Barnesville Schools uses the online OneView system as a one-stop location for parents to connect with the school, update information, and fill out electronic forms. Parents of current preschool students who will be attending kindergarten next year will need to set up an account, or add your child to an existing account if you already have children in our school district.
For A New Account:
Go to the Barnesville Schools website: www.bevsd.org
Hover on Parents & Students.
Click on OneView.
Click on “Create a New Account.”
You will be taken to a page where you will create an account by providing your name, email address, account login id, password, forgot password question, forgot password answer, and a pin code. Then click on “Register & Begin” to get started.
Adding a New Student to an Existing Account:
If you have other students in our school district, please link your child to your existing account.
On the Dashboard, Click on Enroll New Student(s).
Click on the blue “Enroll a New Student” button.
Fill in First Name, Last Name, Date of Birth, and Enrolling Grade.
Click on “Begin New Enrollment.”
Under Part One: Student Information: be sure to choose Next School Year for the “Enrollment is for” question.
For Updates Only:
If you only need to update registration information, please follow the steps below.
Go to www.bevsd.org.
Click on Parents & Students.
Login with username and password.
On the Dashboard, select “Submit & View Online Forms.” Then select “Student Demographics EMA.” Complete the updates and then select “Save and Submit to District.”
Complete updates for any other previously registered child.
If you have any questions, or would like help with this process, please contact Lynn Spiczenski by calling 425-3615 extension 3001, or stop in the Central Office.
Fair/Extended Absence Forms
Fair and extended absense forms are available for download.
Click here for the fair absense form.
Click here for the extended absense form.
2017-18 Student Accident Insurance Plans
Guarantee Trust Life is offering accident insurance to all students enrolled at Barnesville Schools. The plans provide benefits to help meet the cost of medical and hospital expenses. Click here for more information and pricing.
2017-18 School District Calendar
Click here to download
Middle School Supply Lists 2017-18
The supply lists for the middle school are available for download here.
Elementary School Supply Lists 2017-18
The supply lists for the elementary school are available for download here.
Updated Calendar of Events for the High School
There is an updated calendar of events available for the high school. It is available for download here.
ZPass Utilization Engagement Campaign
See the link below for information on the ZPass Utilization Engagement Campaign.
Barnesville Exempted Village Schools Parental Notice
The asbestos containing materials management plan has been updated for the Barnesville Exempted Village School District by a state of Ohio accredited asbestos management planner. The management planner, Monit-Air Group Inc. inspected all the districts buildings for asbestos containing materials in accordance with the Asbestos Hazard Emergency Response Act (AHERA). This notice is to let you know that Barnesville Exempted Village School District is in compliance with the AHERA regulations for asbestos containing materials. AHERA regulations require the school district to notify parents, teachers, staff and administrators of the management plan and that it is available for public inspection and review at the offices of the Barnesville Exempted Village Schools Board of Education during normal business hours. This plan is to be made available for inspection, without cost, within a reasonable period of time upon receiving a request for inspection. Copies of the management plan are available, at cost, from the District Board of Education office upon written request.
Crisis Text Line
Crisis Text Line provides free support at your fingertips, 24/7. It is a free, confidential service available via text on mobile devices. It is intended to broaden the options available through current community crisis hotlines. Crisis Text Line's goal is to move people from a hot moment to a cool calm. To get started text 4HOPE to 741741. This is a free service provided to Ohio by the Ohio Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services (OhioMHAS). Click here for more details.