The PTSA is collecting Box Tops! Box Tops can be found on a wide variety of items. Simply clip the Box Top along the dotted lines and turn them into your child’s 1st period teacher or in the main office. Earn even more cash to help our school through the Box Tops for Education Bonus App. Turn everyday receipts into cash! It’s free and easy to download. Go to http://www.boxtops4education.com/bonusapp for more details. BUY, SCAN your receipt, and EARN!
Attention Kroger Shoppers! Support BMS PTSA today by enrolling in Kroger Community Rewards today! Register online at krogercommunityrewards.com. Be sure to have your Kroger Plus card handy.
Through Tyson Project A+ program we can raise money for our school to fund events and programs for our students! Please submit the entire Tyson A+ label to your child’s 1st period teacher.
There are many ways that you can become involved in the PTSA. We have many committees that you can still volunteer for! No matter what your day job is, there is an opportunity for you to stay engaged in your child’s school. Please email the PTSA for more details at firstname.lastname@example.org!
Remember to “Like the PTSA” on Facebook to stay informed. When you follow Brookland Middle School Parent Teacher Student Association on Facebook, you get updates, information about events, and what’s happening throughout the year!
We are excited about now offering our Spirit Wear online! Purchase yours today online or at our school events to show your school spirit!
- For ONLINE ORDERING GO TO https://www.agpestores.com/corporateimprints/groups.php and enter code: BMS2017
Capital One is announcing their FREE Coders Experience for female students interested in STEM. This program is presented by the Virginia Secretary of Technology and powered by Capital One at various campus locations on October 14th and 21st!
Exactly what is the Coders Experience?
- a One Day event where girls learn how to create their own mobile app!
- They’ll participate in individual and team problem solving and software development activities
- Open to 6th-8th grade girls who are interested in a free, fun, interactive experience
- Chance to win a trip to the Capital One #WITexperience in Richmond on November 15, 2017
Find more information online at: regonline.com/CapitalOneCodersExperience. Let’s do our part to encourage young ladies early to enter and pursue a rewarding career in technology!
We are now posting the testing dates for 2017-18 school year! Please see attached Acrobat File:
The new Fall Course Catalog is out NOW for Adult Education!
Be sure to check out all the offerings and see what you can get involved in!
Daily Bell Schedule
1st/5th Period – 8:35-10:05 (90 Mins)
2nd/6th Period – 10:09-11:39 (90 Mins)
3rd/7th Period – 11:43-1:41 (118 Mins)
A Lunch – 12:00-12:25 (25 Mins)
B Lunch – 12:35-1:00 (25 Mins)
C Lunch – 1:10-1:35 (25 Mins)
4th/8th Period – 1:45-3:15 (90 Mins)
At its May 25 afternoon work session, the School Board heard an update on the redistricting process and decided to add an option to the redistricting mix. Option E joins Option A (Adjusted), Option C and Option D (Adjusted) as the options currently under consideration for the 2018-19 school year.
Along with other proposed changes, Option E would include several features not in other 2018-19 options. More students at Longan Elementary School would attend Holman Middle School than will attend in 2017-18; changes to Longan’s feeder pattern have not been included in other 2018-19 options. Also under Option E, all Twin Hickory Elementary School students would attend Short Pump Middle School.
View the full details and share your opinions at http://henricoschools.us/redistricting/ (Some users may need to refresh their browsers to view the latest content.)
Along with the new option comes a new online survey available for community members. We encourage you to voice your opinions on the latest developments by clicking on the comment/survey button on the redistricting page.
There will be a redistricting community input session on June 8 from 6-7:30 p.m. at Hungary Creek Middle School, 4909 Francistown Road in Glen Allen. The input session will be an informal open-house-style event in the school’s gym where members of the public can drop in, examine large maps of the proposed options and talk with School Board members and HCPS staff members.
The Board is expected to make a decision on middle school redistricting changes for 2018-19 at its monthly meeting on June 22.
Again, to view all of the options, including the new Option E, go to http://henricoschools.us/redistricting/
If you need further assistance, please call the HCPS Department of Research and Planning at 804-652-3830 or email email@example.com. Business hours are Monday-Friday, 8 a.m.– 4:30 p.m.
HCPS-TV dropped by Mrs. Lewis’ 7th Grade Math class for a lesson on histograms and a SOL review. Click here to watch the video.
In our efforts to expand our open communication Brookland is joining the pilot program to give our parent’s their own access to Schoology. Schoology allows easy to access from any internet device and can be setup to send emails directly to your inbox with the most up-to-date information on your student’s progress. A letter was sent home last Tuesday (2/21/17) and provided instructions for creating your Schoology parent account. The information is also available on our school website if you missed the letter.