This year's kindergarten play called Movie Magic was written by teacher Bill Greene. It's about the lessons you can learn from movies. Students learned several songs and dances for the performance.
Pi is an important number, but it goes on forever. Our students competed to see how many digits they could memorize and recite. Fifth grader Hadley Golden won with 520 digits!
This play, written by teacher Allie Hyer, follows the adventures of two students who travel through the decades to discover a love of reading. Third graders read a variety of genres during the school year, and each is represented in the play.
Lisa Lowe Stauffer, who graduated from Bright in 1972, shared her book Two by Two with JPK and PK students in the library. Her children's book is about the animals on Noah's ark and how the monkeys get in trouble and let out the animals.
Dr. Darria Long Gillespie, who graduated from Bright in 1990, is an ER doctor, frequent guest on CNN and now a bestselling author of Mom Hacks. She told parents even small changes can make a big difference.
Congratulations to all the Bright basketball teams for a great season. Three teams won championships: fifth grade girls, third grade girls and second/third grade boys.
Spend the summer at Bright! We welcome ages 3-8 for a summer of fun enrichment activities, on-site field trips and water days. Register now to take advantage of the early bird discount before March 1.
Parents, alumni, and friends are all invited to hear Dr. Darria Long Gillespie '90 talk about her new book Mom Hacks, which provides practical advice for moms. This chat is March 5 at 8:15 a.m. in the library.
Fourth graders staged their own version of the Second Continental Congress debate during their study of the American Revolution. They researched and developed arguments and presented them in class.
Students in Math Academy learn concepts and apply them to projects that mirror real-life situations. Fourth graders recently created luge tracks out of newspaper and other materials, and third graders simplified fractions while making chocolate chip cookies.