B.C.S. Vision:
Barker Central School will provide the experiences necessary for our students to acquire the knowledge, skills, and traits to succeed intellectually, physically, socially, and emotionally in an ever-changing world.

BCS Announcements

  • HOME PAGE IMAGES - The current home page images are from the Donate Life Fun Run on April 1st. Friday, April 21st was National Blue and Green Day which promotes awareness for tissue, eye and organ donation. Thank you to Donate Life Club advisers Ms. Heather McIntyre and Mr. Rob Mucha for submitting the images.

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  • Book Fair PTO SCHOLASTIC BOGO BOOK FAIR - The Barker PTO is sponsoring a Scholastic BOGO Book Fair on Wednesday, April 26th, Thursday, April 27th and Friday, April 28th. For more information please click on the link for a specific day. A flier is available for download with contact information as well as schedule.

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  • Basketball B BASKETBALL RECOGNITION - Congratulations to Nate Luckman on being named 2nd Team All-State Class C by the New York State Sportswriters Association. Luckman was also received All Western New York Honorable Mention recognition from The Buffalo News. Orleans Hub also recognized Luckman as one of the best in the area with it's postseason All Area Team. TheViewFromCenterCourt.com placed Luckman on it's Honorable Mention All-Centercourt Team. The Niagara-Orleans League also acknowledged Luckman's accomplishments with a 1st Team selection. Great job Nate!

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  • Announcements

    NYS Education Department:  Office of Special Education Review Announcement

    The New York State Education Department: Office of Special Education has completed a Special Education Quality Assurance (SEQA) Special Education Programs and Services Focused Review in Barker Central School District during the 2016/17 school year.  This review examined the district’s compliance with selected federal and State laws and regulations governing the education of students with disabilities.

    The review was conducted by the SEQA Western Regional Office. The review process involved a review of school records of a representative sample of students with disabilities, classroom visitations, interviews of parents and staff surveys.  Meetings of the committee on special education were also observed. 

    A copy of the report may be reviewed from the Superintendent’s Office located at 1628 Quaker Road, Barker, NY 14012.

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