It’s National Red Ribbon Week! Schools will be participating in Spirit Days to recognize the importance of remaining drug free. The theme for this year is Drug Free Looks Like Me™.
about 4 hours ago, Bryant Public Schools
Red Ribbon Week
It’s National Red Ribbon Week! Schools will be participating in Spirit Days to recognize the importance of remaining drug free. The theme for this year is Drug Free Looks Like Me™.
about 4 hours ago, Bryant Public Schools
Red Ribbon Week
October is #NationalPrincipalsMonth. All month long, we’re celebrating our amazing principals at each of our schools. Our last principal to highlight is Dr. Todd Edwards, leader for six years at the high school. “I love seeing the achievements of our students at Bryant High School. Our students are amazing,” he says. FUN FACT: Dr. Edwards has worked for three school districts in his 32 years in education. The school colors for all three districts are blue and white. He has a ton of blue shirts. Thank you, Dr. Edwards for creating opportunities for success at Bryant High School! #BryantProud #ThankAPrincipal
about 4 hours ago, Bryant Public Schools
Todd Edwards
School bus transportation plays a critical role in the education of our students. It takes a team of dedicated and caring professionals to transport our students. If you are interested in a rewarding job with great benefits, apply today! #BusSafetyWeek
3 days ago, Bryant Public Schools
Bus Drivers Needed
Bryant Public Schools is committed to providing a safe environment for students, staff, and visitors. The district, along with each individual school, has developed comprehensive plans that cover a wide variety of emergencies and serves as a guide to help staff and our public safety partners respond swiftly should a crisis occur in our schools. These plans are reviewed and updated yearly. More info: https://www.bryantschools.org/page/safety-and-security-measures
3 days ago, Bryant Public Schools
Safe Schools Week
MASKS OPTIONAL BUT RECOMMENDED for the week of October 25-29, 2021. Details here ⇉ https://bryantschools.org/page/mask-status
3 days ago, Bryant Public Schools
Masks Optional
October is #NationalPrincipalsMonth. All month long, we’re celebrating our amazing principals at each of our schools. Principal Clint Shadwick has led Bryant Middle School for three years. He enjoys working with great people at a great school! FUN FACT: An alligator measuring over 10 feet was found on the Shadwick farm. Thank you, Mr. Shadwick for creating opportunities for success at Bryant Middle! #BryantProud #ThankAPrincipal
3 days ago, Bryant Public Schools
Clint Shadwick
Did you know the Bryant Public Schools mobile app has an anonymous tip line? Select "Hornet Tip Line" in the main menu. Students, families, staff, and community members are encouraged to use the Hornet Tip Line to report safety concerns to school and/or district administration. For more info, visit https://www.bryantschools.org/page/hornet-tip-line.
4 days ago, Bryant Public Schools
Tip Line
According to Arkansas law, when a school bus stops and displays its alternating red warning lights for the purpose of loading or unloading passengers, every operator of a motor vehicle or motorcycle approaching the school bus from any direction must stop at least 30 feet behind a stopped school bus. For the sake of our students, stop when you see the flashing red lights. Let’s work together to make sure our students travel safely to and from school each day. #SchoolBusSafetyWeek #FlashingRedKidsAhead 🚍🛑
4 days ago, Bryant Public Schools
Bus Safety Week
October is #NationalPrincipalsMonth. All month long, we’re celebrating our amazing principals at each of our schools. Jacqueline Vergason has been Hurricane Creek Elementary’s principal for two years. For Mrs. Vergason, education is more than a job, it’s a calling. “I love people,” she says. “I love investing in the lives of people, young and old. I love supporting and encouraging others, and seeing it make a positive difference in their lives. I take very seriously the impact that my influence can have on others.” FUN FACT: Mrs. Vergason and a friend once took a one-way road trip covering 2,200 miles in 48 hours, from home to Nevada and California. Thank you, Mrs. Vergason for creating opportunities for success at Hurricane Creek! #BryantProud #ThankAPrincipal
4 days ago, Bryant Public Schools
Jacqueline Vergason
The Bryant School Board will meet TONIGHT (Thursday, October 21) at 6pm for the regular monthly meeting in the Professional Development Center on the Bryant High School campus, Building 18. Agenda: https://bit.ly/3nbtFqA
4 days ago, Bryant Public Schools
Board Meeting
Fall days mean less daylight in the mornings and evenings, conditions which can limit visibility for bus drivers. Please review these reminders to increase safety at all bus stops. #SafeHornets #National SchoolBusSafetyWeek
5 days ago, Bryant Public Schools
Limited Visibility
Physical safety is important, but so is emotional safety. To feel emotionally safe, students need supportive relationships, the key to better learning experiences for all students. That’s why we place such importance on the processes of Capturing Kids’ Hearts. From door greetings, to sharing Good Things, to social contracts, we value creating positive learning environments. #CKH
5 days ago, Bryant Public Schools
Safe Schools Week
The Bryant School District will present the Annual Report to the Public during the regular monthly board meeting on Thursday, October 21 at 6pm. The meeting will be held in the the Professional Development Center, Bryant High School (Building 18). The report, presented in video format, provides an overview of the progress made during the 2020-21 school year and includes district data points along with celebrations. Parents and other members of the community are invited to attend.
5 days ago, Bryant Public Schools
Annual Report
October is #NationalPrincipalsMonth. All month long, we’re celebrating our amazing principals at each of our schools. Bethel Middle School’s leader, Chris Gabe, has been principal for six years. Working and spending time with students and teachers is why he loves education. FUN FACT:
Mr. Gabe taught 8th grade science to former NFL player Deangelo Williams. Thank you, Mr. Gabe, for creating opportunities for success at Bethel Middle School! #BryantProud #ThankAPrincipal
5 days ago, Bryant Public Schools
Chris Gabe
Our bus drivers are safety professionals! Drivers must complete a pre-trip inspection before each route. Each of our buses is equipped with a Leave No Student Behind Alarm System, which ensures each driver walks to the back of the bus post-trip checking seats to be sure no child is left on the bus. After the inspection, the alarm is shut down, which allows the driver to remove the key from the ignition. #BusSafety
6 days ago, Bryant Public Schools
Bus Safety Week
The Bryant School Board prioritizes allocating the resources for the safety of students and staff. In addition to adding new cameras, older video cameras throughout the district are being replaced with newer models utilizing up-to-date technology. The new cameras will provide a clearer and broader view of our facilities allowing us to monitor and identify any potential dangers or incidents that may occur. #SafeSchoolsWeek
6 days ago, Bryant Public Schools
Safe Schools Week
October is #NationalPrincipalsMonth. All month long, we’re celebrating our amazing principals at each of our schools. Tami K. Edwards has been the learning leader at Collegeville Elementary for four years. She loves being a principal because she loves kids. “My favorite thing about being a principal is sharing my passion for students and helping them see education as their ticket to a better life. I also enjoy supporting teachers so they can be equipped to help students be successful,” says Mrs. Edwards. FUN FACT:
 Mrs. Edwards loves to dance! Until she moved to Bryant, she enjoyed being a certified Jazzercise instructor for almost 10 years.
6 days ago, Bryant Public Schools
Tami Edwards
FOOD BOX DISTRIBUTION MOVED TO THURSDAY Bryant Public Schools will host a food distribution on Thursday, October 21, 4:00-5:00pm, behind Bryant Elementary. Families must have a student currently approved for free or reduced meals in the Bryant School District to qualify to receive food boxes. So our team can prepare boxes in advance, please register at https://bit.ly/FoodBoxRegistration. Items included in the food boxes are listed on the registration form. Advance registration will help shorten wait times for food distribution. For more information, call 501-847-5632.
6 days ago, Bryant Public Schools
Food Box Distribution
October 18-22 is Digital Citizenship Week, a time to help students reflect on how their digital lives impact their social and emotional well-being. Check out these great resources at commonsense.org (subject matter available by grade).
7 days ago, Bryant Public Schools
Digital Citizenship