student work pumpkin painting
​Bath Youth Basketball   Player development and skills are the main focus of our Youth Basketball program. This program is designed for children 2nd through the 6th grade within the RSU1, West Bath & Georgetown district. Boys and Girls are place on teams and will participate in practices and games each week. Good sportsmanship, team play, individual skill development and fun will be emphasized.  November 29-February 5  2nd Grade Co-Ed $45.00 one hour practice a week.  3rd/4th Grade Boys and Girls or Co-ed $45.00 one hour and a half practice a week.  5th/6th Grade Boys and Girls $50.00 two hour and a half practices a week.  For full details or to register please visit www.bathrecreation..com  *Registration coming soon for our K/1st Five Week Clinic in January.  *We will be following RSU1 indoor masking guidelines. Masking will be required at this time for all players, coaches and spectators regardless of Vaccination status. Please note that this could change.*    City of Bath Parks & Recreation Dept.  The YMCA
YMCA Kids Night Out
2021 Maker's Market presented by the Bath Elementary PTA FOR ALL RSU1 STUDENT MAKERS, BAKERS, CRAFTERS & ARTISTS Table space is limited Vendor fee is $5 plus a donation* SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 13TH 9AM-12PM DIKE NEWELL SCHOOL GYM *The PTA will be collecting donations of baking supplies including flour, sugar, and sprinkles for the Main Street Bath "Cooking With Claus" event. Have questions or want to help? Please contact: Elyce: elycereavely@gmail.com or bathelementarypta@gmail.com Thank you for your support! Covid safety protocols will be in place and masks will be required.
student art-pumpkins
BATH ELEMENTARY PARENT TEACHER ASSOCIATION DNS FMS
student art orange and red flower blue and yellow background
Kids Hip Hop Team! For 3rd-5th graders Mondays Oct 4th-Dec 13th 330-430pm Bath Dance Works, 72 Front St, Bath ME Cost: Free! Special Thanks to Davenport Trust Fund To register please email: michaela@sparkdanceprogram.org
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Cub Scouts Flyer
Flyer depicting students and teachers in school settings to promote COVID testing