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Curriculum Night

Thank you to all who attended our Curriculum Night on Thursday, November 20. Please check out the curriculum presentation made by our teachers.

All Aboard…

BF Santa Express v2.1-3Help support the Bellows Falls Middle School Band friends and take a ride on the Santa Express on Sunday, November 23!

Embark on a magical train ride filled with cheer aboard the historic Green Mountain Flyer from Bellows Falls to Chester and back!

Bellows Falls Middle School Honors Veteran’s Day

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA A special assembly was held on Monday at the Bellows Falls Middle School in honor of Veteran’s Day. The event was opened with a rendition of “The Star Spangled Banner”  by the middle school band, chorus, and 7th and 8th grade general music group. Guest speakers Richard Long (Social Studies teacher at Kurn Hattin) and Cheryl Gay-Sherwin, Air Force Veteran (Speech/Language Therapist at WNESU) spoke on the importance of honoring veterans, and of paying it forward by serving the community.

A special homage was paid to the Bellows Falls Union graduates who gave the last full measure of their devotion to their country in World War II – Raymond Metcalf (Class of 1933), Bertrand Roby (Class of 1936), Edward Naski (Class of 1937), Donald Shaugnessy (Class of 1937), Gordon Graham (Class of 1938), Robert Roby (Class of 1938), Anthony Lowkowgi (Class of 1939), Stephan Woynar (Class of 1939), Lloyd Fairbrother (Class of 1941), Raymond Massucco (Class of 1941), William Burrough, Jr (Class of 1943), Robert Huntoon (Class of 1943), Lawrence Gray (Class of 1944). A plaque honoring these brave men was donated by the BFUHS class of 1944 and is displayed outside the main doors of the auditorium.


craft fair

Don’t miss out on this year’s CSA (Community Supported Activities) Ski Sale & Craft Fair on Saturday, December 6! 


food_driveWe’ve kicked off our November food drive collection in support of Our Place Drop In Center, but we need YOUR help in order to beat last year’s numbers!! Last year, we collected 1,144 food items – we’d like to beat that goal and collect 1,150 items this November. On November 24th, the entire school will form a human chain between BFMS and Our Place to deliver our collected items. Support this effort by donating towards an important cause!

If we reach that goal, Mr. Gould will wear a wig each day!! The team (5/6 vs. 7/8) that collects the most items will get a chance to spend half a school day in the gym or watch a movie in the auditorium! Help us reach our goal and send in your cans and non-perishable food items TODAY!

Important Parent Information

This year, we have made updates to the Bring Your Own Device policy, allowing students the of use devices such as laptops, tablets, iPads, Smart phones, and E-Readers in the classroom for school use only. Please read the Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) Letter for more information.

Also, please take a moment to read through our 2014-15 Supplemental Education Services information packet.

9-5-14 Parent Letter

Please read take a moment to read this week’s Parent Letter which contains information about upcoming events, trips, and a review of our pick-up and drop-off procedure.

Welcome to BFMS

The Bellows Falls Middle School welcomes you to the 2014-15 school year. Our goal is provide a rigorous academic program and a rich variety of opportunities to challenge our students and help them achieve academic excellence. With the support of our parents and community, BFMS will model our core values, beliefs and learning expectations to ensure that our students are prepared for high school, college, and beyond. 

We would like to remind you that our school day now starts at 8:10 a.m. with bus students arriving between 7:40 a.m. – 8:05 a.m. If interested, breakfast begins at 7:40 a.m.