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Click the link below to see Daisy Cowdery,WTAP Student Athlete of the Week
BHS Senior Alexandria Williams
The Wendy's High School Heisman Scholarship was created by Wendy's founder, Dave Thomas, in 1994. Congratulations to Alex for being selected as a Wendy's High School 2016 Heisman winner.  For seniors, eligibility begins with maintaining a GPA of 3.0 or better.  Seniors also need to be proven leaders and role models within their school and community. To read more about the Wendy's Heisman go to the website at https://www.wendyshighschoolheisman.com
 
        
 
Way To Go Alexandria! 

 
 
 
Art Students "Paint the Plow"
This is Belpre Art Club's second year participating in the "Paint the Plow" project. ODOT (Ohio Department of Transportation) delivers plows to local schools to be painted to be used on local roadways and featured in parades. Skyla Bartlett created the design for the plow this year and the Art Club students painted it.  
 
Art teacher, Mr. Chad Stevens, along with Logan Racy and Daisy Cowdery, were at the Ohio School Boards Association Conference in Columbus with a display of student art pieces. Looks like Belpre was well represented!
 
Homecoming King and Queen 2016
Congratulations!
Aric Ross and Sydnee Foster
 

Belpre Senior, Christopher Myers, Recognized

Our own Christopher Myers, along with Trinity Abicht from Marietta, is October’s Student of the Month at WCCC. Chris is enrolled in the Landscape Construction & Turf Management program. He is also in the FFA, WCCC National Technical Honor Society, Belpre High School’s National Honor Society, and A.E.R.O. Chris plans to attend Ohio State University – Agricultural Technical Institute and then on to Ohio State University to obtain his bachelor’s. Congratulations Chris!



Southeast Region Recognition Program
Roger Wilcoxen has been chosen the Outstanding Volunteer of the Southeast Region. Roger, as he likes to be called, was formally recognized for his accomplishments at the Southeast Region's Annual Fall Conference on Thursday, September 29th at Nelsonville-York Middle School. The Region Recognition Program was implemented in 1993 as a way to highlight outstanding individuals and programs among the 84 districts and 18 counties that make up the Southeast Region. Belpre City Schools was chosen as a top recipient in one of the nine categories of the Region Recognition Program. Many nominations were received this year. All are outstanding and deserve recognition. Congratulations Roger!


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From the Sports Desk 

Please check the BHS Sports Schedule page for announcements, schedule changes and additions.

Cray Sistrunk takes his place on the podium and is named Division III All-State 5th place in the 800 meter.
 
Mission Statement:
Belpre High School is committed to the belief that every individual is unique and is entitled to the fullest possible development of his or her abilities and talents.
   
The mission of BHS is to equip students with the knowledge and resources necessary to guide them toward becoming life-long learners and productive, responsible members in our diverse, global society.
   
Consequently, appropriate educational goals for students will be established and quality educational opportunities will be provided for each learner.
   
Partnerships will continue among the school, the home, and the community, with each segment understanding and accepting its responsibilities in relation to the mission.

 
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Grades 7-12  (423-3000) or email  the high school secretary, Julie Meredith
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