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Science Fair 2017

9th & 10th Grade - 84 projects
1st - Rawlin Barber and Briah Kerns - Effects of Cell Phones on Reaction Time
2nd - Ryleigh Barrett and Halle Richards - Stroop Effect:  Male vs Female 
3rd - Makaylee Deaton - Gummy Bears
4th - Emily Anderson and Bailey Miller - Decomposition 
5th - Maddie Roby and Amber Piggott - Neurology of Gaming 
6th - Lydia Arnett and Jeremiah Weaver - Electrolytes Challenge 
7th - Foster Brand and Gabe Vega - The Best Type of Insulating Cup 
8th - Fath Adkins and Madison Blair - Does Music Manipulate Your Perception? 
9th - Hanna Richards and Danielle Sistrunk - Got Milk? 
10th - Austin King and Kody Koon - Video Games and Emotions 
HM - Cloey Banks and Skylar Scarberry - Corn Starch Plastic 
HN - Isabella Gilbert and Paige Gilliam - Chicken vs Chicken 
11th  & 12th Grade - 32 projects 
1st - Monique Murphy and Elizabeth Spindler - In Living Color 
2nd - Katie Osburn and Olivia Secrest - An Acidic Eggs-periment 
3rd - Kayla Arthurs - Attack of Cabbage Clones 
4th - JR Pierce - Clean Pasta 
5th - Jevin White - Does the Color of an Inkblot Affect What We Perceive? 
HM - Jacob Davis and Tyler Roberts - How Horror Affects Heart Rate 


Student of the Month
Congratulations to our students of the month!

On Display at the Parkersburg Art Center
Take time to visit the Parkersburg Art Center and see the art work of Mr. Stevens' art students! So much talent! Eagle Pride!
The Young Entrepreneur's Club
The Young Entrepreneurs Club of BHS attended the Ohio Educational Technology Conference Trade Show, February 8th, at the Columbus Convention Center.  The students went to gain knowlege of how to set up a vendor show and pitch a product.  This trip included a follow up at Ohio State University to meet with the Fischer School of Business Entrepreneur Team.  In all, it was a great day in Columbus for the Young Entrepreneurs!

 Plummer and Myers Take A First       FFA WEEK 2017 
Out of 35 teams in the FFA Nursery and Landscape competition, Washington County Career Center FFA Team finished first in the State! Our own Chris Myers and Drew Plummer were members of that team. This is an educational activity that teaches students to identify various horticulture plants, insects and diseases that affect the nursery and landscape industry. Drew and Chris, through testing, have both certified to become Ohio Certified Landscape Technicians. Chris also received the Phil Kozel Memorial Scholarship given to college students and FFA students pursuing a major in landscape, nursery production or related horticulture subject areas at a two or four year institution upon graduation from high school. Way to Go guys!!

Cheyenne Barker Student Athlete of the Week
Cheyenne Barker Interview- Click the link below 
Notice: Parents of children entering 7th and 12th grade for 2017-2018
The Ohio Department of Health has revised the immunization requirements for school attendance for the upcoming 2017-2018 school year.
In addition to all previously required immunizations, students entering the 7th grade will now be required to have the following immunizations:
1. One booster dose of Tdap vaccine
2. One dose of meningococcal vaccine
In addition to all previously required immunizations, students entering the 12th grade will now be required to have one dose of the meningococcal vaccine, given on or after the student's 16th birthday.
Parents must provide the school with their child's updated immunization record before the beginning of the 2016-2017 school year. As per Ohio Revised Code, students may not attend school until this requirement is met. Please send this documentation to the school nurse as soon as possible.
If you have any questions or concerns contact Nurse Robbin at 740-423-3010.

Kapple, A True Artist!
Belpre Sophomore Abbee Kapple plays her cello in a performance at Grand Central Mall on December 10, 2016.  Abbee is an accomplished singer and musician; in addition to the cello, she plays piano, ukulele, guitalele, guitar, flute, and handbells.  She loves music and says people often do not realize the scope of her musical interests. 

Click the link below to see Daisy Cowdery,WTAP Student Athlete of the Week
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
Aric Ross and Sydnee Foster

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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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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