History of Beverly Public School
1882 - Public School Opened (3 months/term)
1898 - Present 4 front rooms.
1904-05 - First Class (Latin/Algebra)
1906 - English I
1909 - First year in Sophomore Class
1913 - First two year commencement
1916 - First three year commencement
1922 - Back part of old building added.
1923 - Addition fell in (Classes farmed out)
1924 - First four year commencement
1925 - 1926 First Basketball Team
1925 - Rohrbaugh Hall used for gym until 1953
1929 - PTA Organized
1936 - School Lunch - WPA
1937 - First Honor Roll
1938 - Hi-Y and Tri Hi-Y organized.
1939 - School Student Council Organized. School Lunch Closed
1940 - 6-6 Plan - 1 Principal. - 5 H.S. Teachers - 3 Elem. Teachers (Beaver Creek & Hazelwood consolidated)
1941 - National Honor Society Organized
1943 - Park School Consolidated - 4 elementary teachers
1947 - 5 elementary teachers (4th grade at Hazelwood)
1947 - School Lunch started on Strader Property
1949 - First Yearbook - Wildcat
1953 - Mt. Vernon & White added - 6 elem. & New Building erected - Gym used
1954 - 6 High School Teachers, School Lunch closed and reopened in New Building
1955 - Key Club Organized
1966 - The last graduating class of Beverly High School
1967 - Present Beverly Elementary School
Citizens Bank of West Virginia
Armstrong World Industries
Organizations & Activities
Parent Teacher Organization
Local School Improvement Council
All of these organizations work to make our school a great place
PArent Teacher Organization
The Beverly Elementary School PTO is an extremely active organization. This organization supports the mission and goals of our 21st Century Learning Project and Innovation Zone.
Library & Media
Our library is currently being reorganized and all of our books are being cataloged to maximize student use of the online Accelerated Reader Program at school. We will be working on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 11:00 over the summer to get our entire library cataloged prior to the beginning of the 2014-15 school year. We would like for people to help with this task. If you are interested, please call the school or e-mail Mr. Zickefoose with details of our scheduled work days.