very deciplined school.im a 7th grade student.I like the administration.i love this school and i never forget this school.
Guinyard-Butler Middle School is a public middle school in Barnwell. The principal of Guinyard-Butler Middle School is John Bass and can be contacted at email@example.com. 385 children attend Guinyard-Butler Middle School and identify as Black, non-Hispanic; White, non-Hispanic; and Hispanic. 61% of the 385 students here have subsidized lunches. The student to teacher ratio at Guinyard-Butler Middle School is 13:1. Barnwell Christian School is one of the nearest middle schools.
- Computer arts
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- P.E. classes
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I think that this school needs alot of improve ments but all we can do is work on them so im will be proud to go to barnwell high school!!!!!!!
im a 8th grader about to go to the 9th grade i can say this school is real fun to be at but i had my ups and downs at this school. but dont take that the wronge way i loved the teachers and all the staff members i wll never forget this school
this is a great school you and your child will love it because your child will learn a lot of things here
I am a 8th student at this school and when im at school i dont feel safe most of the teachers are good and the kids are bad. and i dont think that we should do PACT it makes me really scared that im going to fail!!
I don't think students should take any pact tests the teachers that are teaching the child should be the one that knows what they know and if they know it enough to go to the next grade. All these tests do is make the child upset and scare that they will fail making them think they are dumb because of the tests and teachers talking about them to the student if they get a low score. it really don't prepare them for the future or to go to the next level I think if the teacher think that the child knows enough to the next level regardless of the pact score. I have to to some teachers about the pact and they don't agree about taking the test and some parents also but that's my opinon and I'am just one person. The teacher that teaches them should be the one that will give them a test that they made up to determine if the child should go to the next grade. That's just my beliefs. child is ready to leave that grade and go to the next