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    ANNOUNCEMENT DATE - Monday, November 28th

    STRENGTHEN YOURSELF CONVOCATION

    On Tuesday morning, November 29th, all BCMS students will attend the RemedyLIVE convocation “STRENGTHEN YOURSELF.”

    The convocation theme, “STRENGTHEN YOURSELF - 9 Strengths we all need in our life to be proactive and support our mental wellness,” will be packed with engaging education with tips for how students can own their mental wellness.  The presenters will focus on these key points during the convocation:

    Sleep: Are you getting enough? Is it good quality sleep?

    Exercise: Importance of movement

    Finding a Healthy Food Regimen

    Rest: One day per week to unplug and recharge

    Healthy Community: Do people closest to you care about your long term future?

    Faith: Studies show that having a faith that strengthens you supports a positive mental health set.

    Gratitude: Find things to be thankful for in your life.

    Trusted Adult: What adult in your life can you talk to about your struggles that you trust and admire?

    Serving Others: Get involved and contribute in the community you live

    We encourage you to talk with your student about his/her key takeaways!  

    RECEIVE BCMS TEXT ALERTS ON SCHOOL DELAYS & CANCELLATIONS:

    As we enter the final weeks of fall and look to the winter months, and the likely winter weather those months will bring, we would invite you to sign up to receive school delay and/or school cancelation alert texts from Mr. McClure.

    Click here to view simple instructions to get registered.

    PLEASE NOTE:  If you have already signed up to receive this year’s alert texts, you do not need to register again.

    BCMS Brave Botics
    Submitted by Karen Ault, Coach

    Four BCMS VEX IQ Brave Botics teams competed in their first tournament on Saturday. November 19th at Immanuel Lutheran School. Participating in regulation play were the following teams:

    • 98098 A: Isaiah Jonothan, Keaton Peters, Noah Hessig, and Hayden Marshall
    • 98098 C: William White, Luke Reynolds, and Roman Cherry
    • 98098 E: Leo Feathers and Shawn Hubbard
    • 98098 H: Ava Lee, Ada Lanier, and Alexis Shelley

    After finishing in 8th place during regulation play, team 98098 H moved on to Finals Competition where Ava, Ada, and Alexis earned a 3rd place finish overall. Congratulations to this team of girls, who were the only girls who qualified for Finals Competition!

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    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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    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 Blog 
      “The Principal’s Post”

      ANNOUNCEMENT DATE - Monday, November 28th

      STRENGTHEN YOURSELF CONVOCATION

      On Tuesday morning, November 29th, all BCMS students will attend the RemedyLIVE convocation “STRENGTHEN YOURSELF.”

      The convocation theme, “STRENGTHEN YOURSELF - 9 Strengths we all need in our life to be proactive and support our mental wellness,” will be packed with engaging education with tips for how students can own their mental wellness.  The presenters will focus on these key points during the convocation:

      Sleep: Are you getting enough? Is it good quality sleep?

      Exercise: Importance of movement

      Finding a Healthy Food Regimen

      Rest: One day per week to unplug and recharge

      Healthy Community: Do people closest to you care about your long term future?

      Faith: Studies show that having a faith that strengthens you supports a positive mental health set.

      Gratitude: Find things to be thankful for in your life.

      Trusted Adult: What adult in your life can you talk to about your struggles that you trust and admire?

      Serving Others: Get involved and contribute in the community you live

      We encourage you to talk with your student about his/her key takeaways!  

      RECEIVE BCMS TEXT ALERTS ON SCHOOL DELAYS & CANCELLATIONS:

      As we enter the final weeks of fall and look to the winter months, and the likely winter weather those months will bring, we would invite you to sign up to receive school delay and/or school cancelation alert texts from Mr. McClure.

      Click here to view simple instructions to get registered.

      PLEASE NOTE:  If you have already signed up to receive this year’s alert texts, you do not need to register again.

      BCMS Brave Botics
      Submitted by Karen Ault, Coach

      Four BCMS VEX IQ Brave Botics teams competed in their first tournament on Saturday. November 19th at Immanuel Lutheran School. Participating in regulation play were the following teams:

      • 98098 A: Isaiah Jonothan, Keaton Peters, Noah Hessig, and Hayden Marshall
      • 98098 C: William White, Luke Reynolds, and Roman Cherry
      • 98098 E: Leo Feathers and Shawn Hubbard
      • 98098 H: Ava Lee, Ada Lanier, and Alexis Shelley

      After finishing in 8th place during regulation play, team 98098 H moved on to Finals Competition where Ava, Ada, and Alexis earned a 3rd place finish overall. Congratulations to this team of girls, who were the only girls who qualified for Finals Competition!

    • 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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