Welcome to Bryant Elementary
Where Scholars Are Prepared to Be LEADERS
Dr. Freda Williams, Principal
Dr. Lynn Odom, Assistant Principal
School Leadership Intern
Flood, Support and Services Administrator
The Bryant Family would like to extend a warm welcome to our
newest member, Dr. Timeka Cline, who will be joining us as our
new Principal for the 2017-2018 school year. Click
to read her introduction letter.
Scholars may NOT be checked out
after 1:45 pm.
You will be asked to wait until dismissal
begins at 2:10 pm to pick up your scholar.
to read a letter to parents clarifying how changes to a
scholar's transportation will be handled at Bryant Elementary to
ensure their safety.
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Congratulations to Ms. Nathalie Desir
for being named Phenominal Friday Teacher of the Week. Go
here to view the story on the CCSD
Bryant Elementary has
been identified as a Title I
Reward School based on making the
most progress in improving the performance of the “all students”
group over three years on the statewide assessments. Bryant is
among 10 percent of the state’s Title I schools making the most
Welcome to the new
Cobb County School District Magazine
to read all about some of the great things happening in our
If You Are Looking to Volunteer, We Are Looking For YOU!
Click on the links below to see how you can help
365 is a collection of services that allows you to collaborate,
edit, share, and store your schoolwork. It’s available for FREE
to students who are currently attending a Cobb school. Click
for more information.
Presentation about Georgia Milestones Test
Use the right arrow key, left click or enter to navigate to the
next slide. Click Esc to end the show.
Georgia Milestones Parent Brochure (PDF)
CCRPI stands for College and Career Readiness
Performance Index and it is the newest way to evaluate a
school’s performance. Click
to view a flyer on how schools are scored by the
Georgia Department of Education.
|Mrs. Faye Keen
Teacher of the Year
|Mr. Mark Mailloux
of the Year
A Book Georgia Program
Foundation 2000 For Children
To enhance the educational values and opportunities for the students in the Cobb County School District, beyond the
resources provided by the District with emphasis on South Cobb Schools.
To learn more visit their
* Access over 8,000 free books online through
Get Georgia Reading.
To login, go to
and click the green Log in now
button. School Name: Get Georgia Reading,
Georgia Campaign for Grade-Level Reading Note:
Do not cut and paste. Start typing "Get
Georgia" and select the school from the drop down menu when it
appears. Username: read Password:
read. Click the Sign in button, select a book,
and start reading.
Calendar of Events
|Add the CCSD Calendar to your personal Google Calendar by clicking on the "+" button above.
Thanks CBS46 for the generous donation of
books for the scholars Bryant. If you would like to see the
Kindergarten Registration for
March 29, 2017
8:30 am - 11:30 am
(English & Spanish)
Click on the link above to go to the
student login page for practice at home.
2016 - 2017 Supply List
Bryant Elementary has a uniform dress code for all (K-5) students.
Dress Code Poster (PDF) (Spanish)
(dress code for 2016-2017 is the
same as from the 2014-2015 school year.)
Safety-Minded Individuals for School Bus Drivers! Starting rate
is $14.51/hour. Apply at
Our Partners in Education:
- Krispy Kreme Doughnuts (on South Cobb Dr.)
- Smallcakes Bakery
- Cobb County Police Precinct 2
- 600 Degrees Pizza
- Flower Cottage Florist
- Mt. Pisgah Baptist Church
Free and Reduced Family Meal Applications
Now Available to fill out On-line!
Cobb County School District Direction for Continuous Improvement
(click to view poster)
your child receives a free school lunch you may qualify for Internet Essentials from Comcast.
here for more details.
PeachCare for Kids
PeachCare for Kids offers free or low-cost health insurance for uninsured children in Georgia. Click here for the
Iowa Test of Basic Skills Parent Brochure
Click here to view a PDF of the upcoming SPLOST IV facilities
improvements to Bryant Elementary.
Parents’ Guide to New Tests in Georgia (PDF)