Spring Break is coming soon!
3 months ago, Mindy Hicks
SB
Tonight at the school board of education meeting, Mr. Powell recognized school board president, Chad Hipps for 10 years of service on the Berryville School board. It was also very fitting that a group of second graders presented their research tonight to the board members on which monkey bars should be placed on the elementary playground. You see, in January for board appreciation month, school board members were presented with many letters of appreciation from students. Chad promised that every single letter would be read. To follow up on that promise, Chad made mention at the next (February) board meeting that students were requesting monkey bars for their playground. The students returned this month with their research. Chad made one final request to the Board of Education of the Berryville School District, and that was to purchase and install monkey bars on the elementary playground. Thank you, Chad, for ten years of service to the Berryville School District!
3 months ago, Mindy Hicks
BOE
BOE
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BMS parent teacher conferences will take place Thursday, March 14, 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM. Teacher lunch break will be 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM. We will not be scheduling conferences this year. Just stop by at your convenience to speak with your student's teachers. We can't wait to see you! #BobcatNation
3 months ago, Johnice Glisson
PTC
School will not be in session for students on March 14 & 15. March 14 is Parent Teacher Conferences. Each school will communicate specific information for their building. March 15 is a Professional Development Day for our staff.
3 months ago, Mindy Hicks
PT
Bobcat Families - remember to move your clocks forward one hour! Happy Sunday! 💜
3 months ago, Mindy Hicks
spring
Yesterday was Maintenance Worker Appreciation Day... We made the post, but it didn't get posted. SO, better late than never to celebrate our Maintenance Workers. They work tirelessly to keep our campuses looking great and functioning well! We appreciate you at #BobcatNation!
3 months ago, Mindy Hicks
MW
Berryville, AR – March 1, 2024 – To encourage more families to take advantage of the healthy choices available with school breakfast, Berryville Schools will celebrate National School Breakfast Week (NSBW) during March 4-8, 2024. Busy weekday mornings make it a challenge for many families to find time for a healthy breakfast. Fortunately, Berryville Schools offer nutritious school breakfasts, complete with fruit and low-fat or fat-free milk, to ensure students are fueled for learning every school day. The NSBW campaign theme, “Surfs Up with School Breakfast,” reminds the entire school community that school breakfast provides a healthy and energizing start to the day for students. Studies show that students who eat school breakfast are more likely to: • Reach higher levels of achievement in reading and math • Score higher on standardized tests • Have better concentration and memory • Be more alert • Maintain a healthy weight School nutrition professionals and students will be encouraged to show their enthusiasm for school breakfast from March 4-8 as the district celebrates NSBW with special menus, activities, and more. A healthy breakfast at the start of the day is a great way to ensure students are nourished and ready to learn. National School Breakfast Week helps us educate parents and students about all the nutritious and delicious choices we offer. Parents and students can follow the fun on Facebook.com/TrayTalk.
3 months ago, Mindy Hicks
Eng
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5th and 6th Grade Travel Volleyball Practice starts tomorrow, Monday, March 4.
3 months ago, Mindy Hicks
VB
🟣🟡Reminder!!!🟡🟣 Our new schedule begins tomorrow morning! The High School and Middle School doors will open at 7:25 am. Classes will begin at 7:45 with the first bell ringing at 7:41. Late start Monday will begin at 8:20 with the first bell ringing at 8:16. Students will be dismissed each day at 3:24. Elementary and Intermediate School doors will open at 7:30 am. Classes will begin at 8:00 and students will be dismissed at 3:33.
3 months ago, Mindy Hicks
new schedule
Berryville Middle School's OM (Odyssey of the Mind) team brought home First Place from the Regional Competition this weekend in Division 2. The team consisted of a blend of 5 BMS students and 2 BIS students. Great job Bobcats! #BobcatNation
3 months ago, Mindy Hicks
om
Spring pictures will be taken Friday, March 8. If you would like to order spring pictures the forms are in the office or you can go to mylifetouch.com and enter the code EVTBJ9FF4. #BobcatNation
3 months ago, Johnice Glisson
PICS
Make sure your student is prepared for the ATLAS test by practicing at home. This is a new platform and while we continue to prepare the students for the changes, you can also do this at home. #BobcatNation
3 months ago, Johnice Glisson
ATLAS
BMS Students will take the ATLAS Writing Test on Wednesday, March 6. Please have your student to school on time and well rested. Other testing dates are April 30, May 1, and May 2. ATLAS has replaced the ACT Aspire test we usually take. #BobcatNation
3 months ago, Johnice Glisson
ATLAS
Bobcats, it's time to celebrate some of our wonderful employees! Thank you to those who are taking the time to help us honor and appreciate our staff members. We have the best! #bobcatnation
3 months ago, Tammi Davis
shout outs
Bobcat Families – After we announced our make up days for weather, the state department of education offered the opportunity to change our calendar to count instructional time rather than instructional on-site days. Therefore, we revamped our calendar, received a supportive vote from our staff and school board of education, and received approval from the state board of education. Our new plan is to add 28 instructional minutes to each day beginning March 4th. If we do not have any more weather day cancellations, our last day of school will be Friday, May 24th. The High School and Middle School will begin at 7:45 with the first bell ringing at 7:41. Late start Monday will begin at 8:20 with the first bell ringing at 8:16. Students will be dismissed each day at 3:24. Elementary and Intermediate School will begin at 8:00 and students will be dismissed at 3:33.
3 months ago, Mindy Hicks
mar 4
Make sure to order your BMS yearbook before March 31! You can order online at ybpay.com using the code 9900124. #BobcatNation
3 months ago, Johnice Glisson
yearbook
With your help we can make sure everyone gets to school safely! #BobcatNation
3 months ago, Johnice Glisson
Ferguson Street
Today, February 15th, is National School Resource Officer Day! We are thankful for our Security Team at #BobcatNation! Thank you for keeping our Bobcat Family safe!
3 months ago, Mindy Hicks
SRO
Berryville Students Selected to Junior High All-Region Band Students from Berryville High School and Middle School attended the Arkansas School Band and Orchestra Association Region Six Honor Band Clinic last month at Bentonville High School. Several hundred students from the Northwest Arkansas area including those from Harrison and Mountain Home auditioned for a place in one of two honor bands. Berryville had eleven students selected to the honor bands. The seven high school students include: Israel Merida-Noriega 1st band 1st chair flute, Andrew Griesenauer 1st band 1st chair tuba, Maynor Valiente Cruz 1st band 1st chair french horn, Keily Diaz 1st band 2nd chair clarinet, Zoey Garrett 1st band 3rd chair bass clarinet, Molly Staats 2nd band 3rd chair oboe and Reagan Scarrow 2nd band 12th chair clarinet. Middle school students selected include: Annabel Cox 2nd band 6th chair alto sax, Kilee Dodgen 2nd band 7th chair French horn, Andrea Grenado 2nd band 16th chair clarinet and Katherine Palma 2nd band 24th chair clarinet. It is worth noting that Berryville had three students selected first chair representing the very best on their instrument in all of Northwest Arkansas at the Junior High level. Their clinicians were Kristen Shepherd from Marion Arkansas and Gabby Chandler from Ft Smith Arkansas. ”We are very proud of these outstanding musicians and the way they represent our school and our community” said band director Tonya Blevins.” Pictured are Junior High All-Region Band members Back row; Molly Staate, Zoey Garrett, Israel Merida-Noriega, Maynor Valiente Cruz and Andrew Griesenauer. Front row; Reagan Scarrow, Keily Diaz, Andrea Grenado, Annabel Cox and Katherine Palma. Not pictured: Kilee Dodgen.
3 months ago, Mindy Hicks
Band
Mark your calendars for the next BMS Band Concert, which will take place February 29 at 6:00 pm in the PAC. #BobcatNation
4 months ago, Johnice Glisson
BMS Band Concert