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                          BATTLE OF THE BOOKS AGAINST TMS COMING UP

     There are currently six teams from our school that are taking part in the Battle of the Books competition.  The week of March 12th, we will hold preliminary contests to narrow the field to four teams.  Those four teams will compete against four teams from Tumwater Middle School on Tuesday, March 20th, 6:30 PM, here in the BMS main gym.  Anyone is welcome to come and view the competition that evening.  It will consist of teams answering questions about each of seven books that they read.  One of those eight teams will get bragging rights until next year!

     

    KNOWLEDGE BOWL TEAM WRAPS UP A SUCCESSFUL SEASON!

    This year, the Knowledge Bowl team fared well in the just completed season.  We are in the Skookumchuck League, which consisted of BMS, Chehalis, Griffin, Tenino, Centralia Christian, and Rochester.  There were six meets, one at each school, on Wednesday afternoons in January and February.  Each school fielded three teams of between 3 and 5 students.  Each team competed in three rounds of 45 questions each, against two other teams.  When all was said and done, the BMS squad earned an overall 2nd place ranking.  Congratulations to this year’s competitors: Evan Merchant, Chalyn Wilks, Aiden Aguero, Ingrid Crist, Ethan McConkey, Samantha Bluhm, Gypsy Patnude, Lia Zaboski, Avery Hargrove, Lanham Eudy, Orion Haury, Eli Denning, Reis Howell, Alec Sprick, Ben Ferrel, and Cassidy Bradley.

     

    FIND SOME GREAT TEEN READS!

     Are you looking for some good books for your middle school child to read?  Check out the American Library Association’s Teen Reading site for some great suggestions.  It provides links to a variety of resources on the Internet, and has “Top Ten” lists from the past three years.  Your teen can even vote to help select this year’s Top Ten!  Go to: http://www.ala.org/yalsa/teenstopten for all of the details!

    For other suggested good reads, go to the Bush Library web page, and click on the link entitled “Suggested Reads”!  You can also go to the Bush Library Online Catalog home page and check the items under “Book Links”.

     

     

     

     

     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
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