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  • Sophia Tabbaa Memorizes 241 Digits of Pi


    Congratulations to Ms. Coen’s 4th grade math class who celebrated a belated Pi Day by having a contest to see who could memorize the most digits of the never-ending ratio Pi.

    Eddie Liu, Elina Lee, Kavana Lokesh, and Anant Adury recited 40 or more digits of Pi. Sam Albert and Camryn Bir knew up to 70 digits, however, the battle between Neal Pannala and Sophia Tabbaa stole the show. Both recited 143 digits last week and came back after the weekend to recite 200 or more. Sophia Tabbaa has been declared the winner knowing a grand total of 241 digits of Pi. Well done!

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  • Top Ten Bath Math Olympiad Winners


    The final Math Olympiad test is over, and the results are in.

    Finishing in 1st place with 22 out of a possible 25 points is this year’s Bath Math Olympiad winner, Zach Iler from Ms. Coen’s advanced math class.  In 2nd place with 19 points is Shane Yankovitz.  In 3rd place with 18 points each are Ty Muehlfeld and Leah Valentine.  

    Rounding out the final Top Ten winners are: Ava Slaby, Tyse Milicia, Katie Nowakowski, Nana Kyei, Andy Long, Daniel Choi, Fuma Kundo, and Heidi Tucker. These winners will be recognized at a Revere Board of Education meeting and the entire team will be introduced at the 5th grade assembly on the last day of school when certificates, patches, pins, and trophies will be awarded.


    Congratulations to the entire Math Olympiad team!

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    Two of our Bath 4th grade students, Anant Adury and Neil Pannala, participated in the Canton Scholastic Chess tournament on Saturday, February 25. In their age group,  Anant placed second with a score of 3.5 out of 4 and Neal placed first with a score of 4 out of 4. 

    Even though they only had 2 competitors on their team, Anant and Neil represented Bath School and competed in the 3 person team event as well. Despite only having 2 players, Anant and Neil finished in second place. That is quite an accomplishment! The boys earned a trophy that will be on display for a few days in Mrs. Coen’s class before being placed in our Bath School trophy case. Congratulations Anant and Neil. You are both great examples of Bath Team Heroes!

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    Our 5th grade students will be immersed in  a variety of STEM  activities this year, with a major unit focusing on robotics. Our students and staff are very excited to use the Project Lead the Way curriculum. They will begin learning  how robots are currently being used in many occupations today. Throughout the unit, they will be required to work as teams to carefully read directions, assemble two basic robots, test a variety of functions, program them to complete a task, and problem solve when necessary. Throughout the unit, the 5th graders will be learning and practicing the” 4 C’s” and use their Creativity, Communication, Collaboration, and Critical Thinking skills to solve a variety of tasks.

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  • Students of the Month!

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  • 5K & Fun Run

    REVERE MENTAL HEALTH & SUBSTANCE ABUSE AWARENESS 5K AND FUN RUN Sunday, April 30, 2017 12-4 p.m. Revere High School 3420 Everett Road -- Richfield 44286 $15 for Adults/$10 for Children Ages 6-13/ Children 5 and Under are Free Registration Fee Includes T-Shirt and Drawstring Bag Register Online Registration Deadline is April 19 to Guarantee T-Shirt Same Day Registration Accepted (No Credit Cards) For Additional Information email Sponsored By: Revere Schools and Revere Community C.A.R.E.

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