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    Mr. McClure's Summer Blog

    Summer Weeks of:  May 29 – July 20

    “The Principal’s Post”

    STUDENT AWARDS

    The end of school is always an exciting and “rewarding” time as we pause to recognize students for their attendance and academic achievements throughout the year.  We gathered to celebrate our achievements during our grade level award convocations. As part of our established yearly Honor Day award traditions, we award our “BCMS Three ‘R’ Awards.”

    Brownstown Central Middle School promotes the daily practice of our three core principles:  Respect, Responsibility and Resourcefulness. As these are the founding principles upon which student achievement and life success is built, we recognize three students each year from each of our grade level teams that have best demonstrated and modeled these qualities this school year.  

    As the “Three R Awards” are the top middle school awards given, I would like to recognize and thank these students for their efforts, example and leadership this year.

    Grade 6 – Class of 2024

    Respect – Kera Wischmeier

    Responsibility – Caiden Gwin

    Resourcefulness – Brandy Mikels

    Grade 7 – Class of 2023

    Respect – Emma Hughbanks

    Responsibility – Jackson Hartley

    Resourcefulness – Adam Schocke

    Grade 8 – Class of 2022

    Respect – Reanne Boknecht

    Responsibility – Grant Elliott

    Resourcefulness – Rebecca Edwards

    TRIMESTER THREE REPORT CARDS

    Year-end report cards were sent home with students last Friday, May 25th.  Parents who did not receive a copy of their student’s report card can request a copy by contacting the school.  

    SPRING 2018 ISTEP+ RESULTS

    Along with your student’s year-end report card, students were given an individualized/student specific “Claim Code” letter providing parents the needed security information to access their student’s Spring 2018 ISTEP+ results.

    Beginning on June 11, your BCMS student’s preliminary Spring 2018 ISTEP+ results will be available for you to review through the ISTEP+ Parent Portal.  Through the Parent Portal, you will be able to view your student’s score, performance level (Did Not Pass, Pass, or Pass+), and type-written responses to ISTEP+ Part 1 questions for each subject area test your student took.  After reviewing this information, you may also request that your student’s response to one or more questions be rescored from Monday, June 11, 2018 through Friday, June 22, 2018. The Parent Portal will, then, temporarily deactivate from June23 through July 25 for final results reporting.

    The ISTEP+ Parent Portal can be accessed at https://results.pearsonaccessnext.com/ using a standard web browser.  

    Final results are available on July 26, 2018.

    If you have any questions regarding this letter, or if you need another copy, please contact the school.

    Click here to view a Parent Portal Quick Guide to assist you with more information about navigating the Parent Portal site.

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

    BCMS is very excited to announce that for a third year we have entered into partnership with Seymour Middle School to offer next year’s 8th grade students their own opportunity at Washington, D.C.!

    What started with last year’s eighth grade class (Class of 2021) will continue next year with the Class of 2023.  They, too, will be given the opportunity to travel to our nation’s capital for this unique learning adventure.

    Interested incoming 8th grade students and parents can mark their calendars now with the dates of next year’s BCMS/SMS Washington, D.C. trip:  

    May 15 – May 19, 2019!!

    Additional information about pricing and trip “criteria” as it relates to student attendance, academics, and behavior went home with 7th grade students during the week of May 14th.  Click here to view a copy of that informational letter.

    Also, a Washington, D.C. web page link can be found to the right of this web page, as well as on Mr. McClure’s web page, for information and updates throughout the 2018-2019 school year as they relate to the 2019 trip.

    Thank you SMS, thank you Mr. Walker, and thank you to the Brownstown Central Community School Corporation school board of trustees, for again granting permission for this very special collaboration!

    FREE ATHLETIC PHYSICALS

    Click here to view a flyer for the free sports physicals that will be held at BCMS on Saturday, June 9, 2018.  Parents and athletes should note:  Starting in 2016, per the IHSAA, physicals may NO LONGER be signed by a Nurse Practitioner or Physician Assistant.

    TWO SUCCESSFUL BCMS INITIATIVES THIS YEAR THAT WILL CONTINUE IN THE YEAR TO COME!

    After surveying our students in the fall of 2016 and then hosting a series of discussions that began in January of 2017 and continued throughout the spring, students and teachers returned to the 2017-2018 school year with to two new school improvement initiatives that we believed would help increase the level of engagement for all stakeholders in our middle school community.  After this first year, we believe both initiatives have merit to continue in the coming year.

    Period 8 Extension

    The students’ regular daily schedule will end with a three (3) minute organizational time.  During the school day, teachers input daily assignments into that day’s BCMS “Homework Assignments” document that is made available for the students’ review during the three minute “Extension” period.  

    It will remain the practice of the classroom teacher to continue to assign homework at the end of the class period for students to note that homework assignment in their daily agenda.  But, the day’s end BCMS “Homework Assignments” document will allow students to make sure that they have accurately noted all their homework assignments for that day.

    The document is also available for parent information/view at dismissal each day on our school website.

    We received very favorable feedback that this was particularly helpful for those students absent from school on any given day to receive a complete listing of their assignments on the day(s) missed.

    Wednesday Enrichment Learning Periods

    One of the incentive strategies to promote student attendance and engagement was the implementation an enrichment learning experience for students each week.

    The co-equal purposes of the weekly enrichment learning period is to: 1) provide embedded learning time that will allow students the supervised opportunity to pursue subject matters of interest outside of the BCMS core curriculum, and 2) to focus on establishing positive student/student, student/teacher, student/advisor relationships around areas of common personal interest.

    BCMS is very excited to announce that our Enrichment Learning clubs will continue to be offered when the students return in the fall!

    On Monday, August 13th, students will sign up for, from a list of learning topics, an enrichment learning period that will meet on Wednesdays as part of their normal class schedule.

    During the course of the school year, students will have the chance to participate in up to three different enrichment learning clubs with each learning cycle being six weeks in duration.

    IMPORTANT DATES

    As we look forward to the long days of summer, we wanted to leave you with some important August dates.  

    Tuesday, July 31st – 6th Grade Orientation (6:30 – 8:00 pm)

    Thursday, August 2nd – 7th & 8th Grade Orientation (6:30 – 8:00 pm)

    Tuesday, August 7th – FIRST STUDENT DAY for school year 2018-2019!

    Mark your calendar!

    And, please expect to receive our back-to-school summer mailing the week of July 23rd!

    Oh . . . and if you wanted to get a “jump” on those supply list items . . .

    Click here  for Grade 6

    Click here for Grade 7

    Click here for Grade 8

    Enjoy your summer !

    Mr. McClure

    Last Week

    Mr. McClure's Weekly Blog
    Week of: May 7 - 11
    Week 37

    “The Principal’s Post”

    Those Who Can, Do... Those Who Can Do More, Teach

    Most people can remember at least one teacher who has had a particularly positive and influential impact on their lives. Whether it was a parent, a classroom teacher, a coach, a Sunday school teacher, a mentor, a friend, or a colleague . . . we have all had those who have made us a better person because of their contribution to, and their investment in, us. Teachers, all teachers, do indeed shape the future for they have helped to shape us.

    This week (May 7-11) is Teacher Appreciation Week. To teachers everywhere, please accept this "thank you" for all of the important work that you do and for the lasting lessons you leave in us!

    FINAL WASHINGTON, D.C. TRIP INFORMATIONAL MEETING

    All registered student travelers and at least one parent/guardian are required to attend a final trip informational meeting:
    • DATE: Wednesday, May 9th, 2018
    • TIME: 5:00 P.M.
    • LOCATION: Seymour Middle School Gymnasium
    As this the only meeting to provide critical student and parent trip information prior to our May 16th departure, attendance is mandatory for the student participant and his/her parent/guardian. Attendance will be taken.

    MAY MANIA
    Submitted by Mrs. McCrary, BCMS Guidance Counselor

    On Wednesday, May 9th, the BCMS Tribal Council is going to host “May Mania” after school from 3:30PM-5:30PM. There will be music, volleyball, basketball, cards, 9 square, and snacks. Tickets are $3. All BCMS students earning on-level status for the 10th level review period (March 26th – April 13th) are eligible to attend. Tickets go on sale today (Monday)!

    ISTEP+ 2018 . . . AWAITING THE RESULTS

    We can officially “turn the page” on our 2018 ISTEP+ efforts for this year. As the online testing, including make-up tests, for our students concluded, we now begin the wait to see what our test results will be.

    As the state test does not have a direct bearing on the students’ individual class grade, it may have been tempting for some of the students to not take the test serious by not giving a personal best effort. As this indifferent attitude is a tragic mistake for our school and students, we took direct steps again this year to convince the students otherwise. They have repeatedly heard us say, “ISTEP is our Super Bowl! It doesn’t get any bigger!”

    The students, through their efforts, will set a benchmark (being determined at this time) from which we will continue to climb. We talk about our legacy as a school frequently. This state benchmark will be part of that legacy.

    From the information that we have received, the student test results may not be ready for our review for several weeks, but when we know, you’ll know.
    “Turning the page on ISTEP,” is an accurate description as the state is transitioning to its new adaptive assessment in the Spring of 2019. ISTEP+ (Indiana Statewide Testing for Educational Progress-Plus) is being replaced with ILEARN. More information to follow on the ILEARN assessment as it is made available to administrators and teachers in the coming months.

    We’re pressing on! ☺

    SPEAKING OF SUPERBOWL, THE 2018-2019 ACADEMIC SUPER BOWL RESULTS ARE IN!
    Submitted by Ms. Ault; BCCSC Media Specialist

    Congratulations to the BCMS Super Bowl Team who competed in Area Competition in Bloomington on Saturday, April 28. This year’s topic was World War I. In Class 3 the Social Studies team placed 1st, Science and English placed 2nd, and Math and Interdisciplinary placed 3rd.

    Great job to team members:
    • Jayse Davis (Math, Science & Interdisciplinary),
    • Madison Edwards (English, Math & Interdisciplinary),
    • Landon Hehman (English & Science),
    • Eli Lane (Social Studies & Interdisciplinary),
    • Jenna Ratliff (Math & Interdisciplinary),
    • Raegan Ratliff (Social Studies, English & Interdisciplinary),
    • Eli Reynolds (Math, Science & Interdisciplinary), and
    • Quincy Weddell (Social Studies & Interdisciplinary).
    Team coaches are Ms. Henley (Math & Science) and Ms. Ault (English and Social Studies).

    Of special note: The Science team consisting of Jayse Davis, Landon Hehman, and Eli Reynolds finished 11th (out of 61) in the state in Class 3. They just missed out as being recognized as "Top 10 in State".

    11th LEVEL REVIEW & THE START OF THE 12th (AND FINAL) LEVEL REVIEW PERIOD

    The eleventh level review period concluded last Friday, May 4th. This week teachers will be reviewing and making determinations as to those students who earned “on-level” status for the eleventh three-week review period. For those student “on-level,” their rewards activity is planned for this Friday, May 11th!

    We begin the 12th level review period today!!! ☺

    All BCMS students start with a “clean slate” as the work to be “on-level” for this twelfth, and final, level review period (May 7th – May 25th) for the year.

    FREE ATHLETIC PHYSICALS

    Click here to view a flyer for the free sports physicals that will be held at BCMS on Saturday, June 9, 2018.

    BCMS ATHLETICS
    Submitted by: Mr. Young BCMS Athletic Director

    Sporting events this week:
    • Monday, May 7
      • Boys and Girls Track and Field- MSC Meet At Corydon Central
    • Tuesday, May 8
      • Girls Tennis vs Bedford- BNL
      • Coed Golf vs Bedford- Otis Park Golf Course
      • Boys and Girls Track and Field vs Oolitic- AWAY- Parkview
    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!

    “You can’t get much done in life if you only work on the days when you feel good.” – Jerry West

    THIS WEEK’S BRAVE QUOTE:

    “Do or do not. There is no try.”-Yoda, 'The Empire Strikes Back'

    THIS WEEK’S PROJECT WISDOM THEME:

    “Brotherhood : Strength : Doing What’s Right : Self-Inventory”

    Until next week,

    Mr. McClure

    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 Summer Blog

      Summer Weeks of:  May 29 – July 20

      “The Principal’s Post”

      STUDENT AWARDS

      The end of school is always an exciting and “rewarding” time as we pause to recognize students for their attendance and academic achievements throughout the year.  We gathered to celebrate our achievements during our grade level award convocations. As part of our established yearly Honor Day award traditions, we award our “BCMS Three ‘R’ Awards.”

      Brownstown Central Middle School promotes the daily practice of our three core principles:  Respect, Responsibility and Resourcefulness. As these are the founding principles upon which student achievement and life success is built, we recognize three students each year from each of our grade level teams that have best demonstrated and modeled these qualities this school year.  

      As the “Three R Awards” are the top middle school awards given, I would like to recognize and thank these students for their efforts, example and leadership this year.

      Grade 6 – Class of 2024

      Respect – Kera Wischmeier

      Responsibility – Caiden Gwin

      Resourcefulness – Brandy Mikels

      Grade 7 – Class of 2023

      Respect – Emma Hughbanks

      Responsibility – Jackson Hartley

      Resourcefulness – Adam Schocke

      Grade 8 – Class of 2022

      Respect – Reanne Boknecht

      Responsibility – Grant Elliott

      Resourcefulness – Rebecca Edwards

      TRIMESTER THREE REPORT CARDS

      Year-end report cards were sent home with students last Friday, May 25th.  Parents who did not receive a copy of their student’s report card can request a copy by contacting the school.  

      SPRING 2018 ISTEP+ RESULTS

      Along with your student’s year-end report card, students were given an individualized/student specific “Claim Code” letter providing parents the needed security information to access their student’s Spring 2018 ISTEP+ results.

      Beginning on June 11, your BCMS student’s preliminary Spring 2018 ISTEP+ results will be available for you to review through the ISTEP+ Parent Portal.  Through the Parent Portal, you will be able to view your student’s score, performance level (Did Not Pass, Pass, or Pass+), and type-written responses to ISTEP+ Part 1 questions for each subject area test your student took.  After reviewing this information, you may also request that your student’s response to one or more questions be rescored from Monday, June 11, 2018 through Friday, June 22, 2018. The Parent Portal will, then, temporarily deactivate from June23 through July 25 for final results reporting.

      The ISTEP+ Parent Portal can be accessed at https://results.pearsonaccessnext.com/ using a standard web browser.  

      Final results are available on July 26, 2018.

      If you have any questions regarding this letter, or if you need another copy, please contact the school.

      Click here to view a Parent Portal Quick Guide to assist you with more information about navigating the Parent Portal site.

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

      BCMS is very excited to announce that for a third year we have entered into partnership with Seymour Middle School to offer next year’s 8th grade students their own opportunity at Washington, D.C.!

      What started with last year’s eighth grade class (Class of 2021) will continue next year with the Class of 2023.  They, too, will be given the opportunity to travel to our nation’s capital for this unique learning adventure.

      Interested incoming 8th grade students and parents can mark their calendars now with the dates of next year’s BCMS/SMS Washington, D.C. trip:  

      May 15 – May 19, 2019!!

      Additional information about pricing and trip “criteria” as it relates to student attendance, academics, and behavior went home with 7th grade students during the week of May 14th.  Click here to view a copy of that informational letter.

      Also, a Washington, D.C. web page link can be found to the right of this web page, as well as on Mr. McClure’s web page, for information and updates throughout the 2018-2019 school year as they relate to the 2019 trip.

      Thank you SMS, thank you Mr. Walker, and thank you to the Brownstown Central Community School Corporation school board of trustees, for again granting permission for this very special collaboration!

      FREE ATHLETIC PHYSICALS

      Click here to view a flyer for the free sports physicals that will be held at BCMS on Saturday, June 9, 2018.  Parents and athletes should note:  Starting in 2016, per the IHSAA, physicals may NO LONGER be signed by a Nurse Practitioner or Physician Assistant.

      TWO SUCCESSFUL BCMS INITIATIVES THIS YEAR THAT WILL CONTINUE IN THE YEAR TO COME!

      After surveying our students in the fall of 2016 and then hosting a series of discussions that began in January of 2017 and continued throughout the spring, students and teachers returned to the 2017-2018 school year with to two new school improvement initiatives that we believed would help increase the level of engagement for all stakeholders in our middle school community.  After this first year, we believe both initiatives have merit to continue in the coming year.

      Period 8 Extension

      The students’ regular daily schedule will end with a three (3) minute organizational time.  During the school day, teachers input daily assignments into that day’s BCMS “Homework Assignments” document that is made available for the students’ review during the three minute “Extension” period.  

      It will remain the practice of the classroom teacher to continue to assign homework at the end of the class period for students to note that homework assignment in their daily agenda.  But, the day’s end BCMS “Homework Assignments” document will allow students to make sure that they have accurately noted all their homework assignments for that day.

      The document is also available for parent information/view at dismissal each day on our school website.

      We received very favorable feedback that this was particularly helpful for those students absent from school on any given day to receive a complete listing of their assignments on the day(s) missed.

      Wednesday Enrichment Learning Periods

      One of the incentive strategies to promote student attendance and engagement was the implementation an enrichment learning experience for students each week.

      The co-equal purposes of the weekly enrichment learning period is to: 1) provide embedded learning time that will allow students the supervised opportunity to pursue subject matters of interest outside of the BCMS core curriculum, and 2) to focus on establishing positive student/student, student/teacher, student/advisor relationships around areas of common personal interest.

      BCMS is very excited to announce that our Enrichment Learning clubs will continue to be offered when the students return in the fall!

      On Monday, August 13th, students will sign up for, from a list of learning topics, an enrichment learning period that will meet on Wednesdays as part of their normal class schedule.

      During the course of the school year, students will have the chance to participate in up to three different enrichment learning clubs with each learning cycle being six weeks in duration.

      IMPORTANT DATES

      As we look forward to the long days of summer, we wanted to leave you with some important August dates.  

      Tuesday, July 31st – 6th Grade Orientation (6:30 – 8:00 pm)

      Thursday, August 2nd – 7th & 8th Grade Orientation (6:30 – 8:00 pm)

      Tuesday, August 7th – FIRST STUDENT DAY for school year 2018-2019!

      Mark your calendar!

      And, please expect to receive our back-to-school summer mailing the week of July 23rd!

      Oh . . . and if you wanted to get a “jump” on those supply list items . . .

      Click here  for Grade 6

      Click here for Grade 7

      Click here for Grade 8

      Enjoy your summer !

      Mr. McClure
    • Mr. McClure's Weekly Blog
      Week of: May 7 - 11
      Week 37

      “The Principal’s Post”

      Those Who Can, Do... Those Who Can Do More, Teach

      Most people can remember at least one teacher who has had a particularly positive and influential impact on their lives. Whether it was a parent, a classroom teacher, a coach, a Sunday school teacher, a mentor, a friend, or a colleague . . . we have all had those who have made us a better person because of their contribution to, and their investment in, us. Teachers, all teachers, do indeed shape the future for they have helped to shape us.

      This week (May 7-11) is Teacher Appreciation Week. To teachers everywhere, please accept this "thank you" for all of the important work that you do and for the lasting lessons you leave in us!

      FINAL WASHINGTON, D.C. TRIP INFORMATIONAL MEETING

      All registered student travelers and at least one parent/guardian are required to attend a final trip informational meeting:
      • DATE: Wednesday, May 9th, 2018
      • TIME: 5:00 P.M.
      • LOCATION: Seymour Middle School Gymnasium
      As this the only meeting to provide critical student and parent trip information prior to our May 16th departure, attendance is mandatory for the student participant and his/her parent/guardian. Attendance will be taken.

      MAY MANIA
      Submitted by Mrs. McCrary, BCMS Guidance Counselor

      On Wednesday, May 9th, the BCMS Tribal Council is going to host “May Mania” after school from 3:30PM-5:30PM. There will be music, volleyball, basketball, cards, 9 square, and snacks. Tickets are $3. All BCMS students earning on-level status for the 10th level review period (March 26th – April 13th) are eligible to attend. Tickets go on sale today (Monday)!

      ISTEP+ 2018 . . . AWAITING THE RESULTS

      We can officially “turn the page” on our 2018 ISTEP+ efforts for this year. As the online testing, including make-up tests, for our students concluded, we now begin the wait to see what our test results will be.

      As the state test does not have a direct bearing on the students’ individual class grade, it may have been tempting for some of the students to not take the test serious by not giving a personal best effort. As this indifferent attitude is a tragic mistake for our school and students, we took direct steps again this year to convince the students otherwise. They have repeatedly heard us say, “ISTEP is our Super Bowl! It doesn’t get any bigger!”

      The students, through their efforts, will set a benchmark (being determined at this time) from which we will continue to climb. We talk about our legacy as a school frequently. This state benchmark will be part of that legacy.

      From the information that we have received, the student test results may not be ready for our review for several weeks, but when we know, you’ll know.
      “Turning the page on ISTEP,” is an accurate description as the state is transitioning to its new adaptive assessment in the Spring of 2019. ISTEP+ (Indiana Statewide Testing for Educational Progress-Plus) is being replaced with ILEARN. More information to follow on the ILEARN assessment as it is made available to administrators and teachers in the coming months.

      We’re pressing on! ☺

      SPEAKING OF SUPERBOWL, THE 2018-2019 ACADEMIC SUPER BOWL RESULTS ARE IN!
      Submitted by Ms. Ault; BCCSC Media Specialist

      Congratulations to the BCMS Super Bowl Team who competed in Area Competition in Bloomington on Saturday, April 28. This year’s topic was World War I. In Class 3 the Social Studies team placed 1st, Science and English placed 2nd, and Math and Interdisciplinary placed 3rd.

      Great job to team members:
      • Jayse Davis (Math, Science & Interdisciplinary),
      • Madison Edwards (English, Math & Interdisciplinary),
      • Landon Hehman (English & Science),
      • Eli Lane (Social Studies & Interdisciplinary),
      • Jenna Ratliff (Math & Interdisciplinary),
      • Raegan Ratliff (Social Studies, English & Interdisciplinary),
      • Eli Reynolds (Math, Science & Interdisciplinary), and
      • Quincy Weddell (Social Studies & Interdisciplinary).
      Team coaches are Ms. Henley (Math & Science) and Ms. Ault (English and Social Studies).

      Of special note: The Science team consisting of Jayse Davis, Landon Hehman, and Eli Reynolds finished 11th (out of 61) in the state in Class 3. They just missed out as being recognized as "Top 10 in State".

      11th LEVEL REVIEW & THE START OF THE 12th (AND FINAL) LEVEL REVIEW PERIOD

      The eleventh level review period concluded last Friday, May 4th. This week teachers will be reviewing and making determinations as to those students who earned “on-level” status for the eleventh three-week review period. For those student “on-level,” their rewards activity is planned for this Friday, May 11th!

      We begin the 12th level review period today!!! ☺

      All BCMS students start with a “clean slate” as the work to be “on-level” for this twelfth, and final, level review period (May 7th – May 25th) for the year.

      FREE ATHLETIC PHYSICALS

      Click here to view a flyer for the free sports physicals that will be held at BCMS on Saturday, June 9, 2018.

      BCMS ATHLETICS
      Submitted by: Mr. Young BCMS Athletic Director

      Sporting events this week:
      • Monday, May 7
        • Boys and Girls Track and Field- MSC Meet At Corydon Central
      • Tuesday, May 8
        • Girls Tennis vs Bedford- BNL
        • Coed Golf vs Bedford- Otis Park Golf Course
        • Boys and Girls Track and Field vs Oolitic- AWAY- Parkview
      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!

      “You can’t get much done in life if you only work on the days when you feel good.” – Jerry West

      THIS WEEK’S BRAVE QUOTE:

      “Do or do not. There is no try.”-Yoda, 'The Empire Strikes Back'

      THIS WEEK’S PROJECT WISDOM THEME:

      “Brotherhood : Strength : Doing What’s Right : Self-Inventory”

      Until next week,

      Mr. McClure
    • 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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