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  • Bryant School of Arts & Innovation
    4324 Third Street
    Riverside, CA 92501
     
    Office: (951)788-7453
    Fax: (951)328-4080
    HEARTS: (951)288-6479
     
    Office Hours:
    7:30 am - 3:30 pm
     
    Instructional Day:
    M,T,Th,F - 8:05am*-2:30 pm
    Wed. - 8:05am*-1:15 pm
    *Bell to line-up; Students must be in their seats ready for instruction when tardy bell rings at 8:10 
     
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  • Summer office hours

    June 15 - July 14

    8am - 3pm 

       OFFICE WILL BE CLOSED

    July 13th through August 12th 

    *Office will re-open Thursday, August 13th 

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  • Target

    If you shop at Target (and we know you do!) Target will donate a percentage of every purchase you make when you use your Target Red Card.  It's as simple as clicking on the link below and entering your name and card- it takes less than a minute!  What an easy way to make a contribution to our school!  Family and friends, no matter where they live, can designate Bryant as a beneficiary.  Thank you!

     Target Red Card

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  • Back to School 2015
     We will resume registration on August 13th. 
    You can download registration materials using the links below.
    Class lists will be posted in the front of the school on August 20-21 during office hours.

    Kindergarten Only: Will have an "Meet and Greet" the teacher on Friday, August 21 between 2:00-4:00 pm in the classrooms. 

     School resumes on Monday, August 24th.

    Registration

    Supply Lists

     Back to School Sales will begin soon! Don't forget to take advantage and stock up!  Suggested school supply lists can be found HERE .

     

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    Click HERE  for  a pdf version of the flyer. 
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    OPEN ENROLLMENT INTRA and INTER DISTRICT TRANSFER WINDOW 
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    ABOUT THE PROGRAM
    • The Core Knowledge® program is currently offered at Bryant School.  Information about each of these schools can be found on the Riverside Unified School District website.
    • Core Knowledge® is a program which specifies a common content that provides a planned, sequential curriculum in language arts, history, geography, mathematics, science, visual arts, and music for students to become “culturally literate”.  The specific units and topics can be found on www.coreknowledge.org or in a series of books: What Your [First, Second, etc.] Grader Needs to Know.
    • You may contact the school if you would like to schedule a tour of our program during the above-mentioned application window.

     Parents whose School of Residence is not Bryant will need to request a Core Knowledge Transfer.

     APPLICATION PROCESS

    1. The Core Knowledge® application window is February 23 - March 27, 2015
    2. Download a transfer request form here (English or Spanish)  or complete the application at our school office at any time during the application window.
    3. Only students whose applications are received within the above-mentioned application window will be considered in the first round of placement.
    4. If more applications are received than there are spots available, a lottery will be conducted at the school site on March 27 at 3:00pm in the Library. The lottery will determine who will fill initial spaces available and all others will be drawn for placement on a waiting list.
      • Students who have siblings already in the program will be granted priority.

     PLEASE NOTE:  Application to the Core Knowledge® program does NOT take the place of Kinder Enrollment. Parents must still visit their School of Residence to complete a Kinder Enrollment Packet for their child.

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    Movie Night
    Bryant Family Movie Night

    Come enjoy an evening with your Bryant family and watch “Book of Life.” Bring your blankets and chairs to see the movie on the Jumbotron screen on the soccer field (or in the MPR if weather is bad). Hot dogs, Nachos, Chips, Goodies, and Drinks will be sold by our PTO and the fourth grade class. 

     January 23, 2015 at 6:15pm.

    See you there!

    Movie Night 2  
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  • It's "District of Choice" Transfer Time!
    Do you know of families outside of RUSD who want to attend Bryant next year?  RUSD is accepting "District of Choice" transfer applications now through January 1, 2015.  Click here for more information.
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    Santa   
     
    Bryant PTO invites you to a fundraiser at the Riverside Applebee’s to have Breakfast with Santa. Join us for all you can eat pancakes and the chance to capture your child’s visit with Santa!
     
    Where: Applebee's
                    3820 Mulberry, Riverside 92507
    When: Sunday, December 14th from 8am-10am 
     
    Tickets are pre-sale for $10.00 per person.  
      
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    Science Fair  
    Bryant Students are preparing for our upcoming Science Fair. Parents are invited to an informational meeting Wednesday, November 19th at 6:15pm in the Multi-Purpose Room.  Below are a few helpful links for parents and students. Good luck to all our budding scientists! 
     
     
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    Thanksgiving  
    School will be closed for Thanksgiving break, November 24-27. Classes will resume Monday, December 1st.  
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  • Parent Teacher Conferences
     
     
    Students will not have school Thursday, November 20th and Friday, November 21st for Parent Teacher Conferences. Students will return to school Monday, December 1st.
    How can you prepare to make the most of your conference?  Here are a few ideas: 
    http://www.education.com/slideshow/parent-teacher-questions/prepared-conference/

    Parent Teacher Conference Tips
     
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  • RED RIBBON WEEK
    October 27-31 
    RRW  
    Red Ribbon Week is the oldest and largest drug prevention program in the nation. It is when we teach students the importance of being drug free.  Take the pledge: www.redribbon.org/pledge 
    Join by participating in Red Ribbon Week activities sponsored by our Student Council. 
    Monday:  Heroes Don't Do Drugs (Wear Superhero Shirts!)
    Tuesday: Staying Drug Free For Our Future (Dress up as what you want to be when you grow up!)
    Wednesday: Red Ribbon Day (Wear RED)
    Thursday: Back in the Day Drugs Weren't Cool (Wear clothes from any decade - 50s, 60s, 70s, 80s, etc) 
    Friday: Scare Drugs Away (Wear Halloween shirts, accessories - NO COSTUMES until the parade at 1:45) 
     
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  • INTERNATIONAL WALK TO SCHOOL DAY
    Join children and adults around the world to celebrate the benefits of walking and bicycling.
    Walking School Bus
    Students, parents, and teachers are invited to join Bryant's Student Council to walk to school on Wednesday, October 8th.  You can walk straight from your house or meet us at the corner of Market St. and Third Street at 7:15 am and walk the short route down Third Street to Bryant.  The walk will be led by the Student Council and parent volunteers.
    All students participating will get a ticket to submit into a drawing for prizes.  Grand prize is a scooter and helmet.  Other prizes include two bags with a shirt and a few other goodies.   
    Special guests will also be joining us, including: Former Riverside Mayor, Ron Loveridge; Councilmember Gardner's Assistant; Riverside Police; Riverside Fire Department; and Honey Bee!
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  • Back to School 2014

    We will resume registration on August 12th.
    You can download registration materials using the links below.

    School resumes on Monday, August 25th.
    Class lists will be posted in the front of the school on August 21-22 during office hours.

    Registration

    Registration Checklist

    Registration Form

    Health History

    Home Language Survey

    Ethnicity Survey

    Physical Form for Grades K-1

    Student Emergency Information

    Residence Questionnaire

     Information regarding Transitional Kindergarten: click HERE

    Supply Lists

    Back to School Sales will begin soon! Don't forget to take advantage and stock up!
    Suggested school supply lists can be found
    HERE.

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  • Are you ready for Kindergarten?
    Join us for our Kindergarten Academy Aug. 13 to prepare students and
    parents! Complete registration form below.


    Did you know?
    § Your child should already be able to write his/her name?
    (Beginning with a capital letter and followed by lowercase letters)
    § Your child should know color names (red, orange, yellow, green, blue, purple, brown, black, white, and gray) before she/he starts school?
    (Our math program assumes your child already has this skill for sorting.)
    § Your child would benefit from knowing the names of basic shapes (circle, square, triangle, and rectangle) before starting school? (It prepares your child for sorting and making patterns.)
    § Your child needs to recognize and name 25 letters and 8 sounds by the 10th week of kindergarten?
    § Your child will begin to read in kindergarten?
    (Children begin reading books with words by the 12th week of school. High frequency words include: I, a, is, said, are, me, see, to, here, the, he, was, my, and, for, play, of, can, like, go, have, she, you, saw)


    Kinder Academy APPLICATIONS for AUGUST 2014

    Kinder Academy

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  • 恭禧發財 or Gong Xi Fa Cai (Gong she fa chi) means wishing you to be prosperous in the coming year.
    Bryant School's 4th grade students are studying Ancient China in Core Knowledge and helped the school to celebrate Chinese New Year with their Dragon Parade. Because 2014 is the year of Horse, 4th grade students also crafted a special horse token to give to all of the other students! 
     
     
     
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  • Science Fair Open House
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  • Back to School
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  • wear college colors
     
    Riverside is celebrating National College Colors Day by joining people from across America in wearing their favorite college or university gear all day. Join us in creating a college-going culture and show your college spirit with friends and colleagues on Friday, August 30, 2013
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  • Parachute Play
    SKILLS DAY
    On June 10th and 11th, Bryant held Skills Day - students in grades 4-6 participated on Monday, June 10 and students in grades 1-3 participated on Tuesday, June 11th. Activities included: 50-ish Yard Dash, Soccer Slalom, Basketball Shoot, Sponge Relay, Duck Toss, Sit-Ups, Hula Hoops, Jump Rope, Obstacle Course, Parachute Play, Run the Bases, and Hockey Slalom.  They had so much fun! Thank you to all of our parent/adult volunteers for running the events. Skills Day will be a good memory for Bryant students! — more pictures on our Facebook page www.facebook.com/BryantAandI 
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  • Young Author's Day
     
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    Bryant held Young Author's Day on Friday, May 31, 2013. Students worked through the writing process to create personal narratives, fictional stories, poetry, expository writing, or even graphic novels. They published their work in BareBack Books purchased with grant money from REEF. The day began with an assembly featuring three local authors (Michael Elderman, Kathryn Lynn Davis, and Dan Bernstein) and concluded with students reading their books to one another. It was a great day!  Check out our photo album on our FaceBook Page.
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  • Budding Young Architects Showcase Designs
    E3 Class Project
    Soda bottles, aluminum foil, cereal boxes and discardedHalloween and Christmas ornaments may not seem like the most important buildingblocks for cutting-edge architectural design, but at Bryant Elementary school,aspiring architects used these “materials” in their designs of the “school ofthe future.”
     
    Students in the school’s E3 – Engage, Enrich, Empowerafter-school program have been learning about the tenants of good design fromprofessional architects and planners. They then used that knowledge to come upwith designs which are aesthetically pleasing, functional, andenvironmentally-friendly. The students then presented their designs to a panelof professional architects at an event held at the school on Monday, May 20.The pros gave their input on what they saw.

    The flying classroom would be a good one to take on a field trip overthe Grand Canyon, noted one expert. And aluminum foil on a door? That could bea great source of solar energy. Parents got toview all the children's work in a gallery display after the presentation wascomplete.

     

    The class wastaught under the guidance of Erin Gettis, the City Historic PreservationOfficer, who volunteered her time to teach the class of 24 kindergarten-sixthstudents with assistance from parent Amanda Hughes and 6th grade teacher ScottBrennan.

    Students met every Monday for 6 weeks duringwhich they learned a variety of hands-on architectural skills.  At the very first class they built quickmodels of their ideal classroom and presented them to each other.  In subsequent classes students learned how tocreate architectural drawings like plans with section and elevation views -- firstof fruit and later of a room at home using their own foot as a measuringtool.  Rachel McLure visited from thePublic Utilities Department of Riverside City Hall and shared how toincorporate green building principles like skylights, water collection, andgreen roof systems.  The students learnedhow to identify the entry of buildings through clues like the path, doubledoors, porches, tower elements, and symmetry and studied plans of buildings tolearn how to identify public and private spaces.

     E3 Model

    Gettissaid some of the students changed their visual understanding of builtenvironments during the course. They began by designing in 2 dimensions in thefirst class and 6 weeks later gaining the ability to design in 3-dimensions fortheir final project - a model students built of their ideal art schools.  In the final project, students werechallenged to include all the things they learned throughout the class, i.e.green building principles, a sense of entry, and public/private spacedelineation.

     

    Final models were built of “found objects” likeboxes, cardboard tubes, popsicle sticks, and other items the students andfamilies of Bryant Elementary donated to design projects that were  constructed with scissors, glue and paperdonated by a local school supply company.

     

    E3 Presentation

    At the final presentation, juried bydistinguished plan members from the community (Al Zelinka Community DevelopmentDepartment Director at the City of Riverside; Park and Public UtilitiesPlanner; and designer Rachel McClure; and Thomas Riggle, Owner and architect ofTR Design Group and City Planning Commissioner), the students presented avariety of art classrooms that captured the imagination and innovation forwhich the school is becoming well-known. One student designed a flying classroom, another designed an outdoorclassroom in a courtyard with soft cushions and nature around, another studentdesigned a classroom surrounded entirely by a tunnel, and yet another designeda cable system to connect all of her rooms by a series of pulleys andelevators.  Many of the projects weredesigned with water towers collecting rain water and solar panels placed on theroof for alternative green energy. Several students created a sense of entry with tower elements andwindows and skylights throughout for natural light and ventilation.

     

    The class was a wonderful example of communitypartnerships that benefit a unique teaching and learning opportunity for bothstudents, who were introduced to architecture, and community volunteers whopracticed teaching in a 6 week time span to a varied age group from grades K-6,one day a week.

     

    Panel member Riggle said, "It was great tosee how thoughtful and creative all of the kids are!! I could tell that some ofthem really liked designing and I’d bet they will take it further...I know I’mlooking at the world a little differently after Monday's event." 

     

    Mr. Zelinka said, "The students reminded meof the hopeful future that is in store."

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  • Bryant Music and Theater Groups Showcase Night

    Band Show Choir Acting
    Students in beginning and advanced bands, E3 Show Choirs, and the E3 Acting Class performed for their families on the night of Thursday, May 23rd.  Thank you to their teachers for their time and dedication to providing these enriching opportunities for our students - namely Mr. Chris Watts, Mrs. Lisa Jones, and Mrs. Tracie Lents.
     
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  • Bryant Has POWER to Crush the Test
    Bryant will be taking the The California Standards Tests during the weeks of April 30 - May 16.  Our Second through Sixthgrade students and teachers have been working verydiligently all year towards mastery of grade level standards.  To kick off the testing season, Bryant Staff performed a skit to review important test taking tips.
    Be Test Wize
    Be Test-Wize and Follow the CST Road presented by Bryant Staff Members
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=esIkVxWXFAE
     
     
    Each testing morning, the entire student body gets pumped up to their personal best by dancing!  (Cha, Cha, Slid; Chiken Dance; Electric Slide, etc.) We also recite our testing pledge, which includes listening carefully to directions, checking work, and using the skills we've learned.  

    To ensure ourstudents’ success on the CST, we are requesting your support in the followingareas:

    ·      AttendSchool Every day... and ON-TIME  – Ensure that yourchild is present and on time every day during the testing period.  Pleaseschedule any medical, dental, or personal appointments after school or on daysyour child’s grade level will not be testing. To provide our students the optimal testingenvironment, please be advised that there will be no classroom interruptionsduring testing hours, 8:10 – 10:20 AM. Any students arriving late on testing days will be sent to library andwill have to make up the test on another day sometime during the 3 weeks oftesting; however it will not be in the regular classroom with their regularteacher. Children perform better when they take the tests in their regularinstructional environment rather than a make-up session, so be here every dayand on time to avoid this distraction.

    ·      Eat aHealthy Breakfast: Help your child start every test day well rested and with a healthy breakfast. Research shows that children do better on tests when they have had a good breakfast.If your child iseating breakfast at school, please ensure that he/she arrives to school withplenty of time to finish eating by8:05 when the first bell rings. Breakfast starts at 7:30 am daily atschool. 

    ·      A PositiveAttitude is Contagious – Keep themorning as stress free as possible. Leave home in plenty of time in order for your child to start the schoolday in a calm and positive manner.  Pretest jitters are normal. Everyone gets a little nervous before a test. Encourage your child to simply do his/her very best on each part of the test.

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  • READ ACROSS AMERICA

    Read Across

    Thing 1 and Thing 2 prepared a fun day
    For all Bryant's students who came to play.
     
    On this March day, we celebrate Dr. Seuss
    And all of the wonderful books he did produce.
     
    Students came dressed as their favorite story
    Or a Dr. Seuss character in all of its glory!
     
    In the morning we had the great opportunity
    To hear stories read by people in our community.
     
    A 'Literacy Carnival' during lunch we did hold
    When games and activities began to unfold. 
     
    We topped off the day outside reading together
    Then ate birthday cupcakes while enjoying the weather!

    Also... check out our Read Across America photo album at www.facebook.com/BryantAandI

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  • Read Across America Celebration
    Cat in the Hat
    Friday, March 1 is Read Across America Day!
     Bryant's Things 1 and 2 have been working hard to plan a fun-filled day for us.
    Throughout the morning, special visitors from the community will drop in to read their favorite stories to classes.
    During lunch recess, students will participate in fun activities at our special "Literacy Carnival". 
    Our celebration will continue in the afternoon with the WHOLE school reading together with across-grade book buddies. 
    We will end the day with singing "Happy Birthday" to Dr. Seuss and eating a birthday cupcake!  

    If you'd like to help us with our many activities on this day, please contact "The Things" at (951)788-7453
    Mrs. Austin (x40615) and Mrs. Gonzales (x40605)
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  • BRYANT STUDENTS ROCK
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    Congratulations to Aryana K, 3rd grade student in Mrs. Cruz's class, for taking 2nd place in Riverside Unified School District's Science Fair (K-3 Division) on February 7th with her project titled "Will fast music make your heart beat faster than slow music?" In 2nd place was Devin J.,  2nd grader in Mrs. Noble's class, whose project is titled "Are your eyes playing tricks on you?"

    Ali V. 5th grader in Mrs. Gonzales's class, earned an Honorable Mention in the district science fair for her division (Grades 4-5).
     
    David C., from Mr. Brennan's 6th grade class, was awarded the Award of Excellence from the UCR Department of Environmental Science and and Honorable Mention (Grade 6-8 Division) for his project, "Soaking up the Sun'". 
     
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  • Core Virtue for the Month of February:
    "Love of Country"
    Mt. Rushmore
     

     

     

     
     
     
     
     
     
    In February, we stress the civic virtues of love of country – particularly as they serve the larger virtue of justice. This ties in nicely with the February civic holidays (President’s Day – formerly Washington and Lincoln’s birthdays) to encourage student recognize their our civic communities – local and national, and sometimes international. That attachment is a positive good. 

    We should celebrate and learn from those who exemplified such positive traits. From Abraham Lincoln to Dorothea Dix to Eleanor Roosevelt to Martin Luther King, our greatest reformers have been our strongest patriots.

    When parents and schools cultivate loyalty and love of country, they increase the likelihood of raising young citizens who will be agents of betterment and constructive change. Reformers such as Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Martin Luther King Jr. have proven repeatedly that constructive change and progress do not come from those who maintain cynical detachment but from those who are passionate in their commitment. 

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  • Join the Riverside Rotary Club and Ms. Nelson for Books & Breakfast
    January 30, 2013 @ 7:30 am
    Bryant Multi-Purpose Room
     
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    Future Books & Breakfasts will be held the first Wednesday of every month in most instances.  Students must be accompanied by an adult. 
    Parents will recieve, as a gift, a book to add to their child's very own home library!
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  • Parents Assuring Student Success

    PASS
     
     
    This series of parent workshops will provide information and strategies parents will need to teach their child(ren) in becoming a successful student(s).

    Where:  Bryant School
    Dates:  (Wednesdays)January 30; February 6, 13, 20, 27; March 6, 13, 22
    Times:  12:30-2:30 pm

    In the 8 sessions we will cover:

    · Concentration skills

    · Listening skills

    · Time management skills

    · Note taking skills

    · Memory skills

    · Homework skills

    · Test preparation skills

    · Reading strategies

    For more information, please call the school office: 951-788-7453

     

     

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  • 'Tis the Season to be Jolly
     
    Can you believe it is almost timefor Winter Break?  Before we leave onbreak, Bryant School has two special events – our Holiday Program and a day atthe movies!  Then, when we return in2013, there will be a change in our breakfast program at school.
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    On Thursday, December 20th at 6:30 pm is our Winter Holiday Program, held at Central Middle School (4795 MagnoliaAvenue, Riverside, CA 92506).  Each classhas been preparing something special to perform, along with performances fromsome of our E3 classes.  We requestthat students and parents take their seats by 6:15 pm, so that we maybegin promptly at 6:30 pm.  We encourageall to attend this festive event, as students have been practicing diligently overthe past month.

     

    Then on Friday, December 21st, through a generous donationprovided by the Mary Roberts Foundation (at The Mission Inn), all Bryantstudents and staff will go to a movie atthe Mission Grove Theater.  Studentsin grades K-3 will see “Monsters Inc. 3D”and students in grades 4-6 will see “Riseof the Guardians”.   The Foundation is also purchasing a snackpack (popcorn, fruit snacks, and a drink) for each student.  Because of the generosity of the donor, studentsare not to bring their own money.  Wewill eat lunch when we return to school. Your child must have a signed field trip permission form on file at theschool by December 20th. 

     

    Over the past year, Bryantstudents have enjoyed the benefits of eating breakfast at school for free.  Unfortunately, the AASA-Wal*Mart Foundationbreakfast grant has come to an end.  Beginning in January, students whoqualify for free/reduced lunch will continue receiving free breakfast.  All other students may purchase breakfast for $1.00.

     

    The last day of school before thewinter recess is Friday, December 21 and school will resume on Monday, January 7,2013.

     

    Thank you to all parents andfamily members for your continued support this year.  We wish you and your family a peaceful andsafe Winter Break.

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  • Bryant was featured in The Press Enterprise Newspaper on Monday, December 10, 2012.  Check us out!
    PE Article
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  • Science Fair

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  • Breakfast
    Click here for pre-sale ticket order form or purchase tickets before/after school the week of December 3-7.
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  • Connect2Compete

    Get Online Now!
    If you have a child receiving free or reduced school meals, you may be eligible for low-cost, high-speed Internet service for $9.95 a month! It’s easy, quick and free to find out if you are eligible! Visit www.connect2compete.org/apply or call toll free 1-855-222-3217 for more information. Check the Connect2Compete flyer or contact a school representative for the “C2C Offer Code”.
     
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    Get a home computer now!

    Why pay more for a computer? If you have a student receiving free school meals, go to www.connect2compete.org/apply to find out how you can get a desktop or laptop computer for your home for $150! Call toll free 1-855-222-3217 for more information. Check the Connect2Compete flyer or contact a school representative for the “C2C Offer Code”

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  • Now Accepting HEARTS Applications
     
    hearts HEARTS (Helping Elementary AchieversReach The Stars) is funded by a California Department of Education After-SchoolEducation and Safety Program grant. The program runs from the close ofschool each day until 6:00 p.m. This FREE program includes an academic hour, anutritious snack, and enrichment activities. Enrollment is voluntary. The number of students accepted into the after-school program is limited and varies according to the amount of funding the school receives. Per the fundingguidelines, students who enroll in the elementary programs are expected toattend the full program daily. Students exiting the program prior to 6:00 p.m.must adhere to the guidelines outlined in the Early Release policy.

    We reserve the right to prioritize enrollment of students into the program based on academic need.


    For more information, call the school office at 951-788-7453 and ask to speak with Ms. Golbaf, Bryant’s HEARTS Coordinator.
    Click here for a HEARTS Application
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  • Healthy Foods School lunches will get healthy makeover this year!
     
    RUSD students will see some healthy changes tothe school menu this year, following the passage of the Healthy, Hunger-freeKids Act of 2010. This federal law aims to reduce the incidence of childhood obesityby providing healthier choices for school lunches. 

    These include more whole grains, and a wide variety of fruits and vegetables.  If youwant to learn more about our healthier meals, click here download a brochure. Parents also are encouraged to contact our NutritionServices Department at 951-352-6740

     
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  •  Logo Located in downtown Riverside, Bryant is an ideal location as it is centered among the city’s museums, theaters, library, and art galleries. Authors, artists, architects, poets, and performers, along with other civic organizations, have shown a growing interest in developing partnerships that will support this new program. While enthusiasm for Core Knowledge and its potential for students is high, the challenge remains to make citizens aware of this school choice. Since Riverside Unified has become a “District of Choice,” students from within Riverside’s boundaries, as well as students from outside its borders are welcome to apply for transfers to attend Bryant Elementary in the early spring for the following year.
     

    Core Knowledge© at Bryant School is a great way to link Riverside Unified School District’s educational options with our city’s motto of “City of Arts and Innovation,” not only for our residents, but all interested parties. As the curriculum unfolds, no matter what level of ability a student starts with, he or she will experience a sense of achievement as knowledge and skills are mastered. Core Knowledge® guidelines cover language arts, history and geography, mathematics, science, art, and music, comprising well over half of a school’s curriculum. Other areas of study, such as local and state history, technology and physical education, are integrated with what is being taught in the Core Knowledge program.

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    school lunch
    Click Here to pay for your child's lunch online.
    In addition to hot lunch, students may select
    fresh fruits and vegetables from the
    Farm Fresh Salad Bar!
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