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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
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2014 Winter Sports
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Principal, David Miles II
BCMS students collected over 400lbs. of food for the food bank last week. Of course, it was a competition between grade levels so the collection was fast and furious on the last day. Please congratulate BCMS students for their efforts especially the 8th grade class who came away victorious.
Our Omega team competed in a qualifying tournament for the First Lego League Tournament in Sandpoint recently. Even though this is the first year BCMS has had a FLL team, they were able to qualify for the state tournament in Moscow coming soon. The team competed in programming a robot to perform various “missions” and was also judged independently in creativity, ingenuity, and others. Way to go Team Omega for representing our school the best you could!
Please congratulate JenykaRegehrwho a $100.00 gift certificate to Walmart, for her winning entry in Idaho Forest Group's Christmas Card Art Contest. The group also donated $100.00 in art supplies to BCMS.
BCMS staff members, Judy Johnson and Jacob Garrison, helped our school raise $162.00 in the annual Scratch for Schools event sponsored by the Idaho Lottery. They had to scratch as many tickets as possible in a 5 minute period and then count up their winnings. Over 55 schools attended the event. Too ad the lottery couldn’t just give us a bunch of money but we’ll take what we can.
Please welcome our new Cheer coach/advisor, Sydney Dennis. Sydney is bringing lots of experience and positive energy to our middle school cheer squad. Check out her efforts with our middle school cheer girls at our home games coming up soon.
The Leadership class created local gratitude graffiti walls in the halls of BCMS. Their objective was to get students to periodically write what they are grateful for and have other students see those writings. They hung paper and markers around the school and it was a huge success. Students filled up the available space writing things they were grateful for. Wonderful to take a moment to think about all that we have right before celebrating the holiday designed for just that.
BCMSLeadership students are currently challenging students with their “12 days of gratitude challenge.” This occurs every morning where leadership students challenge the school to perform random acts of gratitude. Hopefully this will encourage all students to act kindly to one of another.
The BCMS entryway is decorated for the holidays. Come see what our Leadership students have created for us during December. It helps bring a festive atmosphere to our school. We even have a real tree which I think makes our entryway smell awesome.
December 15th: Basketball practice begins for all students interested in playing this season.
December 16th: Holiday Concert from 7-9pm in Becker Auditorium. Come listen to BCSD students play holiday tunes.
December 18th: Activity Day! Students will be treated to an all-day activity day with activities ranging from watching movies to bowling. It will culminate in a student vs. staff dodgeball game from 3-4pm.
December 18th: Holiday Dance from 4:15-5:30pm. BCMS will host a holiday dance. Cost will be a dollar and doors will close at 4:30 with no entry after that. Only students attending BCMS and absent any behavioral issues may attend. There will be a bake sale to raise money for Moose Madness during the dance.
School Office Hours
7:00 am - 4:30 pm
Monday - Thursday
6577 Main Street
Bonners Ferry, Idaho 83805
Mr. David Miles II, Principal
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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