Mrs. Heather Serra is the new fifth- and sixth-grade math teacher at Buckley this year. In addition to her love of mathematics, Mrs. Serra has two cats and a love of European monarchs, but she would choose to unwatch the Deadpool movie if she could. She also has a special message for all of her students. Here is her interview with the Buckley Bark:
A friendly turtle was spotted near Buckley on October 19, at around 5:15 p.m. A family who lived nearby saw the turtle in the middle of the road and decided to protect it. While they were waiting for the police to come, they fed the turtle lettuce and gave him water to keep him cool.
For seventh- and eighth-graders, the November and December SSAT is coming up. The Secondary School Admission Test, or SSAT, is a standardized test taken by students for admissions officers to assess the abilities of the students who want to apply to their secondary school. There are six parts to the SSAT: one verbal, two math, one reading, one essay, and one experimental section. There are three levels of the SSAT: the Elementary Level SSAT (Grades 3-4), Middle Level SSAT (Grades 5-7), and the Upper Level SSAT (Grades 8-11). Students are scored on the SSAT by comparing their test scores to other people’s test scores.
The SSAT is difficult, so you should prepare once registered. Here are some tips, study methods, and suggestions on how to study for the SSAT.
It’s now week 11 in the National Football League. There have been many disappointments for some teams, while many others have exceeded their expectations. The Buckley Bark analysis of the power rankings came into existence through examining team players, injuries, and wins and losses.
Here are the Buckley Bark Power Rankings for football right now:
Monday, October 31, was Halloween. Buckley Headmaster Dr. Jean-Marc Juhel had a big parade to celebrate the holiday. He invited all grades to come with their Halloween costumes and show off their creations to trick-or-treat at night.
Teachers and parents came to the Cronin Gym to see what all the children’s costumes were. Some adults even wore their own Halloween costumes.
Do you wish you were more prepared for the mile run this year? This fall, I came up with a bunch of ideas to prepare for the long-distance run. However, after I ran the mile, I found that some of these plans weren’t as successful.
As we all know, it is important for us to stay healthy all year long. Here are some suggestions to help any student prepare for the mile run and stay fit:
Are naturally exquisite
Like the bare skin
On a baby’s face
Untouched from harm
Just the heart-warming kisses
From a mother
Who cares for her
Her bubbly bundle
Her unconditional love