Boonsboro Middle School
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Character Counts Week
Monday - Wear Purple for Citizenship
Tuesday - Wear Green for Responsibility
Wednesday - Wear Orange for Fairness
Thursday - Wear Yellow for Respect
Friday - Wear Blue for Trustworthy
From The Counseling Center
From the Counseling Center:
So what is SSL (Student Service Learning)?
Service Learning is a teaching method that combines meaningful service to the community with curriculum-based learning.
Students must earn 75 hours of service for Graduation.
Students earn 15 hours in each of four grades in which activities are included in the curriculum:
6th grade Science
7th grade Social Studies
8th grade English Language Arts
10th grade Life Skills
In addition to these 60 hours, students must earn 15 hours undertaking independent projects. Independent hours can be a student-designed project that benefits the community OR served with a community-based agency or organization which partners with WCPS. To assure the plan meets Maryland guidelines, student-designed projects must be pre-approved by the school based coordinator, which is Mrs. Ganoe or Mrs. McDermott. Record cards should be submitted to the school coordinator in the same calendar year as the hours are earned. Students may begin working on independent project during 8th grade.
If you have further questions about SSL, please come see us in the counseling center!
We are seeking business sponsors for our 6th Annual Warrior Walk fundraiser. All participants will receive an event t-shirt with the name of all sponsors printed on the back. There is no set amount of donation for sponsorship. Forms and checks must be received by Sept 27th to ensure the printer has time to complete the shirts. Any questions please contact Jen Paugh at 301-992-5108 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Warrior Walk Sponsor Letter: https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B_XMd-8b3ibnVm1rb2huT3ZXNWc
Warrior Walk Sponsor Form: https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B_XMd-8b3ibnS2VRYm55ODZwbWc
Free Financial Support for our School with the Martins A plus Rewards Program!
In under a minute you can register your Martins Bonus Card to TWO schools of your choice. You can still continue to collect gas points while supporting BMS! Another win-win for you and our students! The link is below and it takes about a minute to complete the form.
It’s easy to find Box Tops. In fact, you may have some in your home right now. Clip Box Tops from your favorite products and have your child turn them in to their first period teacher! Box Tops are each worth 10¢ and they add up fast! Check out the link below for a list of products.
Center for Artistically Talented Students Saturday Program
Saturday, Oct. 1st, 9am
7 South Potomac Street
STEM Day For Middle School Girls
Saturday, Oct. 15th, 8am-3pm
Naval Academy, Annapolis, MD, United States
- Experience hands-on activities is science and engineering
- Attend workshops and meet faculty and college students working with exciting technology
- No cost to attend, lunch provided.
Check out the link below for additional information
Recognizing Awesome Staff
For her dedication to the Magnet program and all of her students!
For all of her hard work with technology!
For keeping our building safe and clean!
For engaging students in science and joining Twitter!
For her awesome 7th grade team photo.
Helping other staff members, designing engaging lessons and what an awesome room!
To all of our awesome bus drivers!!!
Mrs. Ganoe and Mrs. Moore
Our Guidance department is always here to serve!
Mr. Stottlemyer and Mr. Ganoe
Team teaching superstars! A special thank you to Mr. Stottlemyer for our sixth grade staff project!