Bataan students are inventors

Bataan Memorial Primary students in Mrs. Stephanie Kreilick’s created their own inventions and presented to Mrs. Lajti’s grade 5 classroom at Bataan Memorial Intermediate.  Pictured here making their presentation are grade 2 students Sarah Borton, Reilly Laird, Austin Weglick, and Clarissa Corona.  See more pictures on the school district website, under Photo Albums.


Bataan Intermediate students earn Reading Olympic medals

Bataan Memorial Intermediate students in Mrs. Karen Roberts classroom completed in the Reading Olympics. Medalists included, left to right: Anthony Aukerman, Ethan Luma, Kennedy Adkins, Zach Adkins, Ashton Fisher, Sydney Moore and Tegan Allison. Not pictured is Camden Riggs.

In keeping with the theme of the Winter Olympics, students in Mrs. Karen Roberts’ Grade four classroom at Bataam Memorial Intermediate School in Port Clinton just completed the Reading Olympics. Students followed the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics and took part in a reading challenge. Choosing from a list of books or selecting their own book in their reading level, students earned medals based on the number of pages they read. Gold medalists read over 1,000 pages in 17 days; Silver Medalists, 750 pages; and Bronze medalists, 500 pages in 17 days.  

Mrs. Roberts presented students completing the reading challenge with medals. Gold Medalists were Sydney Moore and Tegan Allison. Silver Medalists were Ashton Fisher and Camden Riggs. Bronze Medalists were Anthony Aukerman, Zach Adkins, Ethan Luma and Kennedy Adkins.


Bataan celebrates school day 100

Bataan Memorial Primary Elementary School celebrated the 100th day of school by dressing like they were 100 years old. Pictured here grade one students Ryan Madison, Olivia Spencer, Emily Boykin, and Steele Joseph with teacher Mrs. Nicole Heilmann.

Wednesday, Feb. 19, was day 100 of school at Port Clinton City Schools so grade one classrooms at Bataan Memorial Primary planned day 100 lessons. In addition to counting to 100 by 2’s, 5’s and 10’s, students and staff dressed like they were 100 years old. Throughout the day there were themed lessons and activities such as 100 phonic words using word families “hunks & chunks”, 100 Bear Olympic exercises, and reading “100 Days of School” by Mindy Pierce. Students enjoyed a special 100 day snack, spelling out the number 100 with oreos and crackers.

See the complete photo album at under the News or visit the Port Clinton City School District Facebook page.

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