Pill bugs proved to be difficult specimen to observe in fourth grade science class, but students did their best to measure and take notes.
Fifth graders learned about multiplication and volume as well as how to effectively critique each other's work.
This year, seven new early childhood assistants are joining our classrooms. In our youngest grades, assistants help classroom teachers and provide more one-on-one assistance for each student in our small classes.
Students in grades K-5, teachers, staff and parents watched the eclipse Monday afternoon. What a wonderful lesson in science!
Bright’s Early Childhood Gardens were designated an official Katie’s Krops Garden last year, becoming the first in the state. Katie’s Krops provides seeds and other support to help groups grow vegetables to donate to community organizations.
The 2017-18 school year has begun! Welcome to all new and returning students. We are glad you are here!
Visit our newly-renovated dining hall and kitchen. This big project to replace many original features from 1963 was completed this fall.
Bright is among only 3.6 percent of elementary schools that offer daily or at least 150 minutes per week of P.E., according to a Centers for Disease Control study. The gym and GMAC are constant hives of activity. At Bright, students also have recess every day. P.E. has a long and storied history at Bright and has been the force behind creating and maintaining several traditions such as the picnic, high jump, faculty and fifth grade volleyball, and softball games.
Registration Day is August 16 and begins at 9 a.m. with the fair in the gym for grades K-5. Classrooms open at 10 a.m. Registration for JPK and PK begins at 1 p.m. in the Early Childhood Center.