News and Announcements

Autism Awareness Month

April is Autism Awareness Month. 💙 Here at Bryan Elementary we strive to show understanding, acceptance, love, and support. We will be celebrating this event during the week of April 11, 2022.

National Library Week

Next week is National Library Week! 📚 Let's show our LOVE of READING here at Bryan by participating in the following themed days! Everyday we will have a different theme based on a book. On Thursday we will have a former Bryan Bear student come and read to our students. Then she will talk about how reading helped her to succeed in life. She is Cyndi Stojanovic, our Mission Museum Director and Historic Preservation Officer.
We will end our week by having a Storybook Character Parade! 📖Choose a character from one of your favorite books to dress up as. We can't wait for next week to come!

Family & Community Engagement Parent Classes

Our Family & Community Engagement Liaison is offering these classes for our parents. Please click on this headline to see the classes that are being offered. If you have any questions, please contact Mrs. S. Treviño, our Parent Liasion. Thank you.

Staff Member of the Year!

Congratulations to our security guard, Chris Andrade for being named Staff Member of the Year 2021-2022! He is such a great individual. We feel safe with him around. Our staff and students respect him and value his hard work. Thank you Mr. Andrade for everything you do!

DI Team is Going to State!

Our DI Team is headed to the State Competition on March 26th! Congratulations to the Sassy Seven Team and their coaches, Miss J. Gutierrez and Miss R. Grimaldo! Have lots of fun and get the win!

The Young American Poetry Digest

Parents of 3rd, 4th, and 5th Graders:
The Young American Poetry digest is designed to share our youth’s talents with others, supply a national audience for student writing, and provide a publishing opportunity for young poets. Bryan Elementary has been invited to participate in the project by submitting their students’ most creative poetry. The authors of poems selected are notified individually and written parental permission is required to print their poetry. There is no charge to the student for publication, and a free copy of the book is sent to the participating school library. Additionally, parents may order a book for their child with the published poem in it. Hope we have lots of participants!
Any student in grades 3rd-5th may submit their Haiku Poem to Mrs. E. Mendez in the library.
This is an annual event here at our school that is sponsored by our Librarian, Mrs. E. Mendez. If you have any questions, please feel free to call her.
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