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RELAY FOR LIFE FUN-RAISER *

FEBRUARY 13TH - 23RD

 

HOPE the OCTUPUS has been chosen as our RELAY FOR LIFE student body MASCOT. Hope will be used to raise both awareness and financial support. Vested in the need to INSPIRE, MOTIVATE and SPREAD HOPE to those FIGHTING CANCER. Daily Prizes and a Grand Prize will be awarded, while focusing on the real winners - those who will benefit from our donations: 

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student with fatal vision goggles in too good for drugs education program Goggles Show Dangers of Drugs and Alcohol

Fifth Graders at Center Intermediate School each took a turn trying on a pair of  “Fatal Vision Goggles” as part of the district’s ‘Too Good for Drugs Program.’  The Goggles mimic the altered perceptions people experience when using drugs or alcohol.

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WE NEED YOUR SUPPORT [YEAR ROUND]

The Last Box Top CONTEST  ENDS on FEBRUARY 23, 2018.  The winning homerooms will have a chance to compete in the BOX TOP BUBBLE GAME.  Two winning homerooms for 5th & 6th Grade!

All Box Tops must be turned in on a box top collection sheet.  You can get a collection sheet in the office or print: Linked PDF Form

 

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CONNIE STEWART * NEWEST MEMBER OF BCIS 

 

I have been a NURSE for 32 years and love taking care of the students and staff.  I have been married 33 years and have three grown children.  I have a 2 year old dog at home and love to spend time riding my bike with her.

choir members sing a Disney tune Celebration of the Arts "A Great Success"

People are still talking about the Celebration of Arts 100 year event!  January 20th at the BPAC was a fun-filled and fantastic evening and the turnout was incredible. Thanks to all who helped organize, volunteered their time, performed, or provided artwork. 

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2ND NINE WEEKS EXCELLENCE:

5th Grade: High Honors (As)

5th Grade: Honors (As & Bs)

6th Grade: High Honors (As)

6th Grade: Honors (As & Bs)

SPELLING BEE CHAMPIONS

 

 

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warm clothes

If you would like to HELP those in NEED, please bring in the following: New Coats, New Hats, New Scarves, New Ear Muffs, New Beanies and/or New Winter Boots starting January 2, 2018.

Parents and Teachers

PTA MEETING * FEBRUARY 7th

YOU ARE INVITED! 6:30 PM - 8:00 PM

SMALL AUDITORIUM

 

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CAMP FITCH TRIP * FEBRUARY 2018

This year the 6th-grade students will be able to take part in an OUTDOOR EDUCATION PROGRAM at Camp Fitch.  This experience will be supervised by volunteering parents and teachers from BCIS.  We will tentatively have two sessions for camp this year: February 26th - 28th and February 28th - March 2nd.  Please click the following link for more details: https://sites.google.com/access.k12.oh.us/bciscampfitch/home

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SPANISH CLASS * OCTOBER 17th  [21 WEEKS]  

Senora Maldonado will be instructing our students in SPEAKING, READING & WRITING ESPANOL in an informal atmosphere utilizing familiar games and activities.  The class meets on TUESDAYS for one hour [3:45PM-4:45PM]If interested, please send an email to amespanishclass@gmail.com [$145].

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Principal's Message

Randall Ebie

I would like to extend a cordial welcome to all Boardman Center Intermediate students and their families as we begin another school year.

The primary purpose of our school is to enforce the belief that each student has a right to educational opportunities of a quality caliber, which will develop their potential as individuals and citizens in a democratic society.  It is our firm belief that education must be efficient and effectively conducted in a humane, disciplined, and safe teaching and learning environment to help each child develop a wholesome self-concept and a feeling of personal worth.

 

BCIS FOUNDATIONAL BOULDERS:

*  LOOK FOR THE BEST IN OTHERS

*  TREAT OTHERS THE WAY YOU WANT

    TO BE TREATED

*  CHOOSE POSITIVE INFLUENCES

*  SPEAK WORDS OF KINDNESS

*  FORGIVE YOURSELF AND OTHERS

 

It is our belief that the partnership between home and school plays an important role in nurturing the growth and development of each child, and in maintaining the tradition of academic excellence at Boardman Center Intermediate School.

 

Sincerely,

Randall Ebie

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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