BE GREAT! DON'T BE LATE!
7:55 First Bell
8:00-11:20 Kinder Early Birds
9:30-1:30 Kinder Late Birds
8:00-2:05 Grades 1-3
8:00-2:10 Grades 4-5
8:00-1:30 Grades 1-5
The Educare Center is coming! Cradle to kindergarten preschool education is on its way to at Barton Elementary School. “Educare is a demonstration school caring for youngsters from birth to 5 years old,” Steinhauser said. “We will be a demonstration school for the area… It will cost $14 million to build the stand-alone center, and a group including the mayor will be working to raise that money.”
Educare promotes early preschool with a low staff-to-student ratio, Steinhauser said. Long Beach will add the wrap-around programs of parent education that already is part of its early Head Start and Head Start programs, the superintendent added.
“We will be able to serve 200 children there,” Superintendent Steinhauser said of the new center.
New Education Partners:
U.S. Department Fish and Wildlife
Shared Science Robotics
S.T.E.M. and Arts Studies School
Getting Ready for College and Career!
JiJi Home with You!
JiJi Math At Home! Click on links below...
SSC Approves Funds! Technology Advancement!
School Site Council held a very important meeting to discuss the allocations for it's categorical funding. After much discussion, staff recommended to the School Site Council many different ideas, strategies, and needs based on school data. School Site Council voted to approve the following:
Barton will be one of the most technologically advanced elementary schools in the District. Our school mission to provide an educational advantage for our students. The purchase of technology also supports our school vision of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics). Thank you School Site Council!
STEM Scholars at Work!
Barton Learning Garden Coming!
The Department of Fish and Wildlife will be supporting our school with our Learning Nature Garden. The garden will be the largest in the entire District! The garden area will consist of 4 regional CA plants, a pollinator garden, and a amphitheater made of wood logs. Pathways will be designed so that students, staff, and parents can walk through the area and learn about the different plants. DFW, our STEM team, and our Green Team will work with the District to get our garden growing. More information to come! We are very excited and hope that you can help our school build the garden of our dreams!
CHESS CLUB WINS!
The Barton Chess Club, under the guidance of Mr. Stanley Kirk, has been in Chess Club competitions all around the District. Great News! The Barton Chess Club has been dominant. The Barton Chess Club continues to advance in their bracket and is playing MacArthur Elementary this week! Good luck to our Barton Chess Club!
Video: What are the Common Core Standards?
Student CORE Survey Link:
SBAC Interim Assessment Link:
Mrs. Hubbard's Library Corner
Research Question of the Week May 30:
Who created the first Little Free Library?
(Research Question of the Week forms are available in the library.) Research Question of the Week forms are due by 8:00 a.m. every Friday. Remember to use a complete sentence to answer the question.
Everyone in the Barton School Community is welcome to browse and borrow in the library every morning from 7:30 - 8:00 a.m. Parent checkout is available before and after school Monday through Friday.
STEM & Arts School
Congratulations to Barton students, staff, and parents! Barton will officially be a STEM and Arts school. Dramatic Results, Inc. and Boeing will support our endeavor to bring STEM and Arts studies to 100% of our students. Students will learn about the following:
Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics and ARTS
Our students will receive specific learning opportunities directly related to STEM through an infusion of arts. This is a very unique program that meets the needs of our fantastic students. Our STEM and Arts program will provide a very unique and educational advantage for our students! We are very lucky and excited to have such great partners in the community!
Follow Us on Twitter@BartonBears
School District News