Bear Buzz, October 2021

Building a tradition of excellence one Bear at a time!

Mission Statement: Bryan High School, in partnership with students, families, and the community, provides a student-centered learning environment that cultivates character, fosters academic excellence, and embraces diversity to prepare students for post-secondary opportunity and career readiness.

Ortega's Oration

Dear Bryan High Community,


Welcome to the fall season in beautiful Bear Country! We are fortunate to be able to have our normal fall student activities and sports this year, and we hope you have attended a school event or are planning on doing so soon! Our 33rd annual Fall Craft Show this past weekend was a smashing success, with over 1,000 attendees and over 100 vendors! This weekend we have our fall drama production, Clothes Minded!


Our Bryan High School Improvement Plan for 2021-2022 once again includes Freshman On-Track, Instruction, Climate & Culture, and Attendance as our levers for improvement (see attachment). Our new and small learning communities in our Freshman Academy will undoubtedly increase the success of our 9th graders. For Instruction, our teachers are working on increasing student talk in our classrooms. To maintain our positive school Culture and Climate, we continue to prioritize positive student referrals and recognition. Lastly, for Attendance, we are asking for your help by ensuring your student is attending school daily.


Thank you for your continued support and participation in our school academics, activities, and athletics! We have a wonderful and educationally inviting school at Bryan High!


#TogetherBetter #WeAreBryan

Go Bears!


Dr. Ortega, Principal

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Congratulations, BHS September Students of the Month!

Isabel Stewart, Kaydence Jones, John Birdine, Ellaina Stratos, Cloey Foreman, Luis Flores-Garcia, Xavier Colon, Perla Perez
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Stay Healthy Bryan High!

Wear your masks over mouth and nose when indoors, wash your hands, use hand sanitizer and socially distance when possible.


COVID Symptoms to watch for:

-New Cough, new onset of shortness of breath or loss of taste or smell.

-Combination of two or more of the following: Fever over 100.4 or higher, chills, muscle ache, headache, sore throat, nausea, vomiting or diarrhea.

-If you have these do not come to school, but contact your doctor and get a COVID test.


If your Bryan High student has COVID symptoms please keep them home from school and get tested!

Students with negative tests can return to school, if the test is positive, please contact Bryan High as soon as possible 531-299-2540.


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Fundraising for the PTO is Easy--Ecourage your friends and family to help you! Come on, Bears!

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