When students have to pedal a bike to create electricity, they can see how much effort it requires to turn on a lightbulb. In contrast, students notice how effortlessly a solar panel generates electricity.
On Valentine's Day, students decorate boxes and give cards to everyone in their class. After all, they could be like Bobby and Jean Crates, who graduated from Bright in 1953 and married more than 50 years later. Will you be my Valentine?
Be Bright this summer! Registration is now open for Bright Days, our summer program for early learners. Visit our webpage to learn more about how your child could spend the summer.
Shop teacher Richard Parks learned to make a Windsor chair from a log and hand tools, and he's taking what he learned and teaching it to students.
The week after a play is very busy for third graders working at The Bright Post. That’s because all the students in the school write congratulatory letters to the students in the grade that just performed.
A gift from the Guerry family to fund the newly-named O.J. Morgan Travel Grant will allow faculty and staff to travel around the world to expand and enhance their knowledge and share it with students.
The second grade explored the anticipation of a snow day, making snow angels and other snow-related activities in their play.
This basketball game is a fairly new tradition to go with the other special activities during the year for fifth graders. It's a fun game to watch. Are you for the faculty or fifth grade?
Students and families donated rice for the Chattanooga Area Food Bank in conjunction with the Fifth Grade vs. Faculty Basketball Game. A total of 3,280.5 pounds was collected in one day.
Fifth graders created their own pretend businesses that benefit charities by researching all the costs of starting a company from renting a location to shipping packages.