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The L-Club spent time with the students at Bryan Elementary School

Bryan Elementary

Bryan Elementary School serves 336 students in Grades K-5 in self-contained classrooms and serves as our Dual Language Academy instructing students in English and in Spanish. A balanced curriculum is delivered to all students including High Ability Learners, English Language Learners, and Special Education students. A complete variety of programs and support services are available which include: Dual Language Immersion, Reading Intervention, Speech Therapy, Inclusion, and Counseling. Teachers and staff work collectively to provide educational opportunities that reflect the needs of every student and support the District's mission statement. Parents may have their child participate in the after school Lexington Academy.


Bryan Elementary Demographics

(based on the 2015-16 NDE State of the Schools Report)

Enrollment:  336
Free/Reduced Priced Meals: 58%
English Language Learners:  45%
Ethnicity:  American Indian/Alaska Native-.5%; Asian-.5%; Hispanic-69%; White-26%; Two or More Races-4%

Nebraska State Accountability-NeSA Scores % Proficient

Data Years Math Reading Science Writing
2011-12 58% 59% 63%
2012-13 57% 57% 45% 48%
2013-14 70% 70% 54%
2014-15 62% 75% 63% 80%
2015-16 68% 80% 77% 69%

More information can be found at the Nebraska Education Profile for Bryan Elementary.


Our Mission Statement:

"Through the cooperation of family, school, and community, Bryan Elementary will educate the whole child academically, physically, emotionally, creatively, and socially to be a responsible member of society."

Title 1 School Improvement

November 3, 2014

Dear Parent / Guardian:

The purpose of this letter is to inform you that based on 2013-14 Nebraska State Assessment (NeSA) results, Bryan Elementary shall remain in Year 1 status of Title I School Improvement for 2014-2015 school year under the federal No Child Left Behind law (NCLB).  Encouragingly, Bryan Elementary made Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) in reading, math, and writing this past year through “safe harbor” wherein students in all demographic subgroups improved proficiency rates by 10% or more over the year prior in these three assessed areas. However, federal law requires schools to make AYP for two consecutive years before they are removed from needs improvement status.  The chart below outlines Bryan’s performance when compared across the district and state.

To read the entire letter please click on a link below or visit the Title 1 School Improvement page.

Title 1 School Improvement Letter-English
Title 1 School Improvement Letter-Spanish


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