Want a free summer ticket to Fiesta Texas in San Antonio? It's very simple. Click on the link below to access a reading log. You can read magazines, books, or newspapers. All you have to do is read for six hours and write it on the Fiesta Texas reading log. Tickets will be passed out in mid May.
The deadline to turn in the reading log is on February 16, 2018.
MCISD is now taking GT nominations for Kinder. The window to nominate a kinder student for the program opens on January 8, 2018. The last day to nominate a kinder student for the GT program is on January 18, 2018.
The window for nominating students from 1st-5th grade is on February 5, 2018.
For more information, please call Mrs. Mendez, Librarian, at 323-4810.
Congratulations to Jorge De Leon and Emily Calderon for winning the two bikes that were donated by our district maintenance department.
Miss Grimaldo's Class was recogonized by Imagine Math for having the best passing average in the district! Congratulations!
Congratulations to Mrs. Gomezś class for bringing in the most cans of food. They will be awarded with a bowling field trip on December 21, 2017 after school.
Congratulations to the following students:
First Place: A.J. Gonzalez
Second Place: Priscilla Rivera
Alternate: Sarali Solis
Thank you to all the 12 contestants for participating.
Here are some pictures of students and staff enjoying the snow on December 8, 2017.
Please click on this link to view the attire for the 9 days of Christmas. Starts on December 11, 2017.
Congratulations to Ayesha Mumtaz, Jacqueline Botello, and A.J. Gonzalez for placing 1st in the District Battle of the Bluebonnet Books on December 5, 2017! These students read the 20 books listed on the 2017-2018 Bluebonnet List. They will now start preparing to compete at the regional level in February. We are so proud of you!
Please click on the following to view the Mission Stadium Guideline Rules that have been put in place.
Monday, Oct. 23rd-¨Give Drugs the Boot¨-Western Attire
Tuesday, Oct. 24th-¨Be a Hero, Don´t Do Drugs¨-Superhero shirt or Superhero Costume
Wednesday, Oct. 25th-¨Join the Fight Against Drugs¨-Camouflage Clothing
Thursday, Oct. 26th-¨Don´t Get Mixed Up with Drugs¨-Mixed Matched Clothing and Crazy Hair
Friday, Oct. 27th-¨Team up Against Drugs¨-Favorite Team Shirt or Jersey
Monday, Oct. 30th-¨Follow your Dreams, Don´t Do Drugs¨-Wear Pajamas
Tuesday, Oct. 31st-¨Say Boo to Drugs¨-Halloween Costume (No masks, play weapons, or scary costumes please)
Kinder-Chip-Mrs. E. Bermea
First-Belle-Mrs. E. Mendez
Second-Rose-Ms. M.E. Taber
Third-Cogsworth "Clock"-Mrs. B. Munguia
Fourth-Feather Duster-Mrs. A. Garza
Fifth-Teapot-Mrs. C. Ibañez
A warm welcome goes out to the MHS Education Training Program students! They are truly changing the world by working with one student at a time. Thank you for choosing Bryan Elementary! We really appreciate your help.
Congratulations to the following students:
President: Ryley Acevedo
Vice President: Holly Casarez
Secretary: Joaquin Loera
Donate a book or books that are new or used (in good condition). The library has a drop off box. The donated books will be dropped off at our HEB located on 495 and Conway. Thank you for your donation! We look forward to being the top school in this READ 3 School Book Drive Challenge!
Ayesha Mumtaz, a fifth grader in Mrs. R. Peña's class, became a Bryan Platinum Reader on the second day of school! She read many books all summer and was prepared to test on the Reading Renaissance Program. The students, staff, and her family are extremely proud of her!
We are so excited to announce that each student in our school received two books of their choice for their summer reading assignment! Students are being asked to read the two books throughout the summer and complete a book report for each book. The book reports need to be turned in on the first day of school to their teacher. A copy of the book report was sent along with the books. Attached are the book report templates just in case they are needed. Students that return their two book reports will get $100.00 Bryan Bucks! READ ON!
myON is a personalized literacy program that provides access to the largest integrated collection of digital books with reading supports, customized to a student’s interest and reading abilities. Created to enhance the reading experience, myON develops an individual profile for each student based on his or her interests and reading ability, and generates a recommended book list.
Students log in with the following:
Username: ID Number
Password: s ID Number (a lowercase s before the ID number)
The students with the most hours read per grade level this summer will be receiving a Kindle!
myOn can be used at home, school, and with any device. READ on!
Our supply list is attached. The first day of school is August 28, 2017.