At Bryant Schools, we offer an exceptional Pre-K program for children. If your child will be four (4) years on or before August 1 and lives in the Bryant School District, we invite you to join our Pre-K. Success starts here! Applications available at bryantschools.org.
Social Emotional Learning directly influences a student's academic achievement and their ability to learn. Bryant’s commitment to Capturing Kids’ Hearts shows how much we love our students and families. Even in difficult times, our public schools are making connections each day with their students, families and broader communities. #PublicSchoolProud
Help rebuild the blood supply by donating tomorrow at the Bryant Boys & Girls Club. Donations benefit the Bryant High School Scholarship program. More info 🩸 arkbi.org 🩸.
Students in grades 6-12 identified as Gifted and Talented can enroll in Pre-AP, Accelerated, Advanced Placement and Concurrent Credit Courses each year. Check out these and other opportunities for Secondary Gifted and High Ability Students: bit.ly/3pNEiPu
Bryant Public Schools is PROUD to serve a diverse population of students. We work hard to ensure all students receive an equitable education while creating opportunities for each and every one to be successful. #PublicSchoolProud
Bryant Schools is excited to welcome students and staff back to campus and classes tomorrow, Tuesday, February 23. We would like to extend a special thank you to our administrators for driving the roads in our district to determine if they were safe for bus routes. We also want to thank to our city and county street crews for clearing roadways. As a reminder, ALL students will be dismissed early tomorrow for Secondary Parent-Teacher Conferences. While an early dismissal is not optimal after being remote for six days, the date was already set on the school calendar. Find the early dismissal schedule here: bit.ly/2ZtL968. (Please Note: Grade 10 and grade 12 students will have a Remote Learning Day on Tuesday, February 23 while grade 11 students take the free ACT-11 exam on campus. Grade 11 students who have opted-out of the free ACT-11 exam will also have a Remote Learning Day. The ACT exam date has been scheduled since last semester.) See you tomorrow, Hornets!
It’s Gifted and Talented Awareness Week! Bryant Public Schools offers a variety of programs for students who are identified as gifted. Do you recognize these characteristics and traits in your child? bit.ly/37B4yq4 Learn more about gifted programs and the referral process at bryantschools.org/gt.
No doubt public schools look different this year. Bryant Public Schools have provided onsite instruction FIVE days a week while keeping our students safe, learning and growing. Learn more at bit.ly/3by5YCS and join us in celebrating #PublicSchoolsWeek.
Since many of the side roads in our district remain hazardous, Bryant Schools (including Pre-K) will be closed for onsite classes on Monday, Feb. 22. This will be a Remote Learning Day for students. Students will access their assignments through Google Classroom. Since paper packets were sent home with only five days of school assignments, teachers will work with students who do not have a device and/or internet to complete assignments for this remote learning day.
REMINDER: ALL students will be dismissed early on Tuesday, February 23. Secondary schools (grades 6-12) will hold virtual Parent-Teacher Conferences from 2:00-7:30pm. Teachers will contact parents to set up a conference time.
Who's up for a challenge? Gifted & Talented Awareness Week is coming up! Participate in our Family STEM Challenge by creating a marble run with your family. Instructions here ⇉ ⇉ ⇉ bit.ly/3tYo0a5
Tomorrow will mark a full week of Remote Learning for Bryant Schools. Bryant Schools (Pre-K through 12th grade) will be closed on Friday, February 19 for onsite learning. Students should spend the Remote Learning day working on new Google Classroom assignments or paper packets. Finish up any work from the week which has not been completed. Remember, teachers are scheduling Zoom sessions for students who need help. Teachers are also available through email to provide assistance. We hope to see our Hornets back in school on Monday!
GOOD NEWS: Bryant High School is now a SAT testing site! Directions to Register: collegereadiness.collegeboard.org/sat/register/online-registration-help
KINDERGARTEN REGISTRATION: If your child will be five (5) years of age on or before August 1 and lives in the Bryant School District, he/she is ready to be a Hornet! Learn more about Bryant’s kindergarten program: youtu.be/HKgf9d65ttk Registration checklist: bit.ly/KRegistration2021
Hornet families, we hope you are enjoying this once-in-a-lifetime snow event! Bryant Schools (including Pre-K) will be closed for onsite learning on Thursday, February 18. Since Thursday will be a Remote Learning day, students may access assignments through Google Classroom or work on assignments in paper packets. Teachers are available via email if you need help!
Are you a certified teacher (K-12), Special Education teacher, or bus driver interested in being part of Bryant Public Schools? Join our Virtual Job Fair on Tuesday, March 9 from 5-8pm. Visit with school administrators using your computer or mobile phone. Secure your spot by registering at bit.ly/BPSJobFair21 by March 3. Additional information is available at bryantschools.org/page/job-fair.
The Bryant School Board meeting scheduled for Thursday evening has been moved to next Thursday, February 25.
Students will learn remotely on Wednesday, February 17. All Bryant Schools (including Pre-K) will be CLOSED for onsite instruction. Students may access assignments through Google Classroom or continue work in paper packets. We hope all our Hornets are staying warm and safe.
Gifted & Talented Awareness Week is coming up! Want a fun indoor activity for the whole family? Participate in our Family STEM Challenge by creating a marble run. Instructions here ⇉ ⇉ ⇉ bit.ly/3tYo0a5
Bryant Public Schools (including Pre-K) will be CLOSED for onsite instruction and will pivot to Remote Learning on Tuesday, February 16. Students may access assignments through Google Classroom or work on assignments in paper packets. Stay warm, stay safe, and enjoy the snow!