In Summer 2021 Bryan ISD will offer both traditional summer school in June and new Power Camps in July. Register now and don't miss the chance to catch up or get ahead.
Access the 20th Edition of the Event Virtually
Bryan ISD is exploring the option of offering a virtual academy for grades 5-12 in the 2021-2022 school year. Right now, the District is gauging possible interest, and would like to hear from everyone who lives in Bryan ISD, even if their child does not attend a Bryan ISD school. Please fill out this quick questionnaire.
District Receives Two Prestigious Fine Arts Awards
If parents would like to switch their child's learning model (on-campus, at-home, Hybrid 7-12) for the 6th six weeks, the emailed form must be completed by Friday, March 26 at 11:59 p.m.
Want to know why Rayburn Intermediate School is so positive? Let the Be The Change Club (formerly ADTA) tell you in this KAGS story.
Bryan ISD will continue to follow the COVID-19 safety measures outlined in the Return to Learn Plan, including wearing masks inside all Bryan ISD buildings. Please see this message from Dr. Whitbeck.
Sisters, Bryan High School graduates, now teaching the next generation at Long and Rayburn Intermediate Schools. Hear how they pull from their own experiences as African-American women from Bryan, to educate the next generation about Black History.
The Bryan ISD Board of Trustees adjusted the dates of the 5th and 6th Six Weeks following the week-long winter weather closure. No other calendar changes were made.
Bryan ISD will be closed through Friday, February 19, due to the continued effects brought on by the extreme weather.