Friday, February 26th 2021
ALL BARRY FAMILIES
Character Strong - Family Dares
I hope you all had a chance to participate in last week's family dare: Their Thing.
Please consider joining us in this week's family dare: No Tech Table Time. We are bringing this family dare back for two reasons: 1) We got great feedback from students and parents back in the fall when we first participated; and 2) It will be our first week back with all Barry students in-person all week. We thought it would be a great time to ensure that our families are intentionally connecting with one another at dinner as this may very well be the least amount of time families have spent together since this time last year in 2020 when the pandemic began!
Character Strong Student Recognition
The following students selected were:
March PTSA Meeting
Student IDs (Repeat)
PTSA Officers Needed for 21-22 School Year (Repeat)
We have some wonderful options for you! The Barry PTSA will be electing new officers for the 2021-22 school year in the month of March, so we are in need of interested volunteers to serve in those roles.
Please send us an email to answer any questions you may have. firstname.lastname@example.org
April 2021 Ballot Issue Informational Meetings (Repeat)
The District will be holding the following informational meetings for residents to learn more and ask questions about the April 6, 2021 No Tax Levy Increase Bond Issue. Visit our April 2021 Bond Program pages to learn more.
- March 4, 6:30pm, Pathfinder Gym
- March 31, 6:30pm, virtual
PHOTOS NEEDED FOR 2020-21 YEARBOOK! (Repeat)
This year's Barry School Yearbook is going to be a huge challenge to create. Because Barry students are divided between a hybrid mode of instruction and a totally virtual setting, we have very few student pictures, and almost no pictures of students from the virtual classrooms.
We need your help, Barry families! If you have pictures of your Barry kids learning, smiling, or just doing their homework, please share! It doesn't matter if the pictures are inside or outside, posed or candid. They can even be school sports/activities pictures (like football, archery, step team, etc.) We will take whatever you have and try to use as many as we can. Please send pictures by February 15th to Michelle Delaney at email@example.com. If you have any questions, please contact Mrs. Delaney using the same email.
Academic Lab (Repeat)
Academic Lab is on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 2:50-4:00 p.m. An activity bus is available. If you are interested in learning more you can contact the school administration, counselor or child's classroom/homeroom teacher.
Please book mark this link and/or use the form embedded below.
5TH GRADE FAMILIES
Suicide Presentation Monday, March 8th (Repeat)
MIDDLE SCHOOL FAMILIES (6TH-8TH GRADE)
Full In-Person, Monday, March 1st
Reminders for Arrival and Dismissal
Photos for the Yearbook
THE SOCIAL WORK SCOOP
Treasure Chest (Repeat)
The Treasure Chest is our school district resource center. It is a stocked pantry providing food, clothing, toiletries, and other household supplies. All items in the Treasure Chest are free to PCR-3 students and families who participate in the Free or Reduced School Lunch Program. The Treasure Chest is open for shopping every week of the calendar year on Wednesday evenings from 4pm-6pm. Families must register at the following link or call 816.858.7001 weekly so we can appropriately plan for resources. Once approved, families can drive through at the original Treasure Chest site (in the north parking lot of PCHS). Identification must be provided in order to receive food.
Register weekly here:
If you need to complete a new lunch application for the 2020/2021 school year, please follow this link: