For the last 3 years, Bryant 4th grade students have traveled to Yellowstone National Park to learn. In April 2018 a videographer joined the group to record this amazing experience.
Class lists are almost ready, look for a postcard in the mail or you can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org to set up a time that I can stop by and say hello.
Home visits are a great way to connect before the first day of school on September 5th. I love meeting families, meeting the family dog and cat…sometimes, turtles and snakes, too…..
Please, don’t stress about the visits, they are very informal, I only stay for about 20 minutes to introduce myself and answer any questions you may have. By the way, clean houses intimidate me. (remember, I have three kids)
It’s going to be a great year!
Feel free to drop off school supplies and see our classroom on August 29th at Bryant’s open house from 4:30-5:30.
Helena Public Schools and Sodexo will be offering FREE Summer Meals at these locations, Monday-Friday. Meals are free for all children 18 and under.
June 12th – August 11th
Memorial Park 11:00-12:30
Cherry Hill Park 12:20-1:00
Barney Park 11:00-12:00
Lincoln Park 11:45-12:15
Skelton Park 11:30-12:10
North Gate Park 10:30-11:15
Leisure Village 12:35-1:20
Public Library 10:45-11:30
Bryant Elementary 11:00-11:45 (until August 9th)
Free Breakfast will be available at Bryant 8:15-9:15 Monday – Friday.
No meal service July 3rd-5th.
See the flyer for more information.
Celebrate the Week of the Young Child 2017
Preschool Story Time
Free and open to the public. All preschool children are invited to participate with accompanying adults. Schools are hosting a read aloud story time especially for preschoolers in celebration of the Week of the Young Child. Preschoolers will receive a free book to take home.
Date: Wednesday, April 26
Place: Bryant School Library
Reading in the Rotunda and Parent Resource Fair–Tuesday, April 25 from 9:00-11:00am –Several exciting guests will read stories to preschool children in the Capitol Rotunda. Children can make their own book mark as well! Parents are invited to explore the resource fair.
Free and open to the public: All preschool children are invited to participate with accompanying adults. Preschoolers will receive a free book to take home. Schools are hosting a read aloud story time especially for preschoolers in celebration of the Week of the Young Child. Sponsored by the Early Childhood Coalition (ECC) of the Greater Helena area. Visit our website for local information: ecchelena.org
April 1: Kick-off #4thekids
o Early Learning Collective Impact Initiative Workshop (8:30-2:30, Radisson Colonial Hotel)
o Elevate MT, Helena Affiliate: Dinner “Resilience” 6:30pm St. Paul’s UMC
LEGO Club for Grades K-5, 3-4 pm in the Large Meeting Room, L&C Library
o YMCA – Healthy Kids Day (10:00 to 2:00)
o YMCA – Early Learning Center On Broadway Open House (10:00 to 2:00)
o Passport to Literacy (10:00 to 3:00)
o Bike Walk Helena
o Healthy Communities Coalition
o Rx Drug Take-back
o East Helena Out of the Darkness Campus Walk
MARCH 9! That is the time reserved for you, your family, and friends at Taco John’s to support Bryant Student Council.
This fund raiser is at Taco John’s, 1450 Prospect Ave. from 5pm-7pm. You MUST tell them you are from Bryant for the Student Council to get credit. We get 50% of the money on that night. This is our biggest fund raiser for the year. PLEASE be really hungry that night and come by and say hello to our students.
The Child Development Classes at Capital High School are now accepting applications for their 41st Annual Playschool to be held May 2, 4, 5, 9, 10, 16, 18, 19, 23, 24, 25th. Playschool will begin at 12:40 pm. and conclude at 2:15 p.m. on the listed dates in room 115. Your child will have the best play experience if he/she is between the ages of 3 and 5 and can be left at playschool without experiencing separation anxiety. Children must be able to take care of their bathroom needs without assistance and follow directions from the teachers. Students must be immunized and provide verification. Parents are welcome to stay with their child during playschool. This can be helpful transition for a child who has never had a playschool experience. Activity centers will include housekeeping, music, sand play, play dough, manipulative play, block building, books, bead work, art experiences and easel painting. Children will participate in the play area of their choice during “free play” and then will work in small groups under the supervision of a “student child development teacher”. The high school “teachers” have planned a variety of exciting activities for your child. Snacks are provided and this is a free event.
To enroll call Sue Butler at 324-2531 for a registration sheet and return it to by April 10th to CHS, 100 Valley Drive. Enrollment will be confirmed upon receipt of your registration form. Enrollment is limited. So hurry and sign up for playschool. You won’t want to miss out on this event.