OUR PLAN FOR SUCCESS
Strategic planning is necessary for any successful organization. While planning has taken place in a number of different forms within the district, the Bryant School Board wanted a comprehensive strategic plan to provide direction for the future. We believe this road map will move Bryant from a very good school district to our vision of becoming the state’s premier provider of educational services.
The largest group of Bryant High School athletes to date participated in National Signing Day on February 6. Eleven members of the Hornet Football team signed NCAA Letters of Intent to continue their academic and athletic careers:
Ren Hefley–University of Michigan
Andrew Hayes–Ouachita Baptist University
Jabin Gulley–Southern Arkansas University
Josh Robinson–Missouri Western University
Latavion Scott–Arkansas State University
Nate Wallace–Harding University
Jakob Neel–Henderson State University
Austin Trimble–Lyon College
Logan Burton–Arkansas Tech University
Blaise Smith–Henderson State University
Kajuan Robinson–University of Memphis
Bryant Lady Hornet Soccer player Madison (Maddie) Humbard signed with Ouachita Baptist University.
Bryant Bands had 17 students selected to All-State Bands 2019.
DRIVE A BUS FOR US
BEGIN A REWARDING CAREER THAT ALLOWS YOU TO EARN EXTRA INCOME, BECOME A MEMBER OF THE ARKANSAS TEACHER RETIREMENT SYSTEM (ATRS), POTENTIAL TO EARN A SEMESTER BONUS, AND CHANGE THE LIVES OF OUR STUDENTS.
FLASHING RED. KIDS AHEAD.
It’s the Law. It is illegal to pass a stopped school bus whenever its red lights are flashing. Arkansas motorists are encouraged to obey all traffic laws whenever they are near a school bus. We must all work together to make sure students travel safely to and from school and school-related activities each day.