BCMS Staff and Faculty News

September 19



Quote for the week of September 19

“I'm not saying I'm gonna change the world, but I guarantee that I will spark the brain that will change the world.”

Tupac Shakur

You are with us, or against us; choose your side carefully!


Employee of the Month- August 2016

Congratulations to our employee of the month for August 2016 Letitia Lambert!!!

Progress Report Overview

Progress reports recently came out. We had a wide variety of grades. Some teachers have over 60% of their class failing. If 60% of your class is failing, that is a major problem. I expect you to communicate with the parents of those students to see what the issue is. I will be touching base with the specific teachers who fall in this category.

Walk Through Focus of the Week ( September 19)


The teacher uses content and pedagogical expertise to design and execute lessons aligned with state standards, related content and student needs.

The teacher organizes a safe, accessible and efficient classroom.

Math Collaborative Team Walk -Through ( Date TBA)

Learning walks with the administrative staff during your conference time.

Staff Shout -Outs

Good job Math department. Our Unit I preliminary scores look very good! Keeping pushing!


Please do not park in the visitor park spaces, cafeteria area, or the employee of the month space (Unless you are the employee of the month). We have plenty of parking available for staff around the building.


  • Please adjust your time device to mirror the bells in the building ( The accurate time is in the main office on the intercom phone).
  • Lesson Plans are due Every Monday for the Following week. Every teacher should have 2 weeks worth of plans in the system ( No Exception)
  • Morning Duty- Please be signed in and at your duty station by 7:00 AM. You are to be actively monitor and be checking for compliance issues ( ID's/Dress code/etc)
  • Afternoon Duty-Be vigilant and active with students.....Get them out of the building as quick as possible
  • When you are going to be out please make sure that your responsibilities are covered: ARD, Duty, Tutorials, ETC....
  • In the event that you are out for sickness, etc...Make sure to communicate that to me via text and to Mrs. Nealy. You are responsible for submitting your absence in AESOP in a timely manner.
  • Grades should be updated Weekly....Do not get behind...

Employees Dress Code

If a staff member fails to adhere to the standard of dress, they may be sent home and charged with a personal leave.

Unacceptable attire for females
  • Articles of clothing that are ripped, torn or transparent, or that contain holes that expose undergarments and/or skin.
  • Low-cut blouses, tops or sweaters with plunging neck-lines. The display of cleavage is unacceptable.
  • Shirts, blouses or dresses that do not cover the back, waist or midriff. This includes, but is not limited to, crop tops, tube tops, halters and spaghetti straps less than two inches in width.
  • Strapless dresses and tops without jackets.
  • Shirts, blouses and dresses that have excessive cut outs revealing undergarments.
  • Pant type clothing that do not reach below the knee such as skorts and capris. Capris must be midcalf or below.
  • Shorts, cut-offs, blue jeans, sweat pants or wind pants.*
  • Sleeveless T-shirts and /or T-shirts that display vulgarities, obscenities, offensive or suggestive prints regarding drugs, alcohol or sex.
  • Clothing that is excessively tight fitting.
  • Beach shoes, flip-flops, Crocs or slippers (typically flip-flops is footwear in which there is a band between the big toe and the other toes).
  • Head coverings worn indoors except for religious reasons.
  • Denim wear

Unacceptable attire for males
  • Articles of clothing that are ripped, torn, transparent or that contain holes to expose undergarments and/or skin.
  • Shorts, cut-offs, blue jeans, sweat pants or wind pants.*
  • Sagging pants.
  • Collar shirts
  • Sleeveless T-shirts and /or T-shirts that display vulgarities, obscenities, offensive or suggestive prints regarding drugs, alcohol or sex.
  • Beach shoes, flip-flops, Crocs or slippers.
  • Head coverings worn indoor except for religious reasons.
  • Denim wear.

Parent Contact, Week at a Glance, Submitting PD

Please return all calls and emails to parents within 24 hours. If a parents CC's an administrator on the email, please reply to all.

Week at a Glance/Calendar needs to be updated weekly, preferably at the same time you complete lesson plans.

When you submit a request for PD, you will have 48 hours to attach the appropriate documentation ( Certificate, etc.) before it will be deleted....

Important Dates and Deadlines

September TBA - Site Based Meeting 3:15 in the Library

September 22-Discovery Education Launch @ BCMS Cafeteria ( 4:30 PM)

September 23- Professional Development Day ( No School for Students)

October 6-Parent Conferences ( 12:30 PM to 7:00 PM)

October 7-Parent Conferences ( 8:00 am to 12:00 PM)

October 10- No School

November 4-Staff Development

November 21-November 25 ( Thanksgiving Break)

Do not schedule conferences, doctor appointments, etc...on the aforementioned days at the specific time....