The Bryant School community will promote a safe, caring environment which celebrates diversity and motivates students to achieve their individual potential to become lifelong learners.
See the following press release on meals:
Parents we have great news! Helena School District has been approved to offer FREE meals to all children in the community starting next Wednesday. Any student in school for either the AA or the BB days will not need to pre-order a meal for the next few months. We will provide 1 breakfast and 1 lunch free to all students who want one every day. We will still offer special meals for students with allergies like we have done in the past. None of the meal will not be linked to your students account like the normal school year, but you can still pay on your student account if they are currently in the negative. This is a great opportunity to help families get all lunch accounts out of the negative, and still provide meals to all children.
We will also be providing free meals for all children 1-18 years old, that are not in school. We can provide meals to children and it does not matter if your student is distance learning, not school age yet or even home schooled. We will be able to provide those meals on Wednesdays at our 8-distance learning meal pick up sites. We can give any child to 5 breakfasts and 5 lunches, unless your student is in school for either the AA or BB, then that student can have 3 breakfast and 3 lunches. We still need to have people use the pre-order links for the distance learning pick up days. This will help us plan for: who, how many and where you will be picking up the meals. Children do not need to be present to pick up meals. We will not need student id numbers or names for this new program. If you have any questions please feel free to call the food service office 324-2570 or email Rworthy@Helenaschools.org.
Edutopia compiled a fun list of websites for students and families to explore this summer
Bryant Library just subscribed to a great new resource for e-books and audiobooks.
Bryant uses the Montana Behavioral Initiative (MBI) protocol to ensure students understand behavior expectations at Bryant.
Our pledge summarizes the expectations for students, staff and visitors of our school:
“I am a Bryant Panther. I strive to be safe, be responsible, be respectful and be a learner; at home, at school and in my community. Be at school, on time, everyday.”
Attendance is essential to academic success. Our school-wide goal is for students to be at school, on time, ready to learn 95% of the time.