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It's never too late to celebrate!

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It is never too late to celebrate the successes of Barnett Students! In October, Barnett Leaders and teachers gathered together for their Barnett Bulldog Pride Assembly. This was a special event. Not only did we get to recognize those awesome Top dogs and leaders this month, we were able to find out the winner of the packs! Congratulations to our red pack! 

October is such a tricky month to remain focused on our habits and our academics. We have fall break and Halloween that sneaks up on us and can make students (and teachers) lose their focus. However, these Top Dogs, Leaders of the month and Alpha dogs, never lost their focus. They remained on top of their school work and continued to be examples of leadership, throughout the whole month. Keep it up Bulldogs! Stay tuned to see who the next Top Dogs, Leaders of the Month and Alpha Dog winners are!

 

Halloween with a Monster Dash of fun!

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As if Halloween couldn't be spooky enough, Barnett Monsters had their annual Monster Dash! We had skeletons, witches, and many other fun costumes dashing around the field to earn money from their sponsors. The money that is being collected will go to buying new supplies for teachers. We are still collecting Monster Dash forms so bring them in quick to help out our school!

Remember to Vote

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Lana Hiskey

Remember to Vote. You can still register at https://vote.utah.gov. If you received a mail-in ballot, you can mail it or drop it off at in person at locations provided here: utahcounty.gov/elections.

You can find a list of four Early Voting locations or vote on Election Day at twenty-four locations found here: utahcounty.gov/elections.

Save the Kids Free Parent Night

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Lana Hiskey

All invited to the #savethekids free Parent Education Night sponsored by Nebo School District on November 5, 2018, from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. in the Springville High audirorium at 1205 East 900 South in Springville, Utah.

Collin Kartchner and Dr. Katey McPherson will lead a discussion on:

  • Balancing screen time and device use,
  • Protecting and cultivating our children's self worth,
  • Devising a sensible family use of device plan.

Firemen's Coloring Contest

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Mrs. Diamond
Winners are fired up about their fun day!

These talented students entered the Fireman's coloring contest and won,  each representing the winner from  their grade levels. Because of their accomplishment, they had the opportunity to go the fire station and have lunch with the firefighters. They had so much fun and were so happy to go. What a great reward for some great work! Nice job Barnett leaders. Thank you to our firefighters who make this possible!

September Bulldog Pride

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Alpha Dogs, Mrs. Rush and Mrs. Diamond and Buddy.
Top Dogs of September
Leaders of September

The first Bulldog Pride assembly of the year has already come and gone. This purpose of a Bulldog Pride assembly is to gather the school together to celebrate leaders among our school. In each class, the teacher chooses one student as Top Dog, someone who is taking their academics seriously and who does quality work. The teacher also chooses someone from their class as leader of the month. This is someone who is following the 7 habits and exhibiting great leadership skills. Our Top Dogs and Leaders of the Month were awarded last week with a certificate and had a chance to run in the victory lap! Bulldog Pride Assemblies also celebrate teachers! Mrs. Diamond and Mrs. Rush were voted as Top Dogs of the month! We love our students and our faculty! 

Family Night

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Angela Stoddard
BYU Dunk Team
Barnett Leaders
Ms. Sheets, Mrs. Johnson, and Cosmo
Family having fun
Cosmo dunking
Giving it a try!
Willie dunking it!

Monday, September 24 was a HUGE day for Barnett Elementary. We had our first Family Night! We had such a great time. The BYU dunk team, and Cosmo came and put on a great show for our wonderful families. We also had Willie the Wolverine, UVU's mascot there as well to entertain. They were there for pictures and interacted with the kids. There was pizza and a show. Family night is special at Barnett. Our Barnett Leaders get to bring their families to a really fun time and be with each other. Thank you to everyone that came: the students, families, BYU dunk team, Cosmo and Willie. Because of you all we had a great night. Because of you, for one night Barnett was united in a whole community. 

Constitution Day

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Monday, September 17, Barnett leaders gathered together in unity as we celebrated Constitution Day as a school. Our hosts of the assembly were members of the Student Lighthouse. Barnett Elementary joined together in singing “You’re a Grand Ole’ Flag”. Three sixth grade students, one from each class, gave amazing speeches on what Constitution day meant to them. Barnett Leaders were inspired as they thought about the freedoms we have and how grateful we are to live in such an amazing country. The students then sang, “The National Anthem”. What a wonderful day to be a Barnett Bulldog!

 

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