Bloomfield Middle School Newsletter
March 17, 2017
Middle School Events
Beauty and the Beast!
Friday March 17th at 7pm
Saturday March 18th at 2pm
Saturday March 18th 7pm
Performances at the Bloomfield Performing Art Center on Oakmount Avenue in Bloomfield.
Tickets are $9 adults $7 seniors/students available at
Under the NEWS heading Click on "BCS Drama CLub Presents Beauty and the Beast", then on the new page click on the "Seat Yourself" tab at the bottom. Online tickets will be available until 3 hours before each show. Pending availability general admission tickets will be sold at the door, for rows Q and back only.
OR USE THIS LINK https://tinyurl.com/bcsBATB
Bloomfield Archers Compete in the NYS NASP Archery Tournament
The New York State NASP Archery Tournament took place in early March. Forty one Bloomfield Students in Grades 6-12 competed in this year’s virtual Tournament. Our scores have been sent to the Tournament Director and we will find out how we stack up against other archers in New York State. The top ten Archers in each grade and gender will advance to the National Tournament in Louisville, Kentucky in May.
Our Leading scores were recorded by Senior, Drew Acoff (265/300), Junior, Quinn Evans (252/300), 8th Grader, Marissa Willix (241/300) and 8th Grader, Ryan Wollschlager (240/300).
Our participation and scores were the best ever recorded. Thanks to everyone who stayed after School to participate.
News from the classroom
In Social Studies 7 this week, the students will examine the working conditions at the Lowell Mill and role-play their life at Lowell in a letter home to their family.
8th Grade SUMMER OPPORTUNITY FREE! EARN COLLEGE CREDIT!
Monroe Community College, WFL BOCES, and FAME (Finger Lakes Advanced Manufacturers' Enterprise) are partnering this summer to provide current 8-10th graders, the opportunity to experience first hand advanced manufacturing skills, while earning 3 college credits through MCC for FREE!
LOCATION: BOTH FLTCC and WTCC DATES: JULY 10-JULY 28th TIMES 8:00am to 3:30pm
Students must provide their own lunch and transportation to and from the center of their choice If interested, please fill-out an application in the counseling office