• Upcoming Dates
    11/24 - 11/26 - Thanksgiving Break - No School
    11/28 Hanukkah Begins
    12/7 - Pearl Harbor Day
    12/24- 1/ 2 - Winter Vacation - No School
    12/25 - Christmas Day
    12/26 - Kwanzaa Begins
    1/1 - New Year’s Day
    1/3 - Students return to school
    1/17 - Dr. Martin Luther King Jr Day - No School

    Quarter 1 Report Cards Available
    Parents quarter 1 report cards are now available for viewing on Schooltool. Please take a moment to view your student’s progress. Principal List (students with a 95 or higher average) students will get their certificates in the mail after Thanksgiving beak.

    8th Grade End of Year Trip
    Boston Trip: If your 8th grade student has ANY interest in attending the Boston trip in May, the signed behavior contract must be turned in to English teachers by Tuesday, November 30th. The letter and behavior contract were mailed home to 8th grade families earlier this week. The behavior contract goes into effect on Monday, November 29th. An informational video will be sent out next week going over many of the trip details and highlights, including cost, fundraising opportunities and other important details. Registration for this trip will begin November 29th and instructions will be accessible in our newly created Boston Schoology group. (Once students turn in the contract, they will have access to the Schoology group page). Registration will run through December 10th. 

    Contact Mr. McBride (mmcbride@bscsd.org) with any questions.

    8th Grade Fundraiser (Poinsettias)

    8th grade students who sold poinsettias will be able to pick them up in the MS cafeteria on Wednesday, December 1st from 2:30 until 5:00 pm. Students will not be able to take plants home on the bus. If you normally pick up your child, we ask that you pick up as usual, then park and come in through the main entrance to retrieve your plants. Plants will not be available prior to 2:30. Thank you. 

    Contact Mrs. Gouvitsas (agouvitsas@bscsd.org) with any questions.

    For any and all families who may need family assistance and support during the upcoming holiday seasons, the school counselors and school social workers created a list of local community based supports and resources that families can reach out to for help.
    Please click the following link for a list of these community based resources. Holiday Supports & Resources 2021 


    November is Native American Heritage Month

    Native American Heritage Month has evolved from its beginnings as a week-long celebration in 1986, when President Reagan proclaimed the week of November 23-30, 1986 as "American Indian Week." Every President since 1995 has issued annual proclamations designating the month of November as the time to celebrate the culture, accomplishments, and contributions of people who were the first inhabitants. The stories and heritage of the first peoples that inhabited this land run long and deep with Ancestral homelands from Maine to Hawaii, Alaska to Puerto Rico. The month is a time to celebrate rich and diverse cultures, traditions, and histories and to acknowledge the important contributions of Native people. Heritage Month is also an opportune time to educate the general public about tribes, to raise a general awareness about the unique challenges Native people have faced both historically and in the present, and the ways in which tribal citizens have worked to conquer these challenges.