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    Mr. McClure's Weekly Blog

    Week of:  January 21 - 25

    Week 23

    “The Principal’s Post”


    PLEASE NOTE – Monday, January 21st is a scheduled Snow Make-Up Day:  As we have enjoyed a mild winter to date, school will not be in session today (Monday, January 21st).  BCMS classes will resume on Tuesday, January 22nd.

    IMPORTANT REMIND ANNOUNCEMENT!!

    For those BCMS students and parents who subscribed to receive Remind emergency alert announcements for this 2018-2019 school year:  If you have Verizon Wireless as your phone carrier, please click here to read this important announcement.

    CLASS OF 2023 . . . BCHS SCHEDULING

    Submitted by:  Mr. Koch, BCHS Guidance Counselor

    For our current BCMS 8th grade students:  Please click here for an important announcement that pertains to your freshman BCHS classes schedule for next year.


    CLASS OF 2023 . . . 8th GRADE FAREWELL DANCE

    (a.k.a. The “WING DING”)

    This year’s 8th Grade Farewell Dance is scheduled for the evening of Friday, May 10, 2019.  Click here to view the informational letter that will be going home with the students of the Class of 2023 this week.

    BCMS HOMEWORK BELIEFS

    As mentioned previously (reference Principal Post week 2 & week 10), homework, in discipline, practice and habit, is a cultural expectation and “norm” for all BCMS students.  As the students know, our entire focus is adequately preparing them for day 541. (Day 541 being the first school day our BCMS students enter BCHS as freshmen after investing 540 school days with us as 6th, 7th and 8th grade students.)  In getting them to that point, “growing pains” are to be expected as part of the process from time-to-time.  Growing pains . . . with the goal of . . . Growing “BRAVE!”

    The “responsibility” of school work at home is a reality at the high school level.  We accept that part of our charge is to prepare our students for that reality and to equip them to be successful in it.  Because homework is a critical and essential component of what we do, we have organizational beliefs regarding its purpose.

    I would encourage you, and your student, to view our “Homework Beliefs” (please click here).  

    Every student should have homework to complete every night . . . even if it is spending 30-45 minutes reading.  If your child says that he/she does not have homework, and/or tells you that they finished all their homework “at school,” please be suspicious.  

    Please be reminded that parents and students may access daily assignments on this school website main page.  Click the “Homework” tab above, select the week, and then select the appropriate school day (Monday-Friday) according to grade level.  Homework assignments are updated daily by 3:00PM for the current school day.

    Contacting one of the teachers on your child’s team directly is another easy way to verify your child’s assertion.

    Thank you!

    BCMS ATHLETIC UPDATES
    Submitted by:  Mr. Young, BCMS Athletic Director

    Sporting events this week:

    Monday, January 21
    • 6 Girls Basketball vs Austin- HOME
    • 7/8 Boys Basketball vs Immanuel - AWAY
    • 8 Girls Basketball vs White Creek- AWAY
    Tuesday, January 22
    • 6th Girls Basketball vs Salem- AWAY
    • 7/8 Girls Basketball- MSC Finals- TBA
    Thursday, January 24
    • 7/8 Boys Basketball- MSC Finals-TBA
    • 7/8 Girls Basketball vs West Washington-HOME
    • 6 Boys Basketball vs East Washington- AWAY
    Saturday, January 26
    • 7 Boys Basketball at Seymour Tourney
    Keep up-to-date with BCMS Athletics on Twitter: @btown_ms

    Great job athletes! Keep working hard in the classroom & on the court!

    I don’t complain about playing time. My job is to play so well the coach can’t sit me”
    - Shane Battier

    2019 ILEARN TEST COUNTER

    This week:  T-minus 56, 55, 54, 53

    THIS WEEK’S BRAVE QUOTE:

    If you think education is expensive, try ignorance.”

    THIS WEEK’S PROJECT WISDOM THEME:  

    Respect:  Honoring Those Who Can Teach Us

    Until next week,

    Mr. McClure

    Last Week

    Mr. McClure's Weekly Blog

    Week of:  January 14 - 18

    Week 22

    “The Principal’s Post”

    IMPORTANT REMIND ANNOUNCEMENT!!

    For those BCMS students and parents who subscribed to receive Remind emergency alert announcements for this 2018-2019 school year:  If you have Verizon Wireless as your phone carrier, please click here to read this important announcement.

    CLASS OF 2023 . . . BCHS SCHEDULING
    Submitted by:  Mr. Koch, BCHS Guidance Counselor

    For our current BCMS 8th grade students:  Please click here for an important announcement that pertains to your freshman BCHS classes schedule for next year.

    CLASS OF 2023 . . . 8th GRADE FAREWELL DANCE

    (a.k.a. The “WING DING”)

    This year’s 8th Grade Farewell Dance is scheduled for the evening of Friday, May 10, 2019.  Click here to view the informational letter that will be going home with the students of the Class of 2023 this week.


    SIXTH LEVEL REVIEW REWARD ACTIVITY

    As mentioned last week, those students earning “on-level” status for the sixth level review period (December 3rd – January 4th) enjoyed treats and/or recreation time as grade levels the afternoon of Friday, January 11th.

    And, here are the number of BCMS students that are participating in the sixth on-level reward activity:

    Grade 6:  76 “on-level” / 115 6th graders enrolled = 66%

    Grade 7:  115 “on-level” / 133 7th graders enrolled = 87%

    Grade 8:  62 “on-level”/ 110 8th graders enrolled = 56%

    All grades:  253 “on-level” / 358 BCMS students = 71%

    After each level review, we look at where we are, in comparison to where we’ve been, to help us determine where we are going.

    We would invite you to click on any one of the following On-Level History reports that might interest you.

    2018-2019 All Current Grades On-Level History Report

    Entire School On-Level History Report (2014-2015 thru 2018-2019)

    Grade 6 On-Level History Report (Class of 2021 – Class of 2025)

    Grade 7 On-Level History Report (Class of 2020 – Class of 2024)

    Grade 8 On-Level History Report (Class of 2019 – Class of 2023)

    We will continue to track our on-level percentages as classes and as a school each level review period.

    To have 100% of our student body to earn “on level” status remains our goal.  To achieve that goal would put us closer to our aim: for all BCMS students to develop those necessary study habits which will enable our students to be successful at BCHS and allow them to reach their fullest academic potential.

    And, we challenge the students to always be cognizant of their level status.  As we start “Week 22” of the school year, we are already starting “week 2” in the seventh level review period.  

    DAILY HABITS . . . DAILY RESULTS!

    BCMS DECEMBER STUDENT OF THE MONTH

    On the evening of January 8th, at the regular school board meeting of school trustees, Brownstown Central Middle School recognized Cody Burnside as the BCMS December Student of the Month.

    BCMS promotes and reinforces the three character traits of Respect, Responsibility and Resourcefulness in our students.  We focus on the development of these character traits, in addition to academic learning, to help establish a solid foundation upon which to build future success at BCHS and beyond.  Each month we look to recognize a BCMS student who models the Three R’s of our school to his/her classmates through their example.

    This is what Cody’s teachers had to say about his selection:  “Cody Burnside is a conscientious student who not only completes his school work to his best ability, but also volunteers to assist in whatever ways he can - whether it be to help a teacher or to provide guidance to another student.  Cody is a two-year member of Brave Botics, an activity which showcases his strong ability to design and build robots. He is also a dedicated two-year member of the tennis team. Cody is an outstanding student whose strong work ethic serves as a valuable model to other students.  Cody is an exemplary model of the 3 R’s we try to instill in the students here at BCMS.”

    CONGRATULATIONS, Cody!!

    BRAVE BOTICS!
    Submitted by:  Ms. Ault, BCMS Brave Botics Coach

    In the month of December, BCMS Brave Botics participated in the Jackson County Vex League competition. With 24 middle school teams, participating, six of our nine BCMS teams finished the season in 1st, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, and 7th places to qualify for Final League Competition.

    On Thursday, December 20, Team I (Madison Edwards and Bryce Reaser) earned 1st place honors in alliance with a team from Crothersville. Team A (Jayse Davis & Landon Hehman), Team B (Eli Reynolds, Elix Preston & Caleb Reynolds), Team C (Holden Toven and Cody Burnside) and Team G (Colton Whittymore & Conner Wynn) tied to finish in second place.

    In Skills (Autonomous Programming & Driving Skills) competition, Team B (Eli Reynolds, Elix Preston & Caleb Reynolds) finished in 1st place. Team E (Kylor McCulley and Evan Sibrel) earned the 2nd place trophy.

    Each team will be competing in 2 additional tournaments scheduled for January or February. We wish all teams good luck and hope that we will have additional teams joining Team G (Colton Whittymore & Conner Wynn) in qualifying for the state finals in March.

    BCMS ATHLETIC UPDATES
    Submitted by:  Mr. Young BCMS Athletic Director

    Sporting events this week:

    Monday, January 14
    • 7/8 Girls Basketball vs Seymour- HOME
    • 7/8 Boys Basketball vs Scottsburg-AWAY
    Tuesday, January 15
    • 7/8 Girls Basketball vs East Washington- AWAY
    Thursday, January 17
    • 7/8 Boys Basketball vs Crothersville-AWAY
    • 7/8 Girls Basketball vs Salem-HOME
    Saturday, January 19
    • 7/8 Boys Basketball at Salem- MSC Tourney
    • 7/8 Girls Basketball at Salem- MSC Tourney
    • 6 Boys vs St. Vincent Bedford- AWAY
    Keep up-to-date with BCMS Athletics on Twitter: @btown_ms

    Great job athletes! Keep working hard in the classroom & on the court!

    You have to expect things of yourself before you can do them”- Michael Jordan

    2019 ILEARN TEST COUNTER

    This week:  T-minus 61, 60, 59, 58, 57

    THIS WEEK’S BRAVE QUOTE:

    Excuses get in the way of being a success.”

    THIS WEEK’S PROJECT WISDOM THEME:  

    Proactive, Productive, and Proud


    Until next week,

    Mr. McClure

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    Homework

    Homework Assignments will be updated daily by 3:00 pm.

    Trimester 2
    Week 13: November 5 - November 9
    Week 14: November 12 - November 16
    Week 15: November 19 - November 23 (Thanksgiving Week)
    Week 16: November 26 - November 30
    Week 17: December 3 - December 7
    Week 18: December 10 - December 14
    Week 19: December 17 - December 21
    Week 20: January 2 - January 4
    Week 21: January 7 - January 11
    Week 22: January 14 - January 18
    Week 23: January 21 - January 25
    Week 24: January 28 - February 1
    Week 25: February 4 - February 8
    Week 26: February 11 - February 15

    Trimester 1

    Week 1: August   6 - August 10
    Week 2: August 13 - August 17
    Week 3: August 20 - August 24
    Week 4: August 27 - August 31
    Week 5: September 3 - September 7 (Labor Day)
    Week 6: September 10 - September 14
    Week 7: September 17 - September 21
    Week 8: September 24 - September 28
    Week 9: October 1 - October 5
    Week 10: October 8 - October 12
    Fall Break: October 15 - October 19
    Week 11: October 22 - October 26
    Week 12: October 29 - November 2

    Trimester 2
    Week 13: November 6 - November 10
    Week 14: November 13 - November 17
    Week 15: November 20 - November 21 (Thanksgiving Break)
    Week 16: November 27 - December 1
    Week 17: December 4 - December 8
    Week 18: December 11 - December 15
    Week 19: December 18 - December 19 (Christmas Break)
    Week 20: January 3 - January 5
    Week 21: January 8 - January 12
    Week 22: January 15 - January 19
    Week 23: January 22 - January 26
    Week 24: January 29 - February 2
    Week 25: February 5 - February 9
    Week 26: February 12 - February 16
    Week 27: February 19 - February 23


    Trimester 3
    Week 28: February 26 - March 2
    Week 29: March 5 - March 9
    Week 30: March 12 - March 16
    Spring Break: March 19 - March 23
    Week 31: March 26 - March 30
    Week 32: April 2 - April 6

    Week 33: April 9 - April 13
    Week 34: April 16 - April 20
    Week 35: April 23 - April 27
    Week 36: April 30 - May 4
    Week 37: May 7 - May 11
    Week 38: May 14 - May 18
    Week 39: May 21 - May 25






    Fulfill Your Potential

    To Fulfill Your Potential at BCMS, You Must:
    1. Behave in a manner appropriate for school
    2. Show respect for the people and property around you.
    3. Be in class every day with a positive attitude
    4. Come to class prepared with the appropriate materials
    5. Keep a folder, notebook, or binder for each class
    6. Update your agenda daily
    7. Complete daily assignments
    8. Participate in class discussions and activities
    9. Ask for extra help when needed.
    10. Study outside of school
    • Mr. McClure's Weekly Blog

      Week of:  January 21 - 25

      Week 23

      “The Principal’s Post”


      PLEASE NOTE – Monday, January 21st is a scheduled Snow Make-Up Day:  As we have enjoyed a mild winter to date, school will not be in session today (Monday, January 21st).  BCMS classes will resume on Tuesday, January 22nd.

      IMPORTANT REMIND ANNOUNCEMENT!!

      For those BCMS students and parents who subscribed to receive Remind emergency alert announcements for this 2018-2019 school year:  If you have Verizon Wireless as your phone carrier, please click here to read this important announcement.

      CLASS OF 2023 . . . BCHS SCHEDULING

      Submitted by:  Mr. Koch, BCHS Guidance Counselor

      For our current BCMS 8th grade students:  Please click here for an important announcement that pertains to your freshman BCHS classes schedule for next year.


      CLASS OF 2023 . . . 8th GRADE FAREWELL DANCE

      (a.k.a. The “WING DING”)

      This year’s 8th Grade Farewell Dance is scheduled for the evening of Friday, May 10, 2019.  Click here to view the informational letter that will be going home with the students of the Class of 2023 this week.

      BCMS HOMEWORK BELIEFS

      As mentioned previously (reference Principal Post week 2 & week 10), homework, in discipline, practice and habit, is a cultural expectation and “norm” for all BCMS students.  As the students know, our entire focus is adequately preparing them for day 541. (Day 541 being the first school day our BCMS students enter BCHS as freshmen after investing 540 school days with us as 6th, 7th and 8th grade students.)  In getting them to that point, “growing pains” are to be expected as part of the process from time-to-time.  Growing pains . . . with the goal of . . . Growing “BRAVE!”

      The “responsibility” of school work at home is a reality at the high school level.  We accept that part of our charge is to prepare our students for that reality and to equip them to be successful in it.  Because homework is a critical and essential component of what we do, we have organizational beliefs regarding its purpose.

      I would encourage you, and your student, to view our “Homework Beliefs” (please click here).  

      Every student should have homework to complete every night . . . even if it is spending 30-45 minutes reading.  If your child says that he/she does not have homework, and/or tells you that they finished all their homework “at school,” please be suspicious.  

      Please be reminded that parents and students may access daily assignments on this school website main page.  Click the “Homework” tab above, select the week, and then select the appropriate school day (Monday-Friday) according to grade level.  Homework assignments are updated daily by 3:00PM for the current school day.

      Contacting one of the teachers on your child’s team directly is another easy way to verify your child’s assertion.

      Thank you!

      BCMS ATHLETIC UPDATES
      Submitted by:  Mr. Young, BCMS Athletic Director

      Sporting events this week:

      Monday, January 21
      • 6 Girls Basketball vs Austin- HOME
      • 7/8 Boys Basketball vs Immanuel - AWAY
      • 8 Girls Basketball vs White Creek- AWAY
      Tuesday, January 22
      • 6th Girls Basketball vs Salem- AWAY
      • 7/8 Girls Basketball- MSC Finals- TBA
      Thursday, January 24
      • 7/8 Boys Basketball- MSC Finals-TBA
      • 7/8 Girls Basketball vs West Washington-HOME
      • 6 Boys Basketball vs East Washington- AWAY
      Saturday, January 26
      • 7 Boys Basketball at Seymour Tourney
      Keep up-to-date with BCMS Athletics on Twitter: @btown_ms

      Great job athletes! Keep working hard in the classroom & on the court!

      I don’t complain about playing time. My job is to play so well the coach can’t sit me”
      - Shane Battier

      2019 ILEARN TEST COUNTER

      This week:  T-minus 56, 55, 54, 53

      THIS WEEK’S BRAVE QUOTE:

      If you think education is expensive, try ignorance.”

      THIS WEEK’S PROJECT WISDOM THEME:  

      Respect:  Honoring Those Who Can Teach Us

      Until next week,

      Mr. McClure
    • Mr. McClure's Weekly Blog

      Week of:  January 14 - 18

      Week 22

      “The Principal’s Post”

      IMPORTANT REMIND ANNOUNCEMENT!!

      For those BCMS students and parents who subscribed to receive Remind emergency alert announcements for this 2018-2019 school year:  If you have Verizon Wireless as your phone carrier, please click here to read this important announcement.

      CLASS OF 2023 . . . BCHS SCHEDULING
      Submitted by:  Mr. Koch, BCHS Guidance Counselor

      For our current BCMS 8th grade students:  Please click here for an important announcement that pertains to your freshman BCHS classes schedule for next year.

      CLASS OF 2023 . . . 8th GRADE FAREWELL DANCE

      (a.k.a. The “WING DING”)

      This year’s 8th Grade Farewell Dance is scheduled for the evening of Friday, May 10, 2019.  Click here to view the informational letter that will be going home with the students of the Class of 2023 this week.


      SIXTH LEVEL REVIEW REWARD ACTIVITY

      As mentioned last week, those students earning “on-level” status for the sixth level review period (December 3rd – January 4th) enjoyed treats and/or recreation time as grade levels the afternoon of Friday, January 11th.

      And, here are the number of BCMS students that are participating in the sixth on-level reward activity:

      Grade 6:  76 “on-level” / 115 6th graders enrolled = 66%

      Grade 7:  115 “on-level” / 133 7th graders enrolled = 87%

      Grade 8:  62 “on-level”/ 110 8th graders enrolled = 56%

      All grades:  253 “on-level” / 358 BCMS students = 71%

      After each level review, we look at where we are, in comparison to where we’ve been, to help us determine where we are going.

      We would invite you to click on any one of the following On-Level History reports that might interest you.

      2018-2019 All Current Grades On-Level History Report

      Entire School On-Level History Report (2014-2015 thru 2018-2019)

      Grade 6 On-Level History Report (Class of 2021 – Class of 2025)

      Grade 7 On-Level History Report (Class of 2020 – Class of 2024)

      Grade 8 On-Level History Report (Class of 2019 – Class of 2023)

      We will continue to track our on-level percentages as classes and as a school each level review period.

      To have 100% of our student body to earn “on level” status remains our goal.  To achieve that goal would put us closer to our aim: for all BCMS students to develop those necessary study habits which will enable our students to be successful at BCHS and allow them to reach their fullest academic potential.

      And, we challenge the students to always be cognizant of their level status.  As we start “Week 22” of the school year, we are already starting “week 2” in the seventh level review period.  

      DAILY HABITS . . . DAILY RESULTS!

      BCMS DECEMBER STUDENT OF THE MONTH

      On the evening of January 8th, at the regular school board meeting of school trustees, Brownstown Central Middle School recognized Cody Burnside as the BCMS December Student of the Month.

      BCMS promotes and reinforces the three character traits of Respect, Responsibility and Resourcefulness in our students.  We focus on the development of these character traits, in addition to academic learning, to help establish a solid foundation upon which to build future success at BCHS and beyond.  Each month we look to recognize a BCMS student who models the Three R’s of our school to his/her classmates through their example.

      This is what Cody’s teachers had to say about his selection:  “Cody Burnside is a conscientious student who not only completes his school work to his best ability, but also volunteers to assist in whatever ways he can - whether it be to help a teacher or to provide guidance to another student.  Cody is a two-year member of Brave Botics, an activity which showcases his strong ability to design and build robots. He is also a dedicated two-year member of the tennis team. Cody is an outstanding student whose strong work ethic serves as a valuable model to other students.  Cody is an exemplary model of the 3 R’s we try to instill in the students here at BCMS.”

      CONGRATULATIONS, Cody!!

      BRAVE BOTICS!
      Submitted by:  Ms. Ault, BCMS Brave Botics Coach

      In the month of December, BCMS Brave Botics participated in the Jackson County Vex League competition. With 24 middle school teams, participating, six of our nine BCMS teams finished the season in 1st, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, and 7th places to qualify for Final League Competition.

      On Thursday, December 20, Team I (Madison Edwards and Bryce Reaser) earned 1st place honors in alliance with a team from Crothersville. Team A (Jayse Davis & Landon Hehman), Team B (Eli Reynolds, Elix Preston & Caleb Reynolds), Team C (Holden Toven and Cody Burnside) and Team G (Colton Whittymore & Conner Wynn) tied to finish in second place.

      In Skills (Autonomous Programming & Driving Skills) competition, Team B (Eli Reynolds, Elix Preston & Caleb Reynolds) finished in 1st place. Team E (Kylor McCulley and Evan Sibrel) earned the 2nd place trophy.

      Each team will be competing in 2 additional tournaments scheduled for January or February. We wish all teams good luck and hope that we will have additional teams joining Team G (Colton Whittymore & Conner Wynn) in qualifying for the state finals in March.

      BCMS ATHLETIC UPDATES
      Submitted by:  Mr. Young BCMS Athletic Director

      Sporting events this week:

      Monday, January 14
      • 7/8 Girls Basketball vs Seymour- HOME
      • 7/8 Boys Basketball vs Scottsburg-AWAY
      Tuesday, January 15
      • 7/8 Girls Basketball vs East Washington- AWAY
      Thursday, January 17
      • 7/8 Boys Basketball vs Crothersville-AWAY
      • 7/8 Girls Basketball vs Salem-HOME
      Saturday, January 19
      • 7/8 Boys Basketball at Salem- MSC Tourney
      • 7/8 Girls Basketball at Salem- MSC Tourney
      • 6 Boys vs St. Vincent Bedford- AWAY
      Keep up-to-date with BCMS Athletics on Twitter: @btown_ms

      Great job athletes! Keep working hard in the classroom & on the court!

      You have to expect things of yourself before you can do them”- Michael Jordan

      2019 ILEARN TEST COUNTER

      This week:  T-minus 61, 60, 59, 58, 57

      THIS WEEK’S BRAVE QUOTE:

      Excuses get in the way of being a success.”

      THIS WEEK’S PROJECT WISDOM THEME:  

      Proactive, Productive, and Proud


      Until next week,

      Mr. McClure
    • Homework Assignments will be updated daily by 3:00 pm.

      Trimester 2
      Week 13: November 5 - November 9
      Week 14: November 12 - November 16
      Week 15: November 19 - November 23 (Thanksgiving Week)
      Week 16: November 26 - November 30
      Week 17: December 3 - December 7
      Week 18: December 10 - December 14
      Week 19: December 17 - December 21
      Week 20: January 2 - January 4
      Week 21: January 7 - January 11
      Week 22: January 14 - January 18
      Week 23: January 21 - January 25
      Week 24: January 28 - February 1
      Week 25: February 4 - February 8
      Week 26: February 11 - February 15

      Trimester 1

      Week 1: August   6 - August 10
      Week 2: August 13 - August 17
      Week 3: August 20 - August 24
      Week 4: August 27 - August 31
      Week 5: September 3 - September 7 (Labor Day)
      Week 6: September 10 - September 14
      Week 7: September 17 - September 21
      Week 8: September 24 - September 28
      Week 9: October 1 - October 5
      Week 10: October 8 - October 12
      Fall Break: October 15 - October 19
      Week 11: October 22 - October 26
      Week 12: October 29 - November 2

      Trimester 2
      Week 13: November 6 - November 10
      Week 14: November 13 - November 17
      Week 15: November 20 - November 21 (Thanksgiving Break)
      Week 16: November 27 - December 1
      Week 17: December 4 - December 8
      Week 18: December 11 - December 15
      Week 19: December 18 - December 19 (Christmas Break)
      Week 20: January 3 - January 5
      Week 21: January 8 - January 12
      Week 22: January 15 - January 19
      Week 23: January 22 - January 26
      Week 24: January 29 - February 2
      Week 25: February 5 - February 9
      Week 26: February 12 - February 16
      Week 27: February 19 - February 23


      Trimester 3
      Week 28: February 26 - March 2
      Week 29: March 5 - March 9
      Week 30: March 12 - March 16
      Spring Break: March 19 - March 23
      Week 31: March 26 - March 30
      Week 32: April 2 - April 6

      Week 33: April 9 - April 13
      Week 34: April 16 - April 20
      Week 35: April 23 - April 27
      Week 36: April 30 - May 4
      Week 37: May 7 - May 11
      Week 38: May 14 - May 18
      Week 39: May 21 - May 25






    • To Fulfill Your Potential at BCMS, You Must:
      1. Behave in a manner appropriate for school
      2. Show respect for the people and property around you.
      3. Be in class every day with a positive attitude
      4. Come to class prepared with the appropriate materials
      5. Keep a folder, notebook, or binder for each class
      6. Update your agenda daily
      7. Complete daily assignments
      8. Participate in class discussions and activities
      9. Ask for extra help when needed.
      10. Study outside of school

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