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  • Student Bulletin 2/23/18
    Lunch Menu: Fish taco, stewed tomatoes, mandarin oranges, and milk.
    There will be a mandatory player and parent baseball meeting this Sunday at 6:00 pm in the middle school cafeteria for all 7th and 8th grade students who plan to try out for JH baseball this season.
    Any 8th grade student interested in joining the high school color guard next year should attend an informational meeting on Tuesday, March 6th from 3-4:30. We will meet in the middle school band room to discuss what color guard is, and practice a few sample moves. Anyone is welcome to attend. No experience necessary!
    Current 6th and 7th grade students interested in trying out for cheerleading for the 2018-2019 season, get a jump start on your skills by attending tumbling on Wednesday nights. For more information, stop by the office and get a flyer. Parents or guardians of interested students MUST contact the coach before attending. You can email
    Wyldlife Club is back. What is Wyldlife? Wild game, free food, music, friends, and fun. In short, the best night of the week. Wyldlife is at the Teen Center every other Friday starting tomorrow from 7-8 pm. This is for all MS students only. Parents are invited to come early at 6:30 to meet our college volunteer leaders and learn more about Wyldlife. You can also see Mrs. Calvert for more information or email the address on your screen. (
    Are you 13 or older and interested in community service? The Teen Center is holding interviews for the Youth Action Board this upcoming month. If you're interested or have any questions, please email the Teen Center.
    BAMSA will host a spirit night at Skatetown on Thursday, March 8th from 5:30-8:30 pm. Admission is $9.00 and includes: unlimited roller skating, unlimited ball-o-city, unlimited inflatable, one session of laser tag, one slice of pizza, and one small fountain drink. This event is open to 7th and 8th grade students only.
    The next 5th and 6th grade spirit night at Skatetown will be held on Thursday, April 12th.
    5th and 6th grade students, get ready to hit the dance floor! BAMSA is hosting a dance Friday, March 9th in the MS gym from 7:00-9:00 pm. Admission is only $3.00 and snacks along with drinks will be available for purchase. In addition, there will be face painting and glitter tattoos available for an extra cost.
    Upcoming PSSA Testing Windows:
    ELA - April 9-13, 2018
    Math - April 16-20, 2018
    Science (8th grade only) - April 23-27, 2018
    Box Tops - collection is all school year - boxes in office & library
    Soda Tabs - collection is all year - drop off in office or Mrs. Bulkley's room



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    The length of dresses, skirts, skorts, shorts, and the upper end of slits in skirts cannot be more than five inches above the knee.

    All upper body clothing must cover the chest and midsection of the body. It must not be low-cut in either the front or back. No camisoles, spaghetti straps, or halter tops allowed. Shoulder straps on tops should be at least three inches in width. Spandex, tube tops, see-through or other skin-tight clothing of any type unless worn under an acceptable style of dress is not permitted in school. Undergarments should not be visible when clothing is worn properly.

    A student not complying with the guidelines of the MS dress code will initially be warned and asked to change into appropriate clothing. If appropriate clothing cannot be obtained, the student will be assigned to the Reassignment Room for the remainder of the day.

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  • Student Assistance Program (SAP)

    Student Assistance Programs are collaborative teams of trained school district and County Mental Health and Drug and Alcohol Service agency personnel who meet regularly to assess, refer, and support student needs in order to remove barriers to their learning. For further information visit the BASD SAP web page

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  • Message to Middle School Parents:

    Please know that our absolute top priority is the safety of your children, our students. For the last several days we have been addressing and investigating any and all concerns. We can confidently report that there has not been a threat to this building. Rest assured, procedures and protocol are in place. We have and will continue to be extra vigilant while taking all necessary precautions. Do not hesitate to contact our office with any further information, questions, and/or concerns.

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  • Salem Playground

    Middle School students are not allowed on Salem playground until 3:30. If you are picking up a sibling, you must remain in the designated area under the awning. If you do not, you will be asked to leave the grounds and your parents will have to make other plans to pick up your siblings.

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