72 units of blood ... that's how many life saving gifts were donated by BHS students, teachers, administrators and SROs! FCCLA did a great job hosting and organizing this year's Salt Bowl Blood Drive. Thank you to all who volunteered and donated. (Photo credit: BHS Journalism)🩸
Bus Route Change for Bryant Elementary & Bryant Middle: Beginning Friday, Sept 11, students riding bus 52 will arrive home earlier in the afternoon.
Why peanut butter? Because nearly 5,000 kids in Saline County are facing hunger. You can help today by donating peanut butter to any Bryant school through September 30. #SpreadHOPE
Bus Route Changes for Parkway & Davis Elementary: Beginning Thursday, Sept 10, students riding buses 10, 14 (PES) and 39 (DES) will arrive home earlier in the afternoon.
Congratulations to one of our Bryant team members and Occupational Therapist Becky Williams, who received a $500 ASTA Grant Award. Mrs. Williams purchased items for students with special needs and modifications to better support their success at school. #opp4success
The Hornets travel to Marion tonight (September 4) for Friday Night Football. All AWAY games will be live streamed free. Kick off at 7pm. Link: youtu.be/ntsoaaP1upI
Good news, Bryant families! All students (PreK-12) will be able to eat one school breakfast and one school lunch, per day, FREE beginning Tuesday, September 8. More info at bit.ly/FreeStudentMeals.
Who are our COVID heroes? School nurses! BES nurse Lynn Dreher shares information on preventing the spread of germs and provides details to parents about COVID-19 protocols. #SafeHornets youtu.be/vcbT_uHqQzk
What is one thing you can do TODAY for a better TOMORROW? Respond to the 2020 Census! Federal funding and grants are based on population numbers, so #BeCounted. Time is running out. #BryantCounts2020 https://my2020census.gov/
FORM FOR BLENDED LEARNERS: The current situation with COVID-19 is a very fluid one. District leaders are preparing for any number of possible situations during the school year. ADH and DESE have provided a Levels of Response document (bit.ly/2GaB5Zg) to assist districts in the decision making process for different levels of positive cases. In the event of COVID-19 related closings (Bryant has to close classes or entire schools or the Governor closes all schools in the state), blended (onsite) instruction will transition to virtual (online) learning. The district is making preparations in advance to supply students with technology and educational services in order to have a seamless transition should virtual learning become necessary in the future. PLEASE DO NOT INTERPRET THIS AS A MESSAGE FROM THE DISTRICT THAT WE ARE PLANNING TO MOVE TO VIRTUAL INSTRUCTION. NO SUCH DECISION HAS BEEN MADE AT THIS TIME. We know some of our students do not have any type of internet or cell service at home. We also realize there are other obstacles for families when students move to all virtual learning. In the event of this transition, we are laying the groundwork to bring a limited number of students onsite, if possible. If you have blended (onsite) students, help us by completing the following form. FILL OUT ONE FORM PER FAMILY. DEADLINE TO SUBMIT IS TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 8 at MIDNIGHT. Link to form: bit.ly/2ESXt9e en español: bit.ly/3i0OzVC
The Hornets travel to Marion for Friday Night Football this week. All AWAY games will be live streamed free. Link: youtu.be/ntsoaaP1upI
Thank you, DESE (Division of Elementary & Secondary Education), for providing each student with the Kids Guide to the Coronavirus. Look for these booklets to come home with your elementary student this week. bit.ly/2ER5ICH
CHANGES TO BUS ROUTES BEGINNING WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 2 Bethel Middle School Students riding Bus 2 will be assigned to BUS 135. Hill Farm Elementary Students riding Bus 133 will be assigned to BUS 113. Bus 68 will run 10 minutes later in the afternoon. Bryant Middle and Bryant Junior High Students riding bus 108 will be assigned to BUS 117. Bryant Junior High and Bryant High School Students riding Bus 132 will be assigned to BUS 29.
Saturday's game kicked off the 2020 Salt Bowl Peanut Butter Drive. Each school in the district will collect peanut butter until September 30. #SpreadHOPE by donating today!
No late fee for September ACT Test dates, but Monday (Aug 31) is the last day to register. Visit act.org.
Parents, Administration has been closely monitoring the possibility of severe weather from Hurricane Laura. The latest update from the Office of Emergency Management early this morning shows the time for the storm’s arrival in our area moved to earlier in the afternoon than expected in previous predictions. Due to the possibility of severe weather, school will dismiss at 1:00 today. We ask parents to watch for messaging about the status of tomorrow (Friday). Current predictions indicate that the severe weather will have moved out by tomorrow; however, if there are power outages, flooding, and/or road closures, we will have a remote learning day. Please check email, social media platforms, app and/or our website for updates. Today, teachers will provide students with assignments for tomorrow in the event a remote learning day is needed. Teachers will provide paper assignments for those students who do not have internet access or devices. Again, a decision has not been made about tomorrow. We just want parents to be aware in case arrangements need to be made for childcare.
Tomorrow is a BIG day for our LITTLE Hornets. To help you and your child have a great start, all kindergarten students will begin school at 9am on Thursday.
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JUST IN: ACT is offering two additional test dates: October 17 & 25. No late fees for September ACT dates. Registration deadline is August 31. Register today!
No late fees for September ACT dates. Registration deadline is August 31. Register today!