Barberton Elementary – East
292 Robinson Avenue
Barberton, OH 44203
Main Office: 330-745-5492
Main Office Fax: 330-745-8378

Welcome to Barberton Elementary East
 
Ms. Kim Buehler
Principal
 
 
Mrs. Shelia McGhee
Interim Associate Principal smcghee@barbertonschools.org
 
Eastside Players Drama Club Present Snow White
Barberton Elementary East News
History Tour

 
The third grade students, from Barberton Elementary East, enjoyed a historical tour around Barberton. The students went to the police station, Mayor's office and the library's historical room.
 
Mineral Study at BEE



Mrs. Norris’ third graders are investigating minerals during their hands-on science lesson at Barberton Elementary School East. Students examined all of the properties of each mineral. In their next unit, they will be comparing properties of the three different types of rocks.
 
BEE Clean Up!

Students in Mrs. Watts' fourth grade class and Mrs. Maxwell's second grade class, at Barberton Elementary East, celebrated Earth day by cleaning up and weeding the front flower beds of the school.
 
Biographies Come to Life at BEE!


Students in Mrs. Hoover's second grade class, from Barberton Elementary East, read biographies, dressed up as the individual they studied and presented their information to the class.
 
BEE Characters!

Rumpelstiltskin was represented by
Michael D, Chris M, Payton D, Cameron B.
Sidney Rella was
represented by
Christian C, Brianna M,
Braylon K


Mrs. Weigand's 3rd grade students at Barberton Elementary East read a book and completed a character study. On the back of their drawings, they drew pictures or use words to show the characters's actions and emotions. This is called an open-mind character portrait, and they shared them with their classmates. Students had a fun time with their characters.
 
Most Improved!



Michael Brown, a fourth grade student in Mrs. Watts' class at Barberton Elementary East, received the Most Improved Student award from Kiwanis.
 
Growing in Kindergarten!


The kindergarten students in Mrs. Barber’s class “planted” a lima bean and popcorn kernel in cotton balls in a plastic bag. Many were successful in growing the plants. They watched them for two weeks and recorded their observations. Shown are Paul, Mackenzie and Noah.
 
Thank you Barberton Community Foundation for helping us show our Purple Pride!



 
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