Sixth grade students make grocery bag binders

Students at Barnesville Middle School started the year doing a crafty mathematics project. Students in Mr. Fisher's 6th grade math class used grocery bags to create a student portfolio folder that they will use the entire school year. These folders will be used to organize each students geometry tools and formula sheets. Fisher adapted the idea from an idiscovery class that he took this summer. The grocery bags were generously donated by Riesbeck's of Barnesville.

Cathryn Stanley

Some of the students in Mr. Fisher's 6th grade class at Barnesville Middle School are pictured in front of Riesbeck's of Barnesville with the student portfolio folders they made from used grocery bags donated by Riesbeck's. Pictured (left to right): Riesbeck's of Barnesville Manager Scott Briggs, Steve Fisher, Angel Perdue, Hunter Kinney, Riley Shutlz, Kevin Milhoan, BJ Spoon, Karleigh Clouse, Reanah Norris, Fallyn Carpenter, Ella Carpenter, Cassidy Rush and Cheyenne Wilson. Not pictured is Malorie Christman.