Experience Peter Pan

The 4th and 5th Grade actors and techies have been hard at work rehearsing and putting together this year’s spring play, Peter Pan. Come support our two casts at this annual tradition!

  • Thursday, March 23 at 7 pm (cast A)
  • Friday, March 24 at 7 pm (cast B)
  • Saturday, March 25 matinee at 2 pm (cast B)
  • Saturday, March 25 evening at 7 pm (cast A)

Remember to come with cash! We’ll have plenty of bake sale goodies available to get you through the performances!

We’ll be pre-selling tickets for $5 each after school on the playground starting Fri, March 16 going through performance nights. Get your tickets early and beat the rush on the performance days.

Here’s the Bryant auction link!

The Bryant online auction is now OPEN! It will be open all week and close at 10 p.m. on Monday, March 12. That gives you plenty of time to check out all of our offerings and bid, bid, bid. Remember, it’s all in support of Bryant’s PTSA. So get in there and have some fun! You can also share this link with your friends and family, even if they’re not Bryant families. Everyone is welcome to participate!


Peter Pan costumes for Bryant Play: 2018

Mr. Darling — a dark suit with white collared shirt and dark tie. A bowler Hat
[BRYANT PLAY HAS: several suit jackets, white button-down, ties; black hat; dark green bowler hat]

Mrs. Darling — Floor length, long sleeved, light colored dress with a sash around the waist, light colored shoes or slippers. Hair in a fancy bun. Clip-on earrings
[BRYANT PLAY HAS: long white fitted dress, 2 brown hats that would fit with this character, fabric for sash]

Liza (household maid) — knee length black dress, lace trimmed apron, lace trimmed white cap, black stockings, sensible black shoes
[BRYANT PLAY HAS: white bonnets]

Nana — white leggings and white long-sleeved shirt with brown patches on the back and legs. Brown stocking cap with dark brown ears attached. Knee pads.

Wendy — Blue nightgown (with white leggings on underneath) and a pocket, blue ribbons in hair, blue or white canvas shoes.  If no pocket available in nightgown, can wear a dressing gown with a pocket instead of nightgown.

Michael — Yellow PJ shirt/pants set and canvas shoes

John — Pajama shirt & pants, canvas shoes

The Lost Boys — actor’s choice of a combination of the following:

  • Brown, or navy blue pants, worn with holes and perhaps pockets ripped or legs different lengths
  • Solid color long sleeved button up shirt also distressed like the pants
  • Undershirt, dirty, with a men’s vest or jacket over it
  • Knee length shorts in brown or navy blue (not athletic shorts)
  • Knee length socks
  • Home-made looking hat or something used for a hat that wouldn’t normally be use like that
  • Brown or blue canvas shoes
    [BRYANT PLAY HAS: some brown fabric]

Peter Pan — Green leggings, a green tunic, green shoes (canvas shoes painted green would work great
[BRYANT PLAY HAS: 2 dark green vests and 2 sparkly green vests]


  • Green tank top
  • Green skirt
  • Green or clear butterfly wings
  • Green slippers
  • Necklace or ribbon choker
    [BRYANT PLAY HAS: 2 dark green vests and 2 sparkly green vests]

Captain Hook

  • Red or black trench coat or Naval Officer’s coat
  • brown or black leather belt
  • Pirate hat with feather
  • Man bun (optional hair)
  • Black Boots
    [BRYANT PLAY HAS: a hook! And lots of belts. And black combat boots, size 6]

Hook’s Pirates — actors’ choice of a combination of the following:

  • Black or brown pants in varying lengths from the knees to the ankles, distressed or ripped on the bottom of each leg.
  • White, brown, or gray long-sleeved button up shirt with wide collar, black or brown vest
  • Bandana for head in red or black
  • Stripped t-shirt in red and white stripes
  • Belt or sash upon which to hang a sword (can be made of rope)
  • Eye patch
  • Bare legs or white stockings and black shoes
    [BRYANT PLAY HAS: small red/white striped shirt; plenty of rope for sashes; 1 pair brown boots]


  • Blue/green hair wigs, or clip in extensions
  • Seashell necklace
  • Shiny blue, green, or purple tank top
  • Blue and green flowy skirt
  • Black leggings/ tights
  • Black flats
    [BRYANT PLAY HAS: 4 wigs in various colors, sparkly fabric, 1 pair black leggings

Tiger Lily

  • Dress (brown) (May be damaged slightly) (slightly above knees)
  • Tights (Black) (May be damaged slightly)
  • Boots (lace up combat boots)
  • Headband (preferably metallic) (If not we may paint it)
  • Belt (Silver or metallic)
  • Scarf: Red, in a light fabric
    [BRYANT PLAY HAS: red scarf, brown fabric, 1 pair of tall brown boots]


  • Dress (brown) (may be damaged) (slightly above knees)
  • Tights (really dark green) (may be damaged slightly)
  • Boots (lace up combat boots)
  • Belt (black)
  • Scarfs: each Amazon should find a solid color scarf in a light fabric (no two Amazons should have the same signature color). Scarfs can be worn in different ways, depending upon actor’s preference
    [BRYANT PLAY HAS: fabric to make scarves, belts]


Get those auction donations in!

Do you love to host a party? Do you have season tickets to one of the local sports teams or theaters? How about connections with local restaurants, yoga studios, stores, pubs, salons, kids’ party places, coffee shops, vacation rentals, unique experiences?

WE’RE LOOKING FOR AUCTION DONATIONS! There’s still time to get them in by the Feb. 1 deadline. Bryant’s online auction will be March 5–12, 2018, as its own stand-alone event.

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). Questions? Get in touch with us at bryantonlineauction@gmail.com. Thank you!

2018 5th Grade Science Fair – Thurs, March 8

The Science Fair will be held on Thursday, March 8, 7-8 p.m.

The 25th Annual 5th Grade Bryant Science Fair is coming soon! Please join the 5th grade students and their Scientist Mentors from UW for fascinating science presentations and demonstrations. All Bryant students and families are invited to this celebration of science.

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 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
  • Collect extra supplies from science fair closet

Dates, times, signup: Fridays, January 12 thru March 2, 1:15 to 2:15 p.m. Sign up here to volunteer as 5th Grade Science Fair support for ANY dates you are available.

Please contact Lauren Abraham if you have any questions. Thank you for considering!

Bryant Online Auction 2018

We need cool stuff for our online auction!

Bryant’s online auction will be March 5-12, 2018, as a stand-alone event. The auction committee is gearing up, and we’re starting by asking our Bryant parent community for any awesome items you might be able to donate.

What could you give? Do you know anyone who could give something cool? Here are examples of things we’d love to receive:

  • Seahawks, Sounders or Mariners tickets
  • Gift cards to local restaurants, bars and pubs
  • Vacation rentals
  • Unique experiences for kids and/or adults (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! Be creative and bring us any/all of your ideas!
  • 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 from our local community – all in support of our amazing school. The deadline for auction item submissions is Feb. 1, 2018.

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).

Questions? Get in touch with us at bryantonlineauction@gmail.com.

Thank you!

2017 Reflections art competition: Within Reach



Our best turn-out ever! Bryant Elementary students submitted sixty-five entries to Reflections, a national PTSA art competition. Recently, three local art professionals narrowed their selection to twelve entries to be sent along to the city-level competition. It was a very tough decision and our judges spent many hours studying all entries. Bryant’s twelve selections moving along to the city-level competition were notified last week! All sixty-five entries will be featured at Bryant’s Family Art Night later in the school year! 

All Reflections participants and patrons of the arts are invited to view the city-level finalists on display at the Seattle Center Armory (balcony). Art will be on display between December 1, 2017 and January 7, 2018. Bryant artists are features as part of 20 Seattle schools represented at this exhibit!

Thank you and your child for supporting the Arts at Bryant!

Questions: contact Beth Jacob-Files & Kelli Hessler.