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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 - 3-45 pm
    Instructional Day:
    M,T,Th,F - 8:05 am - 2:30 pm
    Wednesday - 8:05 am - 1:15 pm
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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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    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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    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: 

    Parent Teacher Conference Tips
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    October 27-31 
    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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    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 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

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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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    The Core Knowledge® program is offered at Bryant and Adams Elementary Schools. Core Knowledge® is based on the idea that to achieve academic excellence, greater fairness, and higher literacy, students need to be culturally literate. Therefore, American schools need a coherent, cumulative, and content-specific core curriculum in language arts, history, geography, mathematics, science, visual arts, and music in order to help children establish strong foundations of knowledge, grade by grade. 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.
    Bryant will be accepting transfer requests for the 2014-15 school year beginning on February 28 through March 28, 2014. You may contact the school if you would like to schedule a tour of our program during this window.
    • Download a transfer request form or complete the application at our school office at any time during the application window.
    • Only students whose applications are received within the above-mentioned application window will be considered in the first round of placement.
    • If more applications are received than there are spots available, a lottery will be conducted at the school site on March 28. at 4:00 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.

    For more information, please contact our principal, Ms. Nelson, at 951-788-7453

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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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