Bryant Schools is excited to announce we have FIVE schools selected as a Capturing Kids' Hearts National Showcase School! Through the National Showcase Schools™ awards, Capturing Kids’ Hearts® recognizes and celebrates schools that go the extra mile each day, creating the social-emotional safety on school campuses that is conducive to learning. #BryantProud #opp4success
An accident near Parkway Elementary is causing a delay for buses in the Davis Elementary area. Students may arrive home later than usual today.
Bryant PreK offers low-income AND tuition spots in our program. The Bryant PreK serves students using the Arkansas Better Chance for School Success (ABCSS), Child Care Development Fund (Federal PreK), and private pay options. Call 847-5650 for more information.
Congratulations to the Bryant High School H.E.A.T. (Hornet Engineering, Aerospace, & Technology) for their 1st place finish in Team Design Interview at the State SeaPerch Underwater Robotics Competition. Now, on to the World Championship in May! #BryantProud
We are so excited to share this new opportunity for learning … iPads for students in grades 6-12! #opp4success
The month of April is the Month of the Military Child. Bryant Public Schools is proud to have students in our district who are members of military families. We want to thank the Jones Family for making Bryant their home and for the sacrifices they all make for our freedom. Read their story ⇉ https://bit.ly/3uXrnOd. #ArMilKids
The Bryant School Board will meet tonight (Thursday, April 15) at 6pm in the Bryant High School Multi-Purpose Room. Agenda: https://bit.ly/3gamAVh
BHS is hosting the AMAA Championships at Hornet Arena. Winter Guards will perform in both prelims and finals on Friday, April 16, starting at 5pm. Winds and Percussion will perform in prelims and finals on Saturday, April 17, starting at 2pm. Tickets: https://bit.ly/3uMmebM
Bryant Robotics had another HUGE win this weekend! The Bryant High School robotics program gave an outstanding performance at the state robotics tournament. BHS had two teams qualify for the tournament and those teams finished state champion and state runner-up. Both teams are now qualified to compete for a world championship in May. Join us in congratulating these students on their great accomplishment and wishing them the best of luck in the World Competition. Doug Maxwell is the sponsor.
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! Registration information: https://bit.ly/KRegistration2021
Let's celebrate more #GoodThings: All four BJHS robotics teams excelled at the AR Middle School VRC State Championship on April 8: • 1338X X-HEAT won the Innovate Award. • 1338B Blue HEAT made it to the finals in the tournament earning a spot to the VEX World Championship. • 1338X X- HEAT won the State Championship tournament. They are the State Champions and have also earned a spot to the VEX World Championship. • 1338W White HEAT earned the Excellence Award, the top award given to a robot that excelled in all areas of competition. The award earned them a spot to the VEX World Championship. We are #BryantProud of these exceptional students! Thank you to Everett Buick GMC for sponsoring these teams.
The parent friendly 2021-2022 school calendar is now available online at https://5il.co/rdwd.
Bethel Robotics competed in the VEX IQ State Robotics Tournament on April 6. BeMS was represented by three teams and fourteen 14 students competing in both virtual skills and a live tournament. Team 43179 B tied for second in state and qualified for VEX World Championship Tournament in May. Congratulations to these robotics champions! #BryantProud
Our school health nurses prepare and train for many types of emergencies. Bryant’s Nursing Department recently applied for and received thirteen Blue & You Mini Grants to purchase 12 AEDs for cardiac emergencies (one new AED for each school campus) and Intranasal Naloxone (for opioid-related drug overdoses) for each school within the district. #PublicHealthWeek #SchoolNurses
Paraprofessionals are essential members of our Bryant team. They do critically important work every single day, creating opportunities for students of all abilities to learn, grown and succeed. Thank you fo all you do!
It's National Assistant Principals Week! Join us in recognizing these incredibly hard working assistant principals for everything they do for our students and district! #APWeek21 ELEMENTARY Tisha Long (BES); Lindsey McBride (CES); Suzanne McDermott (DES); Angela Mask (HCES); Amie Horn (HFES); Kameron Ervin (PES); Lee Ann McDaniel (SES); Deborah Tazelaar (SPES) BEMS: Brian Nivens, Jennifer Francis BMS: Dr. Lesa Lindberg, Jeff Adams, John Hall (ALE) BJHS: Leah Garner, Joe Allbritton, Dr. Laura Fee BHS: Eric Andrews, Dexter Barksdale, Michele Waymire, Julie Parker, Tim Hall (ALE)
The Bryant School Board will meet at 6 pm tonight (Monday, April 5) in the BHS Multi-Purpose Room for a special meeting followed by a work session. Work Session Agenda: bit.ly/2Q2mDaY Special Meeting Agenda: bit.ly/2PYOIQp
Bryant High School’s chapter of FBLA had 15 students qualify for the State Leadership Conference. Two students placed in the top 4, qualifying for the FBLA National Leadership Conference this summer. #BryantProud Savannah Rousey, 10th grade | 2nd Place- Introduction to Business Communications Sydney Humphrey, 12th grade | 4th Place - Economics
This year's National Public Health Week theme is Building Bridges to Better Health. Healthy schools equal healthy communities. Students must be healthy to be educated and must be educated to be healthy. School nurses are public health's eyes and ears for the nation's children and families. School nurses work with children, families, communities, as well as public health departments and educators. The primary goal for school nurses is to keep children safe, healthy, and ready to learn. #NPHW
As testing season begins today, we want to encourage all of our Hornets to do your very best. Show what you know!