Updated 1.13.22 Greenville County Schools now has the opportunity to offer eLearning Days in case we are not able to learn in the building. GCS will announce the eLearning Days as they have announced inclement weather days in the past. If an in -person school day is cancelled, then students will move to an eLearning mode as directed by GCS. Click the link to review Bryson Middle School eLearning Expectations and schedules. 



Per Greenville County School, all students have a GCS device for secure testing purposes. Testing that is required by the state and federal government must be completed on a GCS device.

Our Chromebook Support site offers both parents and students a comprehensive resource for using the school issued Chromebook for educational purposes. Please bookmark this site and use it as a reference.  Update: The Chromebook Support site is currently being updated for the 2020-21 school year and will be online again on Monday August 24th. You can access the BMS Chromebook Support site by clicking this link:  Chromebook Support- Bryson Middle School  There is also a link on our main website under the Student menu. 

Logging in to your chromebook

Google Classroom

Google Classroom is your child’s online link to learning. Find out how parents can get emails from their child’s teachers with assignments and other class activities. This video is closed captioned in Spanish. Remember, if your student is having trouble with their Chromebook, you can call our Help Desk at 355-4357.https://www.greenville.k12.sc.us/News/main.asp?titleid=2004google

Google Classroom Cheat Sheet for Students- Tips for using Google Classroom by Shake Up Learning

Google Classroom Cheat Sheet for Teachers (and Parents!)- Tips for using Google Classroom by Shake Up Learning

Parents- check out this video that explains how you  can help your student find their assignments: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1E3M-jcxorkbYH-sOS-n_8NryuTSHu5uY/view

View/download a PDF which explains "How to access Google Classroom files and websites while offline".