What an exciting first year our new principal, Mrs. Gaffney, is having! The people of St. Barnabas School have gone to great lengths to make Mrs. Gaffney feel welcome and appreciated. So far, Mrs. Gaffney's "jump right in" attitude has impressed everyone, along with her achievements.
It's hard to believe we are more than half way through the school year. So many fun events and accomplishments have continued to make St. Barnabas School a well-respected staple of the Beverly neighborhood.
Much still to come this year...St. Baldrick's festivities, the Spring school production of "Mulan", Spring Break and the Easter holiday, field trips, Earth Day activities, Book Fair, Art Fair, 1st Holy Communion for our second graders, May Crowning, Spirit Day, and all of our 8th grade graduation activities. Make sure you stay tuned to St. Barnabas, where if you miss a day, you miss a lot!
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"Committed to Excellence in Education"
The students of St. Barnabas School recently held a collection of boxed cereal to share with the Holy Family Food Pantry, a minstry of our sharing parish. Over 100 boxes of cereal were collected. Thank you to everyone who brought in a box of cereal. Your generosity is greatly appreciated and will make a difference to those in need.
In Science class, 8th graders designed and built a closed reaction chamber to observe the combustion of sucrose to model the law of conservation of mass. They observed how carbon, hydrogen and oxygen atoms convert to water vapor and solid carbon dioxide and determined that the mass of the products remain the same after a chemical reaction.
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WHAT'S HAPPENING AT BARNABAS
Bitty Buckeyes is a unique program designed for young children (18 months to 3 years of age) accompanied by their adult companions. Each session will expose children to language and motor skill development along with religious instruction through the use of fun, age-appropriate activities. Read More
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Get Behind the Vest
St. Barnabas students held two dates for "Dress Blue" where students paid $2 each for the privilege of being out of uniform and wearing the color blue to support the Chicago Police Memorial Foundation's "Get Behind the Vest" program. Read More
Open Athletic Board Positions
The St. Barnabas Athletic Board is looking to fill several positions. Read More
St. Barnabas School is accepting registrations for the 2015-2016 school year. Read More
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