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8th Grade End of Year Activities Meeting

There will a second planning/discussion meeting for eighth grade end of the year activities on Wednesday, February 24 at 6 PM in the Community Room.  All eighth grade parents/guardians are welcome to attend.  This meeting is for adults only, future meetings may involve students at the discretion of the planning committee.

Fedco Spring Seed Fundraiser

seed poster 2 bfmsSpring Seed Fundraiser! Students will receive an envelope on February 1st containing these instructions and one order form.

You should use a separate order form for each individual order. There are additional order forms at the front office, or you can click here.

On each form, provide the customer name, address and phone number, student name, and teacher. Fill in the number of packets for each variety of seed, as well as the total number of packets and grand total.

Each packet of seeds costs $2.40. Payment should be collected and returned with the order form in the envelope provided. Checks should be made payable to the BFMS CSA.

PS. If you don’t have a garden, or wish to support the school community garden planned for this spring, consider donating the cost of a packet of seeds. Please make note of any donations on a separate piece of paper and include this in your envelope along with the payment. 

If you have any questions, please call Laura Senes at 869-1216.

8th Grade Parent Letter

Important eighth grade transition updates from the Guidance Department. Click here to read!

November Food Drive – BFMS Collects 1,951 Items!

IMG_2824 After a month long food drive to benefit the Our Place Drop In Shelter, The Student Council group at Bellows Falls Middle School collected a total of 1,951, surpassing their original goal of 1,500. In what has now become an annual event, BFMS students competed by advisories to see which group would collect the most cans as an incentive for the food drive. 

 “Think of all the people this will help!” commented a fifth grade Student Council member as he passed along the food boxes during collection. This is the third year that Bellows Falls Middle School has a food drive during the month of November as a way of giving back to the community. Thank you to everyone who helped us reach our goal!

Basketball Season Schedule

Parents, please click here for the basketball schedule for the season!

Winter Session – Afterschool Activities!

WINTER Poster 2015-16 2New Session starts on Monday, December 7th! Register Online – Click Here

Afterschool: Learning Happens After 3:00 PM – Learn how to play the ukelele, produce your own TV show with our local access channel, use your imagination to create art with clay, expand your mind with Destination Imagination, challenge yourself with martial arts, or get your creative with cooking – whatever your passion, you will find something to discover with A.I.M. Afterschool!

Our program runs Monday through Friday from 3:00 to 5:00 PM with a variety of activities and educational opportunities. We also offer bus transportation for students who need it. Please contact Ms. Baez at 802-463-4366 ext. 411 for more information or at orianna.baez@wnesu.com

resortlogo_okemoOkemo Ski Program RegistrationSign up forms for the Okemo Ski program are available in the Front Office (Dania’s desk). These must be returned no later than Friday, December 4th! Students must also bring their own ski equipment as Okemo does not provide student rentals on Sunday.

Sixth Graders Participate in Manufacturing Week

thumb_IMG_2550_1024In an effort to expose students to manufacturing career opportunities in the Connecticut River Valley, BFMS sixth graders participated in the Upper Valley Manufacturing Week on October 6. They visited Sonnax and VerMed.

Students got to experience a hands-on, “behind the scenes” tour of these local manufacturing facilities while learning the different roles of every person involved in the building process.

This Manufacturing Week trip was made possible through the collaboration of the Guidance Department of BFMS, the Middle School Outreach Coordinator at the River Valley Tech Center and the wonderful employees of Sonnax and VerMed.

Welcome Back To The 2015-16 School Year!

Here’s some useful information for this academic year:

2015-16 Student Handbook Click Here
Power School Log-In Click Here
Parent Portal Information Click Here
Report Card/Trimester Schedule Click Here
2015-16 WNESU Calendar Click Here