Congratulations to the Barker School District on the makeover at the high school. The renovations include a new science wing, renovated classrooms, new chemistry, physics and biology labs and a redesigned earth science room.
In addition, the classrooms were also supplied with interactive whiteboards, which are dry erase boards that connect to a computer. Anything that is written on them can appear on the computer screen. Computers can also be connected to a projector, which makes displaying information in front of a large audience easier.
Each classroom has more storage space for the required chemicals and supplies for the high school curriculum. Desks and science workstations have enough space to allow teacher supervision. Along with the classrooms, a locker area was also redesigned for security and supervisory purposes. The area is now known as “The Commons,” and has more space and better lighting.
At this point, the only thing left to do is give proper recognition to those who made this massive renovation possible. Would a name change from Barker High School to AES High be too obvious?