GT Art Letters
Any student that received a GT ART letter last week to be signed and returned, needs to give to Ms. Sexton this week.  
March of Dimes
Congrats to Ms. Moore's homeroom for winning the "March of Dimes" war and will receive a pizza party. The school raised approximately $250. 
BMS STLP State Championship Results
Congratulations to Logan Thomas and Madison Flynn. These two 6th grade STLP members placed 4th in the entire state at the STLP State Championship on Tuesday for their public service announcement video project "Don't Be a Dummy- Don't Text and Drive." 
BMS Celebrates Mathcounts
BIG congrats to the BMS Mathcounts team who finished 16th in the state at last months state competition in Louisville. 
School Play Practice/Props
Play practice today until 5:30. Wed. and Friday will be devoted to set and props. Those who signed up to work in these areas please let Mr. Barker know which days you can attend. 
SBDM Representative Nominations
SBDM parent representative nominations for 2014-15 are due in the office by April 30th. Submit a brief bio on why you would like to serve and about yourself for the voters to read. Two parents will be elected with the election in early May.  
Proactive 5K
BMS will be participating in the Proactive 5K. Students are able to register for $10 and family members for $20. Student registration forms were sent home today. Extra student forms and family member forms can be found in the front office. Registration forms and money are due to Ms. Moreland by May 5. If you have already registered please let Ms. Moreland know so she can add you to our team. Winning school $500, 2nd place $300 and 3rd place $200 
Tech Opportunity for Middle School Girls
TechSavvy will provide hands-on workshops with women working in STEM fields on May 17 on the KSU campus.  This is collaboration between AAUW (American Association of University Women) Bluegrass Central and KSU CAFSSS.  Interested girls may register online at TechSavvy. Any Kentucky middle school girl and her parents (or other significant adult) can attend. Breakfast and lunch will be provided. It will be a day of fun and intriguing sessions led by women who work in STEM fields in places like Toyota USA, Alltech, Lockheed Martin, Kentucky State University, and more!! The day will conclude with the girls creating a personal vision board to connect their heads and hearts to their futures. 
AR Cutoff Dates
Trimester 3 Midterm cutoff date is April 24th.  Trimester 3 (End of year) cutoff date is May 30th.  
School Schedule
The last day of school for students is now June 5th!!  No school on May 20th (election day) or May 26 (Memorial Day).  Midterm ends on April 24th and the midterm reports will be going home on April 30th. There is no 8th grade graduation. 
State Testing Dates
State testing will be May 21-28.  Please remember not to schedule appointments during these days.  Attendance is especially important during testing!!  
Last Day of School is June 5th
The last day of school for students is now June 5th!! No school on May 20th (election day) or May 26 (Memorial Day). Midterm ends on April 24th. 
Wolverine Cheer Team
Any 8th grade girl interested in trying out for next year's Wolverine Cheer Team should attend mandatory clinics April 28th, 29th and 30th in the WHHS gym from 4:00 - 6:00. Tryouts will be May 1st. 
Wolverine Dance Team
Dance team clinic/tryouts will be May 5,6,& 7th.  Packets are in the office. Coach Wooldridge can be reached by email at if you have any questions.  
MAP Testing
MAP testing started April 8th and will continue all month.  
PTO Meeting
PTO meeting April 28th at 5:30 PM.  
BMS Odyssey of the Mind

BMS Odyssey of the Mind Teams had an outstanding showing at the Competition at EKU on March 29th. Odyssey of the Mind is an international educational program that provides creative problem-solving opportunities for students from kindergarten through college. Team members apply their creativity to solve problems that range from building mechanical devices to presenting their own interpretation of literary classics. They then bring their solutions to competition on the local, state, and World level. This year BMS had 2 teams of students competing at the State Tournament at EKU. Both teams did well and we are very proud of them! 1st and 2nd place winners at State Competition advance to the World Finals Competition at Iowa State University on May 28th-31st. One of our teams did advance to this level of competition! Congratulations to the following BMS OoTM teams: BMS Not So Haunted House Problem—1st Place (Advancing to World Finals): Luke Sosby, Shay Locke, Madison Sharp, Julia Martinez, Amanda Jones, Hasitha Ramisetti, and Matson Wainwright and BMS Stackable Structure Problem—3rd Place: Mallie Moore, Carter Stinnett, Sidney Edwards, Brianne Mack-Bingham, Ben Muller, Zoe Ward, and Maegan Johnson.  

PTO Donation Competition
The PTO Donation Competition is in full swing. Send in your Box Tops, Labels for Education, Tyson A+, Coke Rewards, used ink cartridges, and old cell phones to earn Braves signatures and points for your child’s homeroom class. Remember Box Tops have expiration dates, so turn them in promptly so they do not expire!  
ESS After School
ESS tutoring services is offered each Wednesday and Thursday from 4 – 5 PM.  
BMS Logo Items
BMS has a website where you can order Bondurant logo items for all occasions,  
ILP Information
All students in KY. Grades 6-12 complete an individual learning plan (ILP) every year. The ILP is a web-based tool your student uses to start planning a future after high school. They will research careers, investigate colleges, examine military pathways, and set goals they can use to achieve a bright and happy future. They will even start building a resume to apply to colleges or jobs. Throughout this process they learn about the many options they have and what they will need to do to get where they want to go. PARENTS are encouraged to access student ILP’s and review/talk to your youth about their future plans. Parent log-ins can be requested by emailing Mr. Gary at .  
Kroger Cards and Labels for Education
Labels for Education bonus points can be awarded to Bondurant by anyone who uses a registered Kroger Plus card. To register your Kroger card, go to\ . You can also clip and redeem the UPCs to earn more Labels for Education points for Bondurant. This way the points can really rack up! 
Each BMS student will take a Standardized norm reference test at the beginning of the school year to determine his/her Accelerated Reader (AR) reading level and point goal. Reading logs will be kept by each student on a two-sided colored sheet to record student reading both in and out of class.  Teachers and parents will initial the log to verify number of pages read by the student.  Every student must present the reading log with the appropriate documentation of books read on their reading level to their teacher and the librarian before an AR test can be taken. Students should read at least 20 minutes every night as part of their LA homework and turn in their reading logs/nightly reading sheets weekly.   The AR test scores, points earned, and reading logs/nightly reading sheets will count for no more than half of each student’s LA homework grade. Students will be allowed to take AR tests over books they read throughout the summer, but they will still be required to present a signed reading log.  Tests taken by students cannot be removed if low scores are earned. No alternative assignments will be accepted for AR.  
Earn eBox Tops for Bondurant
You can earn free eBox Tops for your child's school by registering and playing games on .  This is a fun, easy and free way to support your child's school.  
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