After reading the book Everybody Cooks Rice, the third grade celebrates different cultures and customs of their families by having a buffet of rice dishes.
The Parents' Association is raising money to help purchase new furniture for the first grade classrooms.
Students in all grades made their own dots in library and art class, and the dots are displayed throughout the school. These dots show that everyone is creative and artistic in their own ways.
Can you listen like Addie the service dog? She modeled good behavior for our youngest students in the library.
Fifth graders are paired with kindergarten students throughout the year and participate in activities together. The buddy tradition has been going strong for many years. It creates a bond that lasts beyond Bright.
This is an event for parents to learn more about their child's school day and to spend more time with our teachers.
Music has been a part of the Bright tradition for all of its more than 100 years. Students learn about sound, rhythm, and pitch, and they learn to sing, play instruments and perform.