Teachers donned formal attire and welcomed students to the Chateau Le Gym for a lesson in manners at the table and proper conversation. This week students in grades 1-5 practiced good behavior they discuss in their classrooms and table manners during P.E.
Fifth graders learned about two birds that live in our area in the summer and migrate south to Guatemala in the winter. Eliot Berz, business and community access director at the Tennessee River Gorge Trust, told the students about the work going on to protect the habitats.
To celebrate Veterans Day and honor special active military personnel, fifth graders made cards and wrote letters to Marines serving in Jordan. They learned about a classmate's uncle who is a Marine.
Second graders learn about Monarch butterflies and how they migrate to Mexico for the winter through an international project called Journey North. Students sent paper butterflies to students in Mexico, who will keep the butterflies until they return in the spring.
First graders used everyday objects in science to build all kinds of things -- tall, short, wide, narrow and really, really big!
Fourth and fifth grade students participating in Shine Bright are learning how they can help people and animals through non-profit groups. Visit the Shine Bright Market on November 22.
Mr. Morgan plans to retire after 17 years at Bright. He will step down at the end of the 2020-21 school year as Bright completes its current capital campaign and makes plans for the future.
Did you know women earned the right to vote 100 years ago thanks to the state of Tennessee? Mrs. Smith told students about the role our state played in the vote.
The annual Pajama Party Auction features all kinds of unique items and one-of-a-kind experiences for our students. Thank you for your support!
All students learn Spanish at Bright School, and that is putting them on a good track that will improve their lives and experiences. That's the message from representatives from La Paz Chattanooga. Knowing and speaking two languages is important, they said.