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    Welcome to Brownstown Central Middle School!

    BCMS Happenings

    Mr. McClure's Weekly Blog
    Week of:  September 16 - 20
    Week 7
    “The Principal’s Post”

    FRIDAY is a 20!
    This announcement for BCMS students to look forward to wearing their BCMS 20/20 V.I.S.I.O.N. tee shirts that they will be receiving once they arrive to TRIBE this Friday, September 20th!

    VISION SCREENING
    Submitted by:  Mrs. McKinney, School Nurse
    All BCMS eighth grade students will participate in Vision Screening on Thursday, September 19th.  If your 8th grade student wears contact lenses or glasses, it is very important that he/she wear them when they have their vision screened.

    Thank you, Lions Club, for providing our BCMS 8th grade students this vision screening service!!

    WASHINGTON, D.C. FUNDRAISER PRODUCT PICK-UP!!
    Any 6th, 7th or 8th grade student that elected to participate in the Washington, D.C. brochure fundraiser may pick-up their sold items after school in the BCMS cafeteria from 3:30PM-4:30PM, tomorrow, TUESDAY! (September 17th).

    Parents/Students who are not available for the September 17th pick-up may acquire their product(s) from the main office during regular school hours beginning Wednesday, September 18th.

    Please show your supporters the respect of delivering their purchased items to them as soon as you are able.

    Keeping an eye on the calendar: 

    Online registration for 8th grade BCMS students interested in attending the May 13-17, 2020, Washington, D.C. class trip is now open through Tuesday, October 15th

    Parents and students not able to attend the mandatory Tuesday, August 13th, information meeting, but still interested in the trip, can pick up registration information (along with student trip criteria) in the BCMS main office.  No registration information will be given over the phone or by email.

    BCMS AUGUST BRAVE OF THE MONTH
    On the evening of September 10th, at the regular school board meeting of school trustees, Brownstown Central Middle School recognized 7th grade student Isabella Brown as the August BCMS 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 Isabella’s teachers had to say about her:  “Isabella demonstrates responsibility at school every day. She arrives to class promptly with all of her materials and always has all of her work done. She displays willingness to help other students when they are struggling and does not hesitate when placed in leadership roles. Isabella is not only respectful to her teachers and coaches, but also to her fellow students. She presents great character and models the 3 R’s our school tries to instill in all students.”

    CONGRATULATIONS, ISABELLA!! . . . and THANK YOU!!

    PROGRESS REPORTS . . . COMING HOME THIS WEEK!!!
    It scarcely seems possible, but we are six weeks into the school year which means that we are at the mid-way point of the first trimester.  On Tuesday, every BCMS student will be bringing a progress report home for parents to review and sign. Every BCMS student returning a signed progress report by Friday (September 20th) will receive extra credit in his/her classes for demonstrating the RESPONSIBILITY (second “R”) in doing so.

    Many of our parents follow their student’s progress online through Harmony.  We encourage every parent/guardian to sign up for a Harmony account, but the practice of sending progress reports home helps to further insure that those “progress” conversations occur.  Thank you for partnering with us in encouraging and expecting your student to give his/her best academic effort.

    Parents wanting/needing Harmony information are encouraged to call the school (812.358.4947) and ask for Ms. Ault in the Library Media Center.

    2nd LEVEL REVIEW & THE START OF THE 3rd LEVEL REVIEW PERIOD
    The second level review period for Trimester 1 concluded last Friday, September 13th.  This week teachers will be reviewing and making determinations as to those students who earned “on-level” status for the second three-week review period.  For those student “on-level,” their rewards activity is planned for Friday!

    We begin the 3rd level review period today!!!

    All BCMS students start with a “clean slate” as the work to be “on-level” for this third level review period (September 16th – October 4th) has begun.

    To be eligible for three-week Level Reward Activities and any scheduled after-school dances, a student must have:

                      No more than 1 incomplete homework/daily work assignment per class
                      No more than 3 incomplete homework/daily work assignments in total
                      No more than 1 detention
                      No discipline violations warranting a Wednesday School, Saturday School, ISS (In-school Supervision) or OSS (Out-of-school Suspension) consequence

    To be eligible for an end-of-trimester field trip, a student must be “on-level” 3 out of the 4 level review periods during the trimester.

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

    Sporting events this week:

    Monday, September 16
    • 7/8 Volleyball vs Brown County- AWAY
    • 6 Volleyball vs Austin- HOME
    • Cross Country vs Bedford Home School- HOME

    Tuesday,September 17
    • 7/8 Volleyball vs Highland Hills- AWAY

    Thursday, September 19
    • 7/8 Volleyball vs Austin- HOME
    • 7/8 Football vs North Harrison- AWAY
    • Boys Tennis vs East Washington- AWAY

    Friday, September 20
    • Boys Tennis vs Seymour- AWAY

    Saturday, September 21
    • Cross Country at Brown County Invite

    WINS this week for the BCMS
    • 7/8 Volleyball defeated Salem
    • 6th Volleyball defeated Salem & Southwestern
    • Boys Tennis defeated Southwestern Hanover
    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!

    “ Hard work beats talent when talent doesn’t work hard”- Tim Notke

    THIS WEEK’S BRAVE V.I.S.I.O.N. QUOTE:
    “Vision without action is merely a dream. Action without vision just passes the time. Vision with action can change the world.” - Joel A. Barker


    THIS WEEK’S PROJECT WISDOM THEME:  
    “Confidence:  Moving Toward Our Dreams”


    Until next week,

    Last Week

    Mr. McClure's Weekly Blog
    Week of:  September 9 - 13
    Week 6
    “The Principal’s Post” 


    SAY, “CHEESE!”
    Student yearbook pictures will be taken this week!  The photographer will be at the school on Friday. Those students interested in purchasing picture packets are reminded to bring with them their picture packet information.

    INDIANA DIGITAL CITIZENSHIP WEEK
    The Indiana Department of Education celebrates Indiana Digital Citizenship Week the first full week of September following Labor Day.  The #INDigCitWeek celebration is part of an ongoing effort to teach students how to make safe, smart, and ethical decisions in the digital world. 

    BCMS is taking this week to focus on our digital citizenship by viewing and discussing educational lessons during TRIBE.  

    “It is important to teach students how to make safe, smart, and ethical decisions in the digital world. ‘Building a culture of positive digital citizenship . . . is not just a goal, it is a journey,’"

    We would encourage you to discuss with your student his/her digital citizenship learning lessons this week! 

    STUDENT GOVERNMENT & TRIBAL COUNCIL
    Submitted by:  Mrs. McCrary

    On Wednesday, August 21st, Tribal Council Elections were held at BCMS. Congratulations to the following students who were elected to represent their Tribe. We look forward to a fun filled year with many fresh and new ideas! 

    6th Grade Representatives
    Hailey Bair
    Caden Bunch
    Lilly Brazzell
    Anthony Elliott
    Kolton Helton
    Keilyn Nicholson
    Jayli Muns
    Brady Schickel
    Taylor Smith
    Finley Wheeler

    7th Grade Representatives
    Jayda Clodfelder
    Kinzee Dean
    Jaden Disque
    Claire Elliott
    Smith Hackman
    Presley Hampton
    Grant Killey
    Aden McCrary
    Evan Schneider 

    8th Grade Representatives
    Cody Burnside
    Ethan Garland
    Parker Hehman
    Bryce Peak
    Lauren Perkinson
    Audrey Scarlet
    Kelsey Schneider
    Maddie Singleton
    Megan VonDielingen
    Lane Zike

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

    Monday, September 9
    • 6/8 Volleyball vs Medora- HOME

    Tuesday,September 10

    • 7/8 Volleyball vs Salem- HOME
    • Cross Country vs Shawswick- AWAY
    • 6 Volleyball vs Salem- AWAY
    • Boys Tennis vs Scottsburg- AWAY

    Wednesday, September 11

    • Fall Sports Picture Day

    Thursday, September 12

    • 7/8 Volleyball vs East Washington- AWAY
    • 7/8 Football vs Salem- AWAY
    • 6 Girls Volleyball vs Souhtwestern- HOME
    • Cross Country vs Oolitic- HOME- JC Fairgrounds
    • Boys Tennis vs Southwestern- HOME

    Saturday, September 14

    • Boys Tennis @ MSC Tourney- Silver Creek

    WINS this week for the BCMS
    • 6 Volleyball vs St. John Sauers
    • 7/8 Football vs East Washington
    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!

    “It’s hard to beat a person who never gives up” - Babe Ruth 

    THIS WEEK’S BRAVE V.I.S.I.O.N. QUOTE:
    “A dream is the creative vision for your life in the future.” -Denis Waitley

    THIS WEEK’S PROJECT WISDOM THEME:  
    “Choices:  Doing the Right Thing”

    Until next week,

    Lunch Menu

    Homework

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

    Trimester 1

    Week 1: August   5 - August 9
    Week 2: August 12 - August 16
    Week 3: August 20 - August 24
    Week 4: August 26 - August 30
    Week 5: September 2 - September 6 (Labor Day)
    Week 6: September 9 - September 13
    Week 7: September 16 - September 20
    Week 8: September 23 - September 27
    Week 9: September 30 - October 4

    Week 10: October 7 - October 11
    Fall Break: October 14 - October 18
    Week 11: October 21 - October 25
    Week 12: October 28 - November 1

    Trimester 2
    Week 13: November 5 - November 9
    Week 14: November 12 - November 16
    Week 15: November 19 - November 23 (Thanksgiving Week)
    Week 16: November 26 - November 30
    Week 17: December 3 - December 7
    Week 18: December 10 - December 14
    Week 19: December 17 - December 21
    Week 20: January 2 - January 4
    Week 21: January 7 - January 11
    Week 22: January 14 - January 18
    Week 23: January 21 - January 25
    Week 24: January 28 - February 1
    Week 25: February 4 - February 8
    Week 26: February 11 - February 15

    Trimester 3
    Week 27: February 18 - February 22
    Week 28: February 25 - March 1
    Week 29: March 4 - March 8
    Week 30: March 11 - March 15
    Week 31: March 18 - March 22
    Week 32: Spring Break
    Week 33: April 1 - April 5
    Week 34: April 8 - April 12
    Week 35: April 15 - April 19
    Week 36: April 22 - April 26
    Week 37: April 29 - May 3
    Week 38: May 6 - May 10
    Week 39: May 13 - May 17
    Week 40: May 20 - May 24

    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:  September 16 - 20
      Week 7
      “The Principal’s Post”

      FRIDAY is a 20!
      This announcement for BCMS students to look forward to wearing their BCMS 20/20 V.I.S.I.O.N. tee shirts that they will be receiving once they arrive to TRIBE this Friday, September 20th!

      VISION SCREENING
      Submitted by:  Mrs. McKinney, School Nurse
      All BCMS eighth grade students will participate in Vision Screening on Thursday, September 19th.  If your 8th grade student wears contact lenses or glasses, it is very important that he/she wear them when they have their vision screened.

      Thank you, Lions Club, for providing our BCMS 8th grade students this vision screening service!!

      WASHINGTON, D.C. FUNDRAISER PRODUCT PICK-UP!!
      Any 6th, 7th or 8th grade student that elected to participate in the Washington, D.C. brochure fundraiser may pick-up their sold items after school in the BCMS cafeteria from 3:30PM-4:30PM, tomorrow, TUESDAY! (September 17th).

      Parents/Students who are not available for the September 17th pick-up may acquire their product(s) from the main office during regular school hours beginning Wednesday, September 18th.

      Please show your supporters the respect of delivering their purchased items to them as soon as you are able.

      Keeping an eye on the calendar: 

      Online registration for 8th grade BCMS students interested in attending the May 13-17, 2020, Washington, D.C. class trip is now open through Tuesday, October 15th

      Parents and students not able to attend the mandatory Tuesday, August 13th, information meeting, but still interested in the trip, can pick up registration information (along with student trip criteria) in the BCMS main office.  No registration information will be given over the phone or by email.

      BCMS AUGUST BRAVE OF THE MONTH
      On the evening of September 10th, at the regular school board meeting of school trustees, Brownstown Central Middle School recognized 7th grade student Isabella Brown as the August BCMS 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 Isabella’s teachers had to say about her:  “Isabella demonstrates responsibility at school every day. She arrives to class promptly with all of her materials and always has all of her work done. She displays willingness to help other students when they are struggling and does not hesitate when placed in leadership roles. Isabella is not only respectful to her teachers and coaches, but also to her fellow students. She presents great character and models the 3 R’s our school tries to instill in all students.”

      CONGRATULATIONS, ISABELLA!! . . . and THANK YOU!!

      PROGRESS REPORTS . . . COMING HOME THIS WEEK!!!
      It scarcely seems possible, but we are six weeks into the school year which means that we are at the mid-way point of the first trimester.  On Tuesday, every BCMS student will be bringing a progress report home for parents to review and sign. Every BCMS student returning a signed progress report by Friday (September 20th) will receive extra credit in his/her classes for demonstrating the RESPONSIBILITY (second “R”) in doing so.

      Many of our parents follow their student’s progress online through Harmony.  We encourage every parent/guardian to sign up for a Harmony account, but the practice of sending progress reports home helps to further insure that those “progress” conversations occur.  Thank you for partnering with us in encouraging and expecting your student to give his/her best academic effort.

      Parents wanting/needing Harmony information are encouraged to call the school (812.358.4947) and ask for Ms. Ault in the Library Media Center.

      2nd LEVEL REVIEW & THE START OF THE 3rd LEVEL REVIEW PERIOD
      The second level review period for Trimester 1 concluded last Friday, September 13th.  This week teachers will be reviewing and making determinations as to those students who earned “on-level” status for the second three-week review period.  For those student “on-level,” their rewards activity is planned for Friday!

      We begin the 3rd level review period today!!!

      All BCMS students start with a “clean slate” as the work to be “on-level” for this third level review period (September 16th – October 4th) has begun.

      To be eligible for three-week Level Reward Activities and any scheduled after-school dances, a student must have:

                        No more than 1 incomplete homework/daily work assignment per class
                        No more than 3 incomplete homework/daily work assignments in total
                        No more than 1 detention
                        No discipline violations warranting a Wednesday School, Saturday School, ISS (In-school Supervision) or OSS (Out-of-school Suspension) consequence

      To be eligible for an end-of-trimester field trip, a student must be “on-level” 3 out of the 4 level review periods during the trimester.

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

      Sporting events this week:

      Monday, September 16
      • 7/8 Volleyball vs Brown County- AWAY
      • 6 Volleyball vs Austin- HOME
      • Cross Country vs Bedford Home School- HOME

      Tuesday,September 17
      • 7/8 Volleyball vs Highland Hills- AWAY

      Thursday, September 19
      • 7/8 Volleyball vs Austin- HOME
      • 7/8 Football vs North Harrison- AWAY
      • Boys Tennis vs East Washington- AWAY

      Friday, September 20
      • Boys Tennis vs Seymour- AWAY

      Saturday, September 21
      • Cross Country at Brown County Invite

      WINS this week for the BCMS
      • 7/8 Volleyball defeated Salem
      • 6th Volleyball defeated Salem & Southwestern
      • Boys Tennis defeated Southwestern Hanover
      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!

      “ Hard work beats talent when talent doesn’t work hard”- Tim Notke

      THIS WEEK’S BRAVE V.I.S.I.O.N. QUOTE:
      “Vision without action is merely a dream. Action without vision just passes the time. Vision with action can change the world.” - Joel A. Barker


      THIS WEEK’S PROJECT WISDOM THEME:  
      “Confidence:  Moving Toward Our Dreams”


      Until next week,
    • Mr. McClure's Weekly Blog
      Week of:  September 9 - 13
      Week 6
      “The Principal’s Post” 


      SAY, “CHEESE!”
      Student yearbook pictures will be taken this week!  The photographer will be at the school on Friday. Those students interested in purchasing picture packets are reminded to bring with them their picture packet information.

      INDIANA DIGITAL CITIZENSHIP WEEK
      The Indiana Department of Education celebrates Indiana Digital Citizenship Week the first full week of September following Labor Day.  The #INDigCitWeek celebration is part of an ongoing effort to teach students how to make safe, smart, and ethical decisions in the digital world. 

      BCMS is taking this week to focus on our digital citizenship by viewing and discussing educational lessons during TRIBE.  

      “It is important to teach students how to make safe, smart, and ethical decisions in the digital world. ‘Building a culture of positive digital citizenship . . . is not just a goal, it is a journey,’"

      We would encourage you to discuss with your student his/her digital citizenship learning lessons this week! 

      STUDENT GOVERNMENT & TRIBAL COUNCIL
      Submitted by:  Mrs. McCrary

      On Wednesday, August 21st, Tribal Council Elections were held at BCMS. Congratulations to the following students who were elected to represent their Tribe. We look forward to a fun filled year with many fresh and new ideas! 

      6th Grade Representatives
      Hailey Bair
      Caden Bunch
      Lilly Brazzell
      Anthony Elliott
      Kolton Helton
      Keilyn Nicholson
      Jayli Muns
      Brady Schickel
      Taylor Smith
      Finley Wheeler

      7th Grade Representatives
      Jayda Clodfelder
      Kinzee Dean
      Jaden Disque
      Claire Elliott
      Smith Hackman
      Presley Hampton
      Grant Killey
      Aden McCrary
      Evan Schneider 

      8th Grade Representatives
      Cody Burnside
      Ethan Garland
      Parker Hehman
      Bryce Peak
      Lauren Perkinson
      Audrey Scarlet
      Kelsey Schneider
      Maddie Singleton
      Megan VonDielingen
      Lane Zike

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

      Monday, September 9
      • 6/8 Volleyball vs Medora- HOME

      Tuesday,September 10

      • 7/8 Volleyball vs Salem- HOME
      • Cross Country vs Shawswick- AWAY
      • 6 Volleyball vs Salem- AWAY
      • Boys Tennis vs Scottsburg- AWAY

      Wednesday, September 11

      • Fall Sports Picture Day

      Thursday, September 12

      • 7/8 Volleyball vs East Washington- AWAY
      • 7/8 Football vs Salem- AWAY
      • 6 Girls Volleyball vs Souhtwestern- HOME
      • Cross Country vs Oolitic- HOME- JC Fairgrounds
      • Boys Tennis vs Southwestern- HOME

      Saturday, September 14

      • Boys Tennis @ MSC Tourney- Silver Creek

      WINS this week for the BCMS
      • 6 Volleyball vs St. John Sauers
      • 7/8 Football vs East Washington
      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!

      “It’s hard to beat a person who never gives up” - Babe Ruth 

      THIS WEEK’S BRAVE V.I.S.I.O.N. QUOTE:
      “A dream is the creative vision for your life in the future.” -Denis Waitley

      THIS WEEK’S PROJECT WISDOM THEME:  
      “Choices:  Doing the Right Thing”

      Until next week,
    • Homework Assignments will be updated daily by 3:00 pm.

      Trimester 1

      Week 1: August   5 - August 9
      Week 2: August 12 - August 16
      Week 3: August 20 - August 24
      Week 4: August 26 - August 30
      Week 5: September 2 - September 6 (Labor Day)
      Week 6: September 9 - September 13
      Week 7: September 16 - September 20
      Week 8: September 23 - September 27
      Week 9: September 30 - October 4

      Week 10: October 7 - October 11
      Fall Break: October 14 - October 18
      Week 11: October 21 - October 25
      Week 12: October 28 - November 1

      Trimester 2
      Week 13: November 5 - November 9
      Week 14: November 12 - November 16
      Week 15: November 19 - November 23 (Thanksgiving Week)
      Week 16: November 26 - November 30
      Week 17: December 3 - December 7
      Week 18: December 10 - December 14
      Week 19: December 17 - December 21
      Week 20: January 2 - January 4
      Week 21: January 7 - January 11
      Week 22: January 14 - January 18
      Week 23: January 21 - January 25
      Week 24: January 28 - February 1
      Week 25: February 4 - February 8
      Week 26: February 11 - February 15

      Trimester 3
      Week 27: February 18 - February 22
      Week 28: February 25 - March 1
      Week 29: March 4 - March 8
      Week 30: March 11 - March 15
      Week 31: March 18 - March 22
      Week 32: Spring Break
      Week 33: April 1 - April 5
      Week 34: April 8 - April 12
      Week 35: April 15 - April 19
      Week 36: April 22 - April 26
      Week 37: April 29 - May 3
      Week 38: May 6 - May 10
      Week 39: May 13 - May 17
      Week 40: May 20 - May 24

      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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