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!
STATE WINNERS: The Bryant Middle School Destination Imagination team of John David, Elijah Atkinson & Austin Smith won first place in the state in their division and first place in the instant challenge part of the competition. Sara O’Bryan is the team coach. #BryantProud
Virtual Learning Option for K-5: Deadline April 1 Bryant Public Schools will offer a virtual learning option in Fall 2021 for Bryant students in kindergarten through 5th grade who wish to remain at home for instruction while maintaining the structure of a school day. If you are considering virtual learning for next school year, submit an application by the April 1 deadline. Details here: bit.ly/ElemVirtualLearning
During the March meeting, the Bryant School Board voted to change the Friday, April 23 Remote Learning Day to an onsite day. Students will now attend school in person on this day. The calendar change was made in the best interest of student learning due to the unexpected seven remote learning days taken in February. Revised calendar: https://5il.co/h9x0
Want a school district that offers MORE? … MORE Arts ▶︎ Marching & Concert Band ▶︎ Award Winning Choir Programs ▶︎ Drama & Stage Production ▶︎ Drawing, Painting, Visual Art, Sculpture ▶︎ Graphic Design ▶︎ Nationally Recognized Journalism Programs Bryant Public Schools ... Creating MORE Opportunities for Success Find your opportunity at bryantschools.org. Now accepting limited School Choice. Deadline May 1.
Want a school district that offers MORE? … MORE Academics … More than half of Bryant’s teachers hold Advanced Degrees ▶︎ Innovative STEM Curriculum K-12 ▶︎ Career Tech Training ▶︎ Student Internship Program ▶︎ 26 AP Courses ▶︎ Concurrent college credit (up to 48 hours) ▶︎ Bi-Literacy Awards ▶︎ Computer Science, Engineering, Sports Medicine Bryant Public Schools ... Creating MORE Opportunities for Success Find your opportunity at bryantschools.org. Now accepting limited School Choice. Deadline May 1.
District and school offices will be closed March 22-26 for Spring Break. Students return to school on Monday, March 29. Enjoy a wonderful week with family and friends!
The Bryant School Board will meet at 6 pm tonight (Thursday, March 18) for the regular monthly meeting. The meeting will be held in the Multi-Purpose Room at Bryant High School. Agenda: bit.ly/3cPneUU
REMINDER: ALL students will be dismissed early on Thursday, March 18. Dismissal schedule: bit.ly/ElemPTConf A Remote Learning Day is scheduled for Friday, March 19. All students will learn at home on this day. Spring Break is March 22-26.
Join us in congratulating these Hornets on their acceptance to Arkansas Governor’s School this summer. #BryantProud
We are so #BryantProud of Kenzie Kling! Kenzie represented not only Bryant Schools but all of Saline County in the State Spelling Bee. She was the top female, ranking 7th out of 47 contestants. Kenzie is a 6th grade student at Bryant Middle School.
Headed to State: Congratulations to the BHS robotics teams for their performance in the McGehee tournament. The senior team won the overall Excellence Award, Tournament Skills Champion, and teamed up with the sophomore team to win the Tournament Championship. Both teams qualified for the state tournament in Hot Springs on April 9. Doug Maxwell is the team sponsor. #BryantProud
Pre-K registration is next week! If your child will be four (4) years of age on or before August 1 and lives in the Bryant School District, we would love to welcome him/her to our program. Registration checklist: bit.ly/PreKRegistration2021 Learn more: youtu.be/BsoxJMo4GD4