Bath Elementary School

Revere Pride - Catch It!

  • Heritage Day

    Every year, our students immerse themselves in world cultures to

    experience and appreciate the customs, food, and beliefs of others.

    Thanks to our volunteers who make this event possible.



    Bath is a Fox 8 Cool School!




    What does it take to be a hero? It is not super powers or the ability to save the world.

    Sometimes, it is just being a great teammate.

    Working together is a big reason why Bath Elementary in Akron is this week's FOX 8 Cool School.

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    Charlize Gonzalez

    4th Grade

    Mrs. McKnight's Class  



    Charlize is a sweet, kind, and compassionate young lady who cares for her classmates. She is a quiet leader with a very strong work ethic. She is always prepared for class, goes above and beyond on her assignments and projects, and is very respect ful of her teachers and peers. Charlize is also admired for her impressive artistic talents.


    Charlize is a perfect example of what it takes to be a true Bath Team Hero! 

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    Tyler Frate

    5th Grade

    Mrs. Sterpka's Class 


    Tyler has been proudly nominated as our student of the month because of the many outstanding qualities he possesses. He afways displays responsibility, hard work , leadership skills and a positive attitude. He is organized, turns in his homework on time and strives for quality in his work. Tyler is involved in extracurricular activities such as football, baseball, and basketball. He maintains positive relationships with his peers and is respectful to all those around him. Tyler is absofutely deserving of the honor to be our student of the month. 

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  • math


    The 5th grade Bath Math Olympiad team has wrapped up their competition season. Congratulations to Nicky Ghiorgie for finishing in first place with a top score of 22 points!

    With scores of 21 points, are Rohan Dasanoor and Hank Gretter in a very close second place finish. In 3rd place with 20 points each are Tessa Milicia, Will Sibbald, and Vincent Willits. Tied for 4th place with 19 points each are Ben Boots and Kyle Molter. In 5th place with 18 points is Gabi Iler. And wrapping up the Top Ten with a 17-point finish is Ashley Gardner.

    Congratulations to the entire Math Olympiad team. We have a team score of 197 out of a possible 250 points. We will have to wait until the end of the school year to find out if we earned enough points be in the top ten percent of competing schools internationally to receive an award plaque.

    Great work!

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