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  • Good evening Cougar Families, this is your principal, Marie Laboy. There is no school for students tomorrow so our teachers can attend professional development sessions as part of their continuous learning!
    That means TUESDAY is the first day of the second quarter. Students should take the opportunity to check backpacks, notebooks, get school supplies organized- get ready to start the quarter strong!

    Soccer and Volleyball tryouts begin Tuesday, and of course you know by now that in order to try out, students must have passed 5 classes including ALL CORE classes, have the physical and concussion form on file BEFORE being allowed at tryouts.

    Our Parent Advisory Committee meets this Wednesday. If you have ideas to share, please email them to me and we'll add them to our agenda.

    As I've been mentioning, some of our students have been less than kind to others and making poor choices at school. Bullying hurts everyone. Disrespect hurts everyone. Destruction of school property hurts everyone. Let our kids know what school is for and how they need to behave to be successful! We ask your support in reviewing both your and our expectations for behavior and citizenship.

    Thank you, and have a great week!

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  • Girls interested in trying out for volleyball, please complete the attached form.  Volleyball Tryouts

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  • Picture Day is THIS FRIDAY, September 24th.  Both school pictures and athletic team pictures will be taken at this time!!

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    This week we welcomed our new assistant principal, Mr. Benjamin Thomas. Mr. Thomas joins us from North Brunswick High School. We are sure happy to have him with us!

    7th grade vaccines and new enrollment documents are due by Tuesday 9/21, so if you have a student in need of vaccines, please make sure they are turned in by Tuesday.

    Look for tickets this week for a quacktastic way you can support the PTA school fundraiser, Cougar Duck Dash. The bigger the support, the bigger the awards! There are levels for prizes to be earned by students. The top selling homeroom for each grade level will win a Chic fit la lunch. Don’t miss this fun event and plan to watch the race LIVE!

    Soccer is home tomorrow (Smithfield Park) and away Thursday. Bring a chair since there aren't any bleachers. Football is at Cedar Grove on Tuesday, and Cross Country has a meet Wednesday at Town Creek. All tickets are $4.00 and can be purchased through the GoFan.com app or cash at the door. Please try to bring $4. exactly to keep our change making to a minimum!

    We've had vandalism of our bathrooms this past week, and of our cougar benches around the building, as well as some students misbehaving on the bus. This is extremely disappointing. There is no instructional time to lose, and inappropriate behavior impacts all of us. Please have a conversation about appropriate behavior at school and on the bus.

     

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  • Good evening Cougar Family, this is your principal, Marie Laboy.
    We will hit the ground running tomorrow with progress reports going home. Please review the report with your student, sign it, and send it back on Tuesday. It's a great time to check your access to the PowerSchool Parent Portal, where you can keep up with your student's progress daily!!
    Girls soccer plays at Cedar Grove tomorrow, Town Creek Middle on Wednesday, and home against Waccamaw on Thursday.
    Football is away against Town Creek on Tuesday.
    Cross Country runs at West Brunswick High School On Wednesday.
    Our Parent Advisory Council meets Wednesday at 3:30. Contact Mr. Thad Cable or me with any concerns you'd like us to address!

    That's it for now, except for the most important part- we want to keep our students safe, so masks are mandatory at all times in the building, and we want to keep them learning, so we expect our students to fully engage in their schoolwork. There is NO time to waste!

    Have a great night, and I hope to see you all soon!

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  • Good evening Cougar Families,  this is your principal, Marie Laboy.  I hope you all enjoyed this beautiful 3 day weekend!

     

    THIS week is SPIRIT Week as we begin our first home games.  Cross Country runs Wednesday at Leland Pak. Tuesday girls soccer plays at Smithfield park at 4:00.  All our home soccer games will be at Smithfield Park until our field is in better condition. Thursday they play at Town Creek Middle.   Our first football game is Wednesday at the SBHS football field, at 4:00. All students need to go home and then return from home for sporting events.  They cannot just walk to the high school and wait for a game. There is an entrance fee of $4.00 cash or on  the GoFan app for sporting events.

     

    Back to Spirit Week:   tomorrow is TWIN day, Wednesday- rock School Spirit by wearing your Cougar shirts or blue, Thursday is Decade Day, and Friday- dress as your favorite sports team or movie character (all within dress code of course!!

     

    The Brunswick County health department will be at South Brunswick Middle School on 9/9/21 to administer the required immunizations for 7th grade to those students with completed parent permission forms.  These include Tdap and Meningococcal vaccine. The optional HPV vaccine will also be offered.  All forms need to be turned into the school by 9/8/21. For any questions please contact your school nurse at mpittman@bcswan.net. 

     

    Progress reports are being sent every 3 weeks, with the first one going home this Friday.  We don’t have many grades to report yet, but we want to keep you updated.  If you have not come to claim your Parent Portal password for PowerSchool, please stop by school with a photo id so we can make sure you have access to your child’s progress.  

     

    And finally, student safety is our first priority. 

    • Masks are non-negotiables.  Anyone entering our building must wear a mask inside.
    • Parent drop off and pick up are in the car rider line only.  Students should not walk between the middle and high school to meet rides, nor are students to be picked up in the staff parking lot.  
    • A photo ID is required to check out a student during the school day.
    • Physical, verbal or electronic bullying is NEVER ok. 
    • Cell phones must be off and in the backpack during the school day.  

    Your willingness to support school and county policy shows respect for your child’s education.

     

    Thank you all, and we hope to see you soon!



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  • Our School Improvemtn Plan can be accessed at: 

    www.Indistar.org

    GuestS15320   PW GuestS15320

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  •  Parents, please complete the acknowledgement form of the Chromebook Initiative and technology policies.

    Chromebook Acknowledgment Link

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  • Things to plan for:

    Sports- if you want to try out for sports, you need a sports physical and a review of the concussion protocol form BEFORE tryouts.  Sports physical forms can be found on the BCS webpage, Departments:  Athletics.  Summer is a great time to take care of this.

     

    Immunizations: Make sure your immunizations are up to date.  

    Attention all 6th grade parents.  Please make sure to go ahead and make appointments for the two vaccines required for 7th grade.

    These vaccines will be due no later than the first 30 days of next school year.  If you have questions whether your 6th grade student has received these vaccines please contact our school nurse.

     

    Tdap - Tetanus, Diptheria, and Pertussis (Whooping Cough)

    Booster dose of Tdap for individuals who have not previously received it and are entering 7th grade or by 12 years of age, whichever comes first.

     

    MCV - Meningococcal Conjugate Vacine (2 doses)

    One dose for individuals entering 7th grade or by 12 years of age, whichever comes first. 

     

    What Else?

    Students need to bring a  water bottle with a twist on top.  We no longer have drinking fountains, only bottle filling stations

     

     

     

    Earbuds or headphones for use when needed IN CLASS only! :)

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  • Career Development in Middle School - a letter to parents

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  • TSI Letter to Families

     en Español

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Welcome to South Brunswick Middle School!

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    Welcome to the SBMS family!

    On behalf of our faculty, I want to welcome all our students and families to the new school year.  We have had a great start to the school year, and are already working hard in our classes.  

    We have a full sports schedule right now, with Football, Cheer, Cross Country, and Girls Soccer seasons underway. Don't forget that students wanting to try out for a sport must have a sports physical and a completed concussion form to attned tryouts.   Each coach will hold a parent meeting before the first game. 

    Everyone will start the year wearing masks in the building.  Please make sure to emphasize that this is NOT an option.  We want all our students and staff to remain safe and healthy.

    Students need to bring a water bottle with a twist on top to school each day. All drinking fountains have been replaced with bottle filling stations 

    This year we will assign some of our students to a math or reading elective based on the student data we have.  So, although students are assigned electives at the beginning of the year, one of the electives may change after beginning of the year assessments.   This is so that our students have the support they need to be successful in their learning. If you have any questions, feel free to contact me at mlaboy@bcswan.net

    I love seeing all our students each morning!

    Cougar hugs,

    Marie Laboy, your Cougar Principal

     

     

    SBMS VISION

    The vision of SBMS is to create a nurturing learning community that empowers all students to be lifelong learners by supporting their academic, emotional, and social development so they can compete and contribute in a global society.

    SBMS MISSION STATEMENT
    SBMS will continue to create a safe, productive learning environment that enables each individual to reach his or her greatest potential through ample opportunities to excel.

     To achieve this mission students will:

    • Be accountable
    • Be prepared
    • Be respectful 
    • Be compassionate
    • Be self-motivated

     As a dedicated middle school staff we will:

    • Be accountable
    • Be prepared
    • Be respectful and compassionate
    • Be intentional with rigorous instruction 
    • Be engaged with family and community

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