Referee Day ⭐️ Coach Gambrell and Mrs. Sauceman nailed it for Referee Day, but we sure don’t want to make them use their Referee voice! We love to see our teachers participating in Spirit Week!
Mr. Pruitt and Aleena Higgins (8th grader) dressed professional while representing BMS today! We are celebrating Hoops for Heart Spirit Week this week! We can’t wait to see everyone dressed up.
Only 3 days left!! ⭐️ ATTENTION, ATTENTION, ATTENTION ⭐️ WHO: All 8th grade parents/guardians ⭐️WHAT: 8th grade ads for the yearbook ⭐️WHEN: Can only be purchased through February 3. After that deadline purchases cannot be made. ⭐️HOW: The link below or scan the QR Code on this post! https://www.jostens.com/apps/store/ybAdDesigner/1042997/-/20220711111527530125/CATALOG_SHOP/
Hoops for Heart Spirit Week Today’s theme is dress professional when representing BMS and our Assistant Principal, Mr. Pruitt and Mrs. Sauceman understood the assignment! We love seeing our staff and teachers getting into Spirit Week!
Conference Champions! 🏆 Congratulations Coach McClain and the BMS boy’s basketball team on an incredible season! We are all super proud of this group of special young men.
Only 4 days left!! ⭐️ ATTENTION, ATTENTION, ATTENTION ⭐️ WHO: All 8th grade parents/guardians ⭐️WHAT: 8th grade ads for the yearbook ⭐️WHEN: Can only be purchased through February 3. After that deadline purchases cannot be made. ⭐️HOW: The link below or scan the QR Code on this post! https://www.jostens.com/apps/store/ybAdDesigner/1042997/-/20220711111527530125/CATALOG_SHOP/
On Friday, Chief Ross Richey, Captain Chris Vaughn, Corporal Johnny Hyatt and Patrolman Nolan Pepper from the Belton City Police Department came and spoke with different groups of students. They each shared their personal stories with our students and talked about the choices we make in the real world and possible consequences of the choices we make. Chief Richey shared with our students that he would always want to help them. What a fantastic opportunity for our students to hear from professionals in our community! We truly appreciate these gentlemen for taking the time out of their busy day to talk with our students.
We are super excited about the upcoming dress up days for Hoops for Heart. Please be sure to mark your calendars for the week of January 30th-February 3rd. Our 6th-8th graders are raising money for Hoops for Heart. These donations will go to the American Heart Association towards the fight against heart disease and stroke. If you would like to make a donation please come by the Front Office at BMS to pick a student to make a donation under. We would like to thank Coach O’Brien and Coach Gambrell for the time and effort they put into Hoops for Heart. The two of them combined teach almost all of our students at BMS. They do so with love, positivity, energy and compassion. They both are fantastic members of our BMS team!
We hope everyone is having a fantastic weekend. We had an outstanding week at BMS. We are super excited for next week! Please click on the link below to access our grade level and school newsletters for the week. https://andersoncountysdsc.sites.thrillshare.com/o/bms/article/691188
Scratch art with our 8th grade Art Ideals students! 🎨
In November our Music Ideals students (along with the Music Ideals students @ HPMS) attended SWU Fest Too @ Southern Wesleyan University. This event is an annual middle school choral clinic. The clinic was a fantastic opportunity for our singers to receive encouragement and constructive criticism from professors at the university level. Our program is under the leadership of Mrs. Owens. We are thankful for Mrs. Owens and the love and support she provides to all of our students @ BMS! Our students and Mrs. Owens are currently preparing for MSCPA (Middle School Choral Performance Assessment) on March 30th! We know they will do great. We are so proud of our students and their talents! 🎶
GAME DAY vs. Liberty @BMS GYM Girls @ 5:30pm and Boys to follow If can’t run with the Warriors … stay in the cage! 🏀
Our 8th graders have all had a classroom lesson on the IGP (Individual Graduation Plan) process. Letters have been sent home with each 8th grader with their assigned meeting time. The purpose of the IGP conference is to discuss your student’s future as it relates to academic and career planning. During these conferences students will be selecting classes for 9th grade with their assigned school counselor at BMS. We would love to see parents/guardians attend so please fill out the page attached to the letter and have your student turn it in!
Lilliana Nellist (8th grade) received a certificate, folded flag, coin and $50 for her essay on, “What the United States Flag Stands For.” She was the 8th grade 1st place award winner. Congratulations Lilliana, we are so proud of you!
A front office’s hard work is the fuel to a great school culture! A special thank you to Mrs. Shirley and Mrs. Lachance for all they do to keep BMS rocking. They do so much that goes unseen and we are grateful for them! They always greet our families and visitors with a smiling welcome.
ATTENTION, ATTENTION, ATTENTION ⭐️ WHO: All 8th grade parents/guardians ⭐️WHAT: 8th grade ads for the yearbook ⭐️WHEN: Can only be purchased through February 3. After that deadline purchases cannot be made. ⭐️HOW: The link below or scan the QR Code on this post! https://www.jostens.com/apps/store/ybAdDesigner/1042997/-/20220711111527530125/CATALOG_SHOP/
LOVE is definitely something you receive when you walk through the breakfast/lunch line at BMS. Our cafeteria staff truly know how to take care of us! They are always smiling and have the cafeteria decorated for every holiday! A special thank you to Nicole McGaha, Kim Honicutt, Tammi Taylor, Erica Tench and Amy Wood for all they do for the students, teachers and staff at BMS!
FCA met this morning with a devotion led by Jackson Welborn. FCA at BMS is sponsored by Mrs. Bell and Mrs. LeCroy. The love and support they both provided for BMS is outstanding. They are fantastic examples for our students, staff and teachers. FCA meets every other Tuesday. We would love to see more of our students attend on Tuesday, February 10th at 7:30am in Mrs. Bell’s room. What a great way to start a Tuesday! ☀️
Congratulations to all those wrestlers that competed this weekend for BHP! 🐻 Karleigh Langley won 1st place in the 84lbs MS Women’s Division. This makes Karleigh the first BHP Bear to win a State Championship in the Carolina Invitational Middle School Women’s Division. Karleigh also won 2nd place in the 92lbs division. 🐻 We want to recognize Jackson Welborn and Camden Strickland for their hard work at the tournament and this season! 🐻We also want to recognize Coach Chris Strickland (former BMS Warrior and BHP Bear) on his 500th Career Victory last week! Our student athletes and coaches are the best in ASD2! #warriornation #bearpride
Congratulations to our BMS Band students on a successful weekend! They are all true examples of hard work pays off. A special thank you to Mr. Fulmer for all of the time, dedication and love he pours into our band program at BMS. Cade Key - 3rd chair Alto Saxophonists in ALL OF SC Samuel Hulse - 2nd chair Trumpeter in ALL of SC Alex Ruiz Vega - 4th chair Tenor Saxophonist in ALL of SC Stacey Dee Shiver - 8th chair Trombonist in ALL of SC Peyton Black, Jacob Moore, Doug Soldi, Alex Ruiz Vega, and Jenna Maes all earned a seat in the SCBDA region 1 honor band. We love to see our students shine! ⭐️