Did you know that our local CVS sells BCMS Bobcat merchandise? They have jackets, shirts, pants, hats, and more with the BCMS logo. A portion of the sales are donated to our school. You can show your Bobcat spirit while also supporting the school!
Baker County Middle School has been awarded gold status for the 2018-2019 school year as a Florida PBIS Model School.
School buses use Jonathan Street to access the BCMS bus loop. Due to traffic congestion on Jonathan Street, Highway 228, and Highway 121 and for the safety of all students, please use the drop-off area behind the Superintendent's office on South Boulevard to drop students off in the mornings. Thank you for your continued help and support!
The following clubs are available for students at BCMS. Each club has specific requirements for joining. Please see the front office for applications with more information. The first club day will be held on September 27th.
We are excited about the upcoming school year! Attached is a Guide for Success that has been mailed to all of our incoming 6th grade students. We look forward to seeing you soon!
Pursuant to section 1002.394(6), Florida Statutes, all households within our district receiving free or reduced priced meals may be eligible to participate in the Family Empowerment Scholarship Program. Please visit the Florida Department of Education webpage at www.fldoe.org/FES for more information.
Please contact Susan Voorhees, by phone, 904-259-6776, or by email email@example.com to obtain information about the scholarship.
Baker County Middle School would like to express our gratitude to R.H. Davis Oil Co., Inc. and Exxon Mobil for their $1000 donation to our school through the Exxon Mobil Educational Alliance Program. Thank you so much for selecting our school to receive these funds and for your continued support!
This is to inform you we will be conducting safety and security drills throughout the school year. As with all other safety drills we have conducted over the years, it will involve the movement of students across our campus. They will be under the direct supervision of their teachers during these activities. We will be assisted by the Baker County Sheriff's Department during the course of these drills. Again, these are drills. The safety of your student is our first and most important commitment. If you have any questions, please contact the school at 904-259-2226.
In order to protect valuable instructional time, BCMS does not accept deliveries for students. This includes gym clothes, backpacks, lunch boxes, money, projects, etc. Students should bring all necessary items with them to school. Thank you for your cooperation.
As you may be aware, BCMS has made some changes to where students go on campus before the bell rings. 6th graders can go to the gym or their cafeteria. 7th and 8th graders can go to their cafeteria or the auditorium. The library is open to students from all grade levels but is limited to a certain number of students. As a reminder and for your child’s safety, please use the designated drop off loop located behind the superintendent’s office. Do not allow your child to get out of the vehicle on any of the main roads. Thank you for your continued support!
Before students can have internet access at school, there is a contract located on page 11 in the student planner that students and parents/guardians need to read, sign, and return. If this has not already been done, please do so as soon as possible. Thank you!