Barnett 5th graders went to the the Springville Power Plant on Tuesday, September 27th. Students had the opportunity to explore electricity, learn how electricity is generated, and learn how to be safe around electricity.
The Principal's 200 club Winners are:
In 1st place: Keaton Hoole
In 2nd place: Molly Hixson
In 3rd place: Nikolas Larsen
Winners in Keaton's row were: Jema Jones, Ayden Robinson, Kaeley Garcia, Emeli Gomez, Kade Davidson, Maddison Luckau, Olivia Haslam, Logan Hixson, and Jazmine Renteria!
Congratulations to all of our winners!
Our first Principal's 200 club winners were...
In 3rd Place...Elijah Palea
In 2nd Place... Xavier Martin
In 3rd Place... Adalia Bowers
In Adalia's row were: Mckenzie Mitchell, Kayla Morgan, Alexis robinson, Draykan Mylroie, Mason Pierce, Spencer Harris, Alex Johnson, Kaden Farr, Gage De La Paz
Congratulations to all of our Principal's 200 Club Winners!
Mr. Jones joined the TK class and shared a story about being proactive. The students then made "bee" proactive art!
5th graders learned all about Habit 2: Begin With The End In Mind by making maps for a treasure hunt around the school. Students then gave their maps to other students to find treasure. After their treasure hunt, students discussed the idea of having a "destination" in mind helped them to know the steps to get to the destination. They then had a discussion on how that applies to their own lives, making "life maps" about what they wanted to be when they grow up and the steps necessary to get there.
Mrs. Peterson's 6th Grade class had a blast discovering the process of scientific thinking, reasoning, teamwork, and investigation!
On Monday, September 12th, 2016, Barnett Elementary hosted "The Great Leader-In-Me Kickoff". This event was designed to help parents and families learn more about the Leader-In-Me. This is Barnett's inaugural year as a Leader-In-Me school. The Leader-In-Me helps students to implement Stephen Covey's 7 Habits of Highly Effective People into their lives.
Discovery Gateway came to Barnett for our annual Reaction Time Visit. Students learned about the different states of matter and the difference between physical and chemical changes. Students were excited as they tested out combining different substances to observe and record their reactions.
Please see the attached newsletter below for September.
Our class is learning how to be good listeners by looking with their eyes and listening with their ears.