Food distribution TODAY (Monday, June 14) 11am-1pm, 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. Register at https://bit.ly/3eOtlK9.
Bryant Public Schools, along with Bryant Family Pharmacy, hosted a voluntary COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic for students 12-15 years of age and older on May 24 to administer the first dose of the Pfizer vaccine. A clinic to administer the second Pfizer vaccine dose is scheduled for Tuesday, June 15 from 4:30-7:30pm in the Hornet Arena Auxiliary Gym. All students are encouraged to return to campus for their second dose. If you are not able to receive the second dose on June 15, please contact Bryant Family Pharmacy to schedule an appointment. Signed COVID-19 Vaccination and FERPA Consents will be required for the 2nd shot. Please bring these completed forms and YOUR VACCINATION CARD to the clinic with you.
Bryant PreK has a few openings for students who qualify through Arkansas Better Chance for School Success (ABCSS) and Child Care Development Fund (Federal PreK). Applications are available in front of the PreK building located next to Bryant Elementary. #SuccessStartsHere
Don’t wait … REGISTER FOR KINDERGARTEN! 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. bit.ly/KRegistration2021
The Bryant School Board will meet at 6pm tonight. The special meeting and work session will take place in the Professional Development Center at Bryant High School, Building 18. Agenda: https://bit.ly/3vWNCEK
Food distribution TODAY (Monday, June 7) 11am-1pm, 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. Register at https://bit.ly/3eOtlK9.
The Summer Food Program begins TODAY! FREE breakfast and lunch to any child 18 years and younger. Children do not have to attend Bryant Schools to participate. No application or registration is needed. Just come hungry! Locations: bit.ly/SummerMeals21
Bryant hosted Ruby K. Payne PhD as she presented professional development on Emotional Poverty. Educators attended from across the state. We hope all enjoyed their visit to Hornet Arena!
The Bryant Athletic Hall of Honor induction ceremony is this Saturday, June 5 at Hornet Arena. The reception begins at 6:30pm. Public is invited! https://bit.ly/3u4SSW7
The Summer Food Program begins on Monday! FREE breakfast and lunch to any child 18 years and younger. Children do not have to attend Bryant Schools to participate. No application or registration is needed. Just come hungry! Locations below ⬇️
The Administration Office is open from 7am-5:30pm Monday through Thursday. The summer schedule begins on Tuesday, June 1, and ends on Friday, July 23. Parents should register students online. For those who are not able to complete registration online, Bryant Elementary (Grades K-7) will be open as well as Bryant High School (Grades 8-12). Registration documents may also be dropped off at either of these locations.
Memorial Day honors the men and women who died while serving in the U.S. military. Let us remember to never forget the ultimate act of service from these brave Americans.
We did it! We did it … TOGETHER! Thank you to all of our teachers and staff, students, parents, and community members for working together to have a successful school year. We appreciate your flexibility and your support during a most unusual time. So, now, enjoy your summer. You’ve earned it. We look forward to seeing all of our Hornets in August.
Our Summer Food Program will begin next week, Monday, June 7 and will run throughout the summer at the locations listed below. Free breakfast and lunch will be provided to any child 18 years and younger. Children do not have to attend Bryant Schools to participate. No application or registration is needed. Just come hungry! A great big thank you to our Food Service Team for feeding the children of our community. You are greatly appreciated.
Governor Asa Hutchinson signed into law legislation that bans state or local mask mandates. The law takes effect on July 29, 2021. Masks will be optional as students return to school in August.
Board members are elected leaders who volunteer their time to serve our district. At the May meeting, the Bryant School Board elected new officers for a one year term beginning June 1. Kim Billingsley: President Dr. Tyler Nelson: Vice President Craig Leone: Secretary Dr. Scott Walsh : Disbursement Officer We thank Mr. Ben Lewellen for his service as board president during the past year. Along with Patrice Muldrow and Sandra Porter, this #Teamof7 works together to improve the educational opportunities of every child in the district.
Bryant Public Schools will host a food distribution TODAY (Wednesday, May 26), 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.
The Dawson HIPPY Program in Bryant has openings available for next school year. Call the HIPPY office at 501-653-5611 for more information.
Join us in congratulating James Balch on receiving an Army ROTC scholarship to attend Norwich University! James served as the group commander in the Bryant High School Air Force JROTC. #BryantProud #opp4success
Bryant Public Schools is proud to announce the hiring of Shannon Williams as Bryant Elementary assistant principal beginning in the 2021-22 school year. Mrs. Williams graduated from ASU, majoring in Psychology, with minors in both Sociology and Interdisciplinary Family Studies, in 2001. Because of her innate love and compassion for children and learning, in 2003, she entered the Arkansas Non-Traditional Teacher Licensure Program and was hired in her first teaching position within the Pine Bluff School District. During her tenure in the Pine Bluff School District, Mrs. Williams received her Master's Degree in Curriculum, Instruction and Multidisciplinary Studies from Webster University. In 2009, she became an educator within the Pulaski County Special School District, where she served for seven years. In 2016, Mrs. Williams joined the Bryant School District family and became a HORNET! She taught four years at Robert L. Davis Elementary and obtained her Specialist Degree in Educational Leadership in May of 2020. Within one month of graduation, Mrs. Williams became the Building Learning Specialist for Hill Farm Elementary and served in that role for the 2020-2021 school year. In addition to education, Mrs. Williams enjoys vacationing and spending time with loved ones. She is ecstatic about joining the Bryant Elementary Family! She is certainly looking forward to working alongside BES Building Principal, Mark Scarlett, and serving the teachers/staff, students, and families of Bryant Elementary.