Barnesville School of Arts & Sciences

Winter 2019 Alumni Magazine

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INTERVIEW OF BARBARA STULL: WHAT IS YOUR FAVORITE MEMORY OF BARNESVILLE? My favorite memory of Barnesville is when I was in 7th grade. My chorus group was invited to sing for President Clinton at the White House at Christmas time. He posed for a picture with us and we were able to tour the Christmas decorations in the White House. It was a really unique experience that I always think about during the holidays. WHY DID YOU DECIDE TO SEND CIENNA TO THE SAME SCHOOL YOU ATTENDED? I decided to send Cienna to Barnesville because for me, it is more than a school. Barnesville is an experience. It is hard to find a better community or a more caring staff. Barnesville instills values and focuses on character qualities that I value as a parent. IS THERE ANYTHING YOU WANT TO SHARE ABOUT HOW YOU ALL FEEL ABOUT CIENNA'S GRADUATION IN THE SPRING? Cienna's graduation this spring is bittersweet. I am proud of the young lady she has become and I know Barnesville has prepared her for high school. I am sad that she has to leave her small setting and all of the caring staff at Barnesville. Two Generations of The Barnesville Way Cienna, Class of 2019, is the daughter of Barbara Stull, Barnesville Class of 1999. Both attended Barnesville for preschool through eighth grade. Cienna will be the first second-generation graduate of The Barnesville School!

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