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  • Middle School Advisory

    All of the middle school students belong to an advisory that meets weekly to check in on how school is going. The students, along with their advisor, track grades, behaviors, and offer intervention to those who are in need of academic support. The advisories also meet once a month to participate against one another in a friendly physical or strategic challenge. Points are awarded to individual …

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  • What is PBiS?

    PBiS refers to a process of change for an entire school or district. The central theme is teaching behavioral expectations in the same manner as a core subject. The school is focusing on three behavioral expectations that are positively stated and easy to remember. In other words, instead of telling students what not to do, we are focusing on the desired behaviors.Blue Mountain Union School’s …

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  • Doe Chip Drop 3-21-13

    Today we had our monthly "Doe Chip Drop" and advisory challenge. The middle school students filled half of a new tube and were introduced to the new "blue and gold levels" system. The new system will begin on Monday. Ask your student about this.

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  • Busy Week - 9/10- 9/14

    Student advisories came together this week for the monthly chip drop in the cafeteria. They were met with a team challenge to start things off. This month's team challenge was a lemon eating relay race. Mrs. Sobitzer's advisory group won this challenge and the winners plaque will be placed in her room for the month of September.
    The collection tube for the doe chips is half full at this time. …

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  • Year 2 PBIS


    Welcome Back!!
    " As walking around at the beginning of the school year I was impressed by how well behaved and responsible our middle school students were. I think we all feel that PBIS has become part of the school culture and I am looking forward to a great year." Milt Doda Vice Principal

    We have started the year by reviewing and updating the school wide expectations with the students. …

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  • What is PBiS ?

    PBiS refers to a process of change for an entire school or district. The central theme is teaching behavioral expectations in the same manner as a core subject. The school is focusing on three behavioral expectations that are positively stated and easy to remember. In other words, instead of telling students what not to do, we are focusing on the desired behaviors.Blue Mountain Union School’s …

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  • Update February 15

    Posted by Kate Lester on 2/20/2012 6:15:00 PM
     The students had their weekly "Doe Drop" and filled another tube.  Students were rewarded with an extra recess, cookies for snack and five lucky names were drawn to receive a pail of extra goodies (including pens, pencils, and free  passes for: go to the head of the lunch line, be late for one class, and one free homework pass!).

    There was also a competition between the fifth and sixth graders to see who could collect more chips in one month's time.  If the fifth grade won then Ms.Lester would have to wear a Red Sox outfit to school and if the sixth grade won then Mr. Doda would have to wear a tutu  to school.  Both classes worked together and put all their chips in the sixth grade bucket.   Be on the look out for our Assistant Principal to wearing a tutu soon!

    The Golden Plunger this week went to Mrs. Fadden. Congratulations! 
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