Barnesville Schools

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May Students of the Month

High School

Jr. High Championship Track Meet

First Place in 4x1 & 4x2

Cutting Class for a Cure

Total Money Raised: $18,425

Psychology and Sociology Field Trip

Palace of Gold

22nd Annual Wesbanco Shamrock Relays

May 14, 2016

Blood Bash 2016

Blood Bash Coordinator: Jill Crosier

The King and I

Barnesville High School Drama Club 2016

Close Up Field Trip

Washington DC

First Grade Field Trip

Carnegie Museum of Natural History

Elementary Staff Dodgeball Team

National Honor Society

New Inductees 2016

Culinary Arts Students

Field Trip to The Art Institute of Pittsburgh

Boys Baseball

Head Coach: D.J. Butler

Boys Track Team

Head Coach: Dylan Rogers

Girls Track Team

Head Coach: Mark Brown

Varsity Softball Team

Head Coach: Leslie Skinner

JV Softball Team

Barnesville District News
New vacancies have been added to our website. Click here if you are interested. 
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 through 12 who will be participating in sports during the 2016-17 school year. See the link below for more information including dates and times.

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Marcie Williams Travel Abroad Scholarship
Marcie Williams (Class of 1993) was an avid traveler, always thinking of her next adventure. It was in the hopes that she might inspire other BHS students to travel the world that she asked this scholarship be established. To be eligible you must be a current BHS senior and you must want to explore the world outside of North America. You do not need to participate in a study abroad program to qualify. If this sounds like you, please ask Mr. Brown for an application or click below to print out a copy.
Marcie Williams Travel Abroad Scholarship Application
Parent Donation for PLTW/CFOV
The Barnesville Exempted Village School District’s goal is to prepare students for the global economy. To do this, the district has implemented the Project Lead the Way STEM program in both the middle school and high school. At the middle school, students have the opportunity to take Design & Modeling and Automation & Robotics. At the high school, students may take Introduction to Engineering Design. The district plans to offer more Project Lead the Way STEM classes in future school years.

To help meet this goal, the Barnesville Exempted Village School District formed an alliance with the Community Foundation for the Ohio Valley through the Smith Goshen Rice Enrichment Fund. The purpose of this partnership is to create a school district of excellence, offering STEM programming to our students. In order to accomplish this goal, the district has established a multi-phase plan.

The costs of implementing and expanding the Project Lead the Way course offerings include teacher training and related expenses, annual program registration fee, course supplies, and computer purchases. This plan will help to ensure that the school district stays focused on the goal of expanding STEM curriculum for students.

Click here for more details
Click here to learn how to donate online!
ZPass+ for Parents
As you may know, our district implemented a new technology called ZPass earlier this calendar year for students riding our buses. ZPass cards were provided to students free of charge as part of the "Straight A Fund" transportation grant that we were awarded. Child safety is of primary concern to our schools and parents and this grant has further helped us ensure the safe transportation of children to and from school and school-related events. Click here for more information including registration instructions.  Read More...

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