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The focus of the Barkley/Ruiz Elementary School is to meet the academic needs of students by identifying their individual learning style preferences.  There is an emphasis on early interventions for struggling students, especially in the area of reading.

We at Barkley/Ruiz have  provided teachers with extensive targeted and collaborative professional development to address student instructional needs and implementation of Learning Styles.  Every classroom is equipped with resources to meet the needs of visual, auditory, tactile and kinesthetic learners.  In addition, every classroom at Barkley/Ruiz Elementary School is equipped with modern instructional technology.  Teachers have the tools necessary for data analysis and interactive lessons.  Students have the tools to learn technology skills imperative to compete in today’s job market.

The Book Fair is Coming!

Where? In the Library or ONLINE
When? Monday, Nov 12 - Friday, Nov 16

Monday - Wednesday  8:05 - 4:00 pm
Thursday (OPEN LATE) 8:05 - 6:00 pm
Friday (LAST DAY)         8:05 - 12:00 pm

2018 Midterm
Student Mock Election

Barkley-Ruiz students gathered at the library, on Monday, November 5, to exercise their civic duty of voting in the campus's traditional student mock election. 

Students enjoyed voting for both the gubernatorial and senatorial candidates running for office, and the results are listed, below.

Gubernatorial Race (Governor)
Greg Abbott (R)   250 Votes   56.3 %
Lupe Valdez (D)   147 Votes   33.1 %
Mark Tippett (L)    47 Votes    10.6 %

Senatorial Race (Senator)
Ted Cruz (R)           158 Votes    35.7 %
Beto O'Rourke (D) 207 Votes    46.7 %
Neal Dikeman (L)   78 Votes      17.6 %


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