Music Day included a primer about bluegrass music from one of the best bands around with ties to Bright School. The New Dismembered Tennesseans performed for students thanks to the Aldridge/Patten Fund for Visiting Artist
All ages enjoy fun math games, challenges and activities at our annual Math Night sponsored by Mathnasium.
Scooter Races is a fun annual event for grades K-5 students and teachers to represent their grades in front of the whole school. The races are fast and fun ways to learn about competition, winning and losing.
We are grateful to the generous donors in our Building a Bright Future Capital Campaign, and especially the Card/Berube Family for their support of their alma mater and music.
Students memorized digits of pi and recited them to see who knows the most digits. Winners got to choose their favorite teacher to pie in the face during a live broadcast of WTBS.
I like to play video games. I love soccer. My favorite color is red. Third graders at Bright School and at a school in Spain shared these lists of favorites in Spanish and English via Zoom.
All sorts of characters converged at Bright School and paraded around the track for all to see. Students and teachers dressed as their favorite book characters to celebrate the start of the annual book fair.
In honor of the upcoming book fair, our fifth grade and kindergarten buddies read to each other. Earlier in the day, they dressed as their favorite book characters.
If you were in the Class of 1999, you may have predicted a happily ever after for two of your classmates. Now the couple is back at Bright as parents of a current student.
Third graders had a day of music and Spanish. They attended the symphony and ordered lunch in Spanish at a Mexican restaurant.