BT Middle School
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    BTMS Classroom & Activities e-Portfolios - 2018/19 SY

    BTMS Family Newsletter


  • Principal's Corner

    Dr. Kendra Hill
    Dr. Kendra Hill, Principal

    Welcome Back Newsletter

  • Announcements

  • Benjamin Tasker Tigers 

    Ready to Lead, Roaring to Achieve!

    • Destination Imagination are 3rd Place Winners

      Benjamin Tasker Middle School’s Royalty Squad came in 3rd Place for the Engineering Challenge at the Destination Imagination tournament. The team members are: Niamah Edward, Eileen Wilson, Felicia Worthy, and Grace-Mary Yesso.  Way to go Royalty Squad.
    • Lottery Results

      The Charter School lottery results are available!  A copy of your initial lottery results will be sent to you via US postal mail.

      You can view your current wait list status by entering your application number in the box below and clicking "Search." Your application number can be found in the confirmation email you received when you submitted your application.

      For assistance, email charter.lotteryforms@pgcps.org.


      Dear Parents and Guardians, Prince George’s County Public Schools is committed to providing a safe and supportive environment for all students. To this end, we want to make you aware of a potentially dangerous internet trend targeting young children called the “Momo challenge.”

      When using Whatsapp and YouTube, a scary avatar named Momo interrupts videos and challenges children to complete a series of bizarre and potentially dangerous tasks and upload evidence they were completed. On the final day of the challenge, children are encouraged to win the game by committing suicide. Children are threatened throughout the challenge with harm or sharing their personal information online if they do not complete the tasks.

      We are partnering with families to raise awareness of this online threat. Please discuss the challenge with your child and use online safety practices that include not accepting invitations from strangers or taking part in anonymous challenges. We encourage you to allow electronic device usage in shared family spaces. Please monitor your child’s social media accounts and online activities, and install parental controls and filters.

      If you have any questions or concerns, please contact your grade level administrator.


      Dr. Hill

    • Student Lunch Policy and Lunch Drop-off Protocol

      Lunch provides an opportunity for students to socially interact with their peers. However there are policies and procedures that must be adhered to. Also there is a protocol for dropping off lunch. Please click to read the policy and protocol.

      Parents/Guardians are welcome to visit their child’s classroom and/or to visit their children during school.  Visitors are expected to follow the guidelines. Please click to view the guidelines.

    • 3.12 Soccer Try-outs Begin


      Soccer: Tasker Soccer tryouts will be the week of March 12-15, 2019 (March 12 is a revised date).  All students who will be trying out must have the PGCPS Student Athlete and Parent Permission packet as well as a pre participation physical evaluation completed and signed  prior to the first day of tryouts. Students will not be permitted to attend tryouts without the completed forms.  **Students must have a reliable ride home, promptly at 5pm.

    • National History Day Winners

      Benjamin Tasker participated in the NHD competition.  We showed up and showed out.  There are five different categories and we placed in each category either as an individual or as a group.  In the individual exhibit, our 6th grader Shabad Singh won 1st place.  In the individual performance, our 6th grader Tristan Corey won 2nd place.  In the individual documentary, Shelemiah Griffiths-Johnson won 1st pace.  In the group exhibit, our 6th graders Saamiyah and Kamiali Burns won 2nd place.  In the group performance, our 7th graders Alanna Francis and Olivia Noel won 1st place.  In the individual research paper, our 8th grader Richard Potts won 1st place.  In the group website, Savannah Grooms and Amie Yansane won 1st place.   We got the SWEET VICTORIES.

    • Cricket Try-out

      Cricket is the second most popular sport in the world, and students from BTMS have been participating in the Washington  Area Middle School League since it first started in 2015. 

      There will be no tryouts. Students will be accepted on a “first come, first serve basis.” 14 players are needed for one team. Dates: 11 March – 31 May 2019.  Practices: 6:00pm – 7:30pm, either Mon/Wed or Tues/Thur at Kenilworth Elementary School depending on the availability of the coaches.

      Registration Fee: $85 per player...Registration: To register your son or daughter for the school cricket team, please send an email with the following information to cricket@bbgc.com.

    • After School Activities' List

      What a fun way to participate and enjoy activities after school.  There are SO MANY after school activities that students can be introduced to or can re-join.  Parents and Staff, let's continue to encourage our students to explore activities because they will be surprisingly pleased with what they may enjoy while learning!  

      Click to go to list of activities.

      Highlighted Activity to Check Out:  GREEN SCHOOLS

    • Revisions to Grading and Reporting for Middle Schools

      AP 5121.2 - Grading and Reporting for Middle Schools, Grade Six Through Grade Eight

      PURPOSE: To provide guidance to administrators and teachers in the implementation of the grading and reporting systems to be used in all middle schools and centers and for all sixth grade students in elementary schools in PGCPS.

      Revisions to AP 5121.2 include:

      • Updates to section regarding “N” grade;
      • Updates to Monitoring and Compliance section; and
      • Title and office changes. 


      For more information, contact the Department of Curriculum and Instruction

    • TAG Parent Survey

      Parents of TAG students, please complete the TAG Survey by clicking the link below. We are interested in your feedback.


  • Upcoming Events

    • 3.12-3.15 Soccer Try-outs 3:30pm-5:00pm
    • 3.28 Career Day
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    PGCPS Athletics Forms

    Required Immunizations

  • Calendar of Events

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  • School Information


     Dr. Kendra Hill
     Dr. Hill's Welcome Letter SY18/19

    Assistant Principals

    Susan Harris
    Shawn Malbon

    School Information

    4901 Collington Rd
    Bowie, MD 20715

    Main Office: 301-805-2660
    Fax: 301-805-2663

    Guidance: Ms. Whitney 301-850-6435
    **Conferences: Wednesdays - BY Appt ONLY**

    Nurse: Ms. Abraha 301-850-6437
    PEA: Sonia Brooks, soniabrooks@pgcps.org
    PTSO President;  Alicia Shaw, taskerptsoinfo@gmail.com

    School Year Hours: 8:30-3:10 PM
    Bell Schedule

    Questions or Concerns?