On Friday, our 4-6 grade, Barnett Bulldogs attended a band performance that have them pretty psyched! Salem Jr High Jazz band came to Barnett and put on a great performance. It has definitely made our students excited about band! Thank you Salem Jr. High for such a wonderful performance!
Nebo School District is always trying to improve communication and responsiveness to our stakeholders. To that end, we invite students, parents and teachers to give feedback on teachers and administrators in Nebo District schools. A link to the Nebo Stakeholder Survey 2017-2018 will be found on the Nebo home page at www.nebo.edu beginning Wednesday, February 7 and remaining open until Wednesday, February 21, 2018, where Nebo District stakeholders will be able to share their thoughts and experiences. (Parents and employees will be emailed a link to help them gain access, while students will be shown the link in their computer labs.)
The purpose of the Nebo Stakeholder Survey is to help us improve instruction and to keep our finger on the pulse of our patrons. For feedback to be most useful, we suggest being polite even when sharing intensely positive or negative feelings, sharing specific experiences that illustrate your ratings, and using appropriate language in all circumstances.
Thank you for your helpful feedback.
Barnett Bulldogs held their Bulldog Pride Assembly this past Wednesday. Students that are top dogs and leaders of the month are nominated by their teachers. It is so hard to choose since we are a great school filled with amazing leaders! Congratulations to those students who worked so hard and were recognized as Top Dogs and Leaders of the month. At these assemblies we also recognize those that have moved up reading levels, the leader of pack points, pick of the pack and our Alpha Dogs! Congrats to our Alpha Dog winners Mr. Talbot and Mrs. Spencer!
|Ms. Nash's class as Pick of the Pack||2.66 MB|
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|Buddy the Bulldog leading the victory lap... well sort of!||2.66 MB|
The 2nd graders attended a field trip to the Bean Museum at BYU. They attended a show highlighting animals and the habitats in which they live. They were able to see a snake, a cockroach, and a frog! They could even touch the snake! Touring the museum, they saw the new exhibit of the Titanoboa- the world's largest snake from ancient days. We went to North Park for lunch and some play time. It was a little cold, but they had a grand time!
Nebo School District will be hosting a series of Parent Awareness Nights. The topics of discussion will include mental health and safety planning with youth. Several community service providers will be present to answer question and help individuals to access services. See the event flyer for more information.
Borealis Blue Pack had a fun time at their party today. Blue pack were the winners for Term 2. Let me tell you a little about the packs. The entire Barnett Elementary, faculty and students were placed into packs. They were placed into a pack by spinning a wheel that designated a pack for them. Then as an entire pack they try to earn pack points by being on their best behavior whereever they are in the school. Any faculty member in the school can give a student a pack point for good things they see happening. Borealis Blue worked so hard in Term 2 and earned the party. It was a pie face party! At the end of the party, students enjoyed an ice cream sandwich as they watched, some of their very own teachers get pie faced!
Barnett Elementary knows how important it is to be prepared. Even in the most serious incidents. Our first week back from Winter Break, we had a fire drill. The alarms sound and flash, but no worries, Barnett students know what to do. They quickly line up and are prepared to exit out the closest door. Teachers lead them out to a designated safe location and take count of the students they have. When all students are accounted for, the classes reenter the school knowing they have just accomplished another important drill.
Barnett Elementary awarded Top Dogs and Leaders of the month in December. This month, as crazy as it was, resulted in great acts of academics and leadership in the classroom. How lucky are we at Barnett Elementary to have so many leaders to choose from. Not only do we have great students are Barnett Elementary, but also great faculty members. Our Alpha Dogs for December were Mrs. DeNaughel and Mrs. Standish. Here are December's Top Dogs and Leaders of the month.
Blair Terry, Angy Gomez, Paityn Hutchison, Logan Everett, Mason McFadden, Bentley Hanks, Tyler Kearns, Faith Palea, Rylee Fullmer, Kaidence Peck, Tucker John, Yoselyn Gomez, Emeli Gomez, Megan Fletcher, Avangeline Manuta, Makayla Cook, Carter Ruch, Harrison Egbert, Mason Pierce, Wade Hoover, Andrew Evon, Aaron Smith, Thomas Stowell
Leaders of the Month:
Olivia Pugmire, Samantha Villegas, Kaylee Jensen, Christopher Stephens, Rebecca Reinitz, Cole Deschamps, Jenevieve Pierre, Kylee Lance, Holly Christensen, Gracie Smith, Gabriella Greenhalgh, McKenna Terry, Kyara Miramontes, Noah St. John, Roselia Gomez, Addilyn Finlinson, Cameron Blue, Brooklyn Derfler, Jessica Villegas, Katelyn Pugmire, Azalea Ottosen, Alexa De La Torre, Andrew Dean, Eliza Bennett