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Mr. Jeff Ramnytz
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Mr. Henry Muren
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Criminal Science Technology Program News



Senior Criminal Science Technology student Paul Ogden took third place at the Skills USA Regional Criminal Justice Competition held at the Wayne County Schools Career Center on February 28th. Paul will now compete against 20 other criminal justice students from Ohio at the Skills USA State Competition to be held at the Columbus Convention Center in April.                 
Good luck Cadet Ogden!
 
U of A / BHS Collaboration

Students in Mr. Walker’s 10th grade U.S. History course participated in a mock election as a part of a project with students from The University of Akron College of Education. The BHS students were divided as Democrats and Republicans, based on an interest survey they took at the beginning of the unit that represented their political views. Each party researched three issues, and the presidents presented their viewpoints. Following the presidential speeches, each party had an opportunity to ask questions that were answered by the presidents and vice presidents for each party.

Representing the Republicans were Austin Norman (president), Brooklin Brown (vice president), Nic Ellebruch (president) and Celeste Smith (vice president). Representing the Democrats were: Benjamin Groom (president), Brianna Hanshaw (vice president), Jordan Davis (president) and Dayna Winn (vice president).

The audience was made up of BHS and UA students as well as BHS teachers who voted to determine who presented the strongest arguments. The winners from 6th period were Ben Groom (president) and Brianna Hanshaw (vice president). The winners from 7th period were Jordan Davis (president) and Dayna Winn (vice president).
 
U of A / BHS Collaboration



Jordan Davis, Dayna Winn, and Anthony Sickles, sophomores in Heather Weeks’’ CP English class, just finished reading All But My Life by Gerda Weissmann Klein, during reading workshop as a part of the collaboration with The University of Akron under the supervision of Dr. Hal Foster. UA senior, Tate Zepp, led students through reading, activities, and discussions centered around the book, which Klein’s memoir centered around her experiences during the Holocaust. A special ending to the unit provided the students with an opportunity to ask their own questions to Klein in a conference call.
 
First Place!



Congratulations to BHS Senior, Jillian Semonin, who placed 1st at HOSA competition in Home Health Aide. Jillian will be representing BHS and Advancement to Nursing in June in Anaheim, California for national competition!
 
DECA Honors


Congratulations to Ashley Cook and Katie Ebner for placing 4th in the State in Fashion Merchandising Promotion Plan and qualifying for DECA’s International Career Development Conference! 

Congratulations to Rylee Lappin, Justine Liddle, Daniel Sabljak, Skylar Shifferly, Katelyn Craft, Timothy Long and Cole Nichols for all placing TOP TEN in the state in their respective categories!
 
Top Honors for Business Management Students



The Administrative Support Team comprised of: Tempestt Rogers (BHS), Logan Seifert (BHS) Alex Seme (WHS) and Abby Tolson (WHS) placed FIRST IN THE STATE to qualify and represent Barberton High School at the BPA National Competition in Anaheim, CA in May. 



Three Business Management students also brought home state honors by earning TOP TEN OHIO medals: Taylor Ingham (NHS) in Fundamental Word Processing, Jordan Kimber (BHS) in Basic Office Systems, Connor Semonin (BHS) in Keyboarding.
 
Upward Bound Math/Science



Kent State University Upward Bound Math/Science Students from Barberton High School recently presented at KSU Neuroscience Showcase. BHS students presented on the Neuroscience of Addiction to other Upward Bound Math/Science Students from Northeast Ohio.
 
Bulldoze Bullying

BHS "Bulldoze Bullying" Mentors


Barberton High School Advancement to Nursing students Dorian Carter (Barberton High School), Sydney Neugebauer (Wadsworth High School), and Megan McCrosky (Barberton High School) with the volunteer help, Linda Lewis, Cameron Baker, Kylie Haynes and Rebecca Hosbach presented "Bulldoze Bullying" to the Barberton Middle School Students. The presentation also included speakers Ryan Madigan (Kickboxing Academy) and Missy McClain (Akron Children's Hospital).

After a kick off meeting with the middle school students in February, the Advancement to Nursing students requested volunteers to be mentors for the anti-bullying program. The goal of the program was to be a student led program for high school students to mentor middle school students; and, bridge the gap of transition from middle school to high school. On March 4th the High School student completed a seven hour training with Missy McClain. These High School students will meet with the middle school students last Monday of the every month at lunch. 

This project was completed with grant money and the support of Greta A. Lax, Center Director Akron-Region Interprofessional Area Health Education Center (ARI-AHEC), Adeola Olaoluwa NEOMED AHEC, and Missy McClain Community Program Education Coordinator School Health Services Akron Children's Hospital.
 
BHS Partnership



The Barberton High School Honors Anatomy and Physiology, AP Biology and Advancement to Nursing Anatomy and Physiology classes recently visited the Cleveland State Cadaver Lab. This unique opportunity coordinate by Cleveland State University professor, Dr. Su, and Barberton High School teacher, Dan Donnelly, provided the students from Barberton, Norton, Copley and Wadsworth the experience of a hands on application of classroom anatomy, physiology and medical terminology to the real world experiences.
 
Barberton Wrestling Updates

BHS WRESTLING


Javontae Henry

Coach Mariola


Congratulations to the Barberton High School Wrestling Team on another terrific season ending the year 14-6. They placed 2nd in the Cuyahoga Heights 12-team invitational, 4th in the 32-team Tri-Valley H.S. “Big Dawg Duals Meet” tournament. They finished 8th out of 15 teams in the Massillon Perry Sectional with 7 placers, 4 alternates and 1 Mentor District qualifier (Javontae Henry 160 lbs.)


Autumn Whitlatch

Kelcie Yanders


Congratulations to Kelcie Yanders and Autumn Whitlatch for placing in the Ohio State H.S. Girls Wrestling Tournament. Autumn placed 3rd and Kelcie placed 1st making her the first girls’ BHS State Wrestling Champion in the school’s history!

BHS Head Wrestling Coach Dave Mariola, in his 16th year at BHS, picked up his 208th career win this year making him #1 on all-time wins in the sport of wrestling at Barberton High School.

BMS WRESTLING


BMS OAC State Qualifiers and Alternates


Congratulations to the Barberton Middle School Wrestling Team for finishing 22-6 with a list of accomplishments.

Tournament Placing· Northwest – 3rd· Manchester – 2nd· Copley – 3rd· Springfield – 1st· Lake – 2nd· Massillon – 3rd· Ellet – 3rd· Coventry – 1st· Beachwood – 3rd

BMS will be sending 6 wrestlers to the OAC State Tournament March 26-27 at Covelli Center in Youngstown.
 
"Bulldoze Bullying"

Several Barberton High School students received training from Akron Children's Hospital's Missy McClain as part of the Bulldoze Bully program. This student lead program has Barberton High School students mentor Barberton Middle School students.
 
State Bound

BHS Career and Technical students competed in the Regional SkillsUSA at Wayne City Schools Career Center on February 28, 2015. SkillsUSA is a national Career Technical organization that showcases those students who excel in their fields of study.



We are proud to announce the following winners who will now go onto the state of Ohio competitions in April.

Front Row left to right: Job Demo Open 1st - Cole Collins, NHS from Adv to Nursing; Health Knowledge Bowl 2nd - Da'Vae Starks, CHS from Adv To Nursing; First Aide/CPR 1st - Rosie Kane, WHS from Adv To Nursing; Medical Terminology 2nd - McKayla Eberhardt, WHS from the Adv To Nursing; 

Second Row left to right : Basic Health Care 1st - Kellee Hudack, BHS from Adv To Nursing; Nursing Assisting 2nd - Katelyn Johnson, NHS from Adv To Nursing; Health Knowledge Bowl 2nd - Austin Lisowski, NHS, Helena Carlson, WHS, Emalie Shear, NHS from Adv To Nursing; Extemporaneous Speaking 1st - Rebecca Hosbach, BHS from Adv To Nursing.
 
BHS ACT Prep Schedule for April ACT Test
ACT Prep sessions will take place at Barberton High School after school in room A-150. Each session will last until approximately 3:15. Each week’s session will focus on one part of the ACT.

  • March 11th: ACT English Prep
  • March 18th: ACT Math Prep
  • March 25th: ACT Reading Prep
  • April 8th: ACT Science Prep
  • April 15th: ACT Writing Prep
  • Saturday April 18th: ACT Test

If you can’t attend an after-school session, but still want the prep materials, please see Mr. Andric.
 
College Credit Plus

From State Superintendent Dr. Richard A. Ross

As your child moves closer to high school graduation you are probably thinking about whether he or she will go to college. Will your son or daughter be prepared for higher education? Will you be able to afford it?

These are normal questions for parents to ask. We have good news that can help you answer them if you think college may be in your child’s future. Ohio’s College Credit Plus program offers students in grades 7-12 the chance to earn college credit from any Ohio public college or participating private college while earning high school credit for the same courses, if they qualify academically. If a student qualifies for College Credit Plus, all associated costs are free to students seeking credit from public colleges. There may be limited costs for students seeking credit from private institutions.


Click here for more information on College Credit Plus
 
Pleasant Pointe

Volunteers are needed at Pleasant Pointe daily from 5-7 pm to help in the dining room. Please call Pleasant Pointe and ask for Tanya at 330-848-5028. Please make sure you call in advance so that they can scheduled time for you to help.
 
2015 OHSAA Girls' State Basketball Tournament

Click here for the OHSAA Girls' Basketball Division I District Tournament Bracket.

The Barberton High School Varsity Girls' Basketball Team will play Green High School Thursday, February 26, 2015 in a OHSAA Girls Sectional Basketball Game at Barberton High School. Game Time is 7:00 pm and ticket prices are $6.00 for adults, $4.00 for students. Please come and cheer on the Lady Magics!
 
100% Pass State Tested Nursing Assistant Exam!!

Eighteen seniors from the Advancement to Nursing Program recently took their State Test Nurse Aide competency Exam. We had 100% pass this exam, which consisted of a written exam as well as skills testing.



Congratulations to all 18 seniors!
 
Learning to Launch 2015

Barberton High School sophomores and juniors can attend Hiram College for an Entrepreneurship Academy from May 26-29, 2015.  The cost is only $25!

Click here for a video with more information.

Click here for Registration. Registration Deadline is May 15, 2015.
 
Team Trevor Night
 
BHS offers Math and Science Tutoring

There will be Math and Science tutoring offered starting the week of November 17. This is tutoring for any math or science course students are taking at BHS.

Math - Mrs Cardinal in room 233 from 2:45-3:45 (Mondays and Wednesdays)
Science - Mrs. Walker in room 113 from 2:45-3:45 (Wednesdays)

Magic week times will be 3:15-4:15.
 
Hiram Genomics Camp


This summer 13 students from Barberton High School attend the Hiram Genomics camp lead by Brad Goodner, Professor of Biology. During camp the students learn many interesting things about Genomics and developed a taste for the college experience.

On October 10, 2014, Brad Goodner came back to Barberton High School to show the honors, biology, chemistry, and anatomy and physiology classes what Hiram Genomics camp is about. During the presentation students from the 2014 summer program shared some of their experiences with the class.

On May 26-29, 2015 Hiram will again host a Genomics camp with Brad Goodner leading the group. The Tuscora Park Foundation will again provide 20 Barberton High students with Scholarships to attend this unique opportunity for Barberton students in 2015. After talking with your science teacher, students can visit and register: http://www.hiram.edu/summerathiram/science/genomics-barbertonPlease submit one registration form per student. The registration fee is $25 for Barberton High School students who receive a Tuscora Park Foundation scholarship.

For other Hiram summer camp opportunities not supported by the Tuscora park Foundation Scholarship see http://www.hiram.edu/summerathiram.

 
BHS Cosmetology


The Cosmetology Department returning from the Primer Hair show in Columbus. The students are excited to share what they learned. The Cosmetology Department has 100% in job placement, every senior is currently working in a salon.

The BHS Cosmetology Department opens to the public at 11:45 am / Monday - Friday. The students are doing full salon services. Please call: 330-753-1084 ext 25309 for more information.
 
Bonnie Myers College Access Program


The Bonnie Myers College Access program at BHS consisting of students grades 10-12 visited Walsh University and The University of Akron. Students had the ability to tour both campuses, while having the opportunity to ask questions and seek information regarding campus life, available majors, etc. Students who participate in the program will continue to have opportunities to experience local college/universities. Monthly meetings will allow students to focus on ACT prep, financial aid packages/scholarships and other access information that will be benefit them in their college searches. For more information regarding the Bonnie Myers College Access program please see Mr. Hartzell or Mr. Andric.
 
2014-15 Barberton City Schools Quality Profile
Click here for the 2014-15 Barberton City Schools Quality Profile 
College/University Visits at BHS

Throughout the next several months representatives from a number of different colleges and universities will be visiting BHS during the lunch periods. This is a great time for students to ask questions, pick up information and start exploring their post high school opportunities. Representatives will be set up at a table in the commons. Please take a few minutes to stop by the table to speak with the admissions representatives. It could change your future and start you on your path to college. Click here for the College/University Visit Schedule.
 
ACT Test Dates in the U.S., U.S. Territories, and Canada


Test Date
Registration Deadline
(Late Fee Required)
September 13, 2014August 8, 2014August 9–22, 2014
October 25, 2014September 19, 2014September 20–October 3, 2014
December 13, 2014November 7, 2014November 8–21, 2014
February 7, 2015*January 9, 2015January 10–16, 2015
April 18, 2015March 13, 2015March 14–27, 2015
June 13, 2015May 8, 2015May 9–22, 2015

*No test centers are scheduled in New York for the February test date.
 
BHS Magic Time

During the 2014-2015 school year, the high school will be running an alternative schedule one week a month. We are doing this to give our teachers two hours of uninterrupted time to prepare for new common core curriculum and end of year exams that your child will be required to pass to graduate.

Click "Read More" for more information, the Magic Time Schedule, and new Graduation Requirements. 
 
Seven Easy Steps to the FAFSA


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Ramnytz's Rules
Class of 2015
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Listing of Scholarships
 
 
 Common Scholarship Application
Coming for the Class of 2016 next year!
 
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The tenth grade teams will be participating in the Acme Community Cashback Program again this year. Please save your Acme receipts that are dated 9/18/14-2/4/15 and give them to Mrs. Weeks (Team Magics), Mrs. Monk (Team Stars), or Mrs. Rockich (Team Purple).
 
Thank you in advance for helping us raise money for our teams!
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