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School Office Hours


7:00 am - 4:30 pm

Monday - Thursday

Bell Schedules

2016 - 2017
1st Breakfast included  8:00  9:03
2nd  9:07  9:58
3rd 10:02 10:53
4th 10:57 11:48
Lunch / Advisory 11:48  1:18
5th  1:18  2:09
6th  2:13  3:04
7th  3:08  4:00
     
7th Lunch 11:48 12:18
7th Advisory 12:18  1:14
     
6th Advisory 11:52 12:18
6th Lunch 12:18 12:48
6th Advisory 12:48  1:14
     
8th Advisory 11:52 12:48
8th Lunch 12:48  1:18
 
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2017 Track Schedule

**Revised 4/9/17


 

Upcoming Events

4/19:  Track Meet in Clark Fork 4pm

4/21:  Track Meet in Bonners Ferry 3pm(only home meet)

4/25:  Spring Class Pictures and Track 

4/26:  Track Meet in Kellogg 4pm

5/1:  Track Meet in Priest River 4pm

5/1-5/4:  Teacher Appreciation Week

5/5:  Track Districts in Timberlake 3pm

 

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Miles' Monitor

BCMS News


Principal, David Miles II



4/10/17

Boundary County Middle School Prepares to Wrap Up Another Year!

BCMS is gearing up for the end of the year already. The final quarter of school will begin as we return from Spring Break. This time is frantic for many as activities become more immediate, grades become more important, and hopefully the weather becomes nice making it hard for many to focus.

One parent is already actively planning for the 8th Promotion Dance and had this letter to send to the public:

Dear Parents/Family ,

As you know, 8th grade graduation is around the corner!  Mr. Miles asked the students if they wanted a dance this year and they said, “Yes!”  This means, we have some planning and getting together to do.  If you are interested in being a part of it in any way, please let me know by email, text, or phone call as soon as possible.  I’ll set a date for our first meeting after hearing from you, as I know we are all busy with the Spring sports season and other extracurricular activities going on.  I look forward to working with you serving our youth!

Thank you,

Alethia Ussher (parent volunteer), 267-4647 home, 530-417-0433 call or text, alethiaussher@gmail.com

Another note to parents follows:

As we come upon the end of the year, there are several activities planned for students. As always, these activities are privileges and students who have good behavior and acceptable grades will be allowed to attend and participate in those activities. Examples of some of the activities include 8th grade trip to Silverwood, Promotion ceremony and dance, 7th grade boat races, 6th grade field day, and others. Please take a moment to remind your children of these opportunities and how they can earn them.

Another thing to consider at this point in the year is grades. Moving to the next grade level must also be earned by earning the appropriate number of credits per year. Credits are counted each semester and a student must earn 11 credits, including at least 1 in English, Math, and Science. Please take time to discuss grades with your child to make sure they are on track to be promoted. If you have questions, please call the office. Contacting the school and teachers to check on your child is a great method of being proactive.

On another note, while we are all enjoying our spring break hopefully somewhere warm, the bands will be heading to frigid Edmonton for their spring band trip. I know they will be enjoying their time together and learning more about music and chance to play.

BCMS will be hosting Miss Idaho on Monday April 10th! She will be speaking to each grade level from 11:48-1:18 in the Band Room about social media awareness and then again to our Leadership Class from 3-4 about obstacles of being a leader. We are excited for this opportunity.

ISAT testing will begin on April 17th for majority of our students. Again, the State of Idaho mandates that our students participate in this yearly testing in order to measure growth of our students and the effectiveness of our schools and teachers. We are confident we will continue to show growth on our scores.

Our first away Track Meet will be in Timberlake on April 13th. We have around 60 participants in track and can’t wait to see how our team competes against others.

More importantly, our ONLY Home Track Meet will be April 21st starting at 3pm. If you don’t want to travel this will be your only opportunity to see our athletes compete. Please come support our students and their athletic performance.

BCMS pictures for the track team and spring individual pictures will be April 25th. Please be ready to look your best.

BCMS is proud of our teachers and we will celebrate Teacher Appreciation Week during the week of May 1-4. We would appreciate any kudos you could give or appreciation you wish to give during that time as well. Of course, you can always tell them you appreciate them any time….

Students and parents interested in exploring advanced opportunities this summer or next year please call our counseling office. A presentation was recently given to all students explaining this opportunity to earn advanced credits and potentially a college degree by the time a student leaves high school.

BCMS has also been very active leading up to spring break. We had a March Madness door decorating contest, art classes created a ceramic feast of food, we were able to watch a Marimba band play for us, science class conducted cool experiments and then showed them off during lunch time, we had a used book sale, and students surprised me on my 40th birthday with a black decorated room and black clothing schoolwide. BCMS is always up to something and I love every minute of it. Enjoy the Break!

GO BADGERS!

BOUNDARY COUNTY

 MIDDLE SCHOOL


6577 Main Street

Bonners Ferry, Idaho 83805


Mr. David Miles II, Principal 

david.miles@mail.bcsd101.com


Phone   208.267.5852

Fax   208.267.8099

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Advanced Art Class

Advanced Art Class just completed their first paintings, copying a famous work of art. They learned that they can legally copy a Masterpiece as long as they give credit to the original artist.


 

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