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Bronco Bulletin November 8, 2019

On Monday our 8th grade students returned from our annual Washington D.C trip. The picture above is our selected students who represented BPMS in laying the wreath at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier at Arlington National Cemetery. A special thank you to all of our chaperones who accompanied our 8th graders to D.C. This trip wouldn't be possible without all of you!

We are also still taking donations for our Fun Run through PaySchools. Please consider donating by using the link below.

https://parent.payschools.com/cat.asp?id=759336EBD68A43FD814848F5685C825A

Please know that our Competitive Cheer tryouts are beginning soon! Tryouts will begin on Monday, November 11th. ALL STUDENTS NEED TO HAVE A SPORTS PHYSICAL THAT IS DATED AFTER APRIL 15th, 2019 TO TRYOUT. THIS IS A MHSAA MANDATE AND THERE ARE NO EXCEPTIONS.

This message is for interested 7th and 8th grade parents. Students at Boulan Park MS who are unable to take the MOEMS contest at their private institutions will be able to take the MOEMS test at Boulan beginning this month. Interested families can sign-up to take the test at Boulan Park (after school hours), even if they were not selected in the parent ran MOEMS club which included weekly meetings and the contest.

https://www.signupgenius.com/go/70a0a45aeae2fa31-moems7

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Each year our 8th grade US History classes celebrate Veterans Day by having veterans come in and speak with our students about their military experiences. On Monday, November 11th we will be having a Red, White and Blue Day for students. Please encourage your child to where red, white and/or blue as we welcome our wonderful veterans to BPMS.

The Troy Schools Food Service Department, which is contracted by Chartwells, is seeking friendly people willing to fill various vacancies within the Food Service Department that are responsible for providing lunches to the students of the Troy School District. Not to worry if you haven’t had previous experience, as “on the job” training will be available!

Depending on the school, the hours would primarily be during the middle of the day, but will vary depending on the vacancy. And you would be earning some extra money while your students are in school! Come join our Food Service Staff by calling 248-823-5089, or please email us at ngervais@troy.k12.mi.us.

I look forward to hearing from you!

Gayle M. Moran

Troy Schools Food Service Liaison

Troy Youth Assistance and Troy Tech Talks are hosting a screening of the compelling new documentary LIKE on Thursday, November 14 at 7pm, Troy High School Auditorium.

Technology makes our lives easier in so many ways - but what is the cost of our dependence and our children's reliance on screens? LIKE reveals the true effects of technology on the brain and uncovers the impact social media can have on our lives.

Have a wonderful weekend,

Tony Morse