Welcome to Ernest P. Barka Elementary School
Home of the Barka Bulldogs!
Dream, Believe, Achieve
Here at the Ernest P. Barka School, our mission is to have the
very best educational experiences so that we can achieve success and
self-worth. By believing in ourselves and knowing that with
responsibility, integrity, and hard work, all dreams can be possible.
If we dream it and believe it, we can achieve it!
2017-2018 Kindergarten Registration (Please scroll down the page to see it)
Parent Access to enVisionMath Online Materials
School Safety Drill Information
Internet Availability for Parents
Cybersafety Night , More Information & Cyber Safety Night
Derry Parent Literacy Night
New Hampshire's 21st Century Science Standards Update
Children's Dental Network Notice of Privacy Practices
Derry Early Education Program Application 2016-17
Derry School District Calendar 2016-2017
Letter on Fifth Disease & Facts on Fifth Disease
Words Their Way Parent Night
Kindergarten Letter for Incoming Students 2016-17
Kindergarten Application for 2016-17
Notice for Home Educated Students regarding upcoming Smarter Balance and Science NECAP
Smarter Balance Parent Letter
Smarter Balance Testing Schedule
NWEA Letter for Grade 1
Notice of Non Discrimination
Save the Date -October 7th, 2015
Dear Community Members,
I am writing to inform you about an important area event to be held on – SAVE THE DATE - Wednesday, October 7th and invite you to share this information with your professional and personal networks of colleagues, parents, agencies, educators (esp. from Middle and Elementary Schools) and other interested adults.
Concerned local and county organizations have organized a panel discussion on the urgent and growing crisis of opiate use throughout Rockingham County. The event, co-sponsored by Pinkerton and Parkland Medical Center, will be held at the Derry Boys’ and Girls’ Club Auditorium (40 East Derry Road in Derry), Wednesday, October 7th from 6-8 p.m.
The evening will provide an opportunity to learn from the top specialists in the state about this growing crisis of opiates and OTC drugs, our state and county response to the situation, along with a chance to ask questions of the panel and steps individuals can take to prevent this problem.
Resources from several prevention, treatment and recovery organizations will be available at the event.
Registration is not required to attend. A more detailed brochure will be forthcoming with names of the panelists and the format of the evening, which I will forward once it is released. I thank you in advance for sharing this announcement with those you know who could be interested in attending.
Thank you for your support of this critical event,
5 Pinkerton Street
Derry, NH 03038
My LunchMoney is now My School Bucks
Parent Flyer Please click here
Frequently Asked Questions, please click here
2015-16 STUDENT ACCIDENT INSURANCE BROCHURE
What is Readers' Workshop?
Download the above Reader's Workshop letter here.
Report Card Changes
The District has released a pamphlet that explains the changes you will see on your child's report card. It can be previewed here. Report Card Pamphlet.
Honor Roll and Citizenship Updates
To see Honor
roll and Citizenship information based on the report card, click here.
Keep an eye on the Derry News for Honor Roll announcements.
In 2015-2016, the costs for meals in the elementary schools will be:
Lunch: $2.50 Breakfast: $1.40
See menus and more information at the District website.
The Derry Cooperative School District does not discriminate on the
basis of race, color, national origin, age, sex, or disability in
admission to, access to, treatment in, or employment in its programs and
activities. Any student, parent on the behalf of their child, or
employee who believes that he or she has a disability and thinks that
accommodations are necessary to afford an equal opportunity for success,
should contact Ms. Colleen Fields, the Assistant Principal at 434-2430.