First graders performed their play "Pajama Party" about all the fun things about bedtime and sleepovers. Will they ever go to sleep?
Dream big, love others, stand up for what is right and work hard. These are themes students and teachers discuss to mark Martin Luther King Jr. Day. Students created drawings and assembled care bags for service projects.
Happy New Year! Sending Love and Hugs! You're one tough cookie! Those are some of the sentiments expressed in greetings cards kindergarten and fifth grade buddies made together to send to patients at Children's Hospital.
We're back in school and ready to tackle the rest of the 2022-23 school year. Students returned to school after Christmas break on January 4.
Santa traditionally visits Bright School on the last day before we leave for Christmas break. This year, Santa arrived in a convertible as everyone sang "Must Be Santa."
Third graders researched topics and wrote persuasive speeches on various ways to improve our school and the world. The best from each class went head-to-head in the annual Battle of the Speeches.
Students wore pajamas and went book caroling in other classrooms. Students from the upper grades visited a buddy class and read holiday books with younger students.
Menorahs, dreidel and challah bread were some of the Jewish traditions students learned about leading up to Hanukkah.
Fourth grade performs its play every year in December, and this year's production takes the audience through a series of movie genres with a Christmas theme.
Fourth graders shared their fiction prose pieces in groups and celebrated the end of their writing unit.