The State Board of Education declared the week of October 22-26 as Arkansas School Bus Safety Week. Tom Farmer was recognized by the board as being instrumental in this effort for student safety.
The Legacy of Bryant placed third at the Bentonville Marching Invitational on October 6.
The Bryant Cross Country Meet became the Danny Westbrook Bryant Hornet Invitational on October 6.
HCES raised $510 to purchase night lights for foster children.
Schools and departments celebrated National Custodial Worker’s Day on Oct 2 to recognize the hard working Bryant team members who keep our schools running smoothly.
ATOY Finalist Chrystal Burkes was featured on an ADE Social Media blitz Tuesday.
Arkansas Treasurer of State Dennis Milligan visited Mrs. Stacy Wilfong’s 4th-grade class at HCES to interact with students as they used the AR Finance AR Future program. Treasurer Milligan piloted the financial education program designed to increase awareness and financial literacy among Arkansas students.
The Hornet Football Team visited DES to interact with students prior to the game against LR Catholic.
State Representatives Andy Mayberry, Lanny Fite, and Andy Davis spoke to BHS Student Senate, AP Gov and Model UN students as part of Take Your Legislator to School Month. Legislators shared information about the AR legislative process and answered questions.
New York Times bestselling author Aaron Reynolds visited Bryant Elementary. Engaging and entertaining, Mr. Reynolds captivated the students with his creative processes. Hill Farm students were treated to an afternoon presentation from the kids’ book author.
Congratulations to Brooklyn Waller, Meredith Medford, and Caitlin LaCerra for advancing to day two of the State 6A Golf Tournament.
September 15th began National Hispanic Heritage Month. Parkway families shared artifacts to help students learn about Hispanic cultures.
Craig O’Neil from KTHV 11 visited Parkway Elementary to read and share stories with 2nd grade students. Craig shared his experience as the first guest reader to visit the school:
Student Senate members provided leadership training to Collegeville fifth grade students.
An amazing total of 280 pints of blood were donated by students and staff during the BHS Salt Bowl Blood Drive on September 11.
Congratulations to the following 9th grade band members for being selected to the South Arkansas All Region Orchestra: Madeleine Amox (1st Chair Oboe), Caitlin LaCerra (1st Chair Trumpet) and Lauren Reese (6th Chair Cello)
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The Hornet Football Team visited HFES for a pregame meal sponsored and served by the PTO.
The 2018 Hornet Yearbook, “From Blue to You,” received a Gold Medalist rating from the Columbia Scholastic Press Association.
The 2018 Prospective received a Silver Medalist rating form the Columbia Scholastic Press Association.
Three BHS students were announced as National Merit Semi-Finalists: Rachel Beza-Juarez, Charles L.Mortensen, and Kevin Weng.
Team members from Regions Bank located on Reynolds Road helped greet and open car doors at Parkway Elementary on Thursday morning.
Arkansas Blood Institute named Bryant High School Class 7A Blood Drive Champions for 266 life saving donations, the most of any 7A school in the state. What great community service, Hornets!
Student Senate delivered a very special thank you to UAMS on Friday, August 31. UAMS staff members welcomed BHS students, providing shelter and comfort, as many sought a safe haven during the Salt Bowl. Student Senate presented a banner and a cake to personally thank the hospital staff for their hospitality. What a great message of community partnerships!
Wal-Mart Bryant donated two large pallets filled with school supplies (binders, dry erase markers, mechanical pencils, sharpies, gel pens, pencil pouches, etc.) to The Parent Center.
BHS student and dance team member Kelton Ramsey pursues his dreams:
Becky Runnels, Lindsey Forga and Dr. Rebecca Austin were selected to present information at the Arkansas Transition Services Summit about work-related training and opportunities being provided to our special education students.
Salt Bowl donations funded 12 scholarships for Saline County residents to earn a Certified Business Professional credential in Customer Service through the Academy at Goodwill.
Bryant Family Pharmacy donated first aid kits for each classroom at Parkway Elementary.
Hornet Touchdown Club unveiled new wall murals in the Field House on August 19. Designs feature former players who went on to play in college and the Hornet spirit! Jason Offutt, Owner and President of ACE Signs. generously donated ALL of the Wall graphics.
Lisa Stine, BHS Journalism advisor, has received the Journalism Education Association Rising Star Award, which recognizes those teachers who are making a significant impact in their school program and scholastic journalism in their state or across the country.
Bryant Police Department and Shoe Carnival partnered to provide new shoes for 75 Bryant students!