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Fire Safety Week Art Contest Winners

Attributions: 
Angela Stoddard

The first week of October is Fire Safety Week and our Payson City Firefighters sponsor a coloring contest for all our students in grades 1-6 to help teach them about fire safety. A winner is chosen from each grade and this year's winners are:

JT Rivera, Maddison Luckau, Naomy Ortiz, Samson Ercanbrack, Eva Perkins, and Tiffany Wilde

These students had the opportunity to go have lunch with the Payson Fire Department, see the fire station, and even ride in a Payson Fire Truck! We are so grateful for our local Fire Department for treating our students to this once in a lifetime experience! They are awesome!

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Principals 200 Club

Attributions: 
Angela Stoddard
Principals 200 Club winners

Students at Barnett Elementary have been working hard to earn Brag Notes. When a student earns a brag note their name is added to the Principal’s 200 Club Board. Brag notes can be earned by living the 7 Habits and being a leader in our school. Once the board is full of student names we have a drawing for books and prizes. Here are the students who won for October.  Thanks for making so many good choices Barnett Bulldogs!

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Bulldog Pride in September

Attributions: 
Mrs. Davis and Mrs. Peterson our Alpha Dogs!
Barnett Top Dogs of the month of September!
Barnett Leaders of the month of September

Just like that- the month of September has come and gone. However, within that month a few Top Dogs and Leaders stood out amongst the crowd. On Friday, September 29, we had our Bulldog Pride Assembly where we recognized those Top Dogs and Leaders of each class, and they received a certificate for their achievement. Students also learned where their pack stood in our Pack Points! Right now, Yellow is in the lead, but it is a super close race. The assembly came to a close, as our Top Dogs and Leaders did a victory lap through the halls of the school where students, teachers, and parents stood and cheered the students on for their success! Congratulations to those Top Dogs and Leaders! Barnett sure does have some awesome kids! Not only do we have awesome kids, but some pretty awesome teachers. Congratulations to our Alpha Dogs this month, Mrs. Peterson and Mrs. Davis!

Top Dog:

Kindergarten: EllieMae Mellor, Kyri Gregory

TK: Brandon Crawley

1st:Jordin Salas,Brynlee Larson, Briggs Mechem

2nd: Sam Anton, Riah Tingey, Ashton Swasey

3rd: Kenia Najarro, Tanner Brindley, Dawson Egbert

4th: Emmalee Epps, Katelyn Caldwell, Emery Christensen

5th: Henry Draper, Craig Humpherys, Alexa Gonzalez

6th: McKenzie Mitchell , Kaden Kirkwood, Chloe Marshall

UEI: Mackinzey Critchlow, Chase Esplin

Leaders of the Month

Kindergarten: Lahni Miramontes, Kylar Nichols

Tk: Anthony Rivas

1st: Benjamin Miramontes, Maya Davis, Naedelin Galvan

2nd: Paige Bagshaw, Maddison Luckau, Molly Hixson

3rd: Ricardo Alvarez, Spencer Waite, Gordon Wilson

4th: Addison Pugmire, Breanna Bryson, Kyston Owens

5th: Kymber Rosenbaum, Abbey Sunday, Ethan Reaves

6th: Jason Christensen, Jocelynn Oblad, Laura Waite

UEI: Alec Cefalo, Breanna White

 

Hot Dogs! Get your Hot Dogs Here!

Attributions: 
Ava Pierre welcoming everyone to parent night
Green Man Group
Teachers dancing with the Green Man group
Posing for a picture with the Green Man group
Getting some dinner!
Happy kids!
Picture with Ms. Kirgan
Picture with Mrs. Stoddard!

 

It is hard to believe that it has been two weeks since we had our Family Night here at Barnet. Monday, September 25 Barnett Elementary held our first Family night of the year. The lunchroom was jampacked with people from wall to wall. The night began with some guest speakers who talked about Barnett being a Leader in Me school and the seven habits. We discussed the Lighthouse Committee, our school WIGs and the wonderful PTA. As our tummies grumbled awaiting a yummy hotdog dinner that was to come, we were entertained by the one and only, Green Man Group from Utah Valley University. Go  Wolverines! The Green Man Group was a hit at family night and definitely pumped up the energy. After the performance, we gathered outside to enjoy hotdogs with one another. What a wonderful night it was to hang out and spend some time with teachers, families and of course the kids. Don’t miss our next Family Night! Barnett really knows how to have a good time.

 

Can You Smell What's Cooking?

Attributions: 
Mrs. Nettleton

The halls at Barnett are going to start smelling a lot better thanks to the new items in Mrs. Nettleton's classroom. Mrs. Nettleton teaches the UEI students in grades 4-6. Thanks to Walmart, Mrs. Nettleton’s class has new appliences for their class kitchen. Walmart donated blenders and toaster ovens to the class so that they could make food in their classroom. Earlier last month, the class made dirt cups, but now with their new appliences they can make a lot more. This week Mrs. Nettleton’s class made milkshakes! Yummy! Thank you to Walmart for their generous donation.

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You're a Grand Ole' Flag

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6th Grade Speaker,Jason Christensen, giving his speech that he wrote on his own.
Old Flag to be retired
New Flag

Monday September, 18

You’re a Grand Ole’ Flag rang out across the sky as third grade students at Barnett, led by Mr. Cope sang the patriotic song. The song was the beginning of a flag ceremony that took place in honor of Constitution day. Students of Barnett Elementary gathered on the grass around the flagpole singing the National Anthem, reciting the Pledge of Allegiance, and listened to speeches given by 6th grade students. Barnett has retired our old flag and brought in a new. The old flag will be given to the American Legion so they may properly retire the grand ole’ Flag. Goosebumps could be felt at the flag ceremony during the time of reverence as the old flag was taken down, but it wasn’t because of the chilly morning. It has been a special day honoring our forefathers and the flag with the leaders of tomorrow.

 

Day of Caring

Attributions: 
Amy Davis and Melissa Fuhriman
Mrs. Davis's class- Day of Caring
Mrs. Davis's class! Selfie time!
Mrs. Fuhriman's class enjoying Day of Caring

On September 14, Barnett had some special helpers. On this day, the first and second graders had volunteers from United Way come and teach them for the first half of the day. Mrs. Davis said, “Shawn and Jason from US Synthetic came for Day of Caring. Students had an awesome time! They were so impressed with us, they wanted a selfie!” Mrs. Fuhriman’s class also had a great time with their volunteers! Thank you to United Way and the volunteers! You definitely impacted all of us here at Barnett with your Day of Caring!

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