Principal Claudio Flores, right, and Dean of Students Lisa Burgess stand in a classroom at Bryant Opportunity Academy. The school, located at the former Bryant Core Knowledge Magnet Elementary near Ninth and West, will serve about 100 kindergarten-sixth-grade students with behavior problems who will be assigned there from other schools.
Principal Claudio Flores, right, and Dean of Students Lisa Burgess stand in a classroom at Bryant Opportunity Academy. The school, located at the former Bryant Core Knowledge Magnet Elementary near Ninth and West, will serve about 100 kindergarten-sixth-grade students with behavior problems who will be assigned there from other schools. Travis Heying The Wichita Eagle
Principal Claudio Flores, right, and Dean of Students Lisa Burgess stand in a classroom at Bryant Opportunity Academy. The school, located at the former Bryant Core Knowledge Magnet Elementary near Ninth and West, will serve about 100 kindergarten-sixth-grade students with behavior problems who will be assigned there from other schools. Travis Heying The Wichita Eagle

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