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  • FOLLOW BMS ON TWITTER

    Follow BMS Falcons on Twitter @BMSFalcons.

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  • BOOK FAIR DURING CONFERENCE WEEK

    The Scholastic Book Fair is open for business during conference week in the Learning Hub! Students will have the opportunity to visit the Book Fair during the school day Monday through Friday, November 5-9. Students will be assigned a time during the school day to visit the fair that week. It will also be available during conference times for students and parent alike. Four book sets will be given away to lucky students – they simply have to stop by the fair and drop their raffle ticket into the box at the cashier’s table. Stop by and see the great titles available this fall. Cash and credit will be accepted. You can also shop the fair online! The online fair runs from October 31st to November 13th. You can visit the online book fair by clicking on the headline above. Do you have some time to volunteer to help out during the Fair? When you click on the link, you can indicate the day and time that works for you. Whether you attend in person, or go online, check out the Scholastic Book Fair during conference week!

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  • WRESTLING & GIRLS BASKETBALL START ON OCTOBER 17th

    Wrestling and Girls Basketball start on Wednesday, October 17th. Please make sure you are cleared with the ASB Office. Parent Information Night will be on October 24th from 5-6 pm.

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  • TUMWATER SCHOOL DISTRICT EMERGENCY COMMUNICATIONS

    Please click on the Headline above to view Emergency Communications by the Tumwater School District.

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  • STATE ATTENDANCE LAWS

    Please click on the Headline above to view the State Attendance Laws.

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  • PREP FOR EMERGENCIES REPORT

    School safety has recently been at the forefront of everyone’s minds. Schools have emergency plans to keep students safe from threats of violence or natural disasters—and your family should, too. Preparation is key to ensure that you and your family members can react quickly and calmly if a serious threat arises. Take these steps to ensure your family is prepared for emergencies. Please click on the HEADLINE above for a full report.

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  • DISABILITY AWARENESS MONTH

    Approaching disabilities with a positive and inclusive mindset is a crucial element of a healthy school system. The concept of "inclusion" has a far broader reach than placement in the regular classroom. We want ALL students to be active and valued participants in the school community, using their abilities to contribute in a multitude of ways. In October, as we observe Disability Awareness Month, we look to highlight and celebrate the many ways that students with disabilities enrich our school.

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  • FRIDAYS are ACT DAYS

    All Fridays, during the school year, are an early release of 75 minutes EXCEPT the first and last Fridays of the school year. BMS will dismiss at 1:15pm on ACT DAYS. This does not include scheduled half days or regular early release days. PLEASE CONSULT THE DISTRICT CALENDAR OR WEBSITE FOR MORE INFORMATION.

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  • PICTURE RETAKES

    Picture retakes are scheduled for November 2nd.

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  • MIDDLE SCHOOL CONFERENCE WEEK

    Middle School Conference week starts on Monday, November 5th through Friday, November 9th. We will release at 10:30am. More information to come.

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  • HARVEST FOOD DRIVE

    Harvest Food Drive starts on October 29th and will end on November 13th. More details to come at a later date.

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  • 2018-19 YEARBOOK ORDERING INFORMATION

    Now is the time to order your 2018-19 yearbook! You can find all the information about ordering your yearbook and other items under the "QUICK LINKS" tab (located to the right), or click on the HEADLINE above.

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  • HOMEWORK CENTER

    Homework Center will be open Mondays and Thursdays after school for all BMS students. Beginning in October, Homework Center is a perfect opportunity for students to take advantage of quiet time AND one-on-one guidance from teachers and high school tutors. Homework Center starts at 2:40pm and ends at 3:40pm in the B-POD.

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  • School Safety Tip Line - (360) 709-7998

    Students and other members of the public can anonymously report or share information of a threat or potential threat to student safety. Callers will be able to leave a voice message at (360) 709-7998. Messages are monitored by the administrative office during regular business hours. Please note this is not an emergency response line. If you are reporting an emergency situation, please call 911. When leaving your tip, please leave as much detail as possible so that your concern can be thoroughly investigated. All tips will be considered seriously. An online platform for tips will be added to our webpage soon.

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  • Who WAS George Washington Bush?

    George Washington Bush was one of the first settlers in the Washington Territory. He was well known for his generosity and helpfulness to others who struggled to make themselves a home and a life in the rugged Pacific Northwest. He was born in the late 1700's. During his young adult years, he served in the military. In 1844, he joined his friends to make the trek to settle near Puget Sound in the New Market area (present-day Tumwater). After petitioning the government, his family was granted 640 acres on which to settle. The Bush family farm became one of the most productive and valuable in early Washington. The Bushes gained a reputation for their hospitality and charity. Bush, along with Michael Simmons and others, built the first gristmill and sawmill on Puget Sound at Tumwater Falls. Because of his unique significance in the history of the Tumwater area, the Tumwater School District decided to recognize George Washington Bush's accomplishments by gracing this school with his name.

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