2017-2018 Memories

Congratulations to Ms. Wells,

our 2018 teacher of the year!

5th graders help plant oysters

Bryan attends the phoebus spring festival

Spring Festival Collage 1
Spring Festival Collage 2

3rd quarter awards ceremony

K, 1, and 2 Awards Photo
4th Grade Awards Photo
3rd Grade Awards Photo
5th Grade Awards Photo
Citizenship Award Winners

Bryan Student Opens School Board Meeting

Jennifer Flores-Higuera of Bryan Elementary School was selected to lead the Pledge of Allegiance and give the opening at the March 7, 2018 HCS School Board meeting. She read the poem, Let No One Steal Your Dreams, by Paul Cookson.

Jennifer enjoys drawing and playing basketball and soccer. Her favorite subjects are social studies and science. She said she wants to be a lawyer when she grows up, and plans to go to Harvard for her dream to become a reality.

Jennifer’s parents and younger brothers joined her at the meeting. Lynette Nelms, principal, Katie Barbosa, assistant principal, and teachers Katie Satterwhite, Jennifer Thomason, Andrea Darden, and Malinda Harris were also in attendance to support Jennifer.

Jennifer at School Board Meeting

Read across america

"Wacky wednesday!"

Reading fair winners!!!

Celebrating 100 days of learning fun!

100 cups
100 Cereal O's
100 building blocks
100 smiles
100 red cups
100 more red cups
100 kisses

Honoring Citizenship

The Downtown Hampton Exchange Club awarded Aleyah with a certificate and more in recognition of her hard work and good citizenship here at Bryan and in her community. Congratulations! Will you be their need awardee next nine weeks?!

Downtown Exchange and Students

Bike Night at Bryan Elementary

Bryan's Bike Night was a collaboration between ZEM Temple #122 and Title I Family Engagement Program at Jane H. Bryan Elementary. All 35 students were honored because of perfect attendance, excellent or improved behavior, having been uniform compliant, displaying excellent homework and classwork habits, and open and consistent communication between home and school on behalf of their families. We look forward to honoring additional students and their families in a different way soon.