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Barnesville School of Arts & Sciences 2014-2015 Annual Report

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Barnesville School of Arts & Sciences Barnesville 2014-2015 Board of Trustees Executive Committee Jeff Donohoe Chair Jan Hyland 1st Vice-Chair Dawn Walton 2nd Vice-Chair Kevin Kelliher Treasurer Brett At-Large Kristen Waksberg At-Large John Huber Head of Cheryl Amick Paul Barker Kawaljit Lynn Brown Eric Cho Pamela Brian Hundertmark Erika Kontner Walter Kathy Noble Nicole Ostrander Navada Pleasants Stephen Polozie Albert Thompson Board Members Jaralyn Hough George Kephart Anne Pearce Eleanor Mackintosh Anne Tankersley Bazy Tankersley, Emeritus Board LETTER FROM THE HEAD OF SCHOOL In light of recent world events, we realize that our work here at the Barnesville School of Arts & Sciences has never been more important. Community values are the least measurable of our school's character- istics, but they are perhaps the most important. We are proud to stay grounded in a community that values social responsibility and the development of personal values. It is, after all, the "Barnesville Way". As an alumni parent, I can attest to how well prepared our students are to be global citizens. As we look to the future, I thank you for your loyalty and generosity in supporting the Barnesville School of Arts & Sciences. With much appreciation, Susanne Johnson Head of School DEAR BARNESVILLE COMMUNITY, It is with immense gratitude that I write this letter for our 2014- 2015 Annual Report. This is my fifteenth year in the Barnesville community, and I am always overwhelmed by the most gener- ous support of the school with time, talent and treasure. It is be- cause of this passion and dedication that our mission of Joy, Sup- port, and Excellence is very much alive and well at the school. I would like to thank those who continue to make Barnesville a priority in their lives and in their charitable giving. I have the pleasure of seeing how your gifts directly impact our students each and every day. It is through your support that we are able to recruit and retain exceptional faculty and staff committed to the cross-curricular nature of the school. Our teachers encourage students to explore how subjects relate to one another, helping them to make connections that spark inquiry and deepen un- derstanding. Your contributions truly bring to life the vision of being a school of Arts and Sciences.

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