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Fifth grade parents invited to BMS transition program


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Bandera Middle School annually sponsors a Cowboy Breakfast for the Community. Here Principal Donald Tosh at left and BMS School Nurse Toni Serene at right, show their cowboy spirit. This year’s Cowboy Breakfast will be on Wednesday, March 9, during Texas Public Schools Week.

On Monday, Feb. 22, Bandera Middle School will begin the process of readying Alkek and Hill Country fifth graders to transition to the Middle School in the fall 2016. The fifth graders will receive a visit from Middle School representatives on Monday, Feb. 22 and that evening, Bandera Middle School will present an informational program for parents at 6 pm in the cafeteria. Students will receive their course choice sheets that day to take home to their parents. The Bandera Middle School Band and Choir will provide entertainment.
At the presentation that evening, parents will have a chance to pick up a choice sheet, ask questions and be informed about what Bandera Middle School offers academically. BMS administrators, Donald Tosh and Dayle Heiner, as well as Counselor Keri Irvin will be on hand to answer questions. For more information, please contact Tosh at Bandera Middle School at 830-796-6270 or at dtosh@banderaisd.net.