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    Bath Elementary Groundbreaking
    Friday, April 27
    1:30 p.m.
    (Behind Current Bath Building)
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  • Future Math Olympians


    On April 18th, Ms. Coen’s Gr. 4 Advanced Math Class and Future Math Olympians competed in the Spring Noetic Learning Math Contest.


    Noetic Learning is a national mathematics contest for elementary and middle school students. The goal of the competition is to encourage students' interest in math, to develop their problem solving skills, and to inspire them to excel in math.


    Top Scorers:

    1st Place 95% - Tessa Milicia

    2nd Place 90% - Rohan Dasanoor, Payton Holmes, Gabi Iler, James Perry, amd William Sibbald.

    3rd Place 85% - Andrew McBennett and Vincent Willits.


    The combined scores of the Top Six class winners create the team score of 545 out of a possible 600 points. During a May award ceremony, the winner and top finalists will receive medals and all participants will receive award certificates. Congratulations to everyone on the team for your hard work and math enthusiasm!


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  • organizes the annual Hour of Code which is a global campaign, engaging students to expand their knowledge in a straightforward, intuitive manner. Bath Elementary students quickly discovered how easy and fun it is to code!

  • Students of the Month 


    Addie Iacona

    4th Grade

    Mrs. Gergely’s Class



    Addie is a wonderful representative of a Bath School Hero. Addie is kind, compassionate, and helpful to others. She comes to class with a smile on her face every day and an enthusiasm for learning.


    She is responsible and hardworking, and always puts others' needs before her own. Addie is a great role model for her peers both in and out of the classroom. I have no doubt she will go on and do BIG things in the future. Keep up the great work, Addie!

    Christian Albers

    5th Grade

    Mrs. Jacoby’s Class



    Christian is a role model for all of our students. Christian arrives to school with a smile and a warm hello. He is kind and fair with his peers and very respectful towards the staff.


    Organization? Well, he is strong in that area, too! Christian remembers all of his work, supplies and books when he enters the classroom, records homework in his planner and keeps his work in his binders.


    One responsibility he has is to help the custodian with recycling and trash on a daily basis. I am happy to say that he is a great all-around student at Bath Elementary! 


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