Middle School News: November 2019
From the Desk of Mrs. Brockmon
Parent Teacher Conferences
We look forward to seeing all of you at Parent Teacher Conferences!
Parent teacher conferences are this week;
Wednesday, November 6th and Thursday, November 7th from 4:00-7:30
You will receive your child's report card, NWEA scores & information and Spring 2019 M-Step scores & information.
Most students have at least five teachers and some students have seven teachers. In an effort to make time for you to conference with all of your child's teachers, there is a limit of 10 minutes with each teacher.
There will be an opportunity to take a quick survey in the cafeteria. It should only take about 5 minutes and the data from the survey will help us to know where we should focus our work in creating a positive climate at the middle school.
Mrs. Froehle will be at the middle school on Wednesday and the High School on Thursday.
Mr. Schultz, Mrs. Ash, Mrs. Kelbel, Mrs. Mohrman will be at the High School both nights.
Congratulations to Mrs. Frey and her family
Weston Hayes Frey
Born on Tuesday, November 22, 2019 @ 3:44 am
7 lbs 14 oz & 19.5 inches long
While Mrs. Frey is out on FMLA, we welcome Mrs. Conroy to the middle school, she will be teaching the students in Mrs. Frey's classes.
Click on the button below to learn about your child's use of screen time.
Cooking Can Be Murder
ParentVUE & StudentVUE
We encourage you to access ParentVue to support your child's success at the middle school.
Accessing ParentVue regularly will help you monitor your child's grades & assignments, absences & tardies and referrals.
If you do not have login credentials or need help with ParentVue,
please contact Mrs. Corthals at 591-9043.
Please encourage your child to use StudentVue to monitor progress.
It is important for your child to know their grades and
to know if they have any missing assignments.
When students are monitoring their own progress,
they are able to make adjustments when needed.
We recognize that you play a huge role in your child's success as a student at Bentley Middle School and want you to know we appreciate your support.
Please don't hesitate to contact me to discuss your child's progress and/or with any concerns you may have. My direct line is 591-9046 and my email is email@example.com
Bentley Middle School Schedule
Breakfast is available at 7:20
First Hour 7:45 - 8:35
Second Hour 8:38 - 9:18
Third Hour 9:21-10:01
Fourth Hour 10:04-10:44
Fifth Hour 10:47-11:27 OR 11:17-11:57
Sixth Hour 12:00-12:40
Seventh Hour 12:43 - 1:23
Eighth Hour 1:26-2:06
Ninth Hour 2:09-2:50
A Lunch - 6th Grade 10:44-11:14
B Lunch - 7th & 8th Grades 11:27-11:57
Your child has 7 classes
Math and ELA are 80 minutes each and scheduled
for 2 of the hours
Science and Social Studies are 40 minute each
PE or a 180 class, are 40 minutes each
Life Skills is a 40 minute class
An Enrichment class; 40 minutes
Computer Science (7th & 8th grades) 40 minutes
Staff at Bentley Middle School
Mrs. Brockmon - Principal
Mrs. Corthals - Secretary
Mrs. Metiva - Library
Mr. Pyscher - Student Support Service
Ms. Schwerin- Guest Teacher
Ms. Mona - Custodian
Mr. Sal - Custodian
Mrs. Gubancsik - Food Service
Ms. Fieldler - Food Service
Mrs. Goodman - Food Service
Teachers at Bentley Middle School
Mrs. Ash - Spanish 8
Mrs. Bush - Computers 6; Life Skills 6, 7 & 8
Mrs. Capps - Special Education 6, 7, 8
Mrs. Frey - ELA 7; Read 180-6; Math 180-6, 7 & 8
Mrs. Froehle - Communications 7; Special Education Resource
Mrs. Harley - Science 6, 7 & 8; Computer Science 7 & 8
Mrs. Kelbel - Algebra 8
Ms. Medlin - ELA 6, 7 & 8
Mrs. Michaels - Math 7; PE 6, 7 & 8
Mrs. Mohrman - Art 8
Mr. Schultz - Health 7
Mr. Tear - Band 6, 7 & 8
Ms. Zell - Social Studies 6, 7, 8; Read 180 7 & 8
Middle School Student Teams
Student Council - Ms. Zell
Book Bowl - Ms. Zell
Spelling Bee - Ms. Medlin
Promoting Positive School Climate Student Team - Ms. Medlin
WE ENCOURAGE STUDENTS TO
DO THEIR BEST
TO MAKE GOOD CHOICES