STABLE TALK News from the Campus of Barnwell High School

Friday, October 24, was a busy day on the BHS campus with several events taking place for students.
First of all, seniors were given the opportunity to participate in the college application day. Then, during both lunches, all students could receive a "Proud To Be Drug Free" bracelet by signing the drug-free pledge. At the end of the day, students who had not been tardy to any of their classes during the first quarter were allowed to participate in the first quarter tardy party.
The Warhorse Football Team also hosted Ridgeland-Hardeeville in a key region match-up on Friday evening.
Congratulations to the following members of the BHS family:
• Sophomore Dayla Williams was recognized as the local winner in the "Texting and Driving: It Can Wait" essay contest. For this honor she received a $25 Visa card as well as the opportunity to compete at the state level.
• Senior Lance Kinard was named as Barnwell High's school winner in the Wendy's Heisman Award Program. In 1994 the Wendy's High School Heisman was created to honor high school student athletes, and each fall the program recognizes high school seniors for excellence in academics, athletics and community service.
• Senior Reagan Guest was selected to play in the 2014 South Carolina Coaches Association North-South All Star Football game. The game will be played December 13, 2014, at Myrtle Beach High School. Reagan is the only player from our region and one of only five AA players to make the South roster.
• Juniors Kelsey Peay and William Epperson were named as the Rotary Club's October Students of the Month.
• Freshmen Kimberly Zorn and Seth Pritchard were chosen as the Rotary Club's Students of the Month for November.
• Two BHS faculty members have attained full funding for their Donor's Choose projects. Media Specialist Kelly Tarlton's project will provide a copier for the work room in the media center. Art Teacher Mary Fleetwood's project will provide art supplies for a classroom unit pertaining to Monet and other impressionist artists.
• Art Teacher Mary Fleetwood has also received a $1,000 grant from Walmart and the Sam's Club Community Grant Program. This grant money will help purchase new tables and chairs for the art room at BHS.
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