Photo-Left to Right: Nicole Morgan, Katrina Richardson, Katie Ferguson
School Board Meeting at GBES
On November 3rd, Gordon-Barbour hosted the School Board meeting. During this meeting the chorus directed by Mr. Mastromarino performed "I Can Go The Distance", students recieved Citizenship and SOL 600 awards, along with some staff memebers recieved ABCD awards.
Chorus singing " I Can Go The DIstance"
Dezyire Alexander and John Mason Vines recieved "Character Counts Award".
Students recieved SOL 600 awards for getting a perfect score on their SOLs last year
Front- John Mason, Chayse, Abigail, Lucas, Canden, Gwen and Tanner
Second Row- Callie, Linzey, Gregoire,Sebastian, Walker and Delaney
Third Row-School Board Memebers
Teachers recieved ABCD awards
The Destination Imagination program encourages teams of learners to have fun, take risks, focus and frame challenges while incorporating STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics), the arts and service learning. Our participants learn patience, flexibility, persistence, ethics, respect for others and their ideas, and the collaborative problem solving process. Teams may showcase their solutions at a tournament.
Below you will find links with more information about forming a team. This program is open to all school age children.
Getting Started and Signing up.pdf
Rising Stars ages 4-7.pdf
Challenge Overview for ages 8 and up.pdf
Piedmont Dental Clinic will be visiting Gordon-Barbour Elementary on Friday, October 24th and will return in December and April. If you would like to sign your child(ren) please click on the link below for the forms.
Gordon-Barbour Elementary School
Grades K-5500 W. Baker St.Gordonsville, VA 22942Phone: 540-661-4500Toll Free: 866-803-8636Fax: 540-661-4499Cafeteria: 540-661-4498
Katrina Richardson, PrincipalEmail: firstname.lastname@example.orgPhone Extension: 2242
School Start Time: 8:25 AMSchool End Time: 3:03 PM
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Gordon-Barbour HistoryThe Gordonsville Female Institute was actually the first school built on the same site as the present facility; it was constructed in 1878 and was a girls' school. Orange County bought the building in 1910 and converted it in to a public school in 1914.
Originally known as Gordonsville High School, it housed both secondary and elementary school students. In 1952, the high school students were moved to Orange County High School and Gordonsville Elementary School served students in grades one through seven.
In 1965, that structure was razed and the present building was constructed; the elementary schools at Gordonsville and Barboursville were combined to form Gordon-Barbour Elementary School.