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    Welcome to Brownstown Central Middle School!

    BCMS Happenings

    Mr. McClure's Summer Blog
    Summer Weeks of:  May 28 – July 19
    “The Principal’s Post”


    ILEARN RESCORE WINDOW
    Friday, June 7th - Blog Addition
    Please click here to view information as it relates to time specific 2019 ILEARN student test rescore requests.


    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 2025

    Respect – Kassie Helton

    Responsibility – Brynn Burton

    Resourcefulness – Lucas Pettay


    Grade 7 – Class of 2024

    Respect – Aaron Skaggs

    Responsibility – Megan VonDielingen

    Resourcefulness – E.J. Autry


    Grade 8 – Class of 2023

    Respect – Elijah Reynolds

    Responsibility – Madison Edwards

    Resourcefulness – Alexis England


    TRIMESTER THREE REPORT CARDS

    Year-end report cards were sent home with students last Friday, May 24th.  Parents who did not receive a copy of their student’s report card can request a copy by contacting the school.  


    MAY 2020 . . . THE CLASS OF 2024 . . . AND WASHINGTON, D.C.!!!

    BCMS is very excited to announce that for a fourth 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 the eighth grade Class of 2021, will continue next year with the Class of 2024.  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 13 – May 17, 2020!!

    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 11th.  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 2019-2020 school year as they relate to the 2020 trip.

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


    BCCSC 2019 SUMMER READING PROGRAM
    Submitted by:  Ms. Ault
    BCCSC Library Media Specialist

    Please click here to view important information about this summer’s BCCSC Summer Reading Program!


    FREE ATHLETIC PHYSICALS

    Click here to view a flyer for the free sports physicals that will be held at BCMS on Saturday, June 8, 2019.  Parents and athletes should note:  Starting in 2016, per the IHSAA, physicals may NO LONGER be signed by a Nurse Practitioner or Physician Assistant.


    IMPORTANT DATES

    As we look forward to the long days of summer, we wanted to leave you with some important back-to-school dates:  

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

    Thursday, August 1st – 7th & 8th Grade Orientation (6:30 – 8:00 pm)

    Tuesday, August 6th – FIRST STUDENT DAY for school year 2019-2020!

    Mark your calendar!

    And, please expect to receive our back-to-school summer mailing the week of July 22nd!

    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 20 - 24
    Week 39
    “The Principal’s Post”

    Friday, May 24th will be the last day for students.

    THANK YOU!

    To close our final chapter to this year, I would like to end in the same manner I began, by expressing my appreciation.  Thank you for visiting our school’s website, following our activities and events, and showing your unwavering support for the students of our middle school this year.  From the opening day it has been a privilege for us to partner with you and your student(s) in their learning and growing throughout this year.

    We wish the Class of 2023 all the best as they leave us for BCHS this fall.  We look forward to welcoming back the Classes of 2024 (grade 8) and 2025 (grade 7), and we look forward to welcoming our newest class to BCMS . . . the Class of 2026 (grade 6)!

    TRIMESTER THREE REPORT CARDS

    Student report cards for the third trimester will be sent home with students at the end of the day of the final day of school on Friday.

    MAKE SURE TO VISIT OUR WEBSITE ONE MORE TIME NEXT WEEK

    As this is the final week of school, we wanted to make sure to encourage you to visit our website one last time next week as we will be doing our summer blog posting.  

    Next week, we will include information as to our top student award winners from honor day.  We will also be including some important back-to-school dates and information for the 2019-2020 school year.


    THIS WEEK . . . THE WEEK OF MAY 20th

    The final week of school is one that is always filled with nostalgia with what has been accomplished throughout the year.  

    As we enter this last, FULL, week, I wanted to inform interested parents of the planned activities that we have scheduled.

    Monday, May 20th
    • Regular School Bell Schedule
    • 7th grade field trip
    • 8th grade walking field trip to the Jackson County Historical Society

    Tuesday, May 21st

    • Regular School Bell Schedule
    • 6th, 7th, and 8th grade field trips . . . it’s going to be quiet around the building!

    Wednesday, May 22nd

    • Regular School Bell Schedule
    • 6th grade field trip

    Thursday, May 23rd

    • Special Activity Day Schedule
    • 6th & 7th grade (only) Awards Day (1:30 – 2:10)
    • 6th/7th/8th “Succession Ceremony” & PAHRAI games (2:20-3:00)
      • 8th Grade Banner Unveiling
      • Passing of the Gavel
      • 8th Grade Address

    Friday, May 24th
    • Special Activity Day Schedule
    • 6th/7th/8th Library Awards (8:30-9:30)
    • 8th grade (only) Awards Day @ BCHS (1:30-2:30)
      • 8th grade (only) to leave BCMS @ 1:10PM for BCHS
      • 8th grade returns to BCMS (2:30PM) for regular dismissal
      • NOTE:  8th grade students will be granted permission to leave the awards day program with a parent/guardian (sign-out sheets will be located in the BCHS Auditorium Lobby at the conclusion of the awards day program)
      • TRIBE - Report Card Distribution (3:00-3:15)

    A little more about Friday, May 24
    th:

    As outlined above, the grade 8 awards program will take place in the BCHS auditorium, beginning at 1:30PM.  Parents, grandparents, guardians, and friends are invited to attend. (The BCHS Auditorium doors will be open for guests beginning at 1PM.)  

    Only the 8th grade students will be attending the 8th grade awards ceremony from BCMS.  (Grades 6 and 7 will have planned activities at BCMS as a grade level that afternoon.)

    The center section of the auditorium is reserved seating for the 8th grade class.  We invite our guests to sit in the left, right, or rear sections of the auditorium.

    We anticipate that the awards program will last approximately one hour.  

    At the conclusion of the awards program, any 8th grade parent present who would like to leave with their 8th grade student may do so.  (Sign-out sheets for those students leaving with parents will be made available in the main auditorium lobby.)

    As indicated, only 8th grade students will be participating in the 8th grade awards program.  However, should younger BCMS siblings of current 8th grade students desire to attend the program, we would encourage their attendance.  We would ask the parents/guardians of these BCMS siblings to sign these students out from BCMS prior to 1:15PM to leave ample time to arrive at BCHS for the 1:30 awards day program start.

    At the conclusion of the 8th grade awards program, the 8th grade students will return to BCMS to conclude the day and for dismissal.

    WASHINGTON, DC . . . WE’RE BACK!!

    Last this week, 160 eighth grade BCMS and SMS students, along with their adult chaperones, visited Washington, D.C. for a long weekend filled with the sites, sounds and history of our nation’s capital.  Part of the students’ itinerary included the following: Capitol Building, National Cathedral, Washington Monument, World War II Memorial, Kennedy Center, Mount Vernon, United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, Jefferson, FDR and MLK Memorials, Pentagon Memorial, Lincoln, Vietnam, and Korean Memorials, Arlington National Cemetery, and the National Archives . . . to name but a few.  

    A special “thank you” to SMS for allowing us to join them and to eighth grade SMS language arts teacher, Sherri Holt-Price, for organizing and coordinating what was a fantastic learning opportunity for the students from both of our schools.  It left memories for our students that will last a lifetime.

    Here are some of our favorite images from the trip.

    IMG 4235  IMG 4239

     IMG 4228

    FREE ATHLETIC PHYSICALS

    Click here to view a flyer for the free sports physicals that will be held at BCMS on Saturday, June 8, 2019.  Parents and athletes should note:  Starting in 2016, per the IHSAA, physicals may NO LONGER be signed by a Nurse Practitioner or Physician Assistant.

    THIS WEEK’S BRAVE QUOTE:

    You might not be able to carry a tune,
    do rope tricks or give humorous, home spun advice
    but you do have a song to sing
    and ability that needs to be developed and used.”

    THIS WEEK’S PROJECT WISDOM THEME:  

    Nonviolence : Honoring Elders : Encouraging Others : Cordiality : Self-Responsibility/Character

    Until next week,

    Mr. McClure

    Lunch Menu

    Homework

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

    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 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 1

    Week 1: August   6 - August 10
    Week 2: August 13 - August 17
    Week 3: August 20 - August 24
    Week 4: August 27 - August 31
    Week 5: September 3 - September 7 (Labor Day)
    Week 6: September 10 - September 14
    Week 7: September 17 - September 21
    Week 8: September 24 - September 28
    Week 9: October 1 - October 5
    Week 10: October 8 - October 12
    Fall Break: October 15 - October 19
    Week 11: October 22 - October 26
    Week 12: October 29 - November 2

    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 Summer Blog
      Summer Weeks of:  May 28 – July 19
      “The Principal’s Post”


      ILEARN RESCORE WINDOW
      Friday, June 7th - Blog Addition
      Please click here to view information as it relates to time specific 2019 ILEARN student test rescore requests.


      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 2025

      Respect – Kassie Helton

      Responsibility – Brynn Burton

      Resourcefulness – Lucas Pettay


      Grade 7 – Class of 2024

      Respect – Aaron Skaggs

      Responsibility – Megan VonDielingen

      Resourcefulness – E.J. Autry


      Grade 8 – Class of 2023

      Respect – Elijah Reynolds

      Responsibility – Madison Edwards

      Resourcefulness – Alexis England


      TRIMESTER THREE REPORT CARDS

      Year-end report cards were sent home with students last Friday, May 24th.  Parents who did not receive a copy of their student’s report card can request a copy by contacting the school.  


      MAY 2020 . . . THE CLASS OF 2024 . . . AND WASHINGTON, D.C.!!!

      BCMS is very excited to announce that for a fourth 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 the eighth grade Class of 2021, will continue next year with the Class of 2024.  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 13 – May 17, 2020!!

      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 11th.  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 2019-2020 school year as they relate to the 2020 trip.

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


      BCCSC 2019 SUMMER READING PROGRAM
      Submitted by:  Ms. Ault
      BCCSC Library Media Specialist

      Please click here to view important information about this summer’s BCCSC Summer Reading Program!


      FREE ATHLETIC PHYSICALS

      Click here to view a flyer for the free sports physicals that will be held at BCMS on Saturday, June 8, 2019.  Parents and athletes should note:  Starting in 2016, per the IHSAA, physicals may NO LONGER be signed by a Nurse Practitioner or Physician Assistant.


      IMPORTANT DATES

      As we look forward to the long days of summer, we wanted to leave you with some important back-to-school dates:  

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

      Thursday, August 1st – 7th & 8th Grade Orientation (6:30 – 8:00 pm)

      Tuesday, August 6th – FIRST STUDENT DAY for school year 2019-2020!

      Mark your calendar!

      And, please expect to receive our back-to-school summer mailing the week of July 22nd!

      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 20 - 24
      Week 39
      “The Principal’s Post”

      Friday, May 24th will be the last day for students.

      THANK YOU!

      To close our final chapter to this year, I would like to end in the same manner I began, by expressing my appreciation.  Thank you for visiting our school’s website, following our activities and events, and showing your unwavering support for the students of our middle school this year.  From the opening day it has been a privilege for us to partner with you and your student(s) in their learning and growing throughout this year.

      We wish the Class of 2023 all the best as they leave us for BCHS this fall.  We look forward to welcoming back the Classes of 2024 (grade 8) and 2025 (grade 7), and we look forward to welcoming our newest class to BCMS . . . the Class of 2026 (grade 6)!

      TRIMESTER THREE REPORT CARDS

      Student report cards for the third trimester will be sent home with students at the end of the day of the final day of school on Friday.

      MAKE SURE TO VISIT OUR WEBSITE ONE MORE TIME NEXT WEEK

      As this is the final week of school, we wanted to make sure to encourage you to visit our website one last time next week as we will be doing our summer blog posting.  

      Next week, we will include information as to our top student award winners from honor day.  We will also be including some important back-to-school dates and information for the 2019-2020 school year.


      THIS WEEK . . . THE WEEK OF MAY 20th

      The final week of school is one that is always filled with nostalgia with what has been accomplished throughout the year.  

      As we enter this last, FULL, week, I wanted to inform interested parents of the planned activities that we have scheduled.

      Monday, May 20th
      • Regular School Bell Schedule
      • 7th grade field trip
      • 8th grade walking field trip to the Jackson County Historical Society

      Tuesday, May 21st

      • Regular School Bell Schedule
      • 6th, 7th, and 8th grade field trips . . . it’s going to be quiet around the building!

      Wednesday, May 22nd

      • Regular School Bell Schedule
      • 6th grade field trip

      Thursday, May 23rd

      • Special Activity Day Schedule
      • 6th & 7th grade (only) Awards Day (1:30 – 2:10)
      • 6th/7th/8th “Succession Ceremony” & PAHRAI games (2:20-3:00)
        • 8th Grade Banner Unveiling
        • Passing of the Gavel
        • 8th Grade Address

      Friday, May 24th
      • Special Activity Day Schedule
      • 6th/7th/8th Library Awards (8:30-9:30)
      • 8th grade (only) Awards Day @ BCHS (1:30-2:30)
        • 8th grade (only) to leave BCMS @ 1:10PM for BCHS
        • 8th grade returns to BCMS (2:30PM) for regular dismissal
        • NOTE:  8th grade students will be granted permission to leave the awards day program with a parent/guardian (sign-out sheets will be located in the BCHS Auditorium Lobby at the conclusion of the awards day program)
        • TRIBE - Report Card Distribution (3:00-3:15)

      A little more about Friday, May 24
      th:

      As outlined above, the grade 8 awards program will take place in the BCHS auditorium, beginning at 1:30PM.  Parents, grandparents, guardians, and friends are invited to attend. (The BCHS Auditorium doors will be open for guests beginning at 1PM.)  

      Only the 8th grade students will be attending the 8th grade awards ceremony from BCMS.  (Grades 6 and 7 will have planned activities at BCMS as a grade level that afternoon.)

      The center section of the auditorium is reserved seating for the 8th grade class.  We invite our guests to sit in the left, right, or rear sections of the auditorium.

      We anticipate that the awards program will last approximately one hour.  

      At the conclusion of the awards program, any 8th grade parent present who would like to leave with their 8th grade student may do so.  (Sign-out sheets for those students leaving with parents will be made available in the main auditorium lobby.)

      As indicated, only 8th grade students will be participating in the 8th grade awards program.  However, should younger BCMS siblings of current 8th grade students desire to attend the program, we would encourage their attendance.  We would ask the parents/guardians of these BCMS siblings to sign these students out from BCMS prior to 1:15PM to leave ample time to arrive at BCHS for the 1:30 awards day program start.

      At the conclusion of the 8th grade awards program, the 8th grade students will return to BCMS to conclude the day and for dismissal.

      WASHINGTON, DC . . . WE’RE BACK!!

      Last this week, 160 eighth grade BCMS and SMS students, along with their adult chaperones, visited Washington, D.C. for a long weekend filled with the sites, sounds and history of our nation’s capital.  Part of the students’ itinerary included the following: Capitol Building, National Cathedral, Washington Monument, World War II Memorial, Kennedy Center, Mount Vernon, United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, Jefferson, FDR and MLK Memorials, Pentagon Memorial, Lincoln, Vietnam, and Korean Memorials, Arlington National Cemetery, and the National Archives . . . to name but a few.  

      A special “thank you” to SMS for allowing us to join them and to eighth grade SMS language arts teacher, Sherri Holt-Price, for organizing and coordinating what was a fantastic learning opportunity for the students from both of our schools.  It left memories for our students that will last a lifetime.

      Here are some of our favorite images from the trip.

      IMG 4235  IMG 4239

       IMG 4228

      FREE ATHLETIC PHYSICALS

      Click here to view a flyer for the free sports physicals that will be held at BCMS on Saturday, June 8, 2019.  Parents and athletes should note:  Starting in 2016, per the IHSAA, physicals may NO LONGER be signed by a Nurse Practitioner or Physician Assistant.

      THIS WEEK’S BRAVE QUOTE:

      You might not be able to carry a tune,
      do rope tricks or give humorous, home spun advice
      but you do have a song to sing
      and ability that needs to be developed and used.”

      THIS WEEK’S PROJECT WISDOM THEME:  

      Nonviolence : Honoring Elders : Encouraging Others : Cordiality : Self-Responsibility/Character

      Until next week,

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

      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 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 1

      Week 1: August   6 - August 10
      Week 2: August 13 - August 17
      Week 3: August 20 - August 24
      Week 4: August 27 - August 31
      Week 5: September 3 - September 7 (Labor Day)
      Week 6: September 10 - September 14
      Week 7: September 17 - September 21
      Week 8: September 24 - September 28
      Week 9: October 1 - October 5
      Week 10: October 8 - October 12
      Fall Break: October 15 - October 19
      Week 11: October 22 - October 26
      Week 12: October 29 - November 2

      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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