Build community and have fun!

We’re bringing back the grade-level grants!

The Bryant PTSA is offering grants for you to hold an event for families in your grade level. Bryant PTSA will grant up to $500 to each grade level to build engagement among its families. The money is intended to help fund events for families to meet and form connections with each other, in the hopes that stronger social relationships will translate to a stronger school community for our children.

Some ideas for FUN ways to spend your grant:

  • Hold a potluck cookout at a local park where you provide the burgers/hot dogs
  • Host a game night at a community center or at school
  • Host a movie night with free concessions (the PTSA has movie licenses that would cover this!)
  • Put on a talent show
  • Host a summer-time event to get families together outside of the school-year

Download the grade-level grant info sheet, or email for info today.

Meet Your Politicians in the Bryant Library!

December 10, 6:15-7:00pm

Senator David Frockt, Representative Gerry Pollet, Representative Javier Valdez, SPS Director Hampson, SPS Director Hersey and newly elected City Councilman Alex Pedersen. This is an excellent opportunity for your family – kids included – to ask your politicians about issues that are important to you. Whether it is lead in the water in Seattle Public Schools, preventing gun violence, what the impact of I-976 will be on buses, how Special Education should be funded, and/or anything else that is on your mind.  
Light snacks will be served. Regular PTSA Board Meeting to follow.  
Questions?  Please contact

Attend the Bryant Fall Classic 2019!

Bryant Elementary is hosting its annual Bryant Fall Classic 2019 chess tournament! The Bryant Fall Classic is one of the state’s largest and oldest scholastic tournaments. Children of all levels of experience and ability are welcome! You do not need to be a member of the Bryant Chess Club to attend.

Bryant’s Annual Chess Tournament
Saturday, December 7th 20199am – 3pm

Check-in 7:45-8:30 am
Grades K, 1-3, 4-6NWSRS Rated, State Qualifier, Open Format

Tournament entry is FREE for Bryant families in the following categories: 1) Kindergartners, 2) Families volunteering at the tournament (sign up here to volunteer), and 3) Financial aid request.
FOR FREE REGISTRATION: Please email ben@nwchessreg.comInclude child’s last name, first name, grade, Bryant Elementary, contact last name, first name, phone, email address and reason for free entry.
Or pay for registration at:
Awards in all sections after final match. Concessions will be available.
Questions? Please contact

THANK YOU! Bryant Annual Campaign Reaches 92%

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.

Thank you for supporting teacher assessment time, field trips, educational enrichment and so much more. You make Bryant Elementary better. Bryant has educated kids in our community for more than 100 years. By supporting the Annual Campaign, you are developing a generation of leaders, community members, and future philanthropists. 

Thank you!

Volunteer Opportunity – Green Seattle

Our PTSA is excited to kick-off community service activities for our kids and families! Join us for our first volunteer event on Saturday, Nov 2nd for Green Seattle Day! The event runs 9 am-12 pm at Magnuson Park. Help restore and maintain our city’s forested parklands by planting trees & shrubs. Children and parents of all ages welcome. Learn more here and from the attached flyer. Bryant has 30 spots to sign up ASAP by filling out your information on this Google Doc
Questions? Please contact