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Jump Rope for Heart

   Bath Elementary School students in kindergarten through fifth grades participated in Jump Rope for Heart through the American Heart Association during the month of February. In addition to working on the jump roping skills students learned about the importance of heart healthy decisions through exercise and diet. These energetic students earned over two thousand dollars for the Heart Association.
The top three fund raisers are pictured from the left: Thomas Peachey, Ashlee Rasmussen and Cade Wallace.

Bath Elementary School's 2012 Beaufort County Schools Student Art Show winners:

Front Row: Madeline Baltz, Caleb Jackson, Gracie Landeck, Marissa Perez, Jay Askew. Second Row: Kayle Sawyer, Hali Asby, Jackson Respess, Flor Perez, Lauren Rouse, Gus Vansant, Clowey Padgett. Third Row: Destiny Barrow, Alexander Farrell, Aaron Sauls, Michael Brooks, Gavin Woolard, Trey Lanier, Sarabeth Boyd, Savannah Davenport. Back Row: Yesica Monter, Julissa Perez, Kaylie Evans, Kayla Vargo, Jessica Bright, Jonah Jordan.

   The student art show will be on display at the Washington Civic Center until May 3.

    Call/email if you have questions.

    Sarah Hodges
    Public Information Officer
    Beaufort County Schools
      252.946.6593 office
      252.402.5834 cell e-mailoto)
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