The gym, long a fixture in the Bright School experience, has a new look after more than 45 years. The renovated gym was dedicated as the Pamela Dee Blevins Gymnasium.
Students wrote letters and drew pictures to send to active military and veterans through A Million Thanks in observance of Veterans Day.
Congratulations to the top spellers in our spelling bee! Fourth grader Nayana Vardhana correctly spelled Darwinism to win the bee.
Reading units end in special celebrations. Students made rainbows from Fruit Loops to celebrate their weather unit.
Day of the Dead is a holiday students learn about in Spanish and art classes. Fourth and fifth graders created sugar skull art, and all students enjoyed tasting pan de muertos (bread) at lunch.
Students performed this play about the sidekick characters of video games understanding they are just as valuable and remarkable as the heroes and villains.
The auction is live! Bid now on more than 300+ items, including this puppy named Watts, fantastic vacations, a diamond braclets and unique Bright experiences.
Fourth graders in Math Academy created their own food truck concepts and practiced their math skills by taking food orders and making change with customers.
Fourth graders enjoyed the annual Tennessee Celebration on Friday with a state history talk by alumnus and local historian Maury Nicely '83 and a Tennessee lunch, music and dancing on Peeples Pavilion.