Do you like to figure out how things work? Are you interested in plants and animals? Do you ask your parents a lot of questions about the world around you? Do you like to mix things together, touch things, and perform experiments at home? Then, get ready to be a scientist at K-3 Science Night!
K-3 Science Night is an opportunity for children (not their parents) in kindergarten through 3rd grade to present science experiments or demonstrations to their peers.
K-3 Science Night will be held on Thursday, March 29th in the Bryant gym/cafeteria from 6:30-7:30PM. Parents of young scientists should reserve a spot for their child by emailing email@example.com with their child’s name and grade. Due to space constraints, we have to limit the total number of presentations/demonstrations to 95, so sign up early to reserve a spot for your child or group. The deadline for sign ups is Monday, March 22nd.
If your child doesn’t want to present an experiment, that’s no problem — everyone is welcome to attend K-3 Science Night to see what all the fun is about, and you don’t have to sign up to attend!
Stay tuned to the Bryant Weekly for weekly suggestions for fun experiments to try at home with your child. I hope to see as many young scientists as possible, and look forward to an evening of science excitement!
Thanks and look forward to seeing all the young scientists on March 29th.
The K-3rd Science Night Team
Now offering 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 firstname.lastname@example.org for info today.
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 email@example.com. Thank you!
Please remember to check the Lost and Found racks located in the main hallway and the lost and found closet, for any of your student’s lost items. There are many sweaters, coats, lunchboxes, water bottles and miscellaneous items that would love to be reunited with their owners! Please make sure to label your students items with their last name, if labeled we make our best effort to return to your students.
ALL UNCLAIMED ITEMS WILL BE DONATED TO CHARITY ON DEC 15TH .
Calling Bryant walkers and bikers: our last walk/bike event of 2017 will take place Friday morning, Dec 15.
What: Wintertime Ramble
Where: Top Pot Doughnuts in Wedgwood (6855 35th Ave NE).
When: Friday, Dec 15, 7-7:30 am
Who: Bryant walkers and bikers and their parents
How: NEW FORMAT — come for donuts and coffee, visit with friends, get merry, then head to school with your parents as you please. In the past the Bryant Bike Fairy has led the bikers en masse to school, but she is not going to do that this time.
It’ll be dark so make sure you have lights or reflective gear so we can ride and walk safely.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Winterfest Book Fair will open for business in the Bryant Library starting Friday, December 8. There will be a broad selection of children’s books as well as adult titles. The library receives 25% of all sales! Stop by after school or your ASE classes, with extended hours Thursday during the Winterfest festivities! And be sure to check the teacher wish list shelves for great classroom gifts.
- Fri, Dec 8, 6-8pm during Movie Night
Mon, Dec 11, 2:25-4pm
Tues, Dec 12, 2:25-4pm
Wed, Dec 13, 1:10-4pm
Thurs, Dec 14, 2:25-4pm & 6-8pm during Winterfest!
Can’t make it to the Book Fair at school? Shop at the University Bookstore in the U district, or shop online any time for their extended selection of books, art supplies and Husky gear. Use the code BES to benefit Bryant year-round!
Questions? Contact Elizabeth Geist, Kirsten Anderson, Judy Haley or Kim Love