julie.barrow@cmcss.net931-645-1403
My name is Mrs. Barrow. I am excited to be your child's fourth grade Reading/Language Arts teacher this year. This is my twelfth year of teaching and my eighth year as a Rossview Elementary Hawk. I received my B.S. in Elementary Education from Murray State University. I obtained my Master's degree in Reading and Literacy from Walden University. My husband, Jonathan, and I have two daughters, Hadley and NoraLee. Your child will be a part of a trio this year, I will be their Reading, Language, and Writing teacher. Mrs. Leggio, will be their Science and Social Studies teacher. Finally, Mrs. Forsyth, will be their math teacher. Please contact a specific teacher regarding their class. I look forward to a fantastic year and hope you will contact me with any questions or concerns. Let's work together to make this a successful year!Browse this website for a supply list, wish list, the B.E.E. Binder information, and learn more about Class DoJo.
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2018-2019 Mrs. Barrow's Suggested Supply List
• 1 plastic pocket folders with binder holes
• 3 plastic pocket folders
• *1 package of white copy paper
• *1 package of wide rule notebook paper
• 2 wide rule hardbound composition notebooks
• 1 wide rule spiral composition notebook
• *1 dozen #2 wooden pre-sharpened pencils (no mechanical pencils)
• *1 package of black dry erase markers
• *1 package of yellow highlighters
• *1 pair of scissors
• *1 package of glue sticks- no liquid glue
• 1 box of crayons
• *1 box of tissues
• *Girls- 1 package of color copy paper
• *Boys- anti-bacterial wipes or baby wipes
* These are communal supplies No Personal Pencil Sharpeners or Markers Please
2018-2019 Class Wish List
The following are not required, but would be useful for our classroom
  • White Copy Paper
  • Color Copy Paper
  • Individual Wrapped Candy
  • Skittles
  • Regular Sized Hot Glue Gun Sticks
  • Always raise your hand and wait for permission to speak.
  • Keep hands, feet and objects to yourself at all times.
  • Be respectful of others at all times.
  • Follow directions and listen to adults.
  • ALWAYS do your best!