Distance Learning Plan

And a new special video from staff to students!

Bryant High School staff are looking forward to resuming lessons and activities through Distance Learning on Tuesday, April 14 th. We are busy planning and can’t wait to reconnect with our students!

As we embark on Distance Learning, our number one goal is to continue providing high-quality instruction. However, we recognize the challenges our students and families may face in the upcoming weeks as we all adjust to this new teaching and learning format. Let us know how we can help as we are all in this together.  Stay #BryantStrong.

Set yourself up for a successful distance learning experience with these tips!

Know Your Schedule:

Each week we will follow the same schedule. 

  • Monday - Individual Work Day (teachers have meetings)
  • Tuesday - Virtual Classes 
    • 1st 9:15-10am
    • 2nd 10:30-11:15
    • lunch
    • 3rd 12:15-1pm
    • 4th 1:30-2:15pm
  • Wednesday- Individual Work Day with teacher office hours
    • Thursday (same as Tuesday)- Virtual Classes 
      • 1st 9:15-10am
      • 2nd 10:30-11:15
      • lunch
      • 3rd 12:15-1pm
      • 4th 1:30-2:15pm
    • Friday - Individual Work Day with teacher office hours (office hours are DIFFERENT from Wednesday).

    On Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, students will be working independently to review and revisit material, email teachers or classmates for clarity, finishing assignments, checking Blackboard and Google Classroom for assignments. 

    Teacher Office Hours:  

    Every Wednesday and Friday teachers will hold 90 minutes of office hours following the schedule below.  These office hours are a time for students to ask questions, receive individual support and discuss content with the teachers, much like Bulldog Block and after school hours are used.



    9:00  English

    10:30  Science/Electives

    12:00 Social Studies

    1:30 Math/ESOL

    9:00 Science/Electives

    10:30 Social Studies

    12:00 Math/ESOL

    1:30 English


    Use Blackboard Collaborate Ultra Like A Pro

    This is the program you'll use for virtual classes.   Mute your microphone when you're not talking.  Use the chat feature to speak with your class.  Raise your hand before talking to avoid talking over others.  Remember that this is your class.  Keep your communication on topic and kind.

    Watch this video (on Youtube) to learn more about participating in a Blackboard Collaborate Ultra Virtual Class.

    Most of all...

    Be patient and flexible as we all learn in a new way together!