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Dear Parents/Guardians and Students,
On behalf of the staff at Bryan Elementary School, I am delighted to welcome you to the 2017-2018 school year! We are looking forward to a productive partnership with you to ensure our children can achieve at their highest potential. I want you to know that we are committed to the belief that student success is based on high expectations, hard work, good communication and commitment from teachers, parents, students and administrators. In order to ensure that our students meet their goals, we have implemented a structured learning environment whereby students have the opportunity to develop the skills necessary to become college and career ready. As such, Bryan students will be challenged to develop problem solving, critical thinking and interpersonal skills necessary for academic and personal success. Parental participation and support is critical to ensuring the success of all students. Ensuring attendance at school is the first step a parent can take in providing a strong education. Also, parents are encouraged to maintain communication with their son/daughter’s teachers, counselors and administrators regarding their son/daughter’s progress at school. We also invite parents to participate in school activities such as Progress Report Card Nights, P.T.O programs, the Fall Festival, Health Fairs, Family Literacy Nights and parent information sessions presented by our fabulous campus Parental Liaison Coordinator, Mrs. Shary Trevino. I look forward to another productive school year and in working with you to meet your child’s educational needs. Once again, welcome to Bryan Elementary School and don’t hesitate to contact our campus if you have any questions.
Linda Sanchez, Principal
Location: Parent Center 1-3 p.m.
Location: Cafeteria 9-11 a.m.
Location: Parent Center 1-3 p.m.
Location: Bryan 8-11 a.m.
Students First * Innovation * Collaborative Ownership
Diversity * Continuous Learning
Our Vision: Mission CISD will prepare and inspire all students to be equipped to excel in the college and career of their choice, dominate 21st century skills in leadership, knowledge, language, and technology to compete in a global economy and serve as successful citizens in their community.
Our PK classes celebrated Earth Day by learning about different ways to take care of our Earth. Their assignment was to take a nature walk around the school and look for beautiful things that our Earth has.
Ed Masessa is the New York Times Best-selling author of The Wandmaker series; Wandmaker, Wandmaker’s Apprentice and The Wandmaker’s Guidebook, as well as the picture book, Scarecrow Magic. He recently received the Gold Award in the 2017 Florida Book Awards in the Older Children’s Literature category for Wandmaker’s Apprentice. He combines his love for science fiction with the challenges faced by today's youth to create timely fantasy that is based in the real world. Ed has three grown daughters and lives in Florida with his wife.
The time to pre-register returning students is now. Please select the link attached to begin the process. You may call our secretaries for your username and password if you do not have it. Click on this headline to get to the MCISD registration link.
Congratulations to our third grade team for placing in the district's Books Comes Alive competition for the 2018 year! Thank you to Lolly Peña, school administration, librarian, and teachers for promoting reading. We are so proud of our third grade students! Our students enjoyed a visit from the Gladys Porter Zoo on March 27, 2018 in the library as an incentive.
Tuesday, February 27-"The Cat in the Hat" Students wear favorite hat. Wednesday, February 28-"Oh, the Places You'll Go!" Students wear favorite College shirt. Thursday, March 1-Students wear everything Dr. Seuss or can dress in their favorite Dr. Seuss character-Head to Toe Friday, March 2-"Fox in Socks" Students wear crazy, silly or unmatched socks
- Open enrollment full-day pre-K
- 1,076 Professional Certifications Earned by Students
- 12,000 College hours earned by class of 2017
- Robotics Programs compete Nationally