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    UPDATE ANNOUNCEMENT (Monday, September 20th)

    NOTE:  Please use the BCCSC COVID Hotline (812-358-6222) for reporting symptoms and/or confirmed cases.

    BCCSC FOOD PANTRY

    On Monday, October 4th, from 4PM - 5:30PM, the BCCSC Food Pantry will be open for interested families.  The BCCSC food pantry is available to all students and their families in need. Please enter through the main entrance of BCHS. 

    MASKS RECOMMENDED

    At the Tuesday, September 14, 2021, BCCSC School Board Meeting, the corporation COVID-19 Reopening Plan was amended to require masks be worn inside school buildings when the Jackson County COVID-19 Advisory Level is RED.  

    As of Wednesday, September 22nd, Jackson County’s Advisory Level was downgraded to ORANGE.  Masks are no longer required to be worn by students and staff, but they are strongly recommended. 


    BCMS CLASS OF 2026 (GRADE 8) WASHINGTON, D.C. TRIP REGISTRATION

    The online registration for 8th grade BCMS students interested in attending the May 18-22, 2022, Washington, D.C. trip is currently open until Friday, October 15th.  Once trip registration reaches capacity (180), students will be placed on a waiting list.  Being on the waiting list will not guarantee trip participation.

    Registration information packets can be picked up in the main office.

    Students and parents are encouraged to view the trip informational video by clicking here.  (Additional information is also posted on Washington, D.C. web page.)

    Questions can be directed to Mr. McClure via email or by calling the school office. 

    Did you know? - Information pertaining to a child deemed a close contact while at school:

    Per Indiana statute, public schools are not permitted to inquire as to the vaccination status of students.  That does not prohibit parents from voluntarily providing that information.

    Regrettably, if your child is found to be a close contact to a BCMS student who was confirmed to have COVID, our district policy states that your child must quarantine for ten (10) days before returning to school unless he/she is fully vaccinated.  Verification of full vaccination must be presented.

    Should your child be fully-vaccinated he/she may avoid quarantining as a close contact and remain in school by providing proof of vaccination.

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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 Weekly Blog 
      “The Principal’s Post”

      UPDATE ANNOUNCEMENT (Monday, September 20th)

      NOTE:  Please use the BCCSC COVID Hotline (812-358-6222) for reporting symptoms and/or confirmed cases.

      BCCSC FOOD PANTRY

      On Monday, October 4th, from 4PM - 5:30PM, the BCCSC Food Pantry will be open for interested families.  The BCCSC food pantry is available to all students and their families in need. Please enter through the main entrance of BCHS. 

      MASKS RECOMMENDED

      At the Tuesday, September 14, 2021, BCCSC School Board Meeting, the corporation COVID-19 Reopening Plan was amended to require masks be worn inside school buildings when the Jackson County COVID-19 Advisory Level is RED.  

      As of Wednesday, September 22nd, Jackson County’s Advisory Level was downgraded to ORANGE.  Masks are no longer required to be worn by students and staff, but they are strongly recommended. 


      BCMS CLASS OF 2026 (GRADE 8) WASHINGTON, D.C. TRIP REGISTRATION

      The online registration for 8th grade BCMS students interested in attending the May 18-22, 2022, Washington, D.C. trip is currently open until Friday, October 15th.  Once trip registration reaches capacity (180), students will be placed on a waiting list.  Being on the waiting list will not guarantee trip participation.

      Registration information packets can be picked up in the main office.

      Students and parents are encouraged to view the trip informational video by clicking here.  (Additional information is also posted on Washington, D.C. web page.)

      Questions can be directed to Mr. McClure via email or by calling the school office. 

      Did you know? - Information pertaining to a child deemed a close contact while at school:

      Per Indiana statute, public schools are not permitted to inquire as to the vaccination status of students.  That does not prohibit parents from voluntarily providing that information.

      Regrettably, if your child is found to be a close contact to a BCMS student who was confirmed to have COVID, our district policy states that your child must quarantine for ten (10) days before returning to school unless he/she is fully vaccinated.  Verification of full vaccination must be presented.

      Should your child be fully-vaccinated he/she may avoid quarantining as a close contact and remain in school by providing proof of vaccination.

    • 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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