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Letter to Berrendo Parents - From Superintendent Tom Burris      

School begins at 7:45 DAILY

2016

Berrendo Middle School

2017

December 1, 2016-5:00 pm - 7:00 pm

HeART of Winter Arts Extravaganza

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Last day of Semester:  December 16, 2016 (Early release)

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YEARBOOK SALES

Beginning October 17th, you may purchase your BMS yearbook.  The cost is $45 and can be purchased in Ms. Main's classroom (Room 709)!

 

 

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ATHLETICS


Girls' bas games are underway.  Please check the Athletics link for schedules and come on out and support your BULLDOGS!

Click the Athletics link for the schedules and information!

 

 

QUICK LINKS


  

Fax Number:
575-625-8248

 

 
 
 
Important Dates:
 
 
School begins at 7:45 DAILY
 
 

Nine Weeks Ends

November 17, 2016

 

Nine Weeks Issued

Parent/Teacher Conferences

November 18, 2016

 

Winter Break

December 19-January 3

Classes Resume January 4, 2017

 

 

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

UNIFORM POLICY

Berrendo Middle School is a uniform school, and we make every effort to accommodate student dress needs within the boundaries of the uniform policy.  The policy states:

1. Pants:  Plain denim, black, gray, light tan jeans or light tan or black uniform pants, capris pants of same colors for girls (mid-calf length), or shorts of same colors with no design on the legs.  There will be no tears, holes, or frays.  There will be no leggings or pants of stretchy materials, such as lycra or spandex (no jeggings).  Pants must not be more than one size larger for growth.  Pants may not be frayed or torn at the bottom.  Pants may not bag nor sag.  Shorts are to be finger-tip length.  No gray or brown pants/shorts are allowed. 

2.Students do not have to wear a belt.  In the event that students decide to wear a belt, the belt must be appropriate length and linked in the belt loops at all times.  If students cannot keep their pants up, they will be asked to wear a belt.

3.Shirts: BMS t-shirts are crew-neck; factory hemmed, and has no alterations.  Colors are black, grey, gold, and white and must have an approved BMS screen print on them.  T-shirts are sold at school.  Shirts are not required to be tucked in unless they are excessive in length.  (will not be longer than back pockets on a standard pair of jeans or uniform pants)  The t-shirt should be hip length and cover midriff front and back when sitting or standing.  Shirts will not be tied up or tucked in the back pocket.  They are to be worn straight down or tucked in the pants.  Sleeves may not be rolled up to the shoulder. Long sleeve t-shirts and sweatshirts are also sold at school.

4.Plain undershirts must be uniform color and tucked in.  They will not be seen hanging below the uniform t-shirt. 

5.A plain white, grey, gold, or black, cotton or fleece sweater, or BMS jacket may be worn in the classroom.  These jackets will have no logos and no designs on them of any type.   All non-uniform jackets must be put into the student’s locker upon entry to the building. Non-uniform jackets may not be worn in the building at any time.

6.Wheels on backpacks are not allowed.

7.Hoop ear-rings larger than 2 inches will not be allowed (for safety reaso:ns). No facial jewelry is allowed (RISD 5130 Policy).

8.Skull/crossbones clothing, jewelry, backpacks, purses, etc. are not allowed on campus at anytime.

9.High school t-shirts or jacket/sweatshirts may not be worn by any student.

10.No houseshoes or slippers are allowed.

 
IT'S GREAT TO BE A BULLDOG!

To access online grades:

You can access your child's current assignments, grades, attendance, teacher comments, and other information online. All you have to do is speak with Mrs. Recinos in the front office and present a valid ID to receive your login and password.

Licia Hillman, Principal