Ms. Reid’s and Ms. Taylor’s Class honor their crossing guard Ms. Janet Chandler Ms. Chandler has been at the same intersection of E. Front Street & Farragut Rd. for 22 years. Click here to see more photos
Barlow Elementary School held their school wide JA Day event on May 25! JA volunteers teach JA’s financial literacy and work readiness curriculum. JA’s activity-based programs was taught from 9:00 am to 1:30 pm by teams of two or more volunteers from UC TEAMS High School Heroes. This program was a powerful team-building experience for volunteers and a memorable project based learning activity for Barlow school scholars! JA’s curriculum is tied to the NJ Common Core Curriculum Standards as well as the Partnership for 21st Century Skills. Click here to see more photos
On Monday, April 24, 2017, Barlow K-2 Scholars were treated to a special presentation on the animals that live in the rainforest. Scholars were able to see up close and personal and even touch the animals!
Scholars were fascinated and asked many questions regarding the importance of protecting animals and the environment! Click here to see more photos
Barlow School Light It Up Blue for World Autism Month
April 2nd, is Autism Awareness Day and World Autism Month. Barlow School Light It Up Blue to come together in unity to increase understanding and acceptance of children and adults with autism, across the spectrum.
Barlow School released Balloons for Autism in order to raise Autism awareness in our community.
Field trip to the MoMath museum of Mathematics in NYC
Third graders from Dewitt D. Barlow Elementary School went on a field trip to the MoMath museum of Mathematics in New York City to experience many hands on exhibits that are linked not only to math but science as well. The third graders were engaged and entertained while they practiced skills and learned new ones. Click here to see more photos
Barlow Tree Planting
On Friday, November 4, 2016 the Barlow School in partnership with the NJ Tree Foundation and the NJ American Water Company planted 11 trees! As part of their community service, Student Council Members and scholars led by volunteers and workers coordinated an impressive effort to beautify the school grounds. As a result, each tree will be taken care of by a class in an effort to foster a love for nature. Click here to see more photos