Barstow is proud of its alumni around the world and the expertise they have to share with today's students. This week, two former students returned to Barstow to share their professional accomplishments.
Sixth grade students are being challenged by their teachers to set new goals for their future accomplishments and to consider the spheres of influence that they have in their everyday life on "Dot Day". All of this is inspired by Peter Reynolds' book "The Dot".
Lower school artist of the quarter Nelly Nasima, grade 3, showed Mr. Foster her oil and chalk pastel rooster, inspired by the work of Pablo Picasso. Ms. Kukuk's students learned about Picasso's Blue and Rose Periods and his creation of Cubism for inspiration. (Photo by Todd Race)