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Barberton Sends SIX teams to State Competition!Read More ▸
Barberton Sends SIX teams to State Competition!
Thinking Outside the Valentines Box at Barberton Elementary West
Valetntines
BEW K-KidsThe K-Kids Club at Barberton Elementary West made and sold homemade scarves to raise money for the Limitless Playground being built at McCafferty Park in Barberton.
Scarves
DO YOUR JOB!Barberton Preschool students and Mr. Ramnytz.
Preschool Students
CONGRATULATIONS OBY PERDUE!Third Place in America's Favorite Crossing Guard Contest
Oby Perdue
IT IS COOL 2 BE KIND!BHS and BMS Cool 2 Be Kind Club Members.
Cool 2 Be Kind
BEE SCIENCE CLUBBarberton Elementary East students engineered catapults after studying physics.
Science Club
BEW presents "The Big Chill."
Choir
BEE Safety PatrolBarberton Elementary East’s Safety Patrol Team 1 reporting for duty. Fourth graders help before and after school with students entering and leaving the building by holding doors, leading lines, and reminding students to use Level 0 voices in the hallways. They also help tremendously during Magic Time.
Safety Patrol
Barberton City Schools, University of Akron announce cybersecurity partnership!Click Read More for the Ohio.com article. Read More ▸
Cyber Security
CONGRATULATIONS!Congratulations to the cast and crew of Music Man Jr. at Barberton Middle School. Bravo!
Music Man Jr.
BARBERTON ELEMENTARY EAST"Start with Hello"
BEE Sandy Hook Start with Hello
100 Days at BEW!Mr. Wachsberger's second grade class celebrated the 100th day of school by making 100th Day hats.
100 Hats
BEE SCIENCE CLUBBarberton Elementary East students are using engineering skills (problem solving, planning, teamwork) to create marble runs using recycled materials.
Science Club
PRESCHOOL VISITBarberton Preschool students had a visit from the Barberton Fire Department!
Fire Visit

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