BCMS Media Center
10:00am-12:00pm on the following dates:
June 5, 12, 19 and 26
July 24 and 31
Come check out books, play board games, or take an AR test. AR points earned will count for next year.
The Summer Feeding Program in Baker County is back!! There will be 16 open feeding sites this summer to provide meals free of charge to all kids and teens, 18 and under all summer long. Meals will be served May 29th - August 2nd, Mondays – Thursdays (except July 4th, no meals will be served on that day). Send the children you love to the site nearest to you to take part in these free summer meals. All of these locations are open sites and available to feed all kids and teens! Click here for locations and times.
Friday, May 25th is the last day of school and is an early out day. Students at BCMS will be released at 12:05. Have a wonderful and safe summer, Bobcats!
Congratulations to the following students who were selected for the 2018-2019 BCMS football team (pending grades at the end of the semester). The parent meeting will be held on Monday, May 14th at 6:00 p.m. in the BCMS 7th/8th grade cafeteria.
There will be a parent meeting on Thursday, April 26th, at 5:30 p.m. at Keller Intermediate School.
Congratulations to the following students who were selected as 2018-2019 BCMS cheerleaders! There will be a meeting in Mrs. Dyal's room on Tuesday, April 17th from 2:15 to 3:15. $200 (cash or money order only) is also due on Tuesday.
Ava Chanel Smith
Please join us Thursday, April 12th for Family Reading Night from 6:00 - 8:00 in the media center. Students can read, check out books, take AR tests, play games, put together puzzles, and color. Refreshments will also be served. Hope to see you all there!
The Beta Club is proud to announce its new Peer-to-Peer Homework Help Program. Beginning February 6th, Beta Club members will be available every Tuesday after school in the 7th/8th grade cafeteria to assist students with their homework assignments. Students MUST pre-register to attend. Forms may be picked up in the front office. Once a student submits a registration form, he or she may attend any Tuesday session. The sessions are from 2:05 - 3:00. Students will need to be picked up at 3:00 by the front office. Please turn in your registration forms to Mrs. Callahan as soon as possible.
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!
When students return to school on January 9th, there will be some changes to our morning procedures. When students arrive on campus in the mornings they should report to the appropriate area (see below) and remain there until the bell rings at 7:25.
6th graders may go to the gym, 6th grade cafeteria, or library.
7th/8th graders are allowed to go the auditorium, 7th/8th grade cafeteria, or library.
The library is limited to 88 students. You must use the double doors located by the bus area to enter the library.
When entering all of the designated areas, students should have a seat and remain seated until the bell rings. Food and drink are only allowed in the cafeterias.
We are looking forward to a wonderful 2nd semester.
Baker County Middle School would like to express our gratitude to R.H. Davis Oil Co., Inc. and Exxon Mobil for their $500 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!
Parents of 6th graders: Screening results (vision/hearing/scoliosis/weight/BMI) will be available for you to view on Skyward Parent Access beginning Monday, November 6th. If you have any questions, please contact Nurse Cheryl at BCMS.
High-achieving 7th grade students with financial need are encouraged to apply. Cooke Young Scholars will receive:
* Academic and college counseling, including college tours and visits
* Financial support for academic and extracurricular enrichment, including study abroad and internships
* A guided pathway to college success
* A community of ambitious peers and mentorship opportunities
Find out more and sign up for notifications at
In an effort to regain some lost instructional time due to Hurricane Irma, a district-wide decision has been made to cancel the seven official early dismissal days for the remainder of the school year. This decision was made in the best interest of our students and their education to regain some valuable instructional time.
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!
Students must have a 2.0 GPA for the second semester of the 2016-2017 school year to be eligble for football, volleyball, and basketball tryouts. For baseball and softball, students must have a 2.0 GPA for the first semester of the 2017-2018 school year. In addition, students must have a completed FHSAA physical on file to attend any clinics, conditioning, or tryouts. If you have any questions, please call BCMS at 259-2226 or Athletic Director Anne Cassidy at 259-0464.
Any student eating breakfast at school will report to your grade level cafeteria where you will remain until the bell rings. If you are in 6th or 7th grade and not eating breakfast you will report directly to the auditorium and remain there until the bell rings. If you are in 8th grade and not eating breakfast at school you will report directly to the gym and remain there until the bell rings. The library will be open before school. If a student goes to the library they will remain there until the bell rings. We will have a trial period where students can demonstrate responsible use of their cell phones before school only in the gym, auditorium and cafeteria. Before exiting their assigned area cell phones must be turned off and put away until afternoon dismissal at 2:05.
Exxon Mobil Educational Alliance Program
BCMS would like to say a very special "THANK YOU" to R.H. Davis Oil Company and Exxon Mobil Educational Alliance Program for the donation of $1000 to our school!! We greatly appreciate your support!