. Plan for pony rides, fun games and activities, sno-cones, tasty food and much, much more!
Wanna help plan the Blast? It can’t happen without you! We need assistance in the following areas. Contact the Blast Committee at email@example.com if you’re interested in helping.
- Raffle Baskets — Love to shop? Enjoy creating fun prize baskets? Then this is the job for you! Join our raffle basket team to assist with collecting items and creating these highly sought after Blast items!
- Crazy Hats — Do you enjoy seeing what fun creations Bryant kids come up with to sell at the Blast? We need 1 to 2 volunteer to take the lead in getting hat supplies to rooms, collecting finished hats and determining ticket price per hat for the day of the Blast. No artistic talent needed!
- Face Paint Lead — Do you have a flair for face painting or just enjoy creating a fun space for kids to get an awesome design on Blast day? We need 1 volunteer to take the reins and organize the designs for the day. Much of this work is already complete from last year’s lead. This position doesn’t require much time but you’d need to be available to set up the station on the day of the Blast.