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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.
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We are receiving information that schools from other states/school districts are receiving phone calls that are implying that there is an active shooter in the school building. The information I have received is that these messages are pre-recorded. I have met with law enforcement and all building administrators were briefed today about this issue. We are informing our staffs and secretaries to be vigilant in our duties to students.
As a parent, if you hear anything that may help us make certain all students continue to be safe in our school district, please let your administrator know or contact the district office at 267-3146.
***PLEASE BE AWARE THAT BCSD #101 HAS NOT RECEIVED ANY PHONE CALLS REGARDING THE ABOVE SITUATION.***
8th grade Promotion information
Dance Permission Slip
BCMS Electives 2015 - 2016
For a complete list of the proposed electives to be offered at
BCMS for 2015 - 2016
Proposed 2015-2016 BCMS Handbook
Parents and community, there are several recommended changes to our student handbook for next year. Please review the handbook if you wish to comment or make suggestions. The areas highlighted are significant revisions being recommended at this time. The School Board will consider these revisions at their June Board meeting. Thank you for you input and feedback.
Principal, David Miles II
We are gathering feedback from parents to help improve our school. Please complete the survey above to give us valuable feedback. Students and staff have already completed a similar survey and we are excited to view and discuss the results.
Last (4th) quarter has started. Please help students academically and behaviorally complete the final quarter well. Remember many activities are behavioral based and a privilege as well.
State testing has begun. Students have been doing very well. Thank you to all the people helping make this a pleasant experience for all involved. This testing will continue through May 11th.
Our only home track meet was great though the weather took a cold turn. Our students performed well and tried their hardest.
5/1-5/2: Middle School Robotics is hosting a yard sale at the middle school parking lot. Come support this new program.
5/4-5/7: Teacher appreciation week.
5/5: Leadership class to visit high school.
5/6: Mid-quarter grade reports sent home
5/7: College Shirt Day
5/11: Leadership students to visit elementary schools.
5/12: Band finale concert at 6:30pm at Becker Auditorium.
5/13: Move Up Day – 5th grade will visit BCMS, 8th grade will visit BFHS.
5/14: Reality Town: 8th grade students will get a taste of real life in the afternoon at BCMS.
5/14: Forget Me Not Run/Walk: Leadership students host a remembrance event while also raising money for scholarships.
5/18: Finale Choir Concert
5/18-5/22: Cheer clinic and tryouts.
5/19: Agriculture class field trip
5/21: 8th grade to Silverwood
5/29: Drama presents “Camp Rock”
6/3: 8th Grade Grad Practice
6/3: Talent Show and End of year assembly
6/4: Last day of school for students, Field Day for 6th graders, Boat races for 7th graders, Promotion ceremony and dance for 8th graders
School Office Hours
7:00 am - 4:30 pm
Monday - Thursday
6577 Main Street
Bonners Ferry, Idaho 83805
Mr. David Miles II, Principal
Congratulations to our track teams! They recently gathered 2nd and 3rd place finishes at their respective district events. Way to go Badgers!
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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