Fourth graders bring a dish that represents a state for their state project and then sample the food for lunch.
Third graders dressed as blacksmiths, hat makers, calligraphers and other craftsmen celebrated Colonial Day after completing their social studies research projects.
Students and parents get fit this week with lots of activities for families. Bright Fit Night is Friday and brings many family-friendly vendors to school to share information.
Meets will be held on April 9, 16, 23 and 30. Parking and shuttles are available at Stuart Heights Baptist Church.
Students in grades 3-5 submitted prose and poetry to the Youth Southern Student Writers contest, and 22 Bright students were recognized for their creativity, content and style.
Now photographs of our alumni are available to view at the school and online. It's tradition for each class to have their group photo hung up in the hall. All of those photos are online and include names. See if you can find yourself and friends.
The Bright School high jump, first held in 1976, was held before spring break. Fifth graders Ava Gallien and Nehemiah Coleman won the competition.
Third graders in Math Academy became toy makers and pitched their prototypes and ideas to the Bright Shark Tank. Working in pairs, the students had to determine the appropriate ages for the toy, the retail cost and a promotional spiel.