Barnesville District News
Barnesville Football Reserve Seating and Athletic Passes Available
Reserve Football Seating, Student Athletic Passes, and Senior Citizen Passes for the 2015 season will go on sale Monday, August 24, 2015 in the Barnesville Schools Central Office located in the elementary building.

Fans that held reserve seat tickets last football season will be given first opportunity to purchase them again this season. Reserve seat tickets will be sold on a five-game plan only. The price for the five home games is $35.00. After August 29, reserve seats will be sold on a first come-first serve basis.

Student Athletic Passes are available for any student in grades K-12 attending the Barnesville Exempted Village School District. The Student Athletic Passes are good for any home athletic event. The cost of the student pass is $30.00.

Senior Citizen passes for the 2015 fall and 2015-2016 winter sports season will also go on sale Monday, August 24. Fall Senior Citizen passes are $20.00 and winter/spring passes are $30.00. A single pass good for all fall/winter/spring seasons may be purchased at a cost of $45.00.

Presale tickets for home varsity football games will be sold at the following three locations: Barnesville High School Office, Bob's Drive Thru, and the Pit Stop the week prior to each home game. Presale tickets are $5.00. All ticket at the game are $6.00.

A comprehensive list of ticket prices is available here.
Kindergarten through Eighth Grade Supply Lists
The kindergarten through eighth grade supply lists are available for the 2015-2016 school year. Click here to download. 
2015-16 Online Electronic Physical Examination Form for Parents and Athletes
As a member of the Ohio High School Athletic Association (OHSAA), we are initiating a new digital standard for the pre-participation process, called e-PPE powered by PrivIT (electronic Pre-Participation). The OHSAA e-PPE includes a more comprehensive health history questionnaire that is easy to use, legible, and accessible to help mitigate injury risks related to sports. Click "Read More" for further instructions. 
Free Sports Physical Examinations Available
There will be free sports physical examinations available at the Barnesville Family Health Center for boys and girls of Barnesville Schools entering grades 7 thru 12 who will be participating in sports during the 2015-2016 school year. Dates and more information are available here. 
Ohio Appalachian Collaborative Blog Entry
The Beginning of Something Phenomenal
by Randy Lucas | Apr 01, 2015

Barnesville Exempted Village School District possessed 0 teachers credentialed to teach dual enrollment courses and offered 0 dual enrollment courses (other than PSEO) during the 2013-2014 school year.

Due to the OAC Straight A Grant, we now have 2 credentialed teachers and offer 3 dual enrollment courses for this school year. Next year, we will have 3 or 4 credentialed teachers with more than 20 dual enrollment courses offered to our students. This may not seem like a lot, but  for a small rural district in Southeastern Ohio, it is a great start! Our high school principal sees the potential of offering over 100 dual enrollment courses in subsequent years.

Additionally, due to the conversations with our Straight A Grant implementation team regarding the required implementation of career pathways, we decided to combine straight A Grant funds with district funds and other grant funds to implement a STEM pathway for students which includes the use of Project Lead The Way (PLTW) curriculum and courses. Teachers on the grant implementation team agreed (without compensation) to take the intense training required to teach each of these courses.

Due to the implementation of PLTW and the STEM pathway, we now have middle school students taking engineering courses and competing in robotics. They are also using a 3D printer to create an individualized prosthetic hand for a member in our community. The teachers and students have made presentations to our Board of Education, Rotary, and Kiwanis to demonstrate what they have learned. The community is astonished at what they are doing. Additionally PLTW/STEM courses will be expanded to high school students next year. Although Straight A Grant funds were not used for all of these new programs, the collaboration and vision created through the OAC Straight A Grant is providing opportunities to our students that were not available in the past. We are now in the beginning stage of creating a business/technology pathway for students.

The OAC Straight A Grant helped us align our efforts and was most certainly the catalyst to making all of this happen in our district!
Open Enrollment
The open enrollment application is available for the 2015-2016 school year. Click here to download. 
College Credit Plus Program
There will be a meeting for all parents and students (grades 7-12, next school year) regarding information on the College Credit Plus Program. Students will be able to take classes for both high school and college credit. Cooperating schools in attendance will be Ohio University-Eastern, Belmont College, and Zane State University. The meeting will be held at Barnesville High School in the Multi-Purpose room at 6:30pm on March 19th. Click here for more information. Even more information is available here. 
Barnesville High School Class of 1979 Scholarship for Academic Excellence
The Barnesville High School Class of 1979 Scholarship of Academic Excellence will be awarded to an academically gifted BHS student who possesses the aspiration and intellectual aptitude to attend one of our nation's top colleges or universities. Click here for more information.  
Comcast Internet Essentials
With Comcast Internet Essentials, your family can: do homework, email teachers, look for jobs, pay bills, find doctors, get online tutoring, take online classes, and research colleges for only $9.95 plus tax per month. Enrolled families may also purchase a low-cost computer. You will also have access to Comcast's online Learning Center. This includes a library of videos and other resources to help you create a safe, secure, and fun online experience for your family. Just visit

To qualify for Internet Essentials, your household must have one child who is eligible to participate in the National School Lunch Program. Click here for more information.
Ohio Means Jobs Information
This resource allows students to learn more about their career interests and in-demand jobs, build résumés, search for college and training programs, create a budget based on future expenses, and develop meaningful academic and career plans for high school and beyond. 
Free and Reduced Lunch Form
Children need healthy meals to learn. Barnesville School District offers healthy meals every school day. Breakfast is free to all students. K-4 lunch cost $2.35, 5-8 lunch cost $2.60, and 9-12 lunch cost $2.85. Your children may qualify for free meals or for reduced price meals. Reduced price is $.40 for lunch and breakfast is free. Click here to download the Free and Reduced Lunch Form. 
Federal Court Instructs Ohio Districts to Post Information for Parents Concerning Data Release
A U.S. District Court has ordered that 2013-2014 school year records from the Ohio Department of Education’s Educational Management Information System be turned over to Disability Rights Ohio as part of an ongoing lawsuit. 
Upcoming Events
Golf @ Belmont Hills
Wed Aug 5 2015
Golf @ Switzerland
Thu Aug 6 2015
Golf @ Salt Fork
Mon Aug 10 2015
Freshman Orientation
Tue Aug 11 2015
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