Read More - Pi Day Winner Gets to Pie a Teacher
Congratulations to our Pi Day winners. These students memorized and recited the most digits of pi in their grades. Fifth grader Christopher Kim set a school record with 525 digits of pi.
Read More - Harpist Demonstrates Sounds to Students
March is Music in Our Schools Month, and we are celebrating. Harpist Tori Parrish visited school and demonstrated all the sounds that can be made on a harp. Some students got to strum the strings.
Read More - Tables Bring Flexibility to Classroom
Flexibility is the key to the classroom of today. Our first, second and third grade classrooms were outfitted with new furniture during last summer's renovations. This new furniture, including new tables in first grade, allow for better collaboration and flexibility.
Read More - Illustrator and Author Lori Nichols Visits Bright
Lori Nichols literally draws from nature. The author and illustrator of the books Maple and Maple and Willow Together talked to students about how she finds inspiration in trees, plants, rocks and anything she finds outside. She demonstrated her drawing technique by using letters to make faces.
Read More - Third Grade Presents
Who are we? Bright Fit! Third graders promoted a healthy lifestyle with their play related to this year's big spring event, Bright Fit, which encourages families to exercise and eat healthy foods.
Read More - Movable Chairs Makes Learning Easier
New chairs in our newly-renovated classrooms allow students to tilt, shift and lean back while sitting. Thanks to our Building a Bright Future Capital Campaign, we are making our learning spaces truly flexible. Even the fidgety students will feel comfortable here.
Read More - Register Now for Bright Days
Let your child spend the summer with us. It's a Bright School education mixed with summer fun! Register now for Bright Days, our summer program for early learners.
Read More - See Our Changes in Flooring and Windows
Our new windows and flooring throughout the oldest parts of the building are making a difference in the learning environment an d in saving costs. The windows are more insulated and help in heating and cooling. The hallway flooring is easier to clean and maintain.
Read More - Fourth Graders Plan Road Trips Using Math
Road trip! Fourth graders in Mrs. Angel's Math Academy are ready to travel. In pairs or trios, they planned a hypothetical trip somewhere in the United States with a budget of $5,000. Groups decided to go to Orlando, Miami and Las Vegas.
Read More - Fifth Graders Meet Students from Spain
Fifth graders practiced their Spanish speaking skills during a Skype session with fifth graders at a school in Spain. The students introduced themselves, listed four characteristics that describe them and said one thing they like such as cats or playing basketball.