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7th Grade Peek of the Week May 17-21, 2021

Please help us with explaining the importance of wearing mask at school. Scholars need to wear their mask covering their nose and mouth. Masks should be worn only once and then washed. A clean mask should be worn daily.

Field Trip Information

Tybee: Beach & Dolphin Excursion

Cost: $11.00 check payable to BCMS or exact cash. *Students will be getting on a boat.

ELA:In ELA next week we will be finishing up our class picture books. Students will also have the opportunity to do grade improvement and make up any missing assignments before the end of the year. The 7th grade will also be taking a field trip to Tybee on Wednesday. Lets finish the year out strong!

READ180: This will be a very busy week for our scholars. They have a field trip on Tuesday to Tybee Island. We are all excited to go to the beach and will ride in a boat for the dolphin tour. We look forward to a fun day in the sun! Students will take their last Scholastic Reading Inventory Assessment on Thursday to show their growth for the year. Scholars will continue their investigation of the short story titled “The Lottery” by Shirley Jackson. Scholars will end their week with their final workshop assessment.

Math: Students will review for the math portion of the GMAS (May 11th) this week. Students will spend the week reviewing the Number System, Proportional Relationships, Geometry, and Expressions/Equations/Inequalities. Students can also practice at home using IXL.

  • Science: We will continue our focus on the muscular and skeletal system in class this week. Students enjoyed dissecting frogs on Wednesday.

Have a question or concern? Contact Us!

Blaine Ennis, Elizabeth Raeburn, Michael Tountasakis

Our admin team!!

Liz Raeburn-Principal- eraeburn@bryan.k12.ga.us

Blaine Ennis-Assistant Principal-Athletic Director bennis@bryan.k12.ga.us

Michael Tountasakis - Assistant Principal - mtountasakis@bryan.k12.ga.us

Bryan County Middle School

600 Payne Avenue

Pembroke, GA 31321

912-626-5050

Twitter: @bryancountyms