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Congratulations to Ella Davis for hitting her first over-the-fence home run during last week’s home softball game. Great job, Lady Bronchos!

Last Wednesday in FLEX I talked to our middle schoolers about the role they play in protecting themselves form the "dangers" of technology.

Last Wednesday in FLEX I shared the "Family Technology Rules" with your children and explained to them the importance of appreciating the technology they are allowed to use and using it responsibly.

8th grade football players Mitchell Pace and Skyler Haney celebrate after scoring the first touchdown of the season during last night’s game against the Newcastle Racers. Football is coached by Ron Williams and assistants.

Last Wednesday in FLEX I talked about the importance of considering our words before we speak them.

Members of the Bethany high school and middle school cross country teams took part in a run-a-thon fundraiser to benefit a Deer Creek cross country runner, injured in a motorcycle accident last week. Cross country is coached by Zac Coulson, Bethany Stayton, Erin Wright, and Bryan Pennock.

Each Wednesday our MS students come to the PAC (Performing Arts Center) as a grade level to take part in a 30-minute instructional session where I talk about upcoming events.

New middle school principal Mrs. Kiley Donley prepares to greet students on the first morning of school. Balloon bouquets and lawn decorations were provided by parents and PTO, who also provided a back-to-school breakfast for teachers and staff during professional development days.
We appreciate our PTO!

I am so excited about how successfully we kicked off this school year.

8th grade students who completed the libraries spring “7 in 15” reading challenge were treated to lunch at Vast restaurant last week with Media Specialist Mari Pace and Media Assistant Darcey Gillespie.

Congratulations to the cast and crew of this year’s All-School Musical, Bye Bye Birdie, including
the “Mayor”, Principal Keoppel!

To celebrate the completion of a year’s work on the 2022 BMS Yearbook and spring supplement, staff members spent an afternoon at Incredible Pizza.

In last week's FLEX lesson, I talked to students about how their brains are entering a new phase of development that won't end until they reach their mid-to-late twenties. I explained that this isn't an excuse for them to get away with all the crazy things, but it is information that they should know about their own developing ability to control impulses, plan ahead, and act with empathy.

Congratulations, Freshman Class Officers!

Sixth grade students in Mrs. Waltz’s Western Geography classes practiced reading road maps, and observed the 150th birthday of Yellowstone, last week.

Congratulations to both the boys and girls soccer teams for their wins in the Weatherford tournament this past Friday and Saturday. The girls beat Santa Fe South and Altus to win the consolation bracket, and the boys put up three wins in a row against Clinton, Santa Fe South, and Woodward to win tournament champs! Great job, Bronchos! Middle school soccer is coached by Coaches Keegan and Heather Radichel.
(photos provided by parents)

Last week's FLEX lesson continued our introduction to career choices.

The 2022 BMS yearbook staff enjoys a class reward day of snacks and games after completing the 136-page yearbook at final deadline last week. Work now begins on the spring supplement for the book, showcasing spring sports, fine arts, and cancer fund drive week.

In last week's FLEX lesson, I talked about very important character trait -- Integrity.

Boys’ and girls’ soccer teams opened their seasons by hosting the Piedmont Wildcats in the first home game of the year. Tonight’s games at OCS in Edmond have been canceled due to weather.

In our FLEX lesson last week we talked about Empathy. I explained to students what Empathy is and what it is not.

Judson Gilliland, eighth grade, takes the opening pitch of this year’s baseball season against the OKC Broncos. The varsity team won both games in this double-header. Baseball has an exciting season planned, please come out and support your Bronchos!

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Congratulations to the middle school show choir for receiving all superior ratings at the Duncan show choir contest last week. Additionally, they were awarded Best in Class! Great job, Bronchos! Show choir is directed by Mrs. Steveanne Bielich with assistance from Mrs. Christine Wagner
and Mr. Mark Cain. // photo provided by M. Thanscheidt

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