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     Mr. McClure's Weekly Blog

    Week of:  August 13-17

    Week 2

    “The Principal’s Post”

    Beginning the school year is always exciting, and we could not have been more pleased with our start.  As we enter our first full week we know that our work last week was only a preamble to all that remains for us to accomplish together this year.  

    What is always encouraging in starting a new year is the good will shared by all.  My charge to the students and staff alike is to endeavor to exercise that good will the whole year through.  If we stick to our Three R’s, we’ll be in an excellent position to do just that. 

    In visiting the sixth grade hall this past week, I am always reminded that even in the “small” tasks . . . learning to open a locker for the first time . . . confidences can be built and helping hands extended.  

    It is very important for us as a school family to set the right tone, from the very first day of school, for success.  Parents, your cooperation and partnership has helped us to set that tone. Thank you!! 

    YOU WILL HAVE HOMEWORK!

    As mentioned at the 6th Grade Back-to-School night orientation, and as the 7th and 8th grade students know, your student should begin bringing home school work on a regular basis to complete as homework.  

    Brownstown Central Middle School believes that learning occurs not only in the classroom by means of teacher instruction, but through student practice, repetition, and reinforcement of those classroom lesson concepts.  Our students engage in athletic practice, and rightly so, throughout the year. We believe that they should also be engaged in academic practice. 

    The best way for our school to insure the optimal benefits for your child’s education is to provide your child the opportunities to practice and reinforce those lesson concepts at home that he/she learns at school.  

    If your child says that he/she doesn’t have homework and/or tells you that they finished all their homework “at school,” and this response persists, you have our permission to be suspicious.  ☺  

    We have a homework assignment portal for students and parents to access assignments, ALL CLASS ASSIGNMENTS, EVERY DAY, EACH DAY, ALL YEAR, ALL ON ONE PAGE!  

    Accessing your child’s teacher web pages continues to be encouraged, but it is not necessary for parents and students to go to multiple teacher web pages to find daily class assignments.  Now, all of your child’s teachers enter their assignments on one page which is updated daily by 3:00PM. This page can help to verify what your students are telling you. In fact, this assignment page for parents is exactly the same page that students view during our Period 8 Extension time (see below ☺).

    An added benefit:  In the event of a student absence, parents and students (at, or after, 3:00PM) can see all of the assignments missed that day.  Missing more than one day, or needing to see an assignment from the day before? No problem! The document allows parents and students to view assignments for every day of that given week.  Simply click on the week of interest and then click on the “tab” of the particular day of interest. All of your child’s assignments from all of your child’s teachers will appear on that one page.

    However, I would be remiss if I didn’t encourage you to contact your child’s teachers directly whenever you have any questions or concerns.  We want to partner with you!

    PERIOD 8 EXTENSION

    BCMS employs a strategy to help improve our daily homework/classroom assignment communication between the classroom teacher and the student as well as the school and home.  Please click here  to learn more about how you can access information regarding your student’s daily class/homework assignments!

    THE LAST WORD ON HOMEWORK . . . WHAT THE RESEARCH SAYS

    Research suggests that the amount of time that a student spends on homework should be reflective of the student’s current grade level equivalent to ten minutes per grade level.  For example: 1st grade=10 minutes; 3rd grade=30 minutes.  For BCMS students, homework is assigned according to the following parameters:  6th grade = 60 minutes; 7th grade = 70 minutes; 8th grade = 80 minutes.  Teachers work collectively as a grade level to ascertain how much is being assigned.  If a student is spending too much, or too little, time on homework, please call or E-mail us.  We value your input.

    Click here to find additional information as to the benefits of homework and what you can do as a parent to help provide guidance and structure for your child’s homework assignments. 

    MAY 2019 . . . THE CLASS OF 2023 . . . AND WASHINGTON, D.C.

    Brownstown Central Middle School, in partnership with Seymour Middle School, is scheduled to take interested students of this year’s 8th grade class, the Class of 2023, to Washington DC the dates of May 15th – 19th, 2019.  A mandatory Washington, D.C. parent informational meeting is scheduled for this Tuesday evening, August 14th, from 6:00PM-7:30PM in the BCMS gymnasium for any 8th grade student interested in participating in the class trip.  

    Parents and students will learn about the tentative trip itinerary, trip qualifying “criteria” for students, pricing, and an optional fundraising opportunities that is available.

    It is the continued intention of both schools to make this class trip an annual joint venture/offering.  In light if this, any parent(s) of interested 6th and 7th grade students are also invited to attend the information meeting.  Parents and students can begin to learn about the trip and attending 6th and 7th grade students may participate in the fundraising opportunity this year for the purpose of applying any profits earned towards their own future trip expense.

    We hope to see you Tuesday evening!

    BCMS ATHLETIC . . . GETTING GOING, Submitted by:  Mr. Young BCMS Athletic Director

    Sporting events this week:

    Thursday, August 16
    • 6/7/8 Volleyball vs Silver Creek- HOME
    Saturday, August 18
    • 7/8 Volleyball @ Silver Creek Round Robin- AWAY
    Keep up-to-date with BCMS Athletics on Twitter: @btown_ms

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

    Things turn out best for the people who make the best of the way things turn out.” - John Wooden

    THIS WEEK’S BRAVE QUOTE:

    “People may doubt what you say, but they will believe what you do.”

    THIS WEEK’S PROJECT WISDOM THEME:  

    “Choices:  Choosing What’s Right”

    Until next week,

    McClure

    Last Week

    Mr. McClure's Weekly Blog

    Week of:  August 6 -10

    Week #1

    I would like to begin by thanking you for visiting our school’s website and welcoming you to the start of the 2018-2019 school year.  It is my pleasure to greet you, and it is my hope that you will make it a point to visit our school’s website weekly to view school announcements and to find out about scheduled school activities.  

    Through our website you can also have access to your child’s homework assignments (in the event of an absence), find information regarding your child’s overall school attendance, his/her discipline, and grades.  You will also find weekly reflections from me and members of the teaching faculty that are posted each Monday morning.

    We are privileged to be given this opportunity to work with your child this school year.  Whether your child is a 6th, 7th, or 8th grader, whether he or she is returning to the school this year or starting as a new student, your child, and his/her experience at BCMS this year, is very important to us.  Whether it is academic, athletic, or personal, we want to insure that this year is a year of positive academic and pro-social growth for your child. There will be some hard work involved, but we remain committed to working with you for your child’s healthy development.  We welcome, and thank you for, your partnership with us.

    It is our hope that you and your child will view the challenges and the work ahead just as we do . . . as opportunities. ☺

    THE THREE R’s

    Please allow me to begin this first “Principal’s Post” by expressing how privileged and fortunate I am to be given this opportunity to work with your child this year.  On behalf of the entire Brownstown Central Middle School staff, I pledge to you our commitment in partnering together in your child’s education this upcoming school year.  With high stakes testing and student achievement accountability being a reality for our community, our schools, our families, and our children, now is the time for us to resolve, again, our joint purpose . . . the psychological, emotional, physical, and cognitive maturing and well-being of our children.

    Before becoming the principal at Brownstown Central Middle three years ago, I was principal for six years at Seymour Middle School, and an assistant principal at Seymour High School for ten years prior to that.  In my experience at the high school level, I formed an acute perspective of what character, social and educational traits our students require when leaving the middle school in order to be successful at the high school level.  These traits can be summarized in three words:  Respect, Responsibility, and Resourcefulness.  

    These essential qualities are the “pillars” upon which we will build the middle school experience, climate, and culture for our students.  And, we will need your partnership in reinforcing these principles.  (In upcoming weeks I will share why these traits are crucial to your child’s success and how we can work together to instill and develop the “Three R’s” in them.)

    When you visited the middle school last week during orientation, I hope you noticed the banners throughout the building.  These visual reminders will greet the students each day reinforcing these principles throughout the year.

    In addition, each week we will have, and post, a “BRAVE Quote” for that week.  As speaker Zig Ziglar once said, “If you put the good stuff in you’ll get the good stuff out.”  The weekly BRAVE Quotes are another way in which we put the “good stuff in.”  I encourage you to talk to your child as to what each week’s quote means to them . . . and to you!  

    This week’s BRAVE Quote:  “I'll go anywhere as long as it's forward.”  David Livingstone

    To further reinforce “the good stuff in” concept, we utilize the “Project Wisdom – Helping Students Make Wiser Choices” program.  Each morning I welcome the students to school by leading in the recitation of the Pledge of Allegiance, observing a moment of silence, and reading the Project Wisdom “Daily Message” for that day via the public address system.  The daily messages will follow an overall weekly theme.  Examples of weekly themes include:  “Choices,” “Conscience and Character,” “Courage and Confidence,” “Courtesy and Manners.”

    This week’s opening Project Wisdom theme:  “First Week of School:  Education”

    These are just a few strategies we will implement this year to reinforce our collective purpose.  

    Thank you for ALL that you will do to support your child and our work with him/her this year.  It is going to be a great year, and we can’t wait to get started!

    FOLLOW BCM-“US” ON TWITTER!

    Again this year, BCMS will be “tweeting!”  We want you be aware of the GREAT things we have going on the entire year through!  If you are interested in receiving our BCMS tweets . . . we encourage you to follow us @BCGROWINGBRAVE!!

    MAY 2019 . . . THE CLASS OF 2023 . . . AND WASHINGTON DC

    Brownstown Central Middle School, in partnership with Seymour Middle School, is scheduled to take interested students of this year’s 8th grade class, the Class of 2023, to Washington DC the dates of May 15th – 19th, 2019.  A Washington DC parent informational meeting is scheduled for next Tuesday evening, August 14th, from 6:00PM-7:30PM in the BCMS gymnasium.  Any parent(s) of an interested 8th grade student are required to attend.  Parents and students will learn about the tentative trip itinerary, trip qualifying “criteria” for students, pricing, and an optional fundraising opportunities that is available.

    It is the continued intention of both schools to make this class trip an annual joint venture/offering.  In light if this, any parent(s) of interested 6th and 7th grade students are also invited to attend the information meeting.  Parents and students can begin to learn about the trip and attending 6th and 7th grade students may participate in the fundraising opportunity this year for the purpose of applying any profits earned towards their own future trip expense.

    2018-2019 BROWNSTOWN CENTRAL MIDDLE SCHOOL SCHOOL CALENDAR

    To view important dates as they pertain to the 2018-2019 Brownstown Central Community School Corporation school calendar, please click here.

    BCMS ATHLETIC . . . GETTING GOING
    Submitted by:  Mr. YoungBCMS Athletic Director

    Sporting events this week:
    • 7/8 Football- Daily 3:30-5:30
    • 6/7/8 Volleyball- Practice starts Wednesday After School until 5:00
    • Boys Tennis- Check announcements for practice schedule
    • Coed Cross Country- Practice continues Tuesday after school until 4:30
    Keep up-to-date with BCMS Athletics on Twitter: @btown_ms

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

    Things turn out best for the people who make the best of the way things turn out.” - John Wooden

    Until next week,

    Mr. McClure

    Lunch Menu

    Homework

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

    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:  August 13-17

      Week 2

      “The Principal’s Post”

      Beginning the school year is always exciting, and we could not have been more pleased with our start.  As we enter our first full week we know that our work last week was only a preamble to all that remains for us to accomplish together this year.  

      What is always encouraging in starting a new year is the good will shared by all.  My charge to the students and staff alike is to endeavor to exercise that good will the whole year through.  If we stick to our Three R’s, we’ll be in an excellent position to do just that. 

      In visiting the sixth grade hall this past week, I am always reminded that even in the “small” tasks . . . learning to open a locker for the first time . . . confidences can be built and helping hands extended.  

      It is very important for us as a school family to set the right tone, from the very first day of school, for success.  Parents, your cooperation and partnership has helped us to set that tone. Thank you!! 

      YOU WILL HAVE HOMEWORK!

      As mentioned at the 6th Grade Back-to-School night orientation, and as the 7th and 8th grade students know, your student should begin bringing home school work on a regular basis to complete as homework.  

      Brownstown Central Middle School believes that learning occurs not only in the classroom by means of teacher instruction, but through student practice, repetition, and reinforcement of those classroom lesson concepts.  Our students engage in athletic practice, and rightly so, throughout the year. We believe that they should also be engaged in academic practice. 

      The best way for our school to insure the optimal benefits for your child’s education is to provide your child the opportunities to practice and reinforce those lesson concepts at home that he/she learns at school.  

      If your child says that he/she doesn’t have homework and/or tells you that they finished all their homework “at school,” and this response persists, you have our permission to be suspicious.  ☺  

      We have a homework assignment portal for students and parents to access assignments, ALL CLASS ASSIGNMENTS, EVERY DAY, EACH DAY, ALL YEAR, ALL ON ONE PAGE!  

      Accessing your child’s teacher web pages continues to be encouraged, but it is not necessary for parents and students to go to multiple teacher web pages to find daily class assignments.  Now, all of your child’s teachers enter their assignments on one page which is updated daily by 3:00PM. This page can help to verify what your students are telling you. In fact, this assignment page for parents is exactly the same page that students view during our Period 8 Extension time (see below ☺).

      An added benefit:  In the event of a student absence, parents and students (at, or after, 3:00PM) can see all of the assignments missed that day.  Missing more than one day, or needing to see an assignment from the day before? No problem! The document allows parents and students to view assignments for every day of that given week.  Simply click on the week of interest and then click on the “tab” of the particular day of interest. All of your child’s assignments from all of your child’s teachers will appear on that one page.

      However, I would be remiss if I didn’t encourage you to contact your child’s teachers directly whenever you have any questions or concerns.  We want to partner with you!

      PERIOD 8 EXTENSION

      BCMS employs a strategy to help improve our daily homework/classroom assignment communication between the classroom teacher and the student as well as the school and home.  Please click here  to learn more about how you can access information regarding your student’s daily class/homework assignments!

      THE LAST WORD ON HOMEWORK . . . WHAT THE RESEARCH SAYS

      Research suggests that the amount of time that a student spends on homework should be reflective of the student’s current grade level equivalent to ten minutes per grade level.  For example: 1st grade=10 minutes; 3rd grade=30 minutes.  For BCMS students, homework is assigned according to the following parameters:  6th grade = 60 minutes; 7th grade = 70 minutes; 8th grade = 80 minutes.  Teachers work collectively as a grade level to ascertain how much is being assigned.  If a student is spending too much, or too little, time on homework, please call or E-mail us.  We value your input.

      Click here to find additional information as to the benefits of homework and what you can do as a parent to help provide guidance and structure for your child’s homework assignments. 

      MAY 2019 . . . THE CLASS OF 2023 . . . AND WASHINGTON, D.C.

      Brownstown Central Middle School, in partnership with Seymour Middle School, is scheduled to take interested students of this year’s 8th grade class, the Class of 2023, to Washington DC the dates of May 15th – 19th, 2019.  A mandatory Washington, D.C. parent informational meeting is scheduled for this Tuesday evening, August 14th, from 6:00PM-7:30PM in the BCMS gymnasium for any 8th grade student interested in participating in the class trip.  

      Parents and students will learn about the tentative trip itinerary, trip qualifying “criteria” for students, pricing, and an optional fundraising opportunities that is available.

      It is the continued intention of both schools to make this class trip an annual joint venture/offering.  In light if this, any parent(s) of interested 6th and 7th grade students are also invited to attend the information meeting.  Parents and students can begin to learn about the trip and attending 6th and 7th grade students may participate in the fundraising opportunity this year for the purpose of applying any profits earned towards their own future trip expense.

      We hope to see you Tuesday evening!

      BCMS ATHLETIC . . . GETTING GOING, Submitted by:  Mr. Young BCMS Athletic Director

      Sporting events this week:

      Thursday, August 16
      • 6/7/8 Volleyball vs Silver Creek- HOME
      Saturday, August 18
      • 7/8 Volleyball @ Silver Creek Round Robin- AWAY
      Keep up-to-date with BCMS Athletics on Twitter: @btown_ms

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

      Things turn out best for the people who make the best of the way things turn out.” - John Wooden

      THIS WEEK’S BRAVE QUOTE:

      “People may doubt what you say, but they will believe what you do.”

      THIS WEEK’S PROJECT WISDOM THEME:  

      “Choices:  Choosing What’s Right”

      Until next week,

      McClure
    • Mr. McClure's Weekly Blog

      Week of:  August 6 -10

      Week #1

      I would like to begin by thanking you for visiting our school’s website and welcoming you to the start of the 2018-2019 school year.  It is my pleasure to greet you, and it is my hope that you will make it a point to visit our school’s website weekly to view school announcements and to find out about scheduled school activities.  

      Through our website you can also have access to your child’s homework assignments (in the event of an absence), find information regarding your child’s overall school attendance, his/her discipline, and grades.  You will also find weekly reflections from me and members of the teaching faculty that are posted each Monday morning.

      We are privileged to be given this opportunity to work with your child this school year.  Whether your child is a 6th, 7th, or 8th grader, whether he or she is returning to the school this year or starting as a new student, your child, and his/her experience at BCMS this year, is very important to us.  Whether it is academic, athletic, or personal, we want to insure that this year is a year of positive academic and pro-social growth for your child. There will be some hard work involved, but we remain committed to working with you for your child’s healthy development.  We welcome, and thank you for, your partnership with us.

      It is our hope that you and your child will view the challenges and the work ahead just as we do . . . as opportunities. ☺

      THE THREE R’s

      Please allow me to begin this first “Principal’s Post” by expressing how privileged and fortunate I am to be given this opportunity to work with your child this year.  On behalf of the entire Brownstown Central Middle School staff, I pledge to you our commitment in partnering together in your child’s education this upcoming school year.  With high stakes testing and student achievement accountability being a reality for our community, our schools, our families, and our children, now is the time for us to resolve, again, our joint purpose . . . the psychological, emotional, physical, and cognitive maturing and well-being of our children.

      Before becoming the principal at Brownstown Central Middle three years ago, I was principal for six years at Seymour Middle School, and an assistant principal at Seymour High School for ten years prior to that.  In my experience at the high school level, I formed an acute perspective of what character, social and educational traits our students require when leaving the middle school in order to be successful at the high school level.  These traits can be summarized in three words:  Respect, Responsibility, and Resourcefulness.  

      These essential qualities are the “pillars” upon which we will build the middle school experience, climate, and culture for our students.  And, we will need your partnership in reinforcing these principles.  (In upcoming weeks I will share why these traits are crucial to your child’s success and how we can work together to instill and develop the “Three R’s” in them.)

      When you visited the middle school last week during orientation, I hope you noticed the banners throughout the building.  These visual reminders will greet the students each day reinforcing these principles throughout the year.

      In addition, each week we will have, and post, a “BRAVE Quote” for that week.  As speaker Zig Ziglar once said, “If you put the good stuff in you’ll get the good stuff out.”  The weekly BRAVE Quotes are another way in which we put the “good stuff in.”  I encourage you to talk to your child as to what each week’s quote means to them . . . and to you!  

      This week’s BRAVE Quote:  “I'll go anywhere as long as it's forward.”  David Livingstone

      To further reinforce “the good stuff in” concept, we utilize the “Project Wisdom – Helping Students Make Wiser Choices” program.  Each morning I welcome the students to school by leading in the recitation of the Pledge of Allegiance, observing a moment of silence, and reading the Project Wisdom “Daily Message” for that day via the public address system.  The daily messages will follow an overall weekly theme.  Examples of weekly themes include:  “Choices,” “Conscience and Character,” “Courage and Confidence,” “Courtesy and Manners.”

      This week’s opening Project Wisdom theme:  “First Week of School:  Education”

      These are just a few strategies we will implement this year to reinforce our collective purpose.  

      Thank you for ALL that you will do to support your child and our work with him/her this year.  It is going to be a great year, and we can’t wait to get started!

      FOLLOW BCM-“US” ON TWITTER!

      Again this year, BCMS will be “tweeting!”  We want you be aware of the GREAT things we have going on the entire year through!  If you are interested in receiving our BCMS tweets . . . we encourage you to follow us @BCGROWINGBRAVE!!

      MAY 2019 . . . THE CLASS OF 2023 . . . AND WASHINGTON DC

      Brownstown Central Middle School, in partnership with Seymour Middle School, is scheduled to take interested students of this year’s 8th grade class, the Class of 2023, to Washington DC the dates of May 15th – 19th, 2019.  A Washington DC parent informational meeting is scheduled for next Tuesday evening, August 14th, from 6:00PM-7:30PM in the BCMS gymnasium.  Any parent(s) of an interested 8th grade student are required to attend.  Parents and students will learn about the tentative trip itinerary, trip qualifying “criteria” for students, pricing, and an optional fundraising opportunities that is available.

      It is the continued intention of both schools to make this class trip an annual joint venture/offering.  In light if this, any parent(s) of interested 6th and 7th grade students are also invited to attend the information meeting.  Parents and students can begin to learn about the trip and attending 6th and 7th grade students may participate in the fundraising opportunity this year for the purpose of applying any profits earned towards their own future trip expense.

      2018-2019 BROWNSTOWN CENTRAL MIDDLE SCHOOL SCHOOL CALENDAR

      To view important dates as they pertain to the 2018-2019 Brownstown Central Community School Corporation school calendar, please click here.

      BCMS ATHLETIC . . . GETTING GOING
      Submitted by:  Mr. YoungBCMS Athletic Director

      Sporting events this week:
      • 7/8 Football- Daily 3:30-5:30
      • 6/7/8 Volleyball- Practice starts Wednesday After School until 5:00
      • Boys Tennis- Check announcements for practice schedule
      • Coed Cross Country- Practice continues Tuesday after school until 4:30
      Keep up-to-date with BCMS Athletics on Twitter: @btown_ms

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

      Things turn out best for the people who make the best of the way things turn out.” - John Wooden

      Until next week,

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

      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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