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Football Schedule

Football Schedule

Weekly Schedule
Summer Reading List
Grade 6 & 7 One-to-One Computer Information & Links

Typing Skills Links:

Dance Mat Typing:

Peter’s Online Typing Course:

Free Typing Games:

Online Free Touch Typing:

Chromebook Doodle Notes

Daily School Schedules
Nurse & Clinic Information

Over-the-Counter Medicine Consent Form

WJCC Health Services

¿ESTÁ MI HIJO LO SUFICIENTEMENTE SALUDABLE PARA IR A LA ESCUELA? Is my child well enough to go to school – Spanish

La carta para vacuna Tdap Tdap letter – Spanish

BMS Dress Code

BMS Dress Code

The following dress code will be in effect for the 2017-2018 school year
1. Hygiene is important in school and should be attended to daily.
2. Clothing/accessories bearing obscene, offensive, profane, negative, suggestive, or abusive statements or images will not be permitted.
3. Clothing that is torn, ripped, frayed, slashed, or made to appear as such may not be worn. Ripped or torn pants are not allowed unless something is worn under them to cover holes above knee.
4. Clothing must not advertise/advocate/promote activities illegal to minors.
5. Pants must be worn at the waistline, preferable with a belt. Sagging is not permitted. Students will be asked to tuck in their shirt or have pants cinched if sagging becomes a distraction.
6. Shorts/skorts/dresses/skirts must have a 5” inseam and must rest at mid-thigh or lower with the article of clothing worn at the waist. This length must be consistent all the way around the article of clothing.
7. Any shirts must have a strap at least 2 inches wide. The width of a standard credit card or driver’s licenses.
8. Muscle T’s, spaghetti straps, strapless tops, mesh weave, fishnet, sheer and see-through clothing, crop tops, and the like are not allowed.
9. Bandanas may not be worn or adorned in any fashion, including the pattern as part of any clothing.
10. Hats or any headwear, including do-rags and sunglasses must be removed prior to entering the building.
11. Students may not wear the hoods of hooded sweatshirts on their heads. Students may be asked to remove the sweatshirt if this occurs in the school building.
12. Coats are not to be worn inside the building during the school day. Coats must be put into the lockers upon arrival at school. Sweaters and light jackets may be worn during the day.
13. Skin-tight clothing, such as yoga pants or tights made of spandex material, is not allowed.
14. Clothing that shows midriff, buttocks, or excessive cleavage is prohibited.
15. Sleepwear (pajamas/slippers) and blankets are not allowed.
16. Backpacks must be placed inside the student’s locker during the school day. Small bags may ONLY be carried to PE class.
17. All undergarments must remain properly under the appropriate cover or clothing and, therefore, no straps from undergarments shall be visible.
18. Clothing or clothing accessories that are defamatory and/or distracting are not permitted.
19. Any clothing, make-up, hairstyle, or manner of appearance that disrupts the educational process will not be allowed.



4:30 pm BMS Football Game @ Queens Lake
BMS Football Game @ Queens Lake
Sep 26 @ 4:30 pm
BMS Football Game @ Queens Lake
Football Schedule Tuesdays at 4:30 September 26 at Queens Lake October 3 vs. Toano (Home Game) October 10 at Yorktown October 17 vs Grafton (Home Game) October 24 vs Hornsby (Home Game)
4:30 pm BMS Football Game @ Berkeley Middle School
BMS Football Game @ Berkeley Middle School
Oct 3 @ 4:30 pm
Football Schedule Tuesdays at 4:30 October 3 vs. Toano (Home Game) October 10 at Yorktown October 17 vs Grafton (Home Game) October 24 vs Hornsby (Home Game)
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