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    Welcome to Brownstown Central Middle School!

    BCMS Happenings

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

    UPDATE ANNOUNCEMENT (Monday, January 25th)

    CLASS OF 2025 BCHS SCHEDULING

    BCMS 8th grade students (Class of 2025) can expect to receive information related to the scheduling of their freshman BCHS classes this week.  Red Day students will receive a “scheduling packet” on Monday, January 25th.  Black Day students will receive their scheduling packet on Tuesday, January 26th.  8th grade virtual learning students will be sent a scheduling packet in the mail.

    Please note:  8th grade students need to complete this paperwork and return it to their respective TRIBE teacher by next Tuesday, February 2nd (Red Day students), or Wednesday, February 3rd (Black Day students).  

    Click here to see a copy of the letter being sent home with 8th graders this week.

    Click here to view an informational scheduling video from the BCHS guidance counselors.

    This Week’s 96.3 WJAA Student of the Week - BCMS Student:  Joe Waggoner

    BCMS 8th grader, Joe Waggoner, has been selected as this week’s 96.3 WJAA Student of the Week.  “Joe is a guy all about finding out what needs to happen and then making it happen.  When he comes in each day the first thing he looks for is a daily to do list.  Joe is not only great at getting things done, he helps others to complete their tasks also by offering information or encouragement as needed.  Joe does all this with a polite and respectful attitude.”

    CONGRATULATIONS, JOE!!!  BCMS IS PROUD OF YOU!!!

    INDIANA WINTERS . . . THE HYBRID SCHEDULE (RED/BLACK DAYS) . . . AND WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW IN THE EVENT OF AN INCLEMENT WEATHER SCHOOL CLOSING(S)

    We would like for parents and students to be aware of BCMS’ tentative plan in the event of an inclement weather school closing/cancellation.

    1)  If BCCSC schools are cancelled due to inclement weather, BCCSC schools will NOT institute a virtual learning day.  BCCSC schools will simply not be in session that day.  The missed day will be made up on a scheduled BCCSC snow makeup date.

    2)  If school is cancelled due to inclement weather (whether one or multiple consecutive days), the first day school reopens will be the scheduled hybrid day that was originally cancelled.  (The intent is not to have back-to-back Red or Black days as a result of a weather cancellation.)

    For example:  If school is closed on a "Red" Monday but school is able to reopen the following day, that day (Tuesday in this example) would be the "Red" day that was missed due to Monday’s cancellation.  The hybrid schedule would then “shift” in order to continue its Red/Black pattern from the reopening date. 

    3)  IF there are no school cancellations because of inclement weather, there will be no school on the next scheduled snow makeup date of Monday, February 15th.

    Clear as mud?!  Be looking to your favorite BCMS social media post (Remind, Twitter, Instagram, and/or Facebook) in the event of inclement weather for specific real time information.

    BCMS HYBRID SCHEDULE . . . GOING FORWARD

    Although it was our hope to return to daily in person instruction for all BCMS students as soon as possible, it have been decided that BCMS will remain in a Red Day/Black Day hybrid schedule through the end of Trimester 2 (Friday, February 19th).

    A decision about whether we will be able to resume daily in person instruction for all BCMS students to start Trimester 3 will be made in the coming weeks.  Should BCMS be given the permission to return to everyday in person learning at that time, students and parents will be notified.

    Click here for the hybrid schedule which includes the planned Red and Black days at BCMS to conclude Trimester 2.  

    Last Week

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

    Thank you for visiting the Brownstown Central Middle School Website.

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    Fulfill Your Potential

    To Fulfill Your Potential at BCMS, You Must:
    1. Behave in a manner appropriate for school
    2. Show respect for the people and property around you.
    3. Be in class every day with a positive attitude
    4. Come to class prepared with the appropriate materials
    5. Keep a folder, notebook, or binder for each class
    6. Update your agenda daily
    7. Complete daily assignments
    8. Participate in class discussions and activities
    9. Ask for extra help when needed.
    10. Study outside of school
    • Mr. McClure's Weekly Blog 
      “The Principal’s Post”

      UPDATE ANNOUNCEMENT (Monday, January 25th)

      CLASS OF 2025 BCHS SCHEDULING

      BCMS 8th grade students (Class of 2025) can expect to receive information related to the scheduling of their freshman BCHS classes this week.  Red Day students will receive a “scheduling packet” on Monday, January 25th.  Black Day students will receive their scheduling packet on Tuesday, January 26th.  8th grade virtual learning students will be sent a scheduling packet in the mail.

      Please note:  8th grade students need to complete this paperwork and return it to their respective TRIBE teacher by next Tuesday, February 2nd (Red Day students), or Wednesday, February 3rd (Black Day students).  

      Click here to see a copy of the letter being sent home with 8th graders this week.

      Click here to view an informational scheduling video from the BCHS guidance counselors.

      This Week’s 96.3 WJAA Student of the Week - BCMS Student:  Joe Waggoner

      BCMS 8th grader, Joe Waggoner, has been selected as this week’s 96.3 WJAA Student of the Week.  “Joe is a guy all about finding out what needs to happen and then making it happen.  When he comes in each day the first thing he looks for is a daily to do list.  Joe is not only great at getting things done, he helps others to complete their tasks also by offering information or encouragement as needed.  Joe does all this with a polite and respectful attitude.”

      CONGRATULATIONS, JOE!!!  BCMS IS PROUD OF YOU!!!

      INDIANA WINTERS . . . THE HYBRID SCHEDULE (RED/BLACK DAYS) . . . AND WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW IN THE EVENT OF AN INCLEMENT WEATHER SCHOOL CLOSING(S)

      We would like for parents and students to be aware of BCMS’ tentative plan in the event of an inclement weather school closing/cancellation.

      1)  If BCCSC schools are cancelled due to inclement weather, BCCSC schools will NOT institute a virtual learning day.  BCCSC schools will simply not be in session that day.  The missed day will be made up on a scheduled BCCSC snow makeup date.

      2)  If school is cancelled due to inclement weather (whether one or multiple consecutive days), the first day school reopens will be the scheduled hybrid day that was originally cancelled.  (The intent is not to have back-to-back Red or Black days as a result of a weather cancellation.)

      For example:  If school is closed on a "Red" Monday but school is able to reopen the following day, that day (Tuesday in this example) would be the "Red" day that was missed due to Monday’s cancellation.  The hybrid schedule would then “shift” in order to continue its Red/Black pattern from the reopening date. 

      3)  IF there are no school cancellations because of inclement weather, there will be no school on the next scheduled snow makeup date of Monday, February 15th.

      Clear as mud?!  Be looking to your favorite BCMS social media post (Remind, Twitter, Instagram, and/or Facebook) in the event of inclement weather for specific real time information.

      BCMS HYBRID SCHEDULE . . . GOING FORWARD

      Although it was our hope to return to daily in person instruction for all BCMS students as soon as possible, it have been decided that BCMS will remain in a Red Day/Black Day hybrid schedule through the end of Trimester 2 (Friday, February 19th).

      A decision about whether we will be able to resume daily in person instruction for all BCMS students to start Trimester 3 will be made in the coming weeks.  Should BCMS be given the permission to return to everyday in person learning at that time, students and parents will be notified.

      Click here for the hybrid schedule which includes the planned Red and Black days at BCMS to conclude Trimester 2.  

    • 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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