Many thanks to our senior student council members for supporting Belpre Holiday Lights by volunteering in the "Gingerbread House" donation booth!
This week in athletics! Monday 12/20/21-BHS Girls Basketball/BJHS Girls Basketball (8th only) vs. South Gallia (away), BJHS Boys Basketball/BJHS Cheer vs. South Gallia (home) Tuesday 12/21/21-BHS Boys Basketball/BHS Cheer vs. Southern (home) Wednesday 12/22/21-BHS Girls Basketball vs. Unioto (away) Thursday 12/23/21-BHS Girls Basketball vs. Danville (away) Friday 12/24/21-No Events (Winter Break) Saturday 12/25/21- No Events (Winter Break)
Our Kids on Campus After-School program wrapped up the first semester with a celebration and big plans for the new year. They made pizzas for their families and had some fantastic gift card giveaways. Sophomore Adam Stone won a $100 gift card for participating in the program the most days. Congratulations, Adam! (And Mom said the pizza was delicious!) Students interested in joining the program can pick up an application from the high school or Lawton office.
Welcome to Mr. Lang’s geometry class. Today the students are using the knowledge that they have gained this semester to build bridges out of pop cycle sticks. The experiment is to test which geometric shape will support the most weight.
The McNabb-Engle duo at Belpre Middle School were champions on "Dress Like a Christmas Tree" day!
Candy canes and gum drops make building delicious! Belpre Elementary Kindergarten students and their families worked together to build gingerbread houses too cute to eat. Sweet work, everyone!
The future Pride of Belpre put on a fantastic show during the BES Fifth and Sixth Grade Band Concert! Congratulations to our students for their hard work - we are so proud of them!
Belpre Elementary PTO's Secret Santa Shop opens tomorrow - Monday, December 13! Our dedicated PTO parents will help your child pick out gifts for family, friends, and pets in a specially designed shop just for kids! Please make sure your child's shopping money is in a labeled, sealed envelope or baggie. Also, if your kiddo wants to shop for someone specific, please stick a note in the envelope or baggie to let our shopping helpers know how to help your student. Shopping experiences are scheduled for your child on the following special days: Sixth and Fifth Grade Students - during scheduled Library special Fourth, Third, Second, First, and Kinder students - during scheduled Music special
This week in athletics! Monday 12/13/21- No events Tuesday 12/14/21- BHS Boys Basketball/BHS Cheer vs. Federal Hocking (away) Wednesday 12/15/21- No events Thursday 12/16/21-BHS Girls Basketball/BJHS Girls Basketball vs. Southern (away), BJHS Boys Basketball/Cheer vs. Southern (home) Friday 12/17/21- BHS Boys Basketball/BHS Cheer vs. Wellston (home), Saturday 12/18/21- BHS Boys Basketball/BHS Girls Basketball vs. Clay (away)
Kindergarten students at Belpre Elementary had visions of sugarplums dancing in their heads after a magical trip to enjoy a performance of The Nutcracker in Marietta. We'd like to extend a special thank you to the dancers and staff with the Mid-Ohio Valley Ballet Company for working to make this performance available to our students!
The sounds of the season are echoing through the building at Belpre Elementary School! Our fifth and sixth grade band students are working hard to prepare for their Christmas Concert on Thursday, December 9th at 7:00 p.m. We hope to see our fifth and sixth grade band families there!
Sixth grade students at BES get in the Christmas spirit by decorating the classrooms. We're thankful for this jolly bunch of ladies and gentlemen!
This week in athletics! Monday 12/6/21- BHS Girls Basketball vs. Eastern (away), BJHS Boys Basketball vs. Eastern (home) Tuesday 12/7/21- HOME OPENER- BHS Boys Basketball/BHS Cheer vs. Warren (home) Wednesday 12/8/21- No events Thursday 12/9/21- BHS Girls Basketball/BJHS Girls Basketball vs. Waterford (home) Friday 12/10/21- BHS Boys Basketball/ BHS Cheer vs. Trimble (home) Saturday 12/11/21- BHS Girls Basketball vs. South Point (home)
Reserved seating is here in the BHS Gym for all Winter sporting events! Check out the informational flyer for pricing and instructions on how to order. This is a great way to pack the gym for our athletes and support the BHS Athletic Department. Go Eagles!
MITCH FREELS TO RETIRE! MITCH FREELS HAS BEEN THE DAYTIME CUSTODIAN AT BELPRE HIGH SCHOOL CAMPUS FOR MANY YEARS; HE STARTED WORKING FOR BELPRE CITY SCHOOLS IN 1992, AND WILL BE RETIRING LATER THIS MONTH WITH 30 YEARS OF DEDICATED SERVICE! THE STUDENTS HONORED MITCH AT A RECENT ASSEMBLY AND PRESETNED HIM WITH A SKETCH OF THE SCHOOL. BELPRE HIGH SCHOOL STAFF AND STUDENTS THANK YOU FOR YOUR DEDICATION, YOUR FRIENDLY SMILE AND FOR ALWAYS BEING SO HELPFUL; WE WILL MISS YOU AND WISH YOU A LONG AND HAPPY RETIREMENT!
Welcome to Miss Chesser freshman science class. This week the students have been learning about potential and kinetic energy. They are using that knowledge to build a roller coaster out of paper. This is a great example of project based learning. Well done!
Hello Belpre Elementary families. Those children ages 5-11 who received their COVID vaccine at our last clinic will be able to receive their second dose this Friday, Dec 3rd at Belpre Rite Aid during the hours of 3-5, no appointments needed. Any questions please call Nurse Megan at 740-423-3010.
BELPRE PERFORMING ARTS CONCERT: Congratulations to our performing arts students in grades 7th through 12th tonight. They entertained parents and community members in wonderful fall and Christmas music. Performing under the direction of our great director Mr. Bill VanPelt, the marching band, concert band, hand bells and our choir showed their great talent. Thanks to all for a great kick off to the Christmas Season.
Girls Basketball program Over the month of November, Belpre High School Girls Basketball ran four youth clinics in coordination with the Belpre Youth League Girls Basketball. Bridges were built between the current and future Golden Eagles, leadership skills were developed with our Varsity student athletes as they assisted in the development of the little eagles. Each Sunday averaged close to twenty participants and featured plenty of growth on the court, a healthy dose of fun, and a focus on sharing wisdom as the Varsity student athletes shared their experiences with their first games of the season, what it takes to be a Golden Eagle and some deep dives into philosophies being taught at the top tier like Ubuntu. The Belpre Junior High Girls Basketball team even got in the action one Sunday, giving our Varsity squad a breather and brought their own enthusiasm and passion for the game. Together we soar.
Come out and support our performing arts programs tomorrow night at their winter concert. It will begin at 7:00pm in the BHS gym.