Click the link for a list of parent
questions that were asked regarding
BSMS Guidance Newsletter
for 4th quarter. It contains information, dates, and notices
critical for 4th quarter and the end of the school year.
Please review the
BSMS tardy policy. A hard copy will be distributed to all
students prior to Winter Break. Being punctual is as important as
regular attendance. Help your child develop responsible life
School begins at 8:30am and ends at
3:10. Please drop children off at the school between 8:00am and
8:20am. Students will be late after 8:30am. Please pick up
children before 3:30pm. We do not have a Before or After Care
program, so students will be unsupervised before 8am or after 3:30pm
unless they are involved in extracurricular activities.
Thursday conferences have
begun. To schedule a conference with all of your child's academic
teachers please contact the guidance office at 301-702-7515.
Mr. Blakeney is the sixth grade counselor, Ms. Cameron works with the
seventh graders and Ms. Davis counsels the eighth grade. As
always, to schedule an individual conference with just one teacher,
please contact that teacher directly or contact the grade level
administrator for assistance. Ms. Lewis works with the sixth
grade, Mr. Moore takes care of seventh grade, and Mr. Clark is the
eighth grade administrator.
700 Great Web Sites
for Kids and Parents for anything from project and research ideas,
to enrichment, to just plain fun.
Visit the Faculty
+ Staff link at left to contact your child's teachers by e-mail and
to access class websites (if available). **new staff roster being
Long sleeved polo shirts, navy
crewneck sweatshirts (must be worn over the polo, and long sleeve
tees that are the same color as the polo shirt (and worn underneath) are
the only items that students may wear in the building during the school
day. Coats, jean jackets, hoodies, track jackets, or any other
apparel will not be permitted during the school day.
Please continue to encourage your
child to read for 1/2 hour every night. Many studies have shown
that the more students read, the better they will do academically.
Reading is the building block for academic success. Help your
child to practice being a winner. Go to the
Prince Georges County Memorial Library
System for information on book programs and information on a library
Click the PGCPS link above to access
all school system information like bus schedules, lunch menus, and
important phone numbers.
For school bus concerns, please
contact the PGCPS Transportation Office at 301-952-6570.
Check out the
2006-2007 PGCPS academic
Thanks to all parents who came out
for the 2006 SAT Information Night on Thursday, October 26th. Here
is the PowerPoint presentation with links from the
Reading Presentation portion
of the session. The Math information will be forthcoming.