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Bethany School fourth graders transformed into Ohio Heroes for an assembly with author Rick Sowash. They portrayed such people as Harriet Beecher Stowe, Neil Armstrong, and the Wright family. The students dressed as their character and learned information to be prepared to answer questions in the interview.
Bethany School first graders were treated to a visit from Revie the Reading Dog, a therapy dog owned by Bethany graduate and her family. She brought Revie to school to listen to the first graders read, and two students made sure to show the pictures! First graders said it was nice to have a buddy to read to, Revie was very patient, and it was more fun that reading by themselves!
Bethany School third graders transformed themselves into famous African Americans for a morning of biography presentations. Students, parents, and teachers were able to learn more about these famous people through the costumes and information given by the students of Katie Vaughn and Donna Hobson.
Bethany School seventh graders investigated the lives of owls by dissecting owl pellets. These pellets are the parts of owl meals that they can't digest, and are regurgitated for seventh graders to dissect! Many small mammal remains were found and identified. In the photo a student shows some of his finds to teacher Michelle Mellea.
Bethany School kindergartners wowed their parents when they competed in their version of the Summer Olympics. Events such as gymnastics, swimming on scooters, relay racing, and soccer delighted the crowd. Here a student struggles to display his weight lifting prowess.
Dignitaries attending were from left: Wes Noble, builder; Sister Marcia, Cheryl Pez, Head of School; one of our Kindergarten students; Loretta Rokey, Glendale Village Administrator; Ralph Hoop, Glendale Mayor; Sister Teresa, and our Student Council President.
Bethany held its second annual Andrew Dawson Walk-a-thon to raise funds for scholarships. The students enjoyed a beautiful day of walking, a special lunch, and received commemorative wrist bands. Two fourth graders were buddies for the walk.
It was a beautiful day for Bethany School's Blessing of the Pets in honor of St. Francis Day. Many creatures visited the school for a blessing. One of our students and her father brought Jean Pierre, Daniella's French Copper Maran rooster to school for the event.
This Bethany School first grader found a lovely wildflower on the class trip to the Cincinnati Nature Center. It was a rainy day, but still full of fun learning for the students of Deanna Brooksbank and Kelly Tedesco.
One of our first grade sudents seems amazed at the scent of the sunflower she used for dissection under the direction of teacher Deanna Brooksbank.
The Bethany School Student Council welcome the students back to school with a very bubbly greeting.
Bethany kindergartners have already formed friendships after only a few days of school! These two students are excited to be new buddies.
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