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Barnesville School Magazine Winter 2014

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Barnesville School Magazine Table of Contents Letter from the Editor. . . . . . . . 1 Barnesville's Legacies . . . . . . . . . 3 Farewell, Mrs. Smith . . . . . . . . . . 6 Upcoming Events . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 Class Notes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 Alumni Update Form . . . . . . . . . 10 Barnesville School Magazine Head of School John Huber Dir. of Institutional Advancement Susanne Johnson Dir. of Communications & Marketing Kristen S. Carter Editor Caitlyn Walters The Barnesville School Magazine is published by the Offices of Communications & Marketing and Institutional Advancement twice a year for alumni, parents, and friends of the Barnesville School of Arts & Sciences. The Barnesville School seeks diversity in all catagories of employment and enrollment. Individuals are treated without discrimination based on age, color, creed, nationality, physical disability, race, sex, sexual orientation, or on the basis of any other characteristics protected by federal, state or local law. 1 Letter From T he Barnesville School of Arts & Sciences has been quite busy since the last issue of the Barnesville School Magazine reached your mailboxes. On September 4, we welcomed our students back for a new year and we have been on the go ever since. In October, the Barnesville boys' soccer team finished second in the MJAC Championship game after a very successful season. In addition, our girls' cross country team brought home the second place trophy at the MJAC X-C Championship Meet, while the boys' team placed third! Also in October, Barnesville held its 13th annual Barnesville Basement sale. It was so great to see many of you return to campus to donate your gently used goods. This event really connects Barnesville with the surrounding community and we are so appreciative that our alumni families continue to support that effort. Later that week, our students participated in our annual Walk for the Homeless, which was followed – as is tradition – by the Halloween Parade. The Walk for the Homeless supports the Frederick Rescue Mission in Frederick, MD. The students raised almost $3,000 this year! In November, Barnesville students took time out to remember those who have served in the military with our annual Veterans' Day ceremony. Each student makes a contribution to Fischer House, an organization that helps the families of injured or ill service men and women be closer to their loved ones while they receive treatment. The students also place an American flag in front of the School to honor those who have served. First day of school Cross Country Team Boys' Soccer Team

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