Hey Badger families, we want to hear from you! Fill out the linked check in form just to let us know how you're doing during this unusual time. We're here to help however we can! - bit.ly/checkinform2020 #BPRD
Beebe Middle School Dance February 1 6-8 pm $5 entrance fee $1 for concessions *In order to attend you must not have received ISS or OSS during this school year. *
Ms. Davis’s science classes designed an experiment to see if plants could grow without soil. In math, students solved problems using multiplication to determine the class mystery.
Come join us for for pancakes at Beebe Middle School!
Here is the schedule of events for the Annual Halloween Carnival at Beebe Middle School.
Our students at Beebe Middle School aren't the only things that are bright! We are celebrating Red Ribbon Week by being bright and saying no to drugs!
Beebe School District has been approved for up to five AMI Days for the 2019-20 school year. Follow the link to read more about how the days will work and what to expect. - http://bit.ly/amidays1920 #BPRD
Students in Mr. Belew's 5th grade science class were challenged to compare the movement of atoms with the popping of popcorn in the exciting and tasty "Atomic Popcorn Lab"!
Students in Mrs. Allgood's class were challenged to design and build an ice cooler that would keep their ice from melting the longest. There were some very unique designs.
At Beebe Middle School, Mrs. Carter's class says, "Happiness is reading outside on a crisp fall morning."
Constitution Day was celebrated at Beebe Middle School with the election of Student Council Class Representatives Students got to go to the polls and vote for the candidate of their choice. S.C. officers will be elected from this slate of representatives in a general election
Here in 5th grade at Beebe Middle School, Ms. Davis’s science classes have been learning about matter. Students made observations and measurements to explore properties of matter.
August 23 2019 Mrs. Vaden’s Social Studies classes traveled this week to New England and to the Rocky Mountains! Students read colorful brochures of Fall Foliage Fun and A Winter Wonderland of Survival, and worked in teams to “pack their gear” for the two adventures. The students are studying the Five Themes of Geography, and utilized their skills to determine their needs based on climate and environment for each outing. The Five Themes of Geography background gives greater understanding of the influences that shape the History 5 th graders will study throughout the year.
Every homeroom teacher at BMS is working with their students to make our school as safe and productive as possible. Students were asked the four questions pictured, and then their answers were recorded and agreed upon by all students in the class. You can see the results!
Mr. Belew's 5th grade science class is enjoying the first days of school by helping to stock the new aquarium. So far it is home to Sheldon the turtle and Goldie the fish. A great big thank you to Bob and Kim Pruitt for their donation of the tank!
If your student participated in the recent Bluebird House Project at Beebe Middle School we would like to have a picture of the installed house along with the student that built it! Email the picture to: firstname.lastname@example.org #BPRD #UnlockYourPotential
The Beebe Middle School Student Council is sponsoring a dance Friday March 8, from 6:00 - 9:00. Admission is $3.00 and students must bring their permission slip with them. School Dress Code Applies!
Thanks to a grant from The Arkansas Game and Fish Commission every student at Beebe Middle School will have the opportunity to build their Eastern Bluebird nesting box, take it home, and install it! #BPRD #UnlockYourPotential
Last week, Mrs. Redman’s classes annotated and discussed two passages about Black History and had a Socratic Circle discussion using higher level questions to help keep the conversation going. They really enjoyed it and they did an awesome job! #BPRD #UnlockYourPotential
The Beebe Middle School Math NIght will be held tonight from 5:00 - 7:00 in the cafeteria building at BMS. Highlights include, cookies and punch, Are You Smarter Than a Middle Schooler, Games, and Prizes. It's going to be a great night!! #UnlockYourPotential #BPRD