School Office Hours
7:00 am - 4:30 pm
Monday - Thursday
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ASB Card - $20.00
Yearbooks - $25.00
Planners - $5.00
Art II & Art III Fee - $20.00
Family ASB - $45.00
*All band students must purchase an ASB Card.
Principal, David Miles II
BCMS hosted a “Lock Up Bullying” locker decorating contest from October 8th-16th. This anti-bullying event was in conjunction with Safe Schools month for October and presented by the BCMS Leadership class.
Radical Rick the Science Guy presented his Extreme Science show at a school wide assembly in the BCMS gym on October 13th. The students seemed to enjoy his live science demonstrations which included many explosions, fire, and ice!
BCMS practiced earthquake drills during the Great Idaho Shake Out. We have joined with several thousand others to practice safe techniques in the case of an earthquake. http://shakeout.org/idaho/
The Spaghetti Feed and Concert fundraiser presented by BCMS and BFHS Music Department was a great success. The BCMS gym was packed and those in attendance were able to enjoy several musical and choral performances from the middle school and high school.
October 23rd: Anti-Bullying Assembly created by Leadership class in conjunction with other classes at the Middle School. This presentation is entirely student created and presented.
October 23rd-31st: Red Ribbon Week. This year’s theme is “Love yourself, be drug free.”
October 27th: Red Ribbon Week Give Away. Each student at BCMS will receive a small token representing Red Ribbon Week while also hearing a short message about Red Ribbon Week and its meaning/purpose.
October 29th: Wear Red Day in honor or Red Ribbon Week.
October 29th: Red Ribbon Week Door Decorating Contest. Advisory classes will be decorating their doors according to this year’s theme. Prizes will be given for the winning doors.
October 30th: Halloween Dance after school in BCMS cafeteria from 415-530pm. All students except those in disciplinary procedures are allowed to attend the dance. Doors will be locked to enter the dance at 430 and students need to be picked up no later than 545 or will not be allowed to attend the next dance. Parents are free to attend to the dance.
November 3rd-6th: The book fair returns to the BCMS library.
November 4th: Picture Retake Day at BCMS.
November 6th: College Shirt Day.
November 10th: Veteran’s Day Assembly. Time TBA.
2014-2015 BCMS Bell Schedule: (subject to change for special events, assemblies, etc.)
1st 8:00 – 9:07 6th Grade Advisory 11:09 – 11:33
2nd 9:11 – 10:06 6th Grade Lunch 11:33 - 12:04
3rd 10:10 – 11:05 7th Grade Lunch 12:04 – 12:39
4th 11:09 – 12:04 7th Grade Advisory 12:39 - 1:03
5th 12:08 – 1:03 8th Grade Lunch 1:03 – 1:38
6th 1:07 – 2:02 8th Grade Advisory 1:38 - 2:02
7th 2:06 – 3:01
8th 3:05 – 4:00
Book Fair - Nov. 3rd-6th
We are excited about our upcoming Book Fair.
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Mr. David Miles II, Principal
Radical Rick's Extreme Science Show BCMS hosted on Monday, October 13th
Cyberbullying: New Problems, New Tactics
Bullying is an old problem that remains difficult to bring under control, in part because technology offers new ways for kids to pick on one another. Indeed, cyberbullying can extend the reach and power of some of the worst bullies, subjecting kids to taunts from beyond their own schools and neighborhoods.
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