Having trouble viewing this email? View it as a Web page.Graduation of the Class of 2022
Livestream Link: Graduation will be livestreamed on June 9, 2022 at 4:00 PMGraduación de la Clase de 2022
Enlace de transmisión en vivo: La graduación se transmitirá en vivo el 9 de junio de 2022 a las 4:00 PM
Senior Awards Ceremony Livestreamed Tomorrow @ 9:00 AM Ceremonia de entrega de premios para personas mayores transmitida en vivo mañana a las 9:00 a. m.GovDelivery3 weeks 3 days ago
Having trouble viewing this email? View it as a Web page.Career and Job Fair
Student Services is excited to bring back Bryant’s Career and Job Fair this Thursday, April 21st from 9:30-11:30. Please see below for more information.
Our career/job fair has a handful of companies who have positions available for students to apply. Additionally, several people representing fields including the military, information technology, and technical trades will be present.
While students may not come away with a job immediately, they will be able to meet with employers to determine what skills and experience are necessary for careers that interest them.
What is Happening
32 minutes for instruction or student engagement. Last 15 minutes there will be a video on Channel 6 with information on the Career and Job Fair.
32 minutes for instruction or student engagement.
See chart below the format for this time frame. The information indicates which 2nd period classes attend 1st session and second session. Teachers please escort your classes to the fair and stay with them. Some students might need assistance initiating contact/conversation with presenters.
This time frame allows for approximately 45-50 minutes of student engagement or instruction.
COOKOUT with Mr. Ross!! Lobby, Atrium and outdoor space.
35 minutes for instruction or student engagement.
Guest speaker: Sam Anthony https://samanthonyspeaks.com/
AMAZING REVIEWS for this gentleman. Please feel free to discuss the presentation with your students—we are hoping everyone will enjoy this presentation.
Session 1 (9:30-10:15)
Session 2 (10:30-11:15)Ambrose Baker Bosserman
Cruz/RudderCarapezza Davison Dobson Ellington
PairLisenby Robinson LoMonaco Rogers Rivano Simmons
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Bryant High School Families,
This is just a reminder for your planning that we have a 2 hour early closing on Thursday, March 31, because it is the end of the third grading period. Additionally, Friday, April 1, is a Teacher Workday and a student holiday. Students do not report to school this day. The following week is our spring break and schools are closed from Monday, April 4 – Friday, April 8 with students and staff returning to start the fourth and final quarter of school on Monday, April 11.
You should be receiving in the mail information about free online tutoring services that FCPS will make available to all students through
Tutor.com. Parents and Guardians have the option of “opting out” of tutoring but signed forms must be returned to Bryant High School or submitted through ParentVUE by April 11. This mailing will have a link that you can reference to access more information about the services and tutoring opportunities for your child which will be available this spring and summer or you can go the county website for more information.
When we return from spring break on Monday, April 11, students will have about nine weeks left of the 2021 – 2022 school year so please make sure your child is attending school each day so that they can do well in all of their classes and be ready to take their end of year tests and assessments. As always, if you have any questions or need assistance, call our main office at 703-660-2000.
Dr. Christopher S. Larrick, Principal
Having trouble viewing this email? View it as a Web page.Lockdown Drill Parent Notification
Dear Bryant High School Parents/Guardians,
Keeping students and staff safe is a priority for all of us. We have a crisis management and emergency preparedness plan for our school that is reviewed and updated regularly. Our plan includes procedures on how to respond to incidents such as fires and tornadoes. Students and staff regularly practice these drills every school year. We also practice lockdown drills.
A new Virginia Law (22.1-137.2) requires schools to notify parents at least 24 hours before a school practices a lockdown drill. However, we are not required to share the exact date and time of the drill. We are required to practice lockdown drills two times a year. FCPS lockdown drills do not include any type of active shooter scenario training, they are instruction and classroom based.
We will conduct a lockdown drill at our school soon. Our pre-kindergarten and kindergarten students are exempt from mandatory participation in lockdown drills during the first 60 days of the school year. They will participate in our second and final drill later this school year.
Additional information on our lockdown drill program to include parent tips and FAQs can be found on the Emergency Planning and Crisis Response web page. After reviewing this content, you should discuss the value of these safety drills with your child.
Keeping our school safe and secure for all students and staff involves the participation of the entire school community, and we thank you for your help to keep our school safe.
Dr. Christopher S. Larrick