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Each year we celebrate Red Ribbon Week in our schools by making posters, wearing ribbons, reciting pledges, and giving prizes. Hopefully, the real message isn’t lost in all of the hype.

The 2021 BMS Yearbook Staff took a field trip last Wednesday to walk at Bluff Creek Trails, practice photography, and have lunch. Yearbook staff is hard at work preparing the 2021 book for all students to enjoy.

As a parent the things you say and do have a tremendous influence on the decisions your child makes, especially when it comes to the use of drugs and alcohol.

Bethany Middle School hosted the Tecumseh Savages for a night of football at the SNU stadium on Tuesday. Seen here, Charlie Tolle is running into the end zone for a touchdown during the 8th grade game. Go, Bronchos!

If you're experiencing frustration with the alien that used to be your sweet son or daughter, the information provided in this article will at least give you the reassurance that the behavior is normal, expected, and unavoidable.

Congratulations to the Bethany Middle School softball team for bringing home gold in this weekend's end of season tournament. The Lady Bronchos dominated in pool play beating Anadarko 13-1, Woodward 10-1 and Clinton 15-0 on Friday. Going 3 and 0 in pool play earned the Bronchos a spot in the championship game on Saturday. The team continued their streak beating El Reno 10 to 3 in the championship game. Congratulations on a great season ladies!

Respect is defined as a deep feeling of admiration for someone or something elicited by their abilities or achievements. Here at BMS we value Respect.

This week’s FLEX lesson for our MS students will discuss what gossiping is and how harmful it can be to someone’s feelings and reputation. I’ll explain some reasons why people spread gossip, including being jealous, wanting to impress others, and wanting to make themselves look good by making someone else look bad, and
I’ll inform students that research shows us that students who participate in the gossiping struggle with low self-esteem.

The cross-country team competed Saturday at the 2020 Oklahoma Baptist University Invitational. The boys' team placed 4th as a team, and six of seven of the girls running set personal records. Special congratulations to Ruslan Calderon, 8th grade, for finishing 2nd out of a field of 88 runners, and also Seth Greiner and Griffin Tarrant for breaking the top 25. Great job, Bronchos!

At BMS we take bullying seriously. We want all of our students to be empowered with the knowledge of what bullying is and what to do if they or someone they know is being bullied.

It’s hard to keep technology under control in today’s world. We all feel like we’re barely keeping up, and technology becomes just one more area where we’re not being the kind of parents we think we should be.

"Members of the Bethany Band Program are allowed to join the high school marching band beginning in the eighth grade. Marching band members take part in performing at football games, basketball games, and in various street marching and field marching competitions throughout the season. Eighth-grader, Noah M is shown here at the opening performance of the year when the Bethany Bronchos football team hosted the Jones Longhorns."

Bethany Superintendent of Schools, Drew Eichelberger, provides an update of BPS's Return to Learn Plan based on the OSDH color code system.

August 31st, 2020 Issue of BMS Hoofbeats!

This issue deals with areas and guidelines for success as well as students of the month.

Check out the latest edition of BMS Hoofbeats! This Back-to-School edition is jammed packed with information about all the happenings at BMS!

Welcome Back Bronchos! A special welcome presentation from Mr. Keoppel and Mrs. Williford at the Middle School! This presentation highlights some of the new back to school procedures as well as recent changes to school policies and the student handbook.

During a special school board meeting on Thursday, August 6th, the Bethany Public Schools Board of Education voted to change the start date of School to Thursday, August 20th as well as start school with an A/B Schedule in both the Middle and High Schools.

Welcome to Bethany Middle School!

Bethany Middle School announces back to school plans as part of the District "Return to Learn" framework. Please consider these plans as a "work in progress" and please contact the site or district office for more information.

The Bethany Difference

  • Ranked School District (niche.com)

    3rd

  • Students Served

    1702

  • National Blue Ribbon Awards

    2

  • 2020 Scholarship Dollars

    $2,047,951

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