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ASB Card - $20.00            

Yearbooks - $30.00

*All band students must purchase an ASB Card.


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Download 2018-2019 Parent & Student Handbook


Welcome to Boundary County Middle School! This Student/Parent Handbook has been developed to help you become familiar with the guidelines, regulations, and policies of this school and district. Please feel free to contact our school to discuss any concerns or ask any questions you may have. Our challenge and hope is for you to leave BCMS more successful and better prepared for the future than when you arrived.
Mission Statement:
The Mission of Boundary County School District #101 is to provide every student, pre K-12, an academically challenging, relevant, well rounded education that best prepares students for continuing education and workforce preparation and allows them to become accountable, respectful, and successful citizens.
Vision Statement:
Boundary County School District #101 will provide a safe and structured environment; free of drugs, violence, and bullying, where all students can grow into productive citizens and lifelong learners. Our administrators, teachers, and staff, coupled with parents and community involvement, are committed to providing a collaborative atmosphere with diverse opportunities to best prepare them for life in the 21st century. We will cultivate well-rounded students through an academically challenging curriculum and focus on providing a place to learn social skills.
We are proud of Boundary County Middle School, home of the Badgers. We look forward to you becoming part of our tradition of academics, community service and competition. We urge you to do your best academically and participate in many of the school activities to get the most out of your school experience.
Mascot: Badgers
Colors: Blue and White

Miles' Monitor


Principal, David Miles II


Dear Parents/Guardians,

Welcome back to the beginning of another school year! Boundary County Middle School is excited to open the doors to students once again for another amazing year.

Student schedules will be available beginning Tuesday, August 28th. Our attached Middle School Student Information Sheet is required to be filled out completely on both sides before we will release a student’s schedule.

We will be working hard to improve our academic focus and build on last year’s success. Last year, we were able to improve our ISAT test scores in most areas and hope to continue that trend this year by improving in all areas. We will also continue to push our school expectations of Safe, Civil, and Productive.

Most of our staff remains here from last year but we are also excited about a few changes. We will be welcoming two new faces to our building: Paula Schulte will be our new Computer Technology teacher and Paul Ubl will be our new 7th grade English and Language Arts teacher. Kelly Hinthorn will be taking over 8th grade English and Language Arts. John Heigel will be acting as Brenda Kerttu in 7th grade Science for first quarter while she is on maternity leave.

Our free for everyone breakfast served during morning class time will no longer be operated. Breakfast will now only be served before school in the cafeteria and come with a charge per use.

In an attempt to have better communication and celebrate the many positive things about our school, we will continue our privacy and media policy which is an opt-out procedure. This means we may post pictures of students and/or their work on our website or other social media outlet (facebook, twitter, etc) unless parents write a letter opting out of this practice. We hope this will allow us to be more timely and positive in our community communication.

Please help us maintain a safe atmosphere at school, especially at the end of the day. Do not drive or park in our west parking lot from 3:50-4:10 as the buses are using the space to drop off and pick up students. Students are also walking and riding their bikes in the same area making a very congested area during that time. Instead, please instruct students to meet you at the north or south parking lots to be picked up.

Finally, please remind your children of our modest dress code and electronics policies. Dress must modestly cover the body and all electronics must be off and put away from the time they arrive at school until the final bell.
We have included some important dates as summer draws to a close.


Back to School Night: Monday, September 10th

BCMS will be hosting Back to School Night from 5:00pm until 8:00pm for all sixth, seventh, and eighth grade students and parents/guardians. The purpose of this open house style evening is to allow teachers to meet with parents/guardians and discuss their classes, expectations, and general requirements and allow parents to ask questions for the upcoming school year.

Instrument Night: Monday, September 10th

BCMS will host an instrument night from 5:00-8:00pm in conjunction with Back to School Night. Students and parents can access information concerning band and get their instruments during this time.

Picture Days: Thursday, September 13th and Tuesday, September 25th

Individual student pictures will be taken during school as well as Cheerleading and Volleyball pictures after school on September 13th. Cross Country and Football pictures will be after school on September 25th.

If you have any questions or concerns, please contact the BCMS office at (208) 267-5852.

Thank you!

Go Badgers! 

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6577 Main Street

Bonners Ferry, Idaho 83805

Mr. David Miles II, Principal

Phone   208.267.5852

Fax   208.267.8099


7:00 AM - 4:30 PM

Monday - Thursday

Bell Schedule

2018 ~ 2019
1st     8:00    8:54
2nd    8:58    9:50
3rd    9:54  10:46
4th  10:50  11:42
Lunch / Study Hall   11:42    1:12
5th    1:16    2:08
6th    2:12    3:04
7th    3:08    4:00
6th Lunch  11:42  12:12
6th Study Hall  12:16    1:12
8th Study Hall  11:46  12:12
8th Lunch  12:12  12:42
8th Study Hall  12:46    1:12
7th Lunch  12:42   1:12
7th Study Hall  11:46  12:42

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