Our School Community Council has two parent openings available for the upcoming school year. If you are interested in becoming a member of the council, please stop by the school and pick up a form in the office at our Open House on Monday, August 21st. This form needs to be completed and returned to the school's office by August 25th. Elections will run from August 28th to September 1st. Parents can cast their votes at that time in the office. Read more about what the School Community Council does here. We appreciate those who have served on the council throughout the past years. Parent input makes a significant difference in the success of our students.
I hope you have enjoyed your summer so far! School is just around the corner.
If you have not registered your student, please click on this link and follow all the steps: http://barnett. nebo.edu/registration
We will be available on Tuesday, August 1st from 8:00-4:00 if you need a computer or assistance to complete the registration process.
All students new to Barnett will need to come in on Tuesday with their birth certificate, immunization record, proof of residency, and custody documents if needed.
Barnett Online Registration is now available for all returning Barnett students. Click on the Registration Tab and follow the steps. Steps to registering can also be found by clicking on the Beginning of Year Letter to Parents, below.
We are starting our summer library this week! Every Wednesday students can come to the Barnett Library and check out books to read through the summer. From 10-11 there will be story time and crafts. Mrs. Hirsche has some great things planned this summer, she can't wait to see you in the library this summer!
Here are the Story Time themes for this summer:
June 7- Birds in Your Backyard
June 14- Monster Mayhem
June 21- Toy-palooza
June 28- It Came From Outer Space
July 12- Let's Make Some Noise
July 19- It's A-maze-ing
July 26- Bubble Trouble
Fifth Graders at Barnett studied American History all year long. As an end of the year project, students chose a famous American and learned all about them. They then reported on them and presented what they had learned to their classmates. We love learning about leaders!
We celebrated our last Bulldog Pride Assembly, Tuesday, May 23rd, 2017. Here are our winners:
1st Grade: Ethan Thompson, Noah Webster, Logan Curtis
2nd Grade: Kayley Bennett, Sione Isaac, Connor Millet
3rd Grade: Noah St. John, Isaac Willoughby, Malcom Meidinger
4th: Joseph Ortiz Hueramo, Makayla Cook, Andrew Briggs
5th Grade: Mason Pierce, Geddy Hirsche, Kenadee Hanks
6th Grade: Connor Hancock, Carmen Ercanbrack, Allie Luckau
UEI: Mackinzey Critchlow, Aian Hamilton
Leader of the Month:
1st Grade: Aaron Diaz, Aidan Barnes, Jaelee Bales
2nd Grade: Bianca Serrano, Diego Zevlaya, McKenna Terry
3rd Grade: Naihlee Simpson, Natalie Soto, KayLee Ivie
4th Grade: Kambree Hansen, Abigail Miramontes, Brooklyn Anderton
5th Grade: Raylin Rodriguez, Shanae Ramirez, McKenzie Mitchell
6th Grade: John Humphries, Tatum Burdick, Seth Kenney Hancock
UEI: Angelo Chavez, Toneo Hodges
Alpha Dogs: Mrs. Diamond, Mrs. Comte, Miss Curtis, Mrs. Butler, and Mrs. Kay
Barnett was excited to celebrate all the hard work our Kindergartners have accomplished this school year at their graduation on Friday, May 19th. The students performed songs and pledges that they had been working on all school year. Congratulations to these awesome students and a big thanks to the teachers and the parents for helping get off to a great start in their school careers! We also gave a special thank you to Mrs. Comte, Mrs. Evans and their grandma helpers who work so hard for our students.
In fourth grade students learn about Utah history. As part of a unit on pioneers, the fourth graders at Barnett Elementary had a pioneer day. The students started the day by learning about the territorial house in Fillmore. They heard stories about pioneers and learned that even pioneers occasionally played pranks on each other. Then the students got to work. Students learned how to weave, make butter, rope and candles, saw and plane wood, chisel stone, create pioneer toys and how to card and spin wool. The students quickly realized that being a pioneer was hard work! Then students learned what pioneers did for fun. They learned pioneer dances and played pioneer games. It was a very fun, busy day.