Hunter Education Courses will be held on April 26,27,28 at the Buckhannon VFW from 6:00-9:30pm
8th Grade remote and WV Learns students, the counselors at BUMS will be hosting an event on April 20th 5:00-6:00 pm to assist with scheduling your classes for the high school next year.
Attention 8th graders: The mission of Fred W. Eberle Technical Center is to produce generations of knowledgeable, skillful, and productive professionals that will lead the way into the future." FETC provides career training to prepare you for a job after high school, or to help you further your career. Incoming freshmen and sophomores, along with their guardians are welcome to join us for an informational night. Come out and meet our faculty as they explain their programs offered at FETC. Programs include: Automotive Technology, Carpentry, Collision Repair, Computer Systems Repair, CISCO Networking Academy, Cosmetology, Diesel Technology, Electrical Technology, Therapeutic Services, and Welding Technology. This is the perfect night to discover programs and ask questions as you plan for your high school career. We will gather on Monday, April 19 at Fred Eberle Technical Center, 208 Morton Ave. Buckhannon, WV 26201 from 5:30-7:30 pm. It is best to come for the two hours to ensure time for each program. Contact Denice Jeran, B-UHS School Improvement Specialist at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. Please visit https://tinyurl.com/FETC21
Good morning B-UMS Families! This is a friendly reminder to complete the survey (first sent March 19th) about the learning opportunity that we are offering our students this summer. Our project-based summer session is open to all current 5th, 6th, and 7th graders. Our current 8th graders have the opportunity to attend a learning academy at BUHS (contact BUHS for more information). Please complete this survey by Friday, April 9th at 4pm if you are interested in your student attending B-UMS’s summer learning session. Thank you! https://forms.office.com/r/fnwtbwqjgP
Announcing the 2021 County Government Essay Contest! There will be monetary prizes for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd Place Student Winners. Please visit the website below for more information about this opportunity! https://tinyurl.com/wvessay21
BUHS would like to welcome our 8th grade students and their families to a CTE informational night. Faculty and students will explain the programs that are available including STEM, Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources, Hospitality and Tourism, etc. This is the perfect night to learn about the programs and ask questions! tinyurl.com/BUHScte21
Laura Meadows, Executive Director of the Upshur County Convention and Visitors Bureau, visited Ms. McCann’s English classes today to explain how states bring in money and promote tourism. Students were assigned a state and are currently working on a research project. The project will conclude with the students creating promotional videos in iMovie outlining state parks and attractions in their assigned state.
Happy Friday, families! We have some great news to share: this summer we will be offering a summer learning session for our students. Students will be involved in hands-on, project-based learning that will get them up and moving! Please complete the form below if you are interested in participating. Sorry for the previous message there was an error with the link. tinyurl.com/BUMSsummer21
Students who are full time remote, your ELA teachers will be completing their classroom Spelling Bees next week in class. Contact your ELA teacher if you wish to participate. Our school wide spelling bee will be 3/23 for those who have qualified.
Golden Horseshoe will be held for 8th grade students who are full time remote on Thursday, March 18th. Please report to the school by 8:00am. Students will be ready for parent pick up by 9:15. Make sure to bring your iPad fully charged and report to the library.
Track sign ups will be held March 11th and 12th only. Please contact Mrs.Hyre at 304-472-1520 ext 3136!
T-shirt sales! Orders are due March 30th!
BUMS 8th graders - please take a few minutes to complete the Empowerment Academy survey on Schoology. It is important that you participate.
Softball meeting next Wednesday March 3rd @ 6:30 in the cafeteria for any girl interested in playing softball- parents are to attend too.
BUMS families- A great fun learning activity will be starting at our school. Check out Schoology ( IDEA Lab) and/signs through the school for all the information about Digital Learning Day. It is open to all students from Feb 25 to March 8. Great prizes too!
BUMS families - All of us at the middle school love and care about your children. We know you love them also. So, PLEASE, use only the parking lot by the gym for morning drop off and after school pick up. It is for the safety and well-being of the students.
Make up pictures will be held on February 22nd and 23rd from 12:00-1:00. Sports photos will be at 2:00 on the 22nd.
BUMS families - Our 8th grade students are expected to complete a short survey during their WVStudies class this week. It is an important survey about our Empowerment Academy, career classes and project based learning. Thank you students for completing. Also, there is a survey on BUMS website for Fully Remote Students. Lastly, please use only the lot beside the gym for student drop off and pick up for before and after school. Thank you for being supportive. Safe year, successful year!
BUMS families - This week we acknowledged and honored our two awesome school counselors for all they do for our students, staff, and families. Mrs Zickefoose & Mrs Pavlic are two of the best who help your children with all things “ great and small”. We love them! Thank you ladies. Also, we recognized several hundred students who are doing such great things each day at BUMS. More than 25% have had fewer than five missing assignments since the beginning of school. Each day, we do daily “shout outs” to dozens of our students. What a great way to finish our school day! Yah Darlin!
BUMS families - please know all of the staff at the middle school care about and love your children. We appreciate and salute all the hard work & sense of responsibility your children are showing. If we can support you in any way, please contact the school. Stay safe and healthy.