Kindergarten was all about birds this week for Mr. Morgan. This is part of the Spring of Gratitude for Mr. Morgan's retirement.
Raewyn Duvall '05 is a Ph.D. student in electrical and computer engineering at Carnegie Mellon University and oversees the Iris Lunar Rover project. Iris, the size of a shoe box, will be the first robotic rover from the U.S. on the moon. Raewyn began her journey toward space reading science fiction at Bright School.
We're getting the Bright School family together for Sunday Fun Day on May 16. Join us for a fun afternoon at Top Golf, where there will be lots of golf and other games, a silent auction and refreshments.
Fourth graders want to persuade you to take action to protect animals, the environment and people. They presented their persuasive arguments in a museum format to visitors today.
Mr. Morgan spent the week with JPK and PK, doing most of their favorite things. This is the first week of the Spring of Gratitude, honoring Mr. Morgan's 17 years at Bright School.
Congratulations to our Pi Day winners! They memorized and recited a long list of digits of pi. We love pi!
Join our Spring of Gratitude as we celebrate Head of School O.J. Morgan, who is retiring at the end of this school year. Help us celebrate him and all his accomplishments.
Fourth and fifth graders competed in a Spanish numbers contest online. In a tournament style, winners from each class and then grade faced off to determine the school winner, Pei-Ying Olsen.
Come to Bright this summer! Registration is now open for Bright Days, our summer program for early learners. Our camp is for children ages 3 to rising third grade.
Dr. Don Thomas last went to space 24 years ago. He is excited about the plans to send astronauts to Mars in 25 years. Luckily, his audience today will be just the right age when that time comes. They are the "Mars Generation."