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Check out our #HourOfCode Video!https://gopro.com/v/NllO31Xggq......
All BCMS scholars participated in #HourOfCode yesterday. Check out the BCMS Facebook page for lots of pictures from the event! If you are interested in coding, check out the SMORE from our #HourOfCode ......
Boys & Girls Basketball vs. Langston Chapel (Home)
Boys & Girls Basketball vs. Claxton (Away)
Boys & Girls Basketball vs. Toombs (Home/8th Grade Night)
Boys & Girls Basketball vs. N. Tattnall (Away)
It is important to prevent harm to youth and young adults from e-cigarettes. We know enough to take action now to protect the health of our young people. Everyone has a role, including parents, health care providers, teachers, and others who work with and care about young people.
Please check out these resources and talk with your child today.
Bryan County Schools will be open tomorrow - Friday, October 12th. We look forward to seeing our students and staff for another great day!
The safety of our students and staff continues to be our highest priority as we make decisions regarding the weather. In our most recent interaction with Bryan County Emergency Services and National Weather Service regarding Hurricane Michael, we learned there is still a possibility of strong winds impacting our area late tonight and all day tomorrow. Considering this most recent update, we do not want to take a risk with student and/or staff safety.
As a result, Bryan County Schools will be closed tomorrow for all students and staff. Also, all extracurricular activities are cancelled for Thursday.
Whenever we make a determination about cancelling school and closing our district, Bryan County School District officials spend hours studying as much quality information as possible prior to making this determination. Particularly in the case of making a future decision based on projections and predictions, it is important that we study as much information as is available to us. It is also important to remember that making decisions based on weather predictions can be a very difficult call. Even though we understand that tomorrow’s weather could turn out very differently than we have been advised at this point, we feel that closing the district tomorrow is in everyone’s best interest.
Also, based on the most current information we have right now regarding Hurricane Michael, we do plan for the district to reopen on Friday. Again, we understand the track of this hurricane could change at any minute and require us to remain closed on Friday. Therefore, it is very important for you to pay attention to our multiple notification systems for any required updates on the circumstances.
We hope all of our students, staff, parents and the entire Bryan County community remain safe as Hurricane Michael passes through our area. Our thoughts go out to the schools, students, staff and parents in the Florida panhandle and south Georgia.
Bryan County School District officials continue to work directly with Bryan County Emergency Services and National Weather Service to monitor Hurricane Michael. The safety of our students and staff continues to be our highest priority as we make decisions regarding the weather. We have a scheduled conference call/webinar with the National Weather Service late this morning and afterwards will be consulting with Bryan County Emergency Services regarding the information that was shared. As a result, we hope to make a determination by early this afternoon about having school on Thursday. We wish our students and staff a wonderful day of learning today and appreciate your continued support!