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Dear Parents/Guardians and Students,
As the 2019-2020 school year quickly approaches, it is my pleasure to welcome everyone back for another great year at Bryan Elementary. It is our mission to engage and empower every child, and to have them feel a part of the Bryan family. Additionally, we strive to challenge each student to grow academically, behaviorally, and socially. As a new school year approaches, it allows us to work hand in hand with all parents to ensure the very best for all children.
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 offer the students an array of academic and extracurricular programs such as: Texas Essential Knowledge & Skills Curriculum, Gifted & Talented Curriculum K-5th grade, DUAL Language Advanced Academic Academies for 2nd-5th grade, Music PK-5th grade, Learning Inclusion and Resource, Reading Renaissance Program, Computer Labs, Destination of Imagination, Student Council, UIL, Robotics, Algebranators Club, Bluebonnet Club, Athletics (Volleyball, Football, Soccer, Cross Country, Basketball, and Track), and the Mileage Club.
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
Congratulations to the following students for winning the myON Reading Challenge: First Place: Aiden Gutierrez, 3rd Grader Second Place: Isla Medina, 1st Grader Third Place: Jessica Troncoso, 3rd Grader These students were treated by Mrs. E. Mendez, Bryan Librarian, to a shopping spree at our local Scholastic Book Warehouse! Congratulations once again! Reading Rocks!
Thank you to all our students that participated in this endeavor! You have made your teachers very happy this week. Bryan Teachers Rock! Click to see the link for the presentation.
Ready? Set. Read! Just pick out 10 books and get started. After you finish reading each one, log it in the form. Be sure to have a grownup put their initials by each book you’ve read. (Parents, you can read to your children if they are too young.) When you’re done, pat yourself on the back! You’ve read 10 books. Now reward yourself with a cool prize by mailing the form to: H•E•Buddy® 2020 Summer Reading Program 10530 Sentinel, San Antonio, TX 78217 Your form must be postmarked by October 1, 2020. The flyer is attached.
We still have yearbooks left. Unfortunately, we must stop the selling for this year. Our school will continue selling this 2020 yearbook next year. You will be able to purchase one online in August. We have never encountered this situation. Again, please do not feel sad if you didn't get to purchase a yearbook. You can still order one when school starts in August. Thank you for understanding.
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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.
- 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