The dynamic experience included guest speakers Jeffrey Dean and Deborah King, as well as testimonies from several teens, both local and from other regions. Jeffrey Dean hosted a panel discussion with three local young men. The men were asked previously recorded questions that the young ladies attending wanted to know. An elegant dinner was served next. Each young lady was seated by a gentleman before the delicious meal began. The meal included a full course dinner where they were given step by step table etiquette procedures.
This was an afternoon full of fun, lessons to live by, and activities that reinforced the idea that each girl is beautiful, unique, and has a purpose.
Learning to speak Spanish is one of the goals of a first year Spanish student. To reinforce vocabulary and speaking and listening skills, Mr. Domasig’s Spanish I classes play “Quien tiene?”
The first person asks “quién tiene (some word in Spanish)? The person who has that word in English then says "yo tengo (corresponding word in English),” then they ask "Quién tiene (a different vocabulary word in Spanish). The game is played all the way through until the first person answers the last "quién tiene?" question by answering "yo tengo (word in English).”
Mr. Domasig also times the game to see which of his classes finish in the best time.
BMS Bell Schedule
Period 1 8:00 – 8:50
Period 2 8:55 – 9:45
Advisory 9:50 – 10:20
Period 3 10:25 – 11:15
Period 4 11:20 – 12:15
Lunch 12:15 – 12:45
Period 5 12:50 – 1:40
Period 6 1:45 – 2:35
Period 7 2:40 – 3:30
The Boyd Middle School journalism class has collected hundreds of volleyball, football and cheerleading photos. The class is selling CDs of action shots for $3. Parents or students may order seventh-grade football, eighth-grade football, cheerleading or volleyball CDs from Mrs. Bourgeois. CDs will be made after the fall sports seasons are over.