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    Mr. McClure's Weekly Blog
    Week of:  January 20 - 24
    Week 22
    “The Principal’s Post”

    PLEASE NOTE – Monday, January 20th is a scheduled Snow Make-Up Day.  Due to the inclement weather school cancellation on Tuesday, December 17, 2019, BCCSC schools WILL BE in session today (Monday, January 20th).  

    MONDAY IS A 20!
    This reminder for BCMS students to wear their BCMS 20/20 V.I.S.I.O.N. tee shirt Monday, January 20th! 

    BCMS GRADE 6 PARENT 1:1 INFORMATION NIGHT!
    BCMS is excited to announce that the Class of 2026 (our current Grade 6 students) has been selected to pilot our corporation technology 1:1 device initiative for Trimester 3!  (Trimester 3 begins on Tuesday, February 18th.) 

    Next Tuesday evening, January 28th, BCMS is hosting an Information Night for parents of our 6th Grade students to help explain the initiative and answer any related questions regarding what their children can expect when being assigned a Chromebook for Trimester 3.  Please click here for an advanced view of the invitation that will be sent home with 6th grade students this week.

    And although this is a 6th Grade pilot for Trimester 3, we would like to invite any BCMS parent who is interested in learning more about what all BCMS students will experience in August.

    Many decisions are being made as it relates to the initiative, and preparations are currently underway to insure a successful pilot.  What we learn throughout the Trimester 3 pilot will help inform our corporation rollout (grades 5-12) to start the 2020-2021 school year.

    We hope you will be able to join us! 

    CLASS OF 2024 . . . 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 2024 . . . 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 1, 2020.  Click here to view the informational letter that went home with the students of the Class of 2024 last week.

    BCMS DECEMBER STUDENT OF THE MONTH
    On the evening of January 14th, at the regular school board meeting of school trustees, Brownstown Central Middle School recognized Madison Bennett as the BCMS December Brave 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 Madison’s teachers had to say about her selection:  “The Sixth Grade team is proud of our first student of the month for 2020. While several students were mentioned as good candidates, Madison Bennett stood out as an exemplar demonstrating our BCMS V.I.S.I.O.N. Madison has a desire to do well, not only because it is expected of her, but also because she has an innate desire to do well for herself. If she makes a mistake, she perseveres without getting frustrated or annoyed that she has to try again. She is diligent and meticulous in improving whenever possible. While Madison is a very quiet young lady she is willing to help and lead others to better themselves as well. In the classroom, she is focused, ready at all times and always uses her time wisely. Madison can be counted on to be honest and responsible and is a pleasure to have in class. She is dedicated to being the best version of herself, and puts a great amount of effort into everything she does. With her work ethic and reliability, there is no doubt that Madison is going to go far!”

    CONGRATULATIONS, Madison!! 

    BCMS SPELLING BEE - Round 1
    Submitted by Ms. Ault, Librarian

    Congratulations to the following students who received an invitation to Round 2 since they scored in the Top 7 for their grade level. Round 2 will take place during period 3 on Thursday. The BCMS Winner and the 1st Runner Up, will participate in the Jackson County Spelling Bee which takes place at Luthern Central on Thursday, January 30, at 1:00 pm.

    Grade 6 Grade 7 Grade 8
    Banta, Kaylee
    Bennett, Madison
    Bowman, Kayla
    Smith, Taylor
    Pitts, Joanna
    Lutes, Atticus
    Davis, Floyd


    Derringer, Haley
    Bohn, Jake
    Ratliff, Shane
    Luther, Hunger
    Killey, Grant
    Zumhingst, Cash
    Ratliff, Chance
    Bogard, Isaiah
    Blackburn, Cody
    Pearson, Jayron
    Blann, Brady
    Penn, Spencer
    Herzner, Mark
    Autry, E.J.
    Wynn, Conner
    Bowman, Haley



    NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC BEE - Round 1
    Submitted by Ms. Ault, Librarian

    Congratulations to the following students who will move on to Round 2 since they scored in the Top 7 for their grade level. Round 2 will take place during period 6 on Thursday. The BCMS Champion from Round 2 will take an online test to determine if he or she will be invited to participate in the State Competition later in March.

    Grade 6 Grade 7 Grade 8
    Stuckwisch, Sloan
    Mull, Gage
    Lilly, Austin
    Smith, Taylor
    Skaggs, Kate
    Sheffer, Micah
    Rascoe, Conner
    Johnson, Jaxson
    Downing, Collin

    Derringer, Haley
    Brown, Bella
    Bohn, Jake
    Hackman, Smith
    Burton, Brynn
    Blackburn, Cody
    Schneider, Evan



    Blann, Brady
    Geswein, Logan
    Burnside, Cody
    Autry, E.J.
    Perkinson, Lauren
    VonDielingen, Megan
    Pearson, Jayron
    Herzner, Mark




    BCMS ATHLETIC UPDATES

    Submitted by:  Mr. Young, BCMS Athletic Director

    Sporting events this week:

    Monday, January 20
    • 7/8 Girls Basketball vs Seymour- AWAY
    • 7/8 Boys Basketball vs Scottsburg-HOME
    • 6 Girls Basketball vs Scottsburg- AWAY

    Tuesday, January 21
    • 7/8 Girls Basketball vs East Washington- HOME
    Thursday, January 23
    • 7/8 Boys Basketball vs Crothersville-HOME
    • 7/8 Girls Basketball vs Salem-AWAY

    Saturday, January 25
    • 7/8 Boys Basketball at Salem- MSC Tourney
    • 7/8 Girls Basketball at Salem- MSC Tourney
    • 6 Boys vs St. Vincent Bedford- HOME
    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

    2020 ILEARN TEST COUNTER
    This week:  T-minus 61, 60, 59, 58, 57

    THIS WEEK’S BRAVE V.I.S.I.O.N. QUOTE:
    “Chase the vision, not the money."  - Tony Hsieh

    THIS WEEK’S PROJECT WISDOM THEME:  
    “Overcoming Obstacles with Positive Action”


    Until next week,

    Last Week

    Mr. McClure's Weekly Blog
    Week of:  January 13 - 17
    Week 21
    “The Principal’s Post” 

    PLEASE NOTE – Monday, January 20th is a scheduled Snow Make-Up Day.  Due to the inclement weather school cancellation on Tuesday, December 17, 2019, BCCSC schools WILL BE in session next Monday, January 20th. 

     MONDAY IS A 20!
    This reminder for BCMS students to wear their BCMS 20/20 V.I.S.I.O.N. tee shirt next Monday, January 20th! 

     BCMS GRADE 6 PARENT 1:1 INFORMATION NIGHT!
    BCMS is excited to announce that the Class of 2026 (our current Grade 6 students) has been selected to pilot our corporation technology 1:1 device initiative for Trimester 3!  (Trimester 3 begins on Tuesday, February 18th.) 

    On the evening of Tuesday, January 28th, BCMS is hosting an Information Night for parents of our 6th Grade students to help explain the initiative and answer any related questions regarding what their children can expect when being assigned a Chromebook for Trimester 3.  Please click here for an advanced view of the invitation that will be sent home with 6th grade students next week.

    And although this is a 6th Grade pilot for Trimester 3, we would like to invite any BCMS parent who is interested in learning more about what all BCMS students will experience in August.

    Many decisions are being made as it relates to the initiative, and preparations are currently underway to insure a successful pilot.  What we learn throughout the Trimester 3 pilot will help inform our corporation rollout (grades 5-12) to start the 2020-2021 school year.

    We hope you will be able to join us! 

     WASHINGTON, D.C. PAYMENT ALERT
    8th grade BCMS student Washington, D.C. trip registrants are reminded that the third payment ($275) is due this Wednesday, January 17th.  Please note that all trip payments are made directly to Brightspark, not BCMS. 

     SIXTH LEVEL REVIEW REWARD ACTIVITY
    As mentioned last week, those students earning “on-level” status for the sixth level review period (December 2nd – December 20th) enjoyed treats and/or recreation time as grade levels the afternoon of Friday, January 10th.

    And, here are the number of BCMS students that are participating in the sixth on-level reward activity:
    • Grade 6:  71 “on-level” / 121 6th graders enrolled = 59%
    • Grade 7:  87 “on-level” / 124 7th graders enrolled = 70%
    • Grade 8:  78 “on-level”/ 130 8th graders enrolled = 60%
    • All grades:  236 “on-level” / 375 BCMS students = 63%

    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.

    2019-2020 All Current Grades On-Level History Report
    Entire School On-Level History Report (2014-2015 thru 2019-2020)
    Grade 6 On-Level History Report (Class of 2021 – Class of 2026)
    Grade 7 On-Level History Report (Class of 2020 – Class of 2025)
    Grade 8 On-Level History Report (Class of 2019 – Class of 2024)

    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 21” of the school year, we are already starting “week 2” in the seventh level review period. 

    DAILY HABITS . . . DAILY RESULTS! 

    BRAVE BOTICS: - Another State Qualifier Added
    Submitted by Ms. Ault, Brave Botics Coach


    Five Brave Botics Teams competed in tournament play on Saturday, January 11 with 46 other middle school teams from around the state. In Qualification Rounds, our team finished as listed.
    • Team G (Colton Whittymore, Conner Wynn, Luke Imlay) - 5th place
    • Team A ( Mason Short, Quincy Weddell) - 11th place
    • Team H (Cody Blackburn, Will Baker) - 21st place
    • Team E (Brynn Burton, Joanna Pitts) - 27th place
    • Team C (Cody Burnside, Dustin Brewer, Alli Dillard - 29th place
    Based on rankings from Qualifications, the Top 20 teams then moved on to compete as alliances in Final Round Competition. At the end of the 10 Finals matches with a score of 110 points, BCMS Team G in alliance with a team from Stinesville, was tied with a team from Immanuel Lutheran who was playing in alliance with a team from Greenwood. In the final tiebreaking matches, BCMS Team G and their partners scored 109 points beating the other alliance who only scored 26 points.

    With this Teamwork Challenge victory, Colton, Conner and Luke will be competing in VEX IQ State Competition on March 7th at Lucas Oil Stadium along with Team C (Cody, Dustin, Alli) who has already qualified for state. Great job, Team G!

    IMG 2770


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

    Sporting events this week:

    Monday, January 13
    • 7/8 Boys Basketball vs Oolitic- AWAY
    • 6 Boys Basketball vs Austin- HOME
    • 6 Girls Basketball vs Austin- VALLONIA

    Tuesday, January 14

    • 6 Boys Basketball vs Bedford- VALLONIA
    • 7/8 Girls Basketball vs Brown County- HOME
    • 7/8 Boys Basketball vs West Washington- AWAY

    Thursday, January 16

    • 7/8 Girls Basketball vs Shawswick- AWAY
    • 7/8 Boys Basketball vs Seymour- HOME

    Saturday, January 18

    • 6 Boys Basketball at Brown County Invite
    Keep up-to-date with BCMS Athletics on Twitter: @btown_ms
    Great job athletes! Keep working hard in the classroom & on the court!
    “It’s hard to beat a person who never gives up”- Babe Ruth

    2020 ILEARN TEST COUNTER
    This week:  T-minus 66, 68, 64, 63, 62 

    THIS WEEK’S BRAVE V.I.S.I.O.N. QUOTE:
    “Where there is no vision, there is no hope.” - George Washington Carver

    THIS WEEK’S PROJECT WISDOM THEME:  
    “Making a Difference by Being our Best”


    Until next week,

    Lunch Menu

    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
      Week of:  January 20 - 24
      Week 22
      “The Principal’s Post”

      PLEASE NOTE – Monday, January 20th is a scheduled Snow Make-Up Day.  Due to the inclement weather school cancellation on Tuesday, December 17, 2019, BCCSC schools WILL BE in session today (Monday, January 20th).  

      MONDAY IS A 20!
      This reminder for BCMS students to wear their BCMS 20/20 V.I.S.I.O.N. tee shirt Monday, January 20th! 

      BCMS GRADE 6 PARENT 1:1 INFORMATION NIGHT!
      BCMS is excited to announce that the Class of 2026 (our current Grade 6 students) has been selected to pilot our corporation technology 1:1 device initiative for Trimester 3!  (Trimester 3 begins on Tuesday, February 18th.) 

      Next Tuesday evening, January 28th, BCMS is hosting an Information Night for parents of our 6th Grade students to help explain the initiative and answer any related questions regarding what their children can expect when being assigned a Chromebook for Trimester 3.  Please click here for an advanced view of the invitation that will be sent home with 6th grade students this week.

      And although this is a 6th Grade pilot for Trimester 3, we would like to invite any BCMS parent who is interested in learning more about what all BCMS students will experience in August.

      Many decisions are being made as it relates to the initiative, and preparations are currently underway to insure a successful pilot.  What we learn throughout the Trimester 3 pilot will help inform our corporation rollout (grades 5-12) to start the 2020-2021 school year.

      We hope you will be able to join us! 

      CLASS OF 2024 . . . 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 2024 . . . 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 1, 2020.  Click here to view the informational letter that went home with the students of the Class of 2024 last week.

      BCMS DECEMBER STUDENT OF THE MONTH
      On the evening of January 14th, at the regular school board meeting of school trustees, Brownstown Central Middle School recognized Madison Bennett as the BCMS December Brave 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 Madison’s teachers had to say about her selection:  “The Sixth Grade team is proud of our first student of the month for 2020. While several students were mentioned as good candidates, Madison Bennett stood out as an exemplar demonstrating our BCMS V.I.S.I.O.N. Madison has a desire to do well, not only because it is expected of her, but also because she has an innate desire to do well for herself. If she makes a mistake, she perseveres without getting frustrated or annoyed that she has to try again. She is diligent and meticulous in improving whenever possible. While Madison is a very quiet young lady she is willing to help and lead others to better themselves as well. In the classroom, she is focused, ready at all times and always uses her time wisely. Madison can be counted on to be honest and responsible and is a pleasure to have in class. She is dedicated to being the best version of herself, and puts a great amount of effort into everything she does. With her work ethic and reliability, there is no doubt that Madison is going to go far!”

      CONGRATULATIONS, Madison!! 

      BCMS SPELLING BEE - Round 1
      Submitted by Ms. Ault, Librarian

      Congratulations to the following students who received an invitation to Round 2 since they scored in the Top 7 for their grade level. Round 2 will take place during period 3 on Thursday. The BCMS Winner and the 1st Runner Up, will participate in the Jackson County Spelling Bee which takes place at Luthern Central on Thursday, January 30, at 1:00 pm.

      Grade 6 Grade 7 Grade 8
      Banta, Kaylee
      Bennett, Madison
      Bowman, Kayla
      Smith, Taylor
      Pitts, Joanna
      Lutes, Atticus
      Davis, Floyd


      Derringer, Haley
      Bohn, Jake
      Ratliff, Shane
      Luther, Hunger
      Killey, Grant
      Zumhingst, Cash
      Ratliff, Chance
      Bogard, Isaiah
      Blackburn, Cody
      Pearson, Jayron
      Blann, Brady
      Penn, Spencer
      Herzner, Mark
      Autry, E.J.
      Wynn, Conner
      Bowman, Haley



      NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC BEE - Round 1
      Submitted by Ms. Ault, Librarian

      Congratulations to the following students who will move on to Round 2 since they scored in the Top 7 for their grade level. Round 2 will take place during period 6 on Thursday. The BCMS Champion from Round 2 will take an online test to determine if he or she will be invited to participate in the State Competition later in March.

      Grade 6 Grade 7 Grade 8
      Stuckwisch, Sloan
      Mull, Gage
      Lilly, Austin
      Smith, Taylor
      Skaggs, Kate
      Sheffer, Micah
      Rascoe, Conner
      Johnson, Jaxson
      Downing, Collin

      Derringer, Haley
      Brown, Bella
      Bohn, Jake
      Hackman, Smith
      Burton, Brynn
      Blackburn, Cody
      Schneider, Evan



      Blann, Brady
      Geswein, Logan
      Burnside, Cody
      Autry, E.J.
      Perkinson, Lauren
      VonDielingen, Megan
      Pearson, Jayron
      Herzner, Mark




      BCMS ATHLETIC UPDATES

      Submitted by:  Mr. Young, BCMS Athletic Director

      Sporting events this week:

      Monday, January 20
      • 7/8 Girls Basketball vs Seymour- AWAY
      • 7/8 Boys Basketball vs Scottsburg-HOME
      • 6 Girls Basketball vs Scottsburg- AWAY

      Tuesday, January 21
      • 7/8 Girls Basketball vs East Washington- HOME
      Thursday, January 23
      • 7/8 Boys Basketball vs Crothersville-HOME
      • 7/8 Girls Basketball vs Salem-AWAY

      Saturday, January 25
      • 7/8 Boys Basketball at Salem- MSC Tourney
      • 7/8 Girls Basketball at Salem- MSC Tourney
      • 6 Boys vs St. Vincent Bedford- HOME
      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

      2020 ILEARN TEST COUNTER
      This week:  T-minus 61, 60, 59, 58, 57

      THIS WEEK’S BRAVE V.I.S.I.O.N. QUOTE:
      “Chase the vision, not the money."  - Tony Hsieh

      THIS WEEK’S PROJECT WISDOM THEME:  
      “Overcoming Obstacles with Positive Action”


      Until next week,
    • Mr. McClure's Weekly Blog
      Week of:  January 13 - 17
      Week 21
      “The Principal’s Post” 

      PLEASE NOTE – Monday, January 20th is a scheduled Snow Make-Up Day.  Due to the inclement weather school cancellation on Tuesday, December 17, 2019, BCCSC schools WILL BE in session next Monday, January 20th. 

       MONDAY IS A 20!
      This reminder for BCMS students to wear their BCMS 20/20 V.I.S.I.O.N. tee shirt next Monday, January 20th! 

       BCMS GRADE 6 PARENT 1:1 INFORMATION NIGHT!
      BCMS is excited to announce that the Class of 2026 (our current Grade 6 students) has been selected to pilot our corporation technology 1:1 device initiative for Trimester 3!  (Trimester 3 begins on Tuesday, February 18th.) 

      On the evening of Tuesday, January 28th, BCMS is hosting an Information Night for parents of our 6th Grade students to help explain the initiative and answer any related questions regarding what their children can expect when being assigned a Chromebook for Trimester 3.  Please click here for an advanced view of the invitation that will be sent home with 6th grade students next week.

      And although this is a 6th Grade pilot for Trimester 3, we would like to invite any BCMS parent who is interested in learning more about what all BCMS students will experience in August.

      Many decisions are being made as it relates to the initiative, and preparations are currently underway to insure a successful pilot.  What we learn throughout the Trimester 3 pilot will help inform our corporation rollout (grades 5-12) to start the 2020-2021 school year.

      We hope you will be able to join us! 

       WASHINGTON, D.C. PAYMENT ALERT
      8th grade BCMS student Washington, D.C. trip registrants are reminded that the third payment ($275) is due this Wednesday, January 17th.  Please note that all trip payments are made directly to Brightspark, not BCMS. 

       SIXTH LEVEL REVIEW REWARD ACTIVITY
      As mentioned last week, those students earning “on-level” status for the sixth level review period (December 2nd – December 20th) enjoyed treats and/or recreation time as grade levels the afternoon of Friday, January 10th.

      And, here are the number of BCMS students that are participating in the sixth on-level reward activity:
      • Grade 6:  71 “on-level” / 121 6th graders enrolled = 59%
      • Grade 7:  87 “on-level” / 124 7th graders enrolled = 70%
      • Grade 8:  78 “on-level”/ 130 8th graders enrolled = 60%
      • All grades:  236 “on-level” / 375 BCMS students = 63%

      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.

      2019-2020 All Current Grades On-Level History Report
      Entire School On-Level History Report (2014-2015 thru 2019-2020)
      Grade 6 On-Level History Report (Class of 2021 – Class of 2026)
      Grade 7 On-Level History Report (Class of 2020 – Class of 2025)
      Grade 8 On-Level History Report (Class of 2019 – Class of 2024)

      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 21” of the school year, we are already starting “week 2” in the seventh level review period. 

      DAILY HABITS . . . DAILY RESULTS! 

      BRAVE BOTICS: - Another State Qualifier Added
      Submitted by Ms. Ault, Brave Botics Coach


      Five Brave Botics Teams competed in tournament play on Saturday, January 11 with 46 other middle school teams from around the state. In Qualification Rounds, our team finished as listed.
      • Team G (Colton Whittymore, Conner Wynn, Luke Imlay) - 5th place
      • Team A ( Mason Short, Quincy Weddell) - 11th place
      • Team H (Cody Blackburn, Will Baker) - 21st place
      • Team E (Brynn Burton, Joanna Pitts) - 27th place
      • Team C (Cody Burnside, Dustin Brewer, Alli Dillard - 29th place
      Based on rankings from Qualifications, the Top 20 teams then moved on to compete as alliances in Final Round Competition. At the end of the 10 Finals matches with a score of 110 points, BCMS Team G in alliance with a team from Stinesville, was tied with a team from Immanuel Lutheran who was playing in alliance with a team from Greenwood. In the final tiebreaking matches, BCMS Team G and their partners scored 109 points beating the other alliance who only scored 26 points.

      With this Teamwork Challenge victory, Colton, Conner and Luke will be competing in VEX IQ State Competition on March 7th at Lucas Oil Stadium along with Team C (Cody, Dustin, Alli) who has already qualified for state. Great job, Team G!

      IMG 2770


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

      Sporting events this week:

      Monday, January 13
      • 7/8 Boys Basketball vs Oolitic- AWAY
      • 6 Boys Basketball vs Austin- HOME
      • 6 Girls Basketball vs Austin- VALLONIA

      Tuesday, January 14

      • 6 Boys Basketball vs Bedford- VALLONIA
      • 7/8 Girls Basketball vs Brown County- HOME
      • 7/8 Boys Basketball vs West Washington- AWAY

      Thursday, January 16

      • 7/8 Girls Basketball vs Shawswick- AWAY
      • 7/8 Boys Basketball vs Seymour- HOME

      Saturday, January 18

      • 6 Boys Basketball at Brown County Invite
      Keep up-to-date with BCMS Athletics on Twitter: @btown_ms
      Great job athletes! Keep working hard in the classroom & on the court!
      “It’s hard to beat a person who never gives up”- Babe Ruth

      2020 ILEARN TEST COUNTER
      This week:  T-minus 66, 68, 64, 63, 62 

      THIS WEEK’S BRAVE V.I.S.I.O.N. QUOTE:
      “Where there is no vision, there is no hope.” - George Washington Carver

      THIS WEEK’S PROJECT WISDOM THEME:  
      “Making a Difference by Being our Best”


      Until next week,
    • 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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