Crystal Apple Award for Barnett Elementary Awarded to Lisa Leach

Submitted by sara.stout on Tue, 03/27/2012 - 20:14

Lisa Leach has been a teacher at Barnett Elementary for 4 years as a sixth grade teacher and taught at Santaquin Elementary as well. Before becoming a teacher, Lisa started at Barnett as a Title I technician. She has served our school as the Science Fair Coordinator and supervises our Student Art Gallery.       

Article and Photo by Angela Stoddard

First and Second-Grade Reading Winners

Submitted by sara.stout on Thu, 03/22/2012 - 18:13

This last month, Ms. Zylstra's first-grade class and Mrs. Stout's second-grade class, won their grade level competitions for most days read in the month. In order to win this prestigious award, the students must turn in their reading calendars and have read at least twenty minutes for the day to count. All the days are counted up and whichever class has the most days read for the month receives the reading trophy and fame (their picture in the paper) or fortune (a prize from the principal's treasure chest)! These classes worked hard to be the champions. Well done Bulldogs!

Article by Sara Stout, Photos by Angela Stoddard

The Journey of Day to Stoddard

Submitted by sara.stout on Tue, 03/13/2012 - 21:28

 I am posting a few pictures from Mrs. Stoddard's wedding. I really wanted to see pictures from her wedding and  thought that others might want to as well. So after a few months of begging, and a few weeks of procrastination :), here are a few of the beautiful pictures of when our Day became a Stoddard. Thanks Mrs. Stoddard for letting me post these!

Written AND posted by Sara Stout

Second Grade Muses at the Museum

Submitted by sara.stout on Tue, 03/13/2012 - 20:21

This last week, Barnett Elementary's whole second grade was able to venture to Lehi on a field trip to the Hutchings Museum. Through seven different rooms, the museum taught the second grade everything from trilobites to the pony express. The kids were able to identify their birth stones, touch fossilized dinosaur droppings, and hang out in an old jail cell. Thanks to the museum and the parent volunteers, the field trip was a great success! 

Article by Sara Stout, Photos by Kelly Owen