GBES 5th grade Students Finish DARE Program
On January 22, Gordon-Barbour 5th graders completed the DARE program with Deputy Harner. Each student received a certificate and DARE goodie bag. GBES would like to thank Deputy Harner for working with our students.
GBES Chorus Winter Concert
On Tuesday, December 9, 2014, Gordon-Barbour's chorus performed their Winter Concert led by Mr. Mastromarino. The children sang a collection of songs featured in Disney's hit movie "Frozen". Mr. Mastromarino would like to thank parents for purchasing poinsettias, Gordon-Barbour staff that stayed to help set up and a big thank you to Mrs. Salmon for giving up time after school to help create and design the set.
Pictured above (l to r) Dezyire Alexander, Vivian Kestner and Katie Shipp performing their solos in the song " Do you want to Build a Snowman". Priyah Bradley also had a solo in " Love is an Open Door"(not pictured)
Gwen Lumsden performing "Jingle Bells" on the piano.
Gordon-Barbour Elementary School received the 2014 Math and Science Educational Alliance Grant in the amount of $500.00 from the local Mighty Mart, Exxon located on James Madison Highway in Gordonsville. This is the third year that Gordon-Barbour Elementary School has been awarded this grant. We are grateful for this grant and the continued community support.
Photo-Left to Right: Nicole Morgan, Katrina Richardson, Katie Ferguson
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: email@example.comPhone 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.