Parent & Student Resource Page
2016-2017 Student Supply Lists
Check teacher blogs for any additional supply requests.
ITBS Parent Brochure
Voluntary Student Accident Insurance Enrollment
So What Do I Need to Know about Middle School???
Cobb County School District Complaint Procedure
Georgia's Focus on Literacy Achievement and the Lexile Framework for Reading Initiative
Look Up a Book
Rising 6th Graders Transition Information
Transition Experience for the Student
Transition Experience for the Parent
Barber Middle School will not be conducting a formal summer reading program this year. We encourage all students to
read two or three books within their lexile level, but students will not be required to complete an assignment to accompany this reading.
Barber's Inspection Report for the Annual Notification of Asbestos Management Plan
is available for public review in the administrative office.
Policies regarding campus hours, early dismissals and transportation changes
If your student is a car rider or walker, arrival time can be as early as 8:00 am (classes begin at 9:15
am) and no students should be dropped off prior to 8:00 am. All students should be off campus by 4:45 pm each day.
Please send a note in with your student if an early check-out is required or you are making any
transportation changes for the day other than the normal method already arranged. If you are picking up your student for an
early appointment, early dismissals are accepted until 3:45 pm. If you arrive to check out your student AFTER 3:45 pm, please
accept our apologies but we will not be able to call into the classroom. Students will be dismissed at normal dismissal
time which is 4:15.
In addition, all last minute transportation changes must be completed by 3:30 pm to
ensure we have adequate time to communicate this with your student and their teacher. Only in emergency situations
will we accept transportation changes after 3:30 pm.
Please refer to the student handbook under General Information to view school policies. We appreciate your cooperation.”