Bath County Middle School

Tuesday, September 27, 2022

UPCOMING EVENTS


  • There are only 5 more 2022 BCMS Yearbooks available for purchase! Yearbooks are $30. Once these five are gone, there will not be any more to sell. Thank you!
  • The 6th Grade students at BCMS are invited to participate in a trip to Horse Cave, Ky on October 7, 2022. We will be visiting Kentucky Down Under. The trip will include round-trip transportation on a deluxe motor coach. For further information please email Ms. Dennis at lesley.dennis @bath.kyschools.us or call (606) 674-8165.
  • 6th Grade Field Trip- Parents please have your child at BCMS by 6:15 am on Friday, October 7. The buses will leave BCMS at 6:30 am. We will return to BCMS around 6:00 pm. If your child has not turned in a permission slip, please do so by October 6. If you have any questions, please contact Ms. Dennis lesley.dennis@bath.kyschools.us or 606-674-8165.
  • There is still time to join STLP and Girls Who Code. They will meet every Thursday, even if it is not announced. If you are interested in anything from photography, to graphic design to coding, then this club is for you! See Ms. Ballman in Room 115 for a permission slip.
  • Camp Smile A Camp for Children who have lost loved one will be holding a camp on Saturday, October 1, from 10:00 am-6:00 pm. If interested you may apply online at https://www.st-claire.org/services/hospice/camp-smile/


Sports


  • BCMS Ladycats wll be in action toight at home versus East Carter. It is also 8th Grade Night! Good Luck Ladycats! Ladycats will also be in action on Thursday, September 29, at Morgan County. Good Luck Ladycats!
  • There will be BCMS Boys Basketball practice on Wednesday, September 28, from 6:30pm-8:00 pm.

Breakfast/Lunch

  • Breakfast, Tuesday, September 27: Scramble Eggs, Bacon, and Toast, or Toast, Cereal, Fruit,and Milk
  • Lunch, Tuesday, September 27: Pizza, Smiley Fries, Fresh Vegetable Cup, Fruit, and Milk or Salad Bar
  • Breakfast, Wednesday, September 28: Breakfast Pizza, or Cereal, Toast, Fruit, and Milk
  • Lunch, Wednesday, September 28: Turkey or Ham Sub, Lettuce, Tomatoes, Baked Beans, Baked Chips, Fruit, Milk, or Salad Bar

School News



  • As of Monday,September 19th, BCMS began verifying all transportation notes. If notes are not verified, students will have to continue with their normal mode of transportation.



  • BCMS Fall Pictures will be taken on October 5. Picture retakes will be on November 10.



  • Ms. Moriarity will begin tutoring students in English and Social Studies next week. If you need help in those subject areas, please bring the work you need to complete to her room on Wednesdays after 5th bell until 5:30 pm Parents will pick you up in the side parking lot. If you want some extra help, please attend!!!



  • Both the JV and Varsity Quick Recall team had a great night last night. JV beat Bracken County 25-19 with Rylan Helton, Blake Sparks, Kaegan Fawns, Emma Johnson, Rogan Alderman, Emma Conyers, and Hez Crouch all scoring points. Varsity won 29-6 with Trey Thomas, Madison Chambers, Lincoln Johnson, and Landon Shrout all scoring points! Way to go Academic Team! We are so proud of you!




  • Academic Team members who are taking Written Tests today need to report to teh cafeteria to eat when 1st bell is dismissed and then report to Ms. Moriarity's room. We can't start the tests until everyone is in the room. The tests are timed. Good Luck on Written test #2!





  • This week is BCMS Spirit Week Jr Beta is hosting a snack drive. Please see the posters around school for ideas of what to bring in. The homeroom with the most snacks brought in by Friday, September 30, will receive donuts for their class. Students and teachers are encouraged to participate in the Window Decorating contest, as well as dress up days. Teachers who participate are allowed to wear jeans as part of their outfits. NO HATS are permitted the rest of the week.
  • Tuesday, September 27: Geek Day, everyone who participates will get Smarties at lunch.
  • Wednesday, September 28: is 80's Day! Dress like you would have if you live through the 80's! The Homeroom with the most Spirited window (from the outside) will receive a treat for winning.
  • Thursday, September 29: Superhero Day! Dress like your favorite superhero or wear your favorite superhero shirt. All participants get to eat outside.
  • Friday, September 30: Red Out Day! Wear Red or your Bath Co. gear. All participants will receive a tattoo for participating.


  • Parents/Guardians: Please be advised that in order to enter the middle school you will be asked to show your ID and to state your reason for your visit. This is required by State law KRS 158.162. Although, staff may know you personally you will still have to follow these rules. This is for the safety of all. Thank you for your cooperation and understanding.



  • Parents/Guardians: Just a few reminders since the excitement from the first day has calmed down some this reminder is about pickups both from school and for extra-curricular activities. If someone other than you will be picking up your child, please relay this information to them. Our students who are picked up from school, rather than riding the bus, are not released until 3:15. Please do not arrive earlier than that time, as we do not have the space in our back parking lot to accommodate all vehicles. Due to our limited space and people parking early, city streets and residential areas are being blocked and it is posing a safety hazard as emergency vehicles can't get through. We've been notified that law enforcement will be out in force and if you are posing a traffic hazard, you will be asked to move. If your child is staying after school for an extracurricular activity such as sports or clubs, you will need to park in the side parking lot between the school and the board office. DO NOT park in the loop or on the sidewalks as emergency vehicles cannot get through. We apologize for any inconvenience, but we just want to ensure everyone is safe. Thank you for your cooperation and understanding.

Quote of the day: "The fastest way to your own happiness is to make another happy." D. Choppka

Attendance: 92%

TITLE 1

The Title I program at Bath County Schools promotes the belief that all children can learn and acknowledges that parents share the school’s commitment to educational success for all students. We recognize that a student’s education is a responsibility shared by school, family, students, and community. District staff and staff within Title I schools work jointly to ensure effective involvement of parents and the success of the students in reaching high academic standards.


BATH COUNTY MIDDLE SCHOOL

Misty Johnson Principal

Justin Smallwood Assistant Principal

Hillary Lewis Counselor

Kaye Wells YSC

Missy Vincent Bookkeeper

Lora Adams Attendance Clerk

Tracye Botts Receptionist

Reminder to Parents: Students are not allowed to be dropped off at BCMS before 7:30 am, doors do not open until then. Thank you!