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    Welcome to Brownstown Central Middle School!

    BCMS Happenings

    Mr. McClure's Weekly Blog 
    “The Principal’s Post”

    UPDATE ANNOUNCEMENT (Monday, October 26th)

    BCMS HYBRID SCHEDULE

    Please click here to view the BCMS Red/Black hybrid schedule to conclude Trimester 1.

    BCMS COMMUNITY COUNCIL MEETING – Tuesday, October 27th

    The BCMS Community Council Members will be meeting on the evening of Tuesday, October 27th in the BCMS Conference Room beginning at 6:00PM to discuss our ongoing school improvement efforts.

    We will be reviewing the student results of the first ILEARN assessment administration in 2018-2019.  (Note:  Due to Indiana school closures this past spring, the Indiana Department of Education suspended the ILEARN assessment for 2019-2020.) The ILEARN assessment is aligned to the Indiana college-and-career readiness standards. 

    At the meeting, we will have a goals and strategies discussion to help outline our current 2020-2021 school improvement initiatives.  We will also be discussing, and answering questions about, coronavirus precautions taken to reopen school this year.

    BCMS parents and other members of the community are invited and welcome to join the council for this informative discussion.  We would ask that all attendees please wear a mask and enter the building through the main entrance doors.

    Because you never stop, “Growing BRAVE!”

    STUDENT APPEARANCE AS WE APPROACH HALLOWEEN NEXT SATURDAY, OCTOBER 31ST

    Special Note for this Friday, October 30th (as we approach Halloween on Saturday, October 31st):  To avoid any confusion regarding what student dress is permitted at school on Friday the 30th, we want to clarify here that students are to adhere to our dress code expectations.  Any student wanting to “get a jump” on Halloween Saturday by wearing make-up and/or costuming on Friday is reminded to save that for after they arrive home from school.  Students may not “dress up” . . . as in costuming . . . for school.  No costuming and/or exotic make-up deemed inappropriate for school will be permitted.  Thank you!

    TIME CHANGE:  “FALL BACK”

    As you may be aware, eastern daylight savings time ends on Sunday, November 1st.  Please make special note that clocks will be set back exactly one hour.  If you do not set your clocks at back one hour on Sunday, your Red Day student will be arriving to school an hour early on Monday. J  As we like to tell the students . . . “Fall Back,” or minus, one hour on Sunday.

    FALL PICTURE RETAKE DAY . . . AND THIS SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT FOR RED DAY STUDENTS INTERESTED IN HAVING THEIR FALL PICTURE RETAKEN

    The Fall 2020 Picture Retake Day for interested students is scheduled for the morning of Wednesday, November 4th.  According to our current BCMS hybrid schedule, Wednesday, November 4th is scheduled to be a Black Day.  BCMS Red Day students interested in having their fall picture retaken may come to the school at 9AM on Wednesday, November 4th, to do that.  Please enter by the main door entrance and report directly to the gymnasium.  Once your picture is quickly taken, you will need to exit the building.  Please call the BCMS main office with any questions.

    ABSENCES, MAKE-UP WORK & THE END OF THE FIRST TRIMESTER

    The end of the first grading period is next Friday, November 6th.  Please allow me to encourage you and/or your student to check their Harmony account for any missing or outstanding assignments that may be due.  Let me encourage all BCMS students to get make-up work turned in for credit (in accordance with teacher classroom guidelines) this first grading period.

    WASHINGTON, D.C., FIRST TRIMESTER & CRITERIA CHECKS!

    As of the Washington, D.C. 8th grade trip registration deadline, there are 12 BCMS 8th grade students registered to attend.  These students are reminded of the trip criteria (academic, attendance, and behavior) that is required to remain eligible.  Students can access the Washington, D.C. information page on this page (right column) for a complete list of the eligibility criteria.  As the first trimester concludes on Friday, November 6th, the first student “criteria check” will occur the week of November 9th-13th.  Any student failing to meet the requirement in any of the criteria categories will be removed from the trip registration list.

    Students are also reminded that the second payment ($275) due date is Monday, November 16th.  (As a reminder, all trip payments are made directly to Brightspark, not BCMS.)

    Last Week

    You will see all relevant information listed on BCMS Happenings where information will be posted and updated as needed.

    Thank you for visiting the Brownstown Central Middle School Website.

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    Homework

    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 
      “The Principal’s Post”

      UPDATE ANNOUNCEMENT (Monday, October 26th)

      BCMS HYBRID SCHEDULE

      Please click here to view the BCMS Red/Black hybrid schedule to conclude Trimester 1.

      BCMS COMMUNITY COUNCIL MEETING – Tuesday, October 27th

      The BCMS Community Council Members will be meeting on the evening of Tuesday, October 27th in the BCMS Conference Room beginning at 6:00PM to discuss our ongoing school improvement efforts.

      We will be reviewing the student results of the first ILEARN assessment administration in 2018-2019.  (Note:  Due to Indiana school closures this past spring, the Indiana Department of Education suspended the ILEARN assessment for 2019-2020.) The ILEARN assessment is aligned to the Indiana college-and-career readiness standards. 

      At the meeting, we will have a goals and strategies discussion to help outline our current 2020-2021 school improvement initiatives.  We will also be discussing, and answering questions about, coronavirus precautions taken to reopen school this year.

      BCMS parents and other members of the community are invited and welcome to join the council for this informative discussion.  We would ask that all attendees please wear a mask and enter the building through the main entrance doors.

      Because you never stop, “Growing BRAVE!”

      STUDENT APPEARANCE AS WE APPROACH HALLOWEEN NEXT SATURDAY, OCTOBER 31ST

      Special Note for this Friday, October 30th (as we approach Halloween on Saturday, October 31st):  To avoid any confusion regarding what student dress is permitted at school on Friday the 30th, we want to clarify here that students are to adhere to our dress code expectations.  Any student wanting to “get a jump” on Halloween Saturday by wearing make-up and/or costuming on Friday is reminded to save that for after they arrive home from school.  Students may not “dress up” . . . as in costuming . . . for school.  No costuming and/or exotic make-up deemed inappropriate for school will be permitted.  Thank you!

      TIME CHANGE:  “FALL BACK”

      As you may be aware, eastern daylight savings time ends on Sunday, November 1st.  Please make special note that clocks will be set back exactly one hour.  If you do not set your clocks at back one hour on Sunday, your Red Day student will be arriving to school an hour early on Monday. J  As we like to tell the students . . . “Fall Back,” or minus, one hour on Sunday.

      FALL PICTURE RETAKE DAY . . . AND THIS SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT FOR RED DAY STUDENTS INTERESTED IN HAVING THEIR FALL PICTURE RETAKEN

      The Fall 2020 Picture Retake Day for interested students is scheduled for the morning of Wednesday, November 4th.  According to our current BCMS hybrid schedule, Wednesday, November 4th is scheduled to be a Black Day.  BCMS Red Day students interested in having their fall picture retaken may come to the school at 9AM on Wednesday, November 4th, to do that.  Please enter by the main door entrance and report directly to the gymnasium.  Once your picture is quickly taken, you will need to exit the building.  Please call the BCMS main office with any questions.

      ABSENCES, MAKE-UP WORK & THE END OF THE FIRST TRIMESTER

      The end of the first grading period is next Friday, November 6th.  Please allow me to encourage you and/or your student to check their Harmony account for any missing or outstanding assignments that may be due.  Let me encourage all BCMS students to get make-up work turned in for credit (in accordance with teacher classroom guidelines) this first grading period.

      WASHINGTON, D.C., FIRST TRIMESTER & CRITERIA CHECKS!

      As of the Washington, D.C. 8th grade trip registration deadline, there are 12 BCMS 8th grade students registered to attend.  These students are reminded of the trip criteria (academic, attendance, and behavior) that is required to remain eligible.  Students can access the Washington, D.C. information page on this page (right column) for a complete list of the eligibility criteria.  As the first trimester concludes on Friday, November 6th, the first student “criteria check” will occur the week of November 9th-13th.  Any student failing to meet the requirement in any of the criteria categories will be removed from the trip registration list.

      Students are also reminded that the second payment ($275) due date is Monday, November 16th.  (As a reminder, all trip payments are made directly to Brightspark, not BCMS.)

    • You will see all relevant information listed on BCMS Happenings where information will be posted and updated as needed.

      Thank you for visiting the Brownstown Central Middle School Website.
    • 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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