We’ll celebrate our Bryant walkers one last time this Friday, October 28, 7:30-7:40 am. Gather at one of the meeting spots (see map) for a fall treat, enjoy the walker company, then head to school together!
Meeting points (stars on the map):
- West Station: 30th Ave. NE/NE 60th St.
- South Station: 33rd Ave. NE/NE 55th St.
- North Station: 32nd Ave. NE/NE 65th St.
- East Station: 36th Ave. NE/NE 60th St.
Live NW of Bryant? There will be a walking school bus starting just west of Third Place Books. Details here.
Can’t squeeze in the whole walk to school in the morning? Consider walking part of the way – park the car a few blocks from school, then enjoy the stroll to school. And please stop by one of our walker bus stops!
Thursday, November 10th 1:25-1:55
Invite the veterans in your life to this year’s Veteran’s Day assembly at Bryant. During the assembly they will be asked to come up to the front to be acknowledged for their service. They can be veterans of the U.S military or from other nations. They can be currently serving in the military.
Please make sure your guest knows the day and time to be here. They should sign as a guest visitor in at the office, then meet us in the lunchroom. Thank you for your help in making our assembly meaningful.
We are seeking a team member who will be responsible for following-up on student absences, supporting students when needed, and providing classroom management support to an ASE computer class instructor.
Applicants should be reliable, positive, have experience working with children, possess basic classroom management skills, and have knowledge of the computer game “Minecraft”.
This is a 1.5 hr position Monday – Friday at Bryant Elementary School. Pay range $15 – $20 an hour depending on experience. Required to pass background check.
Please email letter of interest and resume to Clive Woodhouse.
Tuesday, Nov 1: Picture Retakes (Individual)
Friday, Nov 4: 8am Chat with the Principals
Tuesday, Nov 8: 7pm PTSA Board Meeting
Thursday, Nov 10: 1:25-1:55pm Veteran’s Day Assembly
Friday, Nov 11: No School, Veterans Day
Wednesday, Nov 16: 12:05pm 2-hour Early Dismissal
Nov 21 – 25: No School, Teacher Conferences and Thanksgiving Break
Bryant’s walkers were out in full force last Friday, with the beginning of International Walk to School Month: four walking bus stops offered treats and company to families getting to school on foot; a walking school bus picked up passengers in the neighborhood NW of Bryant; and over 130 students were counted as walkers that day. In fact, the kindergartners and 4th graders were tied for having the most walkers that morning – 28 each!
There will not be any Walktober events this coming Friday, due to no school. We will resume the festivities on Friday, Oct 21.
In the meantime, did you know that every intersection is considered a crosswalk, even if it is not marked? State law requires motorists to yield to a pedestrian at marked or unmarked crosswalks.
Coming soon to a screen near you Fri, Oct 14!
It’s Bryant Family Movie Night, screening… Zootopia!
All Bryant families are invited to come watch a FREE movie, munch on popcorn and hang out with their favorite sidekicks. This event is being planned by the Fourth Grade Fundraising Team, but is for EVERYONE and designed for fun and community building. All proceeds from popcorn, concessions, and the bake sale will go toward the Islandwood fundraising goal. And, of course, any donations are always appreciated.
Date: Friday October 14, 2016 (School is out that day for a Teacher Inservice, but we’re taking over the school that night anyway)
Time: Doors open at 6, movie starts at 6:30 (movie is 108 minutes long). We will plan to be out of the building no later than 9pm.
Place: Bryant lunchroom
Bring: A clean blanket for kiddos to sit on. Adults can sit on blankets or bring chairs for the back row only.
$: Bring cash for popcorn, concessions, and baked goods, the movie is free. Donations accepted.
Questions contact us at email@example.com. We can’t wait to see you and your kiddos!
Seattle Public Schools and Seattle Education Association are partnering to increase students’ access to core content, improve instruction and accelerate student achievement.
As part of the Collective Bargaining Agreement process, SEA and SPS agreed to add 20 minutes to the school day in 2017-18 and provide one hour per week of teacher collaboration time. As the district plans to make this schedule adjustment, we want to hear from families and stakeholders on how the additional time should be added and how and when to schedule the collaboration time.
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Review how your preferences would change your child’s schedule.
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