• Update Monday, April 6 

           Students check your school email >  Go to Google and log into Gmail >

    first name.last name@students.marlboroschools.org  *Kids know their passwords!(S#lunchnumber) Once logged into their google account they will have access to reach me by email or hit the "waffle" to access Docs and Google Classroom.

          Starting Monday, April 6, there will be an entire week's worth of learning linked to your Google Classroom.  All assignments for the week can be found in the Google Slides that are in your ELA Google Classroom.  This week we are going to begin studying different types of poems.  Each day this week, Ms. Taddeo and I will introduce a different kind of poem and then you will have the chance to write your own.  On Friday, you will put together a portfolio of all the poems you wrote this week.  We are very excited to read all of your creative poems.

         Also, please check out the classroom websites of your special area teachers.  Those websites will guide you to Google Classrooms or Twitter accounts where you will find active, creative assignments from Physical Education, Art, Media, and Music.   

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         Although this is not how any of us imagined spending our time, it is our reality. During these uncertain times, make your children feel safe and secure.  Spend this time getting to know them; Read together, play games, or just cuddle up on the couch.   As requested academic pages for printing are available at the following link:


         As always, check the district site, follow me on Twitter, or communicate any questions and comments with me VIA email.  Stay healty and safe.    

    pale-pink-heart.jpg (1920×1847)Mrs. Barley


    Twitter handle:  @readbarley205    Image result for twitter



    Email:  antoinette.barley@marlboroschools.org

    Coteachers:  Mrs. Greiner (Math), Mr. McInerney (Science/Social Studies) and Mrs. Cassidy (Special Education)