Barnett Elementary finished out the year strong! We have some amazing Top Dogs, Leaders of the Month and Alpha dogs to celebrate. This was the final Bulldog pride assembly of the year, which meant there were a lot of awards to give out. There were chess awards, math awards, track awards, perfect attendance awards and library awards too! So many of our awesome Barnett Bulldogs were recognized for their great work this year. Have a great summer break Bulldogs and come back ready in August!
Barnett Top Dogs and Leaders of the month for April were celebrated for their amazing accomplishments at Barnett Elementary. These students work so hard everyday to show true leadership skills and try very hard in their academics. It is always a great time to give these students the credit they deserve. Our Alpha dogs of the month were Mrs. Moore and Mrs. Weaver. Go Bulldogs!
With the year finishing out, we have the last of our track meets. The third grade track meet was the first for these Barnett Bulldogs. They were awesome! They all did their very best and kept great growth mindsets. They cheered on their friends, and even kids they didn't know. Barnett formed their own little cheer squad to support all of the racers! It was a great day and all were proud to be Barnett Bulldogs!
The Barnett School Choir performed their Spring Concert this week and did a wonderful job! They sang and danced through some fan favorites and even sang about being the amazing leaders they are. We are so proud of how hard they worked by coming to school early every week to prepare for this special concert. Great job Bulldog Choir!
Barnett Family Night was so fun! We Sharpened the Saw and Synergized with each other. There were fun activities that were team building. The food was so good! Thank you to The Best Tacos in Town, Kona Ice, and Smokin' Roadhouse Food Trucks. Thanks Barnett Bulldogs for coming and having fun with us!
The first graders have been working so hard the last few weeks to learn dances, songs and speaking parts for their program. Friday, April 27th was finally their big day to shine for their parents! The program was called "Make Your Mark" and was based on stories and poems from author Peter H. Reynolds. First graders performed dances and told stories about sharing, being a friend, trying new things and helping others.
The fourth graders had a great Pioneer Day. They learned that being a pioneer was hard work by doing activities like churning butter, making candles, sawing and planing wood, chiseling rock and other labor intensive activities. They learned to square dance and play pioneer games as they tried to fathom what life was like before the internet. It was a very fun day full of hands-on learning.