News & Announcements
Please mark your calendar for these important events in April:
March 30- April 3- No School, Spring Recess
April 8- PTA Meeting, 7 PM
April 17- SCC Meeting, 7 AM in the hospitality room
April 22- Parent/ Teacher Conferences at Bryant- 4:00 PM- 7:30 PM
April 22- Library Bookfair 8 AM- 7:30 PM
April 23- Library Bookfair 8 AM- 3:30 PM
April 28-30 Science SAGE Testing
Posted: March 23, 2015
Multicultural Event, March 26th at 6:30 p.m.
Our after school program has been working hard to produce and present the Multicultural Event. Performances include Modern, Spanish Mix, Greek Step, African, Bollywood, Chinese Fan, Hip Hop, and Polynesian, dances. Please join us!
Posted: March 23, 2015
Pasta for Pennies
Student Government is participating in the Olive Garden's Pasta for Pennies Drive March 9-20 benefiting The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. Please send spare change with your student. The money will be collected and the homeroom class that raises the most money will win a pasta party from Olive Garden!
Posted: February 27, 2015
Please mark your calendar for these important dates in March:
March 6- No School
March 9-20- Student Government's Pasta for Pennies Drive
March 15- Uniform Policy Ballots Due
March 20- SCC Meeting at 7 am in Hospitality Room
March 26- Multi Cultural Event 6:30 PM- 8 PM
March 27- End of Third Quarter
March 30-April 3- No School, Spring Recess
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Posted: February 26, 2015
Bryant Students Qualify for Valley Science Fair
On January 29th Bryant held the school Science Fair. 14 students from the school Science Fair qualified to go the District Science Fair at SLCSE. At the District Science Fair, several Bryant students placed and qualified to attend the Salt Lake Valley Science and Engineering Fair on March 26th at the Huntsman Center. The students that will go the Valley Science Fair are Beth Gibbon (2nd place), Karissa Coffey (2nd place), Katherine Figueroa (3rd place), Ellie Vandel (1st place), Jerry Ortega (2nd place), and Rachel Lloyd (3rd place). We are so proud of all of our wonderful scientists!
Posted: February 25, 2015
Bryant Students Place in MathCounts Competition
|16 Bryant Students participated in the District MathCounts Competition on January 20th at Innovations High School. The students prepared for the competition by participating in the After School Program where they developed their problems solving skills and abilities to find creative solutions to problems. In the District Competition, Adam Jaskuloski made it to the finals and placed in the top 10 individually! Of the 16 students who participated, 4 students- Adam Jaskuloski, Carter Knight, Ellie Vandel, and Vi Mai- qualified for the February 7th MathCounts Chapter Competition at SLCC.|
Posted: February 23, 2015
Malcolm-Jamal Warner Visit
|The Bryant Builders Club in partnership with Kingsbury Hall presents Malcolm-Jamal Warner to visit the Bryant After School Program on February 11th, from 3:30 PM- 5 PM in the Bryant Auditorium! Malcolm Jamal-Warner, who was brought to fame by playing Theo on the Cosby Show, will be speaking to Bryant students and preform the spoken-word portion of The Langston Hughes Project: Ask Your Mama- 12 Moods for Jazz at Kingsbury Hall on February 12th.|
Posted: February 6, 2015
July 22, 2014Dear Bryant Middle School Parents and Students,
The summer is quickly passing and it is time to think about getting ready for the 2014-2015 school year. The staff at Bryant is committed and dedicated to helping every student find success in education. We are glad you are joining us on this journey. Bryant Middle School is a great place to be!
Students, your first responsibility is to implement these three very important steps:
- Be in school every day!
- Be on time to school and each class!
- Do what you are supposed to DO - do your homework and turn it in, follow directions, stay on task, and participate in your class activities!
In addition, we have a Uniform Color Dress Code. Students are expected to wear red, white or black shirts/blouses and khaki (tan), navy blue, or black slacks, shorts, skirts, dresses, jumpers etc. Denim jeans and school dress code shirts/blouses may be worn each Friday. All students are expected to dress appropriately. The school dress code is included in this packet and the student planner.
Finally, our faculty and staff are knowledgeable, prepared, caring, and dedicated to creating an inviting educational environment. We are looking forward to the new school year and want you and your student to feel comfortable and at ease about the school year. We encourage you to call or visit if you have questions or concerns about school. Everyone here is looking forward to renewing old acquaintances and meeting new friends. We wish you and your family a safe and fun filled summer!
James E. Yapias Linda Barth
Principal Assistant Principal
Posted: June 6, 2014