🌞🌝BPS STUDENTS WATCH SOLAR ECLIPSE: It was a beautiful day in Barrington for a solar eclipse! 🌘 Yesterday afternoon, students and staff across our district gathered outside wearing special protective glasses to watch the moon cover the sun.
6 days ago, Barrington Public Schools
students wear protective glasses to watch solar eclipse
🚣‍♂️DEEPER LEARNING IN THE BMS STEAM STUDIO: Deeper learning takes place daily inside classrooms across our district. Recently, Barrington Middle School students in STEAM Studio class used 3D design to create an assistive rowing device for a schoolmate! You can read all about this collaborative deeper learning project in the Barrington Times: https://eastbayri.com/barrington/stories/in-barrington-steam-assignment-impacts-students-life,121075?#top-carousel Photos by East Bay Media.
6 days ago, Barrington Public Schools
students pose with rowing machine
📒💡BHS STUDENTS PREPARE FOR AP EXAMS: It's almost AP season at Barrington High School and our students are hard at work preparing for their upcoming exams! Yesterday, more than 100 BHS students took Advanced Placement practice tests in biology, chemistry, physics, and environmental science. 🧠
12 days ago, Barrington Public Schools
students take tests in classroom
🧬🧫BPS STUDENTS SHINE AT RI SCIENCE FAIR: Earlier this month, students from Barrington High School and Barrington Middle School presented at the Rhode Island Science and Engineering Fair (RISEF). Many of our students were recognized at the RISEF Awards Ceremony! BHS junior, Isabelle, received Best in Fair First Grant for her project, "Jumping Genes: A potential molecular target for Alzheimer's disease intervention". Isabelle will be one of two students representing Rhode Island at the International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF) in Los Angeles, California, next month! BHS students Siddharth, Sara, and Katherine also received Best in Fair First Grant awards (top ten projects at the fair) for their projects; Julia, Iris, Rahul, Emma, and Athena received First Grant awards; and Malak, Alexandra, Jason, and Onson received Third Grant awards. In the Junior Division, BMS students Cameron, Calvin, and Afraz received Second Grant awards and Tobey received a Third Grant award. Congratulations to all of our young scientists! 🦠🔬
14 days ago, Barrington Public Schools
student poses with winning science fair poster
♟BHS CHESS TEAM WINS LEAGUE TITLE: Did you know Barrington High School has a chess club that offers a competitive and casual outlet for chess players of all levels to challenge themselves and hone their skills? This season, BHS chess players placed first in the 2024 Ocean State Scholastic High School Chess League! Congratulations to all members of the chess club and special thanks to club advisor, Mr. Marshall!
14 days ago, Barrington Public Schools
five students pose with chess team trophy
🏅🔵🟡 BHS FBLA EARNS TOP HONORS AT STATE AWARDS CEREMONY: Last week, the Rhode Island Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) held their 46th Annual State Leadership Conference Awards Ceremony. Barrington High School FBLA members earned top 5 honors in 43 different events! These achievements reflect our students' dedication, work ethic, and professionalism. Congratulations to all members of BHS FBLA and thank you to Mr. West and Ms. Hennessy for your leadership and guidance!
17 days ago, Barrington Public Schools
students pose at future business leaders conference
🎻🎤BHS STUDENTS PERFORM IN ALL-STATE MUSIC ENSEMBLES: Nearly two dozen Barrington High School students performed in the 2024 Rhode Island Music Education Association (RIMEA) All-State Music Ensembles at The Vets last weekend! Congratulations to our student singers and musicians! 🎼🎺
18 days ago, Barrington Public Schools
students sing on stage
💜🌈🦒SOWAMS COMMUNITY SERVICE PROJECT IS "IZSPIRED": Sowams School third graders in Mrs. Adamson's and Mrs. Lally's classroom recently completed a community service project benefitting the Izzy Family Room at Hasbro Children's Hospital. In the spirit of the Izzy Foundation, a local nonprofit that funds and "IZspires" creative projects, spaces, and programs for families whose children have cancer, Sowams students made pillows and wrote notes of encouragement to be shared with children at Hasbro. They also collected games, puzzles, and toys to donate to the Izzy Foundation. Photos by East Bay Media. Read more about this community service project in the Barrington Times: https://eastbayri.com/barrington/stories/barrington-schools-pillow-project-helps-children-at-hospital,120887
18 days ago, Barrington Public Schools
third grade class poses with donation box
🐶HMS STUDENT COUNCIL MAKES A DIFFERENCE: The Hampden Meadows School Student Council hosted a March collection drive to benefit the Hotel for Homeless Dogs Humane Society in Cumberland. Yesterday, Student Council members visited the Hotel for Homeless Dogs to deliver 365 items (including dog food, collars, leashes, bowls, beds, blankets, toys, and cleaning supplies!) generously donated by the Hampden Meadows community. They also got to tour the facility, make dog treats, bag treats for volunteer dog walkers, and, of course, meet the four-legged beneficiaries of their donations! Thank you to Student Council advisor, Miss O'Neil, and the entire HMS community for helping our students make a difference! 🐩🐕
19 days ago, Barrington Public Schools
students pet dog at shelter
❤️BMS IS A CERTIFIED HEART SAFE SCHOOL: Barrington Middle School is the first middle school in Rhode Island to become a Heart Safe Certified School through Project ADAM! BMS now has a rapid response team of administrators, teachers, and staff who are trained and ready to respond to any cardiac emergency in the school. Thank you to our teachers, administrators, school nurses and Dr. Alice Kim, Barrington EMS, the Rhode Island Department of Health, and Heart Safe Schools RI for helping to train and prepare the BMS rapid response team for certification.
19 days ago, Barrington Public Schools
teachers pose with heart safe banner
🎼🎬BHS STAGEMASTERS PERFORM AT RI STATE HOUSE: Earlier this month, the Barrington High School Stagemasters helped celebrate #ArtsinOurSchoolsMonth at the Rhode Island State House! The Stagemasters performed an excerpt from their upcoming spring production, Clue: On Stage (High School Edition). Barrington High School seniors Maya and Ashley directed the scene as part of an extension of their Senior Project. Catch the full length version of Clue: On Stage when the Stagemasters perform next Thursday, Friday, and Saturday (April 4-6) at BHS at 7:00 pm.
18 days ago, Barrington Public Schools
student actors pose in front of state house
🏒BHS HOCKEY PLAYERS RECEIVE HOBEY BAKER CHARACTER AWARD: Two Barrington High School Eagles were among the 32 high school hockey players recently awarded the Hobey Baker High School Character Award during a ceremony at the Rhode Island State House! This award recognizes student-athletes whose strong character has led them to excellence as players, teammates and leaders. Congratulations, Mia and Adam!
18 days ago, Barrington Public Schools
hockey player
🎭ARTS ALIVE BRINGS MEAN GIRLS JR. TO BMS: Congratulations to our Barrington Middle School thespians and Arts Alive Barrington for a sold out weekend of Mean Girls Jr. performances! Last week, in preparation for the play, BMS embraced a school-wide Kindness Challenge to spread the message of the power of kindness. Thanks to Dr. Anderson, Mrs. Poirier, Mrs. Leary, and Mrs. Nary for leading this campaign! 💌
20 days ago, Barrington Public Schools
student sings on stage
⚧BHS GENDER EQUITY CLUB CELEBRATES WOMEN'S HISTORY MONTH: In celebration of Women's History Month, the Barrington High School Gender Equality and Awareness Club recently hosted their annual Mixed Media Showcase to support girls and women in sports! Congrats to Megan, Jane, Audrey, and all members of GEAC for planning a fantastic event to support an important cause! Special thank you to Coach Gasbarro, head coach of the BHS field hockey team, for giving the keynote. 🏑
26 days ago, Barrington Public Schools
three students hug
🧫🧪BPS STUDENTS PRESENT AT RI SCIENCE FAIR: Students from Barrington High School and Barrington Middle School presented their research at the Rhode Island Science and Engineering Fair this weekend! Way to go, young scientists! 💡
27 days ago, Barrington Public Schools
students stand on steps at science fair
🏀BHS BASKETBALL TEAMS IN FINAL FOUR: On Saturday, both of our Barrington High School varsity basketball teams competed in the Rhode Island Interscholastic League State Championship Final Four semifinals. Congratulations on a well-played season, Eagles!
27 days ago, Barrington Public Schools
basketball team poses before championship game
📓HMS RISING AUTHORS SOCIETY FEATURED IN MAGAZINE: Look at these familiar faces on the cover of this month's Greet Barrington Magazine! The Hampden Meadows School Rising Authors Society is a group of fifth graders who meet weekly to explore their passion for writing. This month, their interviews are featured in Greet Barrington! ✏️ Check out more of their writing here: https://www.hampdenmeadows.org/o/hampden-meadows/page/writing-collection
about 1 month ago, Barrington Public Schools
eight students pose with their principal and teacher
✏️BHS STUDENTS EARN NOTABLE MENTIONS IN SHORT STORY CONTEST: Five Barrington High School students recently earned notable mentions in Write Rhode Island's state-wide short story contest! This year, Write Rhode Island received more than 200 submissions from students in grades 7-12. Congratulations, Wesley, Emma, Lillian, Audrey, and Amelia! 📝 Photo by East Bay Media.
about 1 month ago, Barrington Public Schools
students pose with notable mention certificates
🌎💡BMS GEOGRAPHY GETS STUDENTS BUZZING: The Barrington Middle School Geography Bee had students buzzing around the world this morning as they answered challenging questions about countries, capitals, continents, and other geographic characteristics. Congratulations to all students who participated and special congratulations to Eli, our Geography Bee champion! 🐝 Watch a replay of the Geography Bee here: https://vimeo.com/showcase/9393965/video/921112651
about 1 month ago, Barrington Public Schools
student poses with geography bee certificate
📝NAYATT STUDENT'S POEM SELECTED FOR RI KIDS COUNT FACTBOOK: Saumya, a third grade student at Nayatt School, submitted a poem she wrote about Rhode Island to the Rhode Island KIDS COUNT poetry contest and it was recently selected for inclusion in the 2024 Rhode Island KIDS COUNT Factbook! Awesome work, Saumya! 🌈
about 1 month ago, Barrington Public Schools
student holds poem she wrote about the state of rhode island