Family Arts Night needs volunteer leads!

Family Arts Night is a favorite event at Bryant: each April, students get to showcase their skills in a series of art projects including a T-shirt screen-printing station where students can screen the event logo on their own T-shirt. We are looking for 2 co-leaders for this event as well. Volunteers helping to organize these events will have the support and mentorship of the Bryant Arts Committee.

Please contact Kristin Zwiers with your interest!

Bryant Running Club begins next Fri, Sept 21

Bryant Running Club is open to all students, grades K-5, who are interested in running. Runners will meet with a volunteer coach to stretch, play running games, and run laps at their own pace. We will be meeting on the track and field at the back of the Bryant school playground from 2:25-3:10 p.m. on Fridays from September 21st to October 26th.  Another session will be offered in the spring semester.

Registration: We will not be collecting a club fee this year, however all runners must register and sign a waiver ahead of time. Fill out your registration form and waiver online.

Interested in volunteering with the Bryant Running Club? We are always looking for volunteers to help sign kids in and out, distribute tokens, and help facilitate activities. For more information contact volunteer lead Kim Bernier or coach Zosia Brown.

*NEW TIMES Prefunk the Bryant Way!

*Sorry for the back and forth on the timing. With the teachers’ union and district reaching a tentative agreement, and the SEA membership having its vote next Saturday, Tuesday afternoon is now open for the 1st-5th grade Back to Bryant event at its original time, with Kindergarten classes open on Friday.

1st-5th GRADES
Tues, Sept 4
3-4pm in the classroom
Lemonade and Bryant photo-booth: 3-5pm on the school yard
 
KINDERGARTEN
Fri, Sept 7
1:15-2:15pm in the classrooms
Lemonade and Bryant photo-booth: 2-3pm on the school yard
 
New this year… Ease back into the school year with a visit the day before classes start! Check out your new classroom, establish a nickname with your new teacher, and find the best spots in your new homeroom at this is a casual re-entry to the year. No need to bring anything other than yourself.
 
When you’ve had enough classroom time, come join everyone out on the school yard for some lemonade with lavender or rosemary from the garden, and photo booth fun until you’re ready to go home and get prepared for the big day.

New this year… Ease back into the school year with a visit the day before classes start! Check out your new classroom, establish a nickname with your new teacher, and find the best spots in your new homeroom at this is a casual re-entry to the year. No need to bring anything other than yourself.

When you’ve had enough classroom time, come join everyone out on the school yard for some lemonade with lavender or rosemary from the garden, and photo booth fun until you’re ready to go home and get prepared for the big day.

SPS Volunteer Requirements 2018-2019

Bryant parent volunteers who have direct contact with students such as classroom volunteers, field trip chaperones, volunteers providing support on the Playground and in the Lunchroom; volunteers providing support in the Computer Lab, Library, Running Club, Math Champs, Chess Club, Art Docents, Room Parents, Writer’s Celebration, Field Day, Bryant Blast, Drama and other activities need to complete the following requirements:

  1. Review the on-line Volunteer Handbook
  2. Review the Volunteer Policy #5630
  3. Complete the on-line Adult Sexual Misconduct Prevention course (one time)  **(17 minutes) Please forward the SPS confirmation email to ampatterson@seattleschools.org
  4. Seattle Public Schools Online Volunteer Application New this year, you can fill out your application online, and submit it for multiple different schools at the same time. Non-English speakers can have the form Google-translated online. You will need a digital copy/photo of your valid government issued ID and confirmation of completion of the Adult Sexual Misconduct Prevention course (see item #3). If you prefer, you may provide a paper copy of your valid photo ID to the Bryant office

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