Bloomfield Middle School Newsletter

May 31, 2017

6th Grade Computers

Middle School Events

The BEST dance of the year is only a few weeks away! Come dance the night away with all your friends one last time before summer! The IB CAS Juniors and Seniors are hosting 'Kick off to Summer' Middle School Dance Friday June 9th 7-9. LOTS OF CANDY, LOTS OF SODA & LOTS OF FUN!

Regents exams for 8th graders

Tuesday, June 13th at 12:00 PM is the Algebra I exam.

Wednesday, June 14th at 12:00 PM is the Living Environment Regents exam.

Checkpoint A exam for French and Spanish 1B is Friday, June 16th at 8:00 AM.

A letter will be sent home soon with details about these days.

News from the classroom

Sci 7 - Electricity Unit until the end of the year.

Hello everyone,

We are closing out the year and in 6th grade Family and Consumer Science the students are finishing a sewing project and will be working in the kitchen. In Health 6 and 7, we are completing our last units and will have a final on June 15 (A day) and June 16 (B day). Have a great last few weeks of school and a relaxing summer!


Mr. Lubberts

Update to the school calendar

Last day of regular class for grades 8-12 is Monday, June 12th, not Tuesday the 13th.

Last day of regular classes for grades 6 and 7 remains Friday, June 16th.

A good article on how to talk to your teen!

7th grade -Seabreeze permission slip - students also have paper copies

6th grade - Seabreeze permission slip - students have paper copies

6th and 7th grade medical form for Seabreeze - must be returned with permission slip

Please see below for more information about summer library programs in grades 4-7.

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See below for more info on the summer basketball camp for girls in grades 7-12!

Another Chipotle fundraiser! Yum! Support BCS Lax!

Congratulations to....

Congratulations to the Middle School Band and Chorus on two wonderful performances at the Darien Lake Music Festival on May 13th. Both groups received the top rating of "Outstanding with Distinction" with scores of over 95 to 100. In addition, the Middle School Band took 1st place out of 5 groups in their division. Both groups exceeded expectations. Mr. Roesch and Mr. Hoffman are very proud of all students who were involved!

Bloomfield to host Special Olympics!

Bloomfield Central School is excited and honored to be the host for the 2018 Wayne Finger Lakes Special Olympics Track and Field Meet. The meet will be held at the high school on May 18, 2018.

The Special Olympics raises awareness about the successes and celebrations of all students regardless of abilities or disabilities. The Special Olympics promotes teamwork and unites all athletes as they work toward common goals.

The Special Olympics brings together communities to see and take part in the transformational power of sport. Through this event the skills and dignity of our athletes will be showcased.

For more information or for volunteer opportunities please contact: Jon Mastin:

A Student Warning about Internet Safety

The letter below was written by Ian Popeck, a student at Bloomfield Middle School. Its purpose is to warn both students and parents about the potential dangers of the Internet and social media. We are all very proud of Ian for his hard work and dedication in writing and revising his letter!