BRMS SOMs are students who exhibit positive character traits and show school involvement. ELKS SOMs are students who are helpful, respectful to others and show good citizenship. They are hard working, have average to above-average grades, active in the school or local community, and contribute in a positive way to the overall school atmosphere.
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Please check out the May edition of the BRMS Counselors' Corner Newsletter. We hope you and your family find the resources and information helpful!
BRMS April news includes information and updates from the Main office, Nurse's office, Library Media Center, Clubs (Drama & Pokemon), and Sports.
On Tuesday, April 20th, Officer Adam Edwards and the BRMS administration ran a Social Media Aware Presentation for all BRMS students and parents. Attached are the links to the video of the event and the Powerpoint that Officer Edwards used during his presentation. Please feel free to reach out to BRMS Administration, Officer Edwards, or Officer Crowell with any questions or concerns.
Attached is the list of the BRMS students who earned Honor Roll in the third quarter of the 2020-21 school year. The following method is used to recognize the academic achievement of students during the 10 week marking period. Students who receive between 90-100 in all subjects have earned "Honor Roll of Distinction." Students who receive 80 or above in all subjects have earned "Honor Roll."
The BRMS 6th Grade Orientation is scheduled for Thursday, May 6th. Unfortunately, due to current circumstances, we will not be able to have an in-person event. However, our staff and students have worked very hard to create a video and PowerPoint that outlines many important items that should help your student(s) transition from 5th to 6th Grade.
On Thursday, April 15th, Bordentown Regional School District will enter our “Final Phase” of instruction. We do have some important information that we would like to share below in an effort to help the transition run safely and smoothly. For students who have been in the building up to this point, there are not many changes, however, we do have some students who are entering our school for the first time this year, so we want to take some time to highlight some very important information. Please take a few minutes to review this with your student.
Here is the latest edition of the BRMS Newspaper, The Paw Print. A huge shout out to our student writers and our Newspaper Club Adviser, Ms. Gerike.
The attached letter includes the guidelines regarding COVID-19 policies and procedures for our school district.