Ben Hill Middle School
Grow your mind. Grow your life.
Digital Learning Packets for April 6th -24th
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Digital Learning Day Packet April 27th-May 8th
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BHMS Students, Email notices were sent to you listing out what library books you have out.
Please return them as soon as possible to Ben Hill Middle School by MAY 29th, 2020.
There is already a container outside of the school door for you to drop your books off. You can begin turning books in now.
Feel free to drop them off the same day you return your laptop and other materials which should be the week of May 26th-May 29th, 2020.
Parents and Students,Yearbooks are still for sale. We ARE NOT accepting checks or cash, so please do not try and visit our school to purchase.If you purchased a yearbook prior to school letting out, we have your order. You do not need to order online.Please visit the link below to purchase your yearbook online with a credit or debit card. This ordering process will end May 29, 2020. Please be sure to get your yearbook ordered by that date.Yearbooks will be given out at the start of the next school year.If you have any questions, please email me at: firstname.lastname@example.org
If students were unable to come and pick up their laptop or packet, please scroll down, and you will find folders for each grade level. This can be printed out at home.
Schoology Handbook for Students and Parents
Please scroll down and view the Schoology Handbook guide to help students and parents navigate to their courses and assignments. This handbook has also been e-mailed to all BHMS Students.
BHMS Yearbooks are now on sale until Friday, April 3rd, 2020. Turn in your money to the media center; order forms can be picked up in the media center as well. Yearbooks are $25.00 if purchased by February 14th, 2020 After February 14th, 2020 the yearbook price goes up to $30.00. Yearbooks will be in around May 18th, 2020.
District Teacher of the Year for Ben Hill County Schools!
Reach Scholar signing day was a great success. Te’asia Williams, Natalie Olivares, Willie Young, and Josias Procopio are our Reach Scholars Class of 2024. Thank you to our sponsors Community Bank, Colony Bank, Golden Boy, Kiwanis Club and Lions Club. Thankful for the supportive parents that continue to support their kids in their academics. Go Canes!
Parents please note the following afternoon dismissal procedures:
1. NO CHECKOUTS AFTER 2:45 PM. This allows us to finish the day in a safe and orderly fashion.
2. The Bell Rings at 3:45 PM to end the day at BHMS. At that time all parent pick-up students, students reporting to an athletic practice, and students riding the shuttle to the primary will be dimissed. We will begin calling bus dimissals as the buses show up.
3. No parent should attempt to pick a child up via the road that exits by the track. Students will not be allowed to exit campus in this direction.
Find It Fast
We are excited about the various clubs that will be offered this year! Please view the descriptions for each club below and click the link to register.
CLUBS AT BEN HILL MIDDLE SCHOOL
4-H meets as a part of 6th grade Science classes and after school to let students complete hands-on projects in a positive environment with guidance from adult mentors and are encouraged to take on proactive leadership roles. 4-H is also available to 7th and 8th graders as an after school activity that meets at the 4-H office monthly. Special activities available include consumer judging team, poultry judging team, shooting sports teams as well as project achievement. It is sponsored by the Cooperative Extension System. Mrs. Jeri Gilleland is the sponsor and can be reached at 426-5175.
Art Club meets as part of rotation A in the cafeteria. Sponsors Bailey Miller and Marketa Poole work with the Fitzgerald-Ben Hill Arts Council to provide monthly art experiences and lessons for the members.
Book Club will meet as a part of rotation A in room 702 and is sponsored by Katrina Campbell and the Fitzgerald-Ben Hill Arts Council. Members will read one book a month then meet to discuss the book.
Calligraphy Club meets as part of rotation A in the Media Center conference room. Students learn how to do calligraphy from the sponsors Debbie Hamlin and Karen Kelly.
Chess Club meets as part of rotation B in the Tech Lab (room 911). Students who already know how to play chess can enjoy challenging other students to a match. Students who do not know how to play can learn from the sponsor Robert Garber.
CIS meets with rotation B in the cafeteria. It also has after school meetings and tutoring sessions as well as in-school workshops. Communities In Schools works to fill in the gaps to meet the needs of students and to offer leadership training and support. The BHMS program is led by Ms. Megan Smith.
Coloring Club meets during club rotation B in room 909. Students learn to manage stress, anxiety, anger, and boredom by coloring. Ms. Nicole Menge and Deidre Cox are the sponsors.
Cosmetology Club meets during club rotation B in room 901. Ms. Amanda Ross is the sponsor. She is assisted by Kayci Gibbs and Shelby Reese.
Debate Club meets during club rotation A in room 801. Students learn how to conduct formatted debates, discuss and analyze interesting topics, practice public speaking, construct arguments, exercise reasoning, and work with friends. There must be a minimum of 15 members to form this club. Ms. Pam Brown is the sponsor.
Environmental Club meets during club rotation A in room 601. Katrina Vaughn and Katy Calhoun are the sponsors. Students will learn ways to make a positive impact on the environment, both at school and in our community.
Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) meets as part of rotation A and after school in room 902 to develop skills for life through character development, creative and critical thinking, interpersonal communication, practical knowledge, and career preparation. Leslie McDonald is the advisor.
Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA) meets on Friday mornings before school and during both club rotations. Rotation A is in the gym as a full group and rotation B is in huddles as grade level groups as grade levels in room 702, room 802, and room 811. Students look at the concepts of Christianity through the experiences of athletes. (Students are not required to be athletes nor Christians to join.) Advisors and huddle leaders are Christopher Alexander, Katrina Campbell, Kenya Harris, Willie Harris, Sammy Reynolds, and Marisa Reynolds.
FFA meets as part of rotation B and after school in room 904 to let members develop their own unique talents and explore their interests in a broad range of agricultural career pathways. Micheal Barnes is the advisor.
Fitness Club meets during rotation B in the gym. Advisors Katy Calhoun and Katrina Vaughn help students learn to live a healthier lifestyle through proper exercise and nutrition.
Game Code Club meets during rotation A in room 909 with Nicole Menge. Students learn basic computer coding then create and play their own game.
It’s Not Just Duct Tape meets as a part of rotation B in room 801. Sponsor Pam Brown leads the members in varying craft projects. Membership is limited to 25 students.
Needle Crafts Club meets during both rotations in the Band room. Sponsors Michelle Denison and Deidre Cox teach members how to crochet, knit, needlepoint, and how to improve upon their current skills.
Public Relations Club meets during rotation B in the Media Center conference room. This student-led club will work with the Ben Hill County Schools Public Relations director Jenny McCranie to take pictures and write articles that celebrate what is happening at BHMS. Debbie Hamlin is the sponsor.
Spreading Unity – Not Cruelty meets during rotation B in the rotunda conference room. The student-led club will promote acts of kindness and learn ways to promote unity within the school. Mrs. Sujette Giddens is the sponsor.
Student Council will meet during rotation A to discuss issues and represent the student body as stakeholders in BHMS. Katrina Vaughn is the sponsor. Stephanie Howell and Joi Kinnett will assist as needed.
Technology Student Association (TSA) meets after school in the Tech Lab (room 911) to prepare students to be successful inventors, designers, creative problem solvers, responsible citizens and leaders in a technological society. Robert Garber, Katrina Vaughn, and Debbie Hamlin are the advisors.
Ben Hill County Middle School
students receive laptops
to use this year!
Please review the
Technology Use Handbook
and sign the
Each student will use the device
assigned to them during the school day.
The devices will not be sent home.
The Agreement needs to be signed
for the student to use the internet & laptop.
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