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    Welcome to Brownstown Central Middle School!

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    Mr. McClure's Weekly Blog

    Week of:  February 18 – 22

    Week 27

    “The Principal’s Post”

    PLEASE NOTE - Snow Make-Up Day:  Due to the inclement weather school cancellation on Wednesday, January 30th, school will be in session TODAY (Monday, February 18th)!

    Today marks the beginning of Trimester 3 . . . Finishing Strong!

    BCMS COMMUNITY COUNCIL MEETING

    The BCMS Community Council Members will be meeting next Tuesday evening, February 26th, in the BCMS Conference Room beginning at 6:00PM to discuss our ongoing school improvement efforts.

    We will be discussing and answering questions as they relate to the overall student results of the 2017-2018 assessments that are aligned to the Indiana College-and-Career Readiness Standards.  We will have a goals and strategies discussion that outline our current 2018-2019 school improvement plan initiatives, and we will look at refining/amending those goals and strategies as we plan for 2019-2020.

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

    Never stop . . . “Growing BRAVE!”

    ASSESSSMENT LITERACY UPDATE
    Released by:  Office of Student Assessments
    Indiana Department of Education

    Our office is developing several short videos to share with parents about assessment systems and transitions to support assessment literacy.  We are asking schools to please share these valuable resources.

    NEW!  How does ILEARN dig deeper into knowledge and skills?

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iGkv6IQ1gF4&feature=youtu.be&utm_content&utm_medium=email&utm_name&utm_source=govdelivery&utm_term

    4-H LEGO Robotics Camp
    Submitted by:  Heather VonDielingen
    4-H Youth Development Educator

    Click here for information about our 4-H LEGO Robotics Camp to be held June 3rd – 7th at the Jackson County Learning Center. The camp is geared towards youth currently enrolled in Grades 3-6. Click here for the registration forms for the camp.

     The LEGO Camp is led by 4-H Volunteer Joe Fuehne, who is a professor of Engineering Technology at Purdue Polytechnic – Columbus.

    If you have questions, please contact me!

    Heather VonDielingen
    4-H Youth Development Educator
    County Extension Director
    Jackson County Purdue Extension Office
    County Courthouse
    111 S. Main Street, Ste. 10
    Brownstown, IN 47220
    Phone: (812) 358-6101
    Fax: (812) 358-5030

    2019-2020 BROWNSTOWN CENTRAL COMMUNITY SCHOOLS
    CORPORATION CALENDAR

    Click here to advance look at the BCCSC 2019-2020 school year calendar.

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

    BCMS Tourney Champions

    7th Grade Boys Basketball Team




    8th Grade Girls Basketball Team



    Keep up-to-date with BCMS Athletics on Twitter: @btown_ms
    Great job athletes! Keep working hard in the classroom & on the court!

    “All the days that you wake up, you get one job, and that is to get better every single day”
    - Derrick Rose

    2019 ILEARN TEST COUNTER
    This week:  T-minus 37, 36, 35, 34

    THIS WEEK’S BRAVE QUOTE:
    “I had rather be criticized than the criticizer; the hated than the hater; the wronged than the wrong.”

    THIS WEEK’S PROJECT WISDOM THEME:  
    “Role Models:  Who’s Influencing Whom?”

    Until next week,

    Mr. McClure

    Last Week


    Mr. McClure's Weekly Blog

    Week of:  February 11 - 15

    Week 26

    “The Principal’s Post”

    PLEASE NOTE - Snow Make-Up Day:  Due to the inclement weather school cancellation on Wednesday, January 30th, school will be in session this coming Monday, February 18th!

    Believe it or not, the end of Trimester 2 is this Friday, February 15th!  Please be looking for Trimester 2 report cards to come home next Friday, February 22nd.

    BCCSC SCHOOL BOARD MEETING
    The regular monthly meeting of the school board of trustees is being hosted at BCMS in February.  We would like to welcome the school board members of our community school corporation! The meeting will be held in the gymnasium this evening (Monday, February 11th), beginning at 7:30PM.  The public is welcome, and invited, to attend.

    BCCSC school board members include:
    Mary Ann Spray – President
    Gina Hackman – Vice President
    Bradie Hall – Secretary
    Mary Lou Burcham – Member
    Dan Hall – Member
    Clayton Beard – Member
    Scott Shade - Member

    BCMS COMMUNITY COUNCIL MEETING
    The BCMS Community Council Members will be meeting the evening of Tuesday, February 26th, in the BCMS Conference Room beginning at 6:00PM to discuss our ongoing school improvement efforts.

    We will be discussing and answering questions as they relate to the overall student results of the 2017-2018 assessments that are aligned to the Indiana College-and-Career Readiness Standards.  We will have a goals and strategies discussion that outline our current 2018-2019 school improvement plan initiatives, and we will look at refining/amending those goals and strategies as we plan for 2019-2020.

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

    Never stop . . . “Growing BRAVE!”


    WASHINGTON, D.C., SECOND TRIMESTER, & CRITERIA CHECKS!
    There are 37 BCMS 8th grade students currently registered to attend the May 2019 Washington, D.C. class trip!!!  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 second trimester concludes this Friday, February 15th, the second student “criteria check” will occur the week of February 25th – March 1st.  Any student failing to meet the requirement in any of the criteria categories will be removed from the trip registration list.

    The final criteria check will occur at the end of the 10th level review period, Friday, April 12th.

    JACKSON COUNTY SPELLING BEE
    Submitted by:  Ms. Ault, BCCSC Media Specialist

    Congratulations to our Jackson County Spelling Bee contestants Cody Blackburn and Eli Reynolds. Cody finished in 4th place, and Eli won the County Spelling Bee. 

    Eli will be representing Jackson County in the Kentucky Derby Festival Spelling Bee on Saturday, March 16, in Louisville.

    Great job, Cody and Eli!!

    BCMS JANUARY BRAVE OF THE MONTH
    On the evening of February 11th, at the regular school board meeting of school trustees, Brownstown Central Middle School recognized Claire Schepman as the January BRAVE BCMS 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.

    Claire’s teachers stated the following when selecting her for recognition:  “The Sixth Grade teachers chose Claire Schepman as our Student of the Month for multiple reasons. Claire is attentive, conscientious, polite to adults as well as peers, and a hard worker. She takes on any challenge, often going above and beyond what is asked of her. She always has a positive attitude even when tackling a complex problem. Even though she is new to BCMS she has shown leadership during class discussions, labs and STEM activities as well as throughout the school and in her clubs. Claire is active in rodeo and uses the mentality of "if you fall off the horse, get right back on" in all her endeavors. Claire demonstrates the 3 R's daily and we are delighted she is now part of our 6th grade team.” 

    CONGRATULATIONS, CLAIRE!! . . . and THANK YOU!!

    ISSMA DISTRICT SOLO AND ENSEMBLE CONTEST
    Submitted by:  Mr. Branaman, BCCSC Director of Bands

    I would like to recognize the following BCMS band members for their participation in the ISSMA District Solo and Ensemble Contest on Saturday, February 4th, at Columbus East High School.

    BMCS band members participated in seven events earning a total of eleven medals:  4 – Gold, 3 - Silver, and 4 - Bronze.

    Those BCMS band students earning medals were:
    Bryce Reaser
    Jake Bohn
    Abby Tovey
    Jayden Disque
    Andrew Roberts
    Cash Zumhingst
    Cody Blackburn

    Those students earning multiple medals were:
    Clayton Blackburn - 2
    Ryan Branaman – 2

    CONGRATULATIONS to our BCMS INTRUMENTALISTS!!

    SERTOMA FREEDOM ESSAY CONTEST
    BCMS is very pleased to announce that 6th grade student, Gracie Scott, has been selected as a winner of the SERTOMA FREEDOM ESSAY Contest.

    Gracie and her family have been invited to attend the honor banquet to be recognized with all of the winners from Jackson County.  

    CONGRATULATIONS, GRACIE!!

    2019 LEARN PRACTICE TESTING
    In preparation for the 2019 ILEARN assessment, BCMS will be utilizing the state issued practice materials for instructional purposes in the coming weeks during our Enrichment Learning Club time.

    The state has rescinded many of the constraints that teachers and students experience during the operational (actual) test.  The online practice test may be used instructionally.

    Teachers have the autonomy to work through the practice test items with students.  Small groups, whole groups, turn and talks, and the projection of test practice items to stimulate in-class discussions regarding test items and standards may all be utilized.  For example, as part of the teacher’s instruction you might see and hear: “Let’s take a look at this item. How do you know that is the correct answer?” Or, “Turn and talk to your neighbor about why you arrived at your answer.  See if you agree.”

    Because test items/practice testing cannot be assigned as homework, BCMS is allowing for more directed practice and review as part of our instructional schedule.

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

    Sporting Events

    Friday, February 15
    • Winter Sports Pow Wow
    WINS this week for BCMS
    • 8 Boys defeated Orleans & East Washington
    • 7 Boys defeated East Washington
    • 6 Boys defeated Salem & Oolitic
    • 7 and 8 Girls defeated Crothersville
    Keep up-to-date with BCMS Athletics on Twitter: @btown_ms

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

    “Practice like you have never won. Perform like you have never lost.”- Anonymous

    2019 ILEARN TEST COUNTER
    This week:  T-minus 42, 41, 40, 39, 38

    THIS WEEK’S BRAVE QUOTE:
    "Continuous effort--not strength or intelligence--is the key
    to unlocking our potential." -Sir Winston Churchill

    THIS WEEK’S PROJECT WISDOM THEME:  
    Responsible Citizenship:  Helping Others

    Until next week,

    Mr. McClure

    Lunch Menu

    Homework

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

    Trimester 3
    Week 27: February 18 - February 22

    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:  February 18 – 22

      Week 27

      “The Principal’s Post”

      PLEASE NOTE - Snow Make-Up Day:  Due to the inclement weather school cancellation on Wednesday, January 30th, school will be in session TODAY (Monday, February 18th)!

      Today marks the beginning of Trimester 3 . . . Finishing Strong!

      BCMS COMMUNITY COUNCIL MEETING

      The BCMS Community Council Members will be meeting next Tuesday evening, February 26th, in the BCMS Conference Room beginning at 6:00PM to discuss our ongoing school improvement efforts.

      We will be discussing and answering questions as they relate to the overall student results of the 2017-2018 assessments that are aligned to the Indiana College-and-Career Readiness Standards.  We will have a goals and strategies discussion that outline our current 2018-2019 school improvement plan initiatives, and we will look at refining/amending those goals and strategies as we plan for 2019-2020.

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

      Never stop . . . “Growing BRAVE!”

      ASSESSSMENT LITERACY UPDATE
      Released by:  Office of Student Assessments
      Indiana Department of Education

      Our office is developing several short videos to share with parents about assessment systems and transitions to support assessment literacy.  We are asking schools to please share these valuable resources.

      NEW!  How does ILEARN dig deeper into knowledge and skills?

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iGkv6IQ1gF4&feature=youtu.be&utm_content&utm_medium=email&utm_name&utm_source=govdelivery&utm_term

      4-H LEGO Robotics Camp
      Submitted by:  Heather VonDielingen
      4-H Youth Development Educator

      Click here for information about our 4-H LEGO Robotics Camp to be held June 3rd – 7th at the Jackson County Learning Center. The camp is geared towards youth currently enrolled in Grades 3-6. Click here for the registration forms for the camp.

       The LEGO Camp is led by 4-H Volunteer Joe Fuehne, who is a professor of Engineering Technology at Purdue Polytechnic – Columbus.

      If you have questions, please contact me!

      Heather VonDielingen
      4-H Youth Development Educator
      County Extension Director
      Jackson County Purdue Extension Office
      County Courthouse
      111 S. Main Street, Ste. 10
      Brownstown, IN 47220
      Phone: (812) 358-6101
      Fax: (812) 358-5030

      2019-2020 BROWNSTOWN CENTRAL COMMUNITY SCHOOLS
      CORPORATION CALENDAR

      Click here to advance look at the BCCSC 2019-2020 school year calendar.

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

      BCMS Tourney Champions

      7th Grade Boys Basketball Team




      8th Grade Girls Basketball Team



      Keep up-to-date with BCMS Athletics on Twitter: @btown_ms
      Great job athletes! Keep working hard in the classroom & on the court!

      “All the days that you wake up, you get one job, and that is to get better every single day”
      - Derrick Rose

      2019 ILEARN TEST COUNTER
      This week:  T-minus 37, 36, 35, 34

      THIS WEEK’S BRAVE QUOTE:
      “I had rather be criticized than the criticizer; the hated than the hater; the wronged than the wrong.”

      THIS WEEK’S PROJECT WISDOM THEME:  
      “Role Models:  Who’s Influencing Whom?”

      Until next week,

      Mr. McClure

    • Mr. McClure's Weekly Blog

      Week of:  February 11 - 15

      Week 26

      “The Principal’s Post”

      PLEASE NOTE - Snow Make-Up Day:  Due to the inclement weather school cancellation on Wednesday, January 30th, school will be in session this coming Monday, February 18th!

      Believe it or not, the end of Trimester 2 is this Friday, February 15th!  Please be looking for Trimester 2 report cards to come home next Friday, February 22nd.

      BCCSC SCHOOL BOARD MEETING
      The regular monthly meeting of the school board of trustees is being hosted at BCMS in February.  We would like to welcome the school board members of our community school corporation! The meeting will be held in the gymnasium this evening (Monday, February 11th), beginning at 7:30PM.  The public is welcome, and invited, to attend.

      BCCSC school board members include:
      Mary Ann Spray – President
      Gina Hackman – Vice President
      Bradie Hall – Secretary
      Mary Lou Burcham – Member
      Dan Hall – Member
      Clayton Beard – Member
      Scott Shade - Member

      BCMS COMMUNITY COUNCIL MEETING
      The BCMS Community Council Members will be meeting the evening of Tuesday, February 26th, in the BCMS Conference Room beginning at 6:00PM to discuss our ongoing school improvement efforts.

      We will be discussing and answering questions as they relate to the overall student results of the 2017-2018 assessments that are aligned to the Indiana College-and-Career Readiness Standards.  We will have a goals and strategies discussion that outline our current 2018-2019 school improvement plan initiatives, and we will look at refining/amending those goals and strategies as we plan for 2019-2020.

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

      Never stop . . . “Growing BRAVE!”


      WASHINGTON, D.C., SECOND TRIMESTER, & CRITERIA CHECKS!
      There are 37 BCMS 8th grade students currently registered to attend the May 2019 Washington, D.C. class trip!!!  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 second trimester concludes this Friday, February 15th, the second student “criteria check” will occur the week of February 25th – March 1st.  Any student failing to meet the requirement in any of the criteria categories will be removed from the trip registration list.

      The final criteria check will occur at the end of the 10th level review period, Friday, April 12th.

      JACKSON COUNTY SPELLING BEE
      Submitted by:  Ms. Ault, BCCSC Media Specialist

      Congratulations to our Jackson County Spelling Bee contestants Cody Blackburn and Eli Reynolds. Cody finished in 4th place, and Eli won the County Spelling Bee. 

      Eli will be representing Jackson County in the Kentucky Derby Festival Spelling Bee on Saturday, March 16, in Louisville.

      Great job, Cody and Eli!!

      BCMS JANUARY BRAVE OF THE MONTH
      On the evening of February 11th, at the regular school board meeting of school trustees, Brownstown Central Middle School recognized Claire Schepman as the January BRAVE BCMS 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.

      Claire’s teachers stated the following when selecting her for recognition:  “The Sixth Grade teachers chose Claire Schepman as our Student of the Month for multiple reasons. Claire is attentive, conscientious, polite to adults as well as peers, and a hard worker. She takes on any challenge, often going above and beyond what is asked of her. She always has a positive attitude even when tackling a complex problem. Even though she is new to BCMS she has shown leadership during class discussions, labs and STEM activities as well as throughout the school and in her clubs. Claire is active in rodeo and uses the mentality of "if you fall off the horse, get right back on" in all her endeavors. Claire demonstrates the 3 R's daily and we are delighted she is now part of our 6th grade team.” 

      CONGRATULATIONS, CLAIRE!! . . . and THANK YOU!!

      ISSMA DISTRICT SOLO AND ENSEMBLE CONTEST
      Submitted by:  Mr. Branaman, BCCSC Director of Bands

      I would like to recognize the following BCMS band members for their participation in the ISSMA District Solo and Ensemble Contest on Saturday, February 4th, at Columbus East High School.

      BMCS band members participated in seven events earning a total of eleven medals:  4 – Gold, 3 - Silver, and 4 - Bronze.

      Those BCMS band students earning medals were:
      Bryce Reaser
      Jake Bohn
      Abby Tovey
      Jayden Disque
      Andrew Roberts
      Cash Zumhingst
      Cody Blackburn

      Those students earning multiple medals were:
      Clayton Blackburn - 2
      Ryan Branaman – 2

      CONGRATULATIONS to our BCMS INTRUMENTALISTS!!

      SERTOMA FREEDOM ESSAY CONTEST
      BCMS is very pleased to announce that 6th grade student, Gracie Scott, has been selected as a winner of the SERTOMA FREEDOM ESSAY Contest.

      Gracie and her family have been invited to attend the honor banquet to be recognized with all of the winners from Jackson County.  

      CONGRATULATIONS, GRACIE!!

      2019 LEARN PRACTICE TESTING
      In preparation for the 2019 ILEARN assessment, BCMS will be utilizing the state issued practice materials for instructional purposes in the coming weeks during our Enrichment Learning Club time.

      The state has rescinded many of the constraints that teachers and students experience during the operational (actual) test.  The online practice test may be used instructionally.

      Teachers have the autonomy to work through the practice test items with students.  Small groups, whole groups, turn and talks, and the projection of test practice items to stimulate in-class discussions regarding test items and standards may all be utilized.  For example, as part of the teacher’s instruction you might see and hear: “Let’s take a look at this item. How do you know that is the correct answer?” Or, “Turn and talk to your neighbor about why you arrived at your answer.  See if you agree.”

      Because test items/practice testing cannot be assigned as homework, BCMS is allowing for more directed practice and review as part of our instructional schedule.

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

      Sporting Events

      Friday, February 15
      • Winter Sports Pow Wow
      WINS this week for BCMS
      • 8 Boys defeated Orleans & East Washington
      • 7 Boys defeated East Washington
      • 6 Boys defeated Salem & Oolitic
      • 7 and 8 Girls defeated Crothersville
      Keep up-to-date with BCMS Athletics on Twitter: @btown_ms

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

      “Practice like you have never won. Perform like you have never lost.”- Anonymous

      2019 ILEARN TEST COUNTER
      This week:  T-minus 42, 41, 40, 39, 38

      THIS WEEK’S BRAVE QUOTE:
      "Continuous effort--not strength or intelligence--is the key
      to unlocking our potential." -Sir Winston Churchill

      THIS WEEK’S PROJECT WISDOM THEME:  
      Responsible Citizenship:  Helping Others

      Until next week,

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

      Trimester 3
      Week 27: February 18 - February 22

      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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