Barrington Elementary

News and Announcements

California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress-SBAC Testing

Each spring, most students in California participate in the statewide testing program, which is the California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress (CAASPP). The tests in the CAASPP System provide information to teachers, parents/guardians, and students about student’s progress and readiness for college and career. In grades three through eight and grade eleven, most students take the Smarter Balance online tests for English language arts/literacy (ELA) and mathematics. Students in grades five and eight and high school, depending on which grade level in our district is assigned to take the California Science Test pilot, will take the California Science Test. Please see attached letter for additional information.
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School Construction

We are having a Solar building project in our front parking lot.  The parking lot and student drop off in the front of the school will be closed until further notice.  Students can be dropped of in the bus zone.ASP can be dropped off and picked up on Banff Dr. side of the cafeteria. Any questions call the office.
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Future Chefs Contest

Enter the first NCLUSD future chef contest open to all 4th and 5th graders. If you love to cook this is the contest for you. Click to learn more information.
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Returning Student Registration

Parents please complete your returning student registration for 16-17 through your PowerSchool Parent account. Parents may log in and update their student information on Infosnap through the PowerSchool Parent account. Please follow instructions below. Please Do NOT use New Student Registration.
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Rotary Read In

The Rotary Club of Newman and some wonderful volunteers will be celebrating DR. Seuss's birthday by reading to students on March 2 @ 9am. It is always a gift to read to a child and share a new story.
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It's that time of year again where your school needs those box tops!  Ask your neighbors, friends, grandma, and anyone else if you can have their box tops.  The top three classes that collect the most will get a prize and not to mention that it helps our school a lot.  So get out there and start collecting.  Turn them in October 17-21.
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