Join us for a special celebration!
over 2 years ago, Pam Hammond
Program announcement
Fourth grade Belpre Elementary students are helping prepare for our 2021 Veterans Day Drive-Thru on Wednesday, November 10th from 7:00-9:00 p.m. Please join us by driving through the horseshoe at Belpre Elementary Wednesday evening to experience this beautiful display honoring America's Veterans. Thank you for your service!
over 2 years ago, Lauren Keeling
BES 4th grade students help prepare decorations for our 2021 Veterans Day Drive-Thru on Wednesday, November 10th
BES 4th grade students help prepare decorations for our 2021 Veterans Day Drive-Thru on Wednesday, November 10th
BES 4th grade students help prepare decorations for our 2021 Veterans Day Drive-Thru on Wednesday, November 10th
Facilities Update: New bathroom stalls in all women's bathrooms on the High School Campus!!
over 2 years ago, Scott Trew
Bathroom Upgrades 1
Bathroom Upgrades 2
Belpre Elementary fourth grade students were up to the challenge of packing their pumpkins for the annual Pumpkin Drop! This group of super scientists had 15 minutes to use recyclable materials to try to protect the pumpkin from breaking on impact.
over 2 years ago, Lauren Keeling
Fourth grade students pack pumpkins in 15 minutes or less!
Fourth grade students pack pumpkins in 15 minutes or less!
Fourth grade students pack pumpkins in 15 minutes or less!
Fourth grade students pack pumpkins in 15 minutes or less!
Congratulations to BES third grade student Kayla Robinson for writing an award winning scary story! Kayla is the recipient of WMOA's Scary Story writing contest award, and spent an evening recording her work to air on the radio. We're so proud of Kayla's creativity!
over 2 years ago, Lauren Keeling
WMOA Scary Story Contest winner Kayla Robinson, 3rd grade student at BES, records her award winning story!
Congratulations Kayla!
Come out and support our BHS Boys Basketball team this season!
over 2 years ago, Haley Bonar
2021-2022 Schedule
Mr. Ryan Leasure’s Life Skills Training class includes workbooks to complete as the class progresses. The workbooks contain activities to go along with the class content. In hopes of encouraging student achievement in life skills training, cash prizes were awarded to the top three students who produced the best, most complete workbooks! Pictured above is our first place winner, Katherine Leiter. Her workbook was outstanding! Cash prizes were also awarded to the second and third place winners yesterday as well. All three students were thrilled about their rewards and proud of themselves for the accomplishment!
over 2 years ago, Samantha Knuchel
First and second place winners
Third place winner
We will be having a makeup OHSAA winter preseason meeting on 11/10/21 at 6:00pm in the BHS library. All parents and athletes who have not attended need to be there. This will be the last opportunity to attend for the winter season.
over 2 years ago, Haley Bonar
Congratulations to Belpre High School's November Students of the Month--Natalie Miller and Alex Gabbard!
over 2 years ago, Erica Wright
Congratulations, Alex!
November Students of the Month
Congratulations, Natalie!
The Post-School Readiness class enjoyed painting and setting up displays with the Holiday Lights Committee this morning and then spent the afternoon doing yard work for a wonderful elderly resident. The students took a lot pride in helping out today. Their next project is going to be raising money to provide appreciation baskets for nurses at local hospitals. If you’d like to donate to this project, please contact teacher Jen Wells at bc_jwells@belpre.k12.oh.us.
over 2 years ago, Erica Wright
Hard at work on Holiday Lights
Corey Harvey helping put up light displays
Maxwell Markham painting holiday lights displays
What a great group of kids!
Make sure to come out and show your support for our BHS Girls Basketball teams this season!
over 2 years ago, Haley Bonar
2021-2022 Schedule
Attention Belpre Families. The Pfizer vaccine is now approved for ages 5-11. There will be a shot clinic on Friday, November 12th at Belpre Elementary school for any families who wish to have their child receive the vaccine. This is an optional clinic and parents will need to be present to provide consent. If you are interested, please call or email Nurse Megan at 740-423-3010 or bc_mfreed@belpre.k12.oh.us by Tuesday, November 9th.
over 2 years ago, Megan Freed
On November 3rd, our 7th grade young men traveled to the Belpre Masonic Lodge for a two-hour retreat dedicated to supporting and teaching some of the important things to know when entering middle school. A small contingent of Belpre High School teachers, administrators, counselors and social workers accompanied the students to facilitate the retreat and engage in dialogue with them. Important topics such as maintaining personal space, appropriate peer relations and communication, online social media conduct, and protecting public property were covered. Special presentations were provided by Sgt. Joe Kirby of the Belpre Police Department and Washington County Probation Officer Brockmeier. The retreat concluded with a powerful motivational speech by Coach Jimmie Bell on how legacies are built through actions and attitudes. "Shoot Your Shot!!"
over 2 years ago, Samantha Knuchel
Coach Bell
Sergeant Kirby
Mr. Leasure doing activation exercises with the students
Probation Officer Brockmeier
We would like to invite our community to our Veterans Day Drive thru. This is our way of honoring our Veterans for all they have done and do for us every day for their many sacrifices for our freedom.
over 2 years ago, Robin White
Belpre Elementary Veterans Day Drive Thru
Don't forget! We will be hosting a Virtual Town Hall Meeting Wednesday, November 3, 2021, at 6:00 p.m. The meeting will be streamed on Facebook Live as well as our Youtube channel on this link https://youtu.be/a3BAGkJ7-OI. We're excited to spotlight upcoming events and share information regarding the New Facilities Master Plan currently under discussion and the High School after school program.
over 2 years ago, Pam Hammond
Virtual Town Hall Meeting Sign
Pride.
over 2 years ago, Belpre City Schools
band
Belpre High School cheerleaders helped put lights up this week!
over 2 years ago, Erica Wright
teamwork!
having fun getting ready for Christmas!
putting up the arches
putting up the decorations
The Pride of Belpre Marching Band would like to invite everyone to our Community Band night! This Friday, October 29th at 6:00 p.m. at the high school football field. The event is free but donations are welcomed. The band will be performing their state qualifying, award-winning show titled “Carry On.” The Pride of Belpre will be performing their show this Sunday, Oct. 31st at 5:00 p.m. In Dayton, Ohio at the OMEA Band State Finals. Come out on Friday for a great night of music and show your support to the members after all their hard work this season! See you Friday!!!!!
over 2 years ago, Belpre City Schools
Belpre City Schools is delighted to announce our continued collaboration with the Character Lab Research Network, headquartered in Philadelphia, PA. This continuing partnership has already yielded excellent data to help us hear and understand our students' opinions, ideas, and habits. There will be a Research Activity Launch on Thursday, October 28th during 5th period. During this time, all of our available 7th through 12th grade students will have an opportunity to participate in an online, 30-minute research activity. The questions for this activity have been pre-screened and approved by CLRN staff and BCS staff. However, should any parent or student wish to opt-out, the following opt-out link has been provided by the Character Lab Research Network: https://tinyurl.com/characterlaboptout Please remember that this activity is voluntary, and your student can discontinue the activity at any time, even if they start the activity. The results provided by this activity will be made available online later this fall. Previous results from 2020-2021 have been shared with the BCS School Board during public meetings, and remain available online for comparison.
over 2 years ago, Samantha Knuchel
Character Lab Research
Cross Country Community Service Today the Belpre High School Cross Country team joined the hard-working men of the Holiday Lights Committee to set up the display at Howes Grove Park. The team really enjoyed helping out and gained a greater appreciation for the amount of time and work that goes into this wonderful holiday tradition.
over 2 years ago, Pam Hammond
Student volunteers Holiday lights
Student pounding stakes
Student pounding stakes
Students setting up light display