The Barlow Varsity softball team, 2017 Class l State champions, will be receiving their championship rings this Friday, January 12th during half-time of the girls basketball game at Barlow … Come out and cheer on the Falcons and tell as many friends as possible … Game time is 7:00pm
Introducing the Joel Barlow Athletic Hall of Fame Class of 2017!!!
Jennifer Nixon Mathis
Kristen Brown Tartaglia
Democratic Town Committee Awards Presented at JBHS
The Joel Barlow High School 2017 Annual Awards Ceremony was held on June 1, 2017 on the campus. Representing the Redding Democratic Town Committee, Peter Bonfanti presented the three different awards to the students.
Alexandr Palvinski, a Junior, received the John Atwood Good Government Award. Amanda Spak, a senior, received the Dr. Hugh Claremont Science Award, and Rachel Wagner, a Junior, was awarded the Alvin Ruml Environmental Studies Prize.
Each recipient was awarded a copy of the biography Truman, about Democratic U.S. President Harry S. Truman, authored by David McCullough, and a one hundred dollar Amazon gift certificate.
JBHS Graduate Nick Nonnenmacher Wins Land Trust Scholarship
At the Joel Barlow High School Awards ceremony on Friday
evening, Nicholas Andreas Nonnenmacher was awarded the Redding Land Trust Scholarship Award. An outstanding scholar and swimmer, Nick has played many leadership roles at JBHS, including member of the Barlow Leadership Team and Integrity Club, and as guide for incoming freshmen, among other roles. He graduates with a Diploma of Distinction.
Awarded to a graduating senior who is interested in pursuing studies in the field of conservation, environmental studies, forestry or ecology, the Redding Land Trust recognition will help Nick explore options in all these fields at Middlebury College in Vermont.