Quick Links for Parents
Weekly Message from BDMS
Hello Students and Parents,
Please review this week's updates from BDMS by clicking on the link below.
We would like you to protect yourself and your family against all flu viruses. Here are some ways to stop the spread of germs and sickness. Please click here for some flu information and helpful tips. Flu Information 2014
REACH Prevention Specialist
The REACH Prevention Specialist is on site to help students in the following areas;
For more information please click here
STUDENT ACCOUNTABILITY REPORT CARDS
This Thursday (October 30th) will be a free dress day (students still need to abide by the district's dress code policy). NO costumes allowed at school.
This Friday (October 31st) we will be back to uniforms. NO costumes allowed at school.
BDMS Well Represented @ Board Meeting 09.10.2014
On Tuesday, November 18th BDMS will be holding a Pathway presentation for parents and eighth grade students. It will take place in our theater and will begin at 6:00 p.m. For more information please click here Pathways Information
Procedures for Classroom Visits
Due to a recent incident on campus involving some adults, we feel the need to tighten our policy for adults/parents visiting on campus. Please click here to read our new Procedures for Classroom Visits.docx
BDMS Cafeteria Corner
Starting next week, the Cafeteria will be awarding “Diamond Express Lunch Passes.” Students who earn this pass will be entitled to get in front of the lunch line! It is so easy to earn the pass – show respect and kindness, observe cafeteria rules, and just be on your best behavior! Everyday, only 5 passes will be given per grade. Be a good Miner and get ahead!
Quick Links for Staff
Black Diamond Middle School Mission
Black Diamond Middle School has a unique school culture that embraces
The six pillars of character: respect, caring, fairness, trustworthiness, responsibility, citizenship
We are a place that values diversity, where students are active participants and feel a sense of belonging and pride. Miners learn to be responsible for the success for themselves and others.
Students understand the importance of learning and have a desire to achieve to the best of their ability. They receive support in their academic endeavors and learn to be critical thinkers.
We prepare students for success in high school, college, careers, and to make positive contributions to society.
Miners are well-rounded individuals with opportunities to develop their bodies and minds through sports, clubs, electives, and other extra-curricular activities.