Our School

WELCOME TO BRYANT!

 

School Day:

8:45 to 3:15

Office Hours: 7:40-4:10

The commons areas will be open for parents between 8:40 and 8:45 am, as well as after 3:15 pm.

School Calendar:

Located on the school district website: www.superior.k12.wi.us

Attendance:

Please notify the office of any absences by calling 715-394-8785, or emailing anne.schultz@superior.k12.wi.us. Please note the date(s) and reason for the absence. Any absences not verified by a phone call or email will be unexcused. Students are allowed up to 10 excused absences per year (5 per semester) by the State of Wisconsin. If your child has a doctor or dentist appointment, these absences may be medically excused by a written note from the doctor’s office, which can be turned in to the office.

Health Office:

In order to meet your child’s health and educational needs in school, please inform the school nurse, Nicole Rusk at ext. 20103,, of any health related issues or any current medications/changes. Every effort should be made to have any medications given at home. If this is not possible, remember that ALL medications, including non-prescription medications (Tylenol, Advil, cold medicines sent from home), require written authorization from a doctor and/or parent. Consent forms can be obtained in the health office or sent home with your child upon request. Please remember the medication must be brought to the nurse in the original labeled container.

Recess:

Children go outside for recess each day. Please make sure your child is dressed for ALL types of weather.

Lunch:

Each student has a school lunch account. Lunch money may be deposited at the Food Service office at the Administration Offices (3025 Tower Avenue). Additionally, you may set up your account to pay online at www.myschoolbucks.comYou will need your student’s ID number to set up an account. This number is on the label on each child’s red folder.Daily lunch charges are deducted from that account and you will be notified when your account is getting low. Lunch prices are $2.25 per day (.25 for reduced price). Breakfast is served beginning at 8:00 am each day, free of charge to all students. Applications for free or reduced hot lunch are available in the office and online. You can find the school breakfast and lunch on the District website and it will be sent out weekly via e-mail in our e-news.

Latchkey:

The School District of Superior and Superior Douglas County YMCA sponsor a before and after school program. Hours are 7:00am to 8:45 a.m. and 3:15pm to 5:30 p.m. For information about this program, contact the YMCA at 392-5611.

Busing:

If your child qualifies for busing, you should have received anotification in August. This notice will tell you the location of your child’s bus stop, and the pick-up and drop-off times. If you have questions regarding your child's busing situation, please call the Transportation Department at 394-8706.

**For your child's safety, we ask that you let the teacher know of any changes in your child's after-school transportation plans with a written, dated note

Conferences:

Parent-teacher conferences are scheduled twice per year, once in the fall and once in the spring. Parents will be sent schedules and given appointments to meet with your child’s teacher(s). Of course, if there are concerns, you are encouraged to make an appointment to visit with your child’s teacher before or after school.

Custodial Rights:

Regardless of custody arrangements, parents have rights to information regarding their child’s school progress. Upon request, a noncustodial parent has the right of access to school records and information, to attend conferences, and to be informed of his/her child’s welfare and educational status, unless a court order states otherwise. The school assumes there is no court order unless one is filed with the school.

Labeling:

Please label all your child’s belongings and clothing, including hats, mittens, boots, backpacks, lunch boxes, and other personal items. This will eliminate a lot of confusion, help return lost items to your child and will help your child work on their organizational skills. The lost and found is located by the playground entrance.

Questions:

Any questions you might have concerning Bryant Elementary School can be addressed to any of the following individuals at 715-394-8785:

 

Your child’s teacher

Kate Tesch, Principal

Carrie Hennessey, Counselor - ext. 20228

Anne Schultz, Secretary - ext. 20100

Nicole Rusk, Nurse - ext. 20103