Friday, October 9th 2020
ALL BARRY FAMILIES
Character Strong - Family Dares
I am excited to challenge you all to participate in next week's dare: Fail Forward. Please see our video below explaining the dare and its importance. Also, please reach out to share experiences you are having with these family dares via phone call, email, or even video recording. I would love to highlight these things on Instagram and our newsletters.
Week 7 Family Dare - Fail Forward
October PTSA Newsletter
Fall Title 1 Meeting
The agenda is as follows:
- School-Wide Programming (Instructional Coaching, Budget, and Curriculum)
- Parent's Right to Know (Teacher Qualifications)
- Parent Engagement Policy (Home/School Compact)
Principal's Advisory Team (PAT) Announced
Ella Cruce, Mason Morris, Ephraim Jatau, Quinlan Crowley, Miah Omoike, Jack Dillingham, Giana Badami, and Addisen McNally.
Macy Doll, Milan Clemons, Mila Cucchiara, Brody Hawk, Brandon Stearns, Mitchel McBratney, Camden Noller, and Ariela Manaj.
Iman Elmi, Ana Enna, Evan Heater, Jillian Santi, Finley Pennington, and Meilani Seymour.
Montez Clemons, Macie Garland, Cole Duncan, Landon Delong, Tasneem Alkhaldi, Taryn Wiley-Hood, Toula Railsback, Elizabeth Webb, and Maggie McBratney.
Parents and students of PAT members:
Please look for an email this weekend regarding our schedule of meetings, transportation, etc.
Virtual Parent Teacher Conferences
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.
Barry Archery (Repeat)
Try-outs are coming up for those interested in joining our team. To sign up for a spot, follow this link.
October 15th - 16th | 6:00-9:00 pm | Barry Gym
Sign-up will take place with Signup Genius the week of Oct. 5th
Regular season runs October 27th - March 7th. Practice is 1 time per week.
Benefits of Archery
- Improves balance and hand-eye coordination.
- Increases focus and patience.
- It’s a social sport in which students of any age and athletic ability can participate.
- Is now a lettered sport in high school!
- Practice includes conditioning, review and practice of 11 steps with stretch band, technique game, tournament style practice.
We are a NASP school. See https://www.naspschools.org/ for additional information.
For questions, please contact: Coach Platt at firstname.lastname@example.org
5TH GRADE FAMILIES
MIDDLE SCHOOL FAMILIES (GRADES 6-8)
THE SOCIAL WORK SCOOP
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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: