Thank you for your attention to this matter.
It is important to know that students in 8th grade and below MUST be accompanied into the home football games with an adult and remain at the game with the adult for the entire time. This applies for both Baker County High School and Baker County Middle School football games.
BOYS basketball tryouts will be Monday-Tuesday Oct. 20-21 from 4:15-6:15 and Wednesday October 22 from 2:15-4:15. No tryouts on Thursday, October 23. Any questions please see Coach Lewis.
You must have an updated FHSAA physical packet on file with Ms. Cassidy in order to tryout. If you aren't sure if it has expired please see her as soon as possible.
Youth Power is a prevention club dedicated to educating about drug abuse, learning leadership skills and character building.
Congratulations to all of our Athletic Teams on their seasons this year. We look forward to another successful year in 2014-15.
For any student who may want to try out for a sports team next year please remember that in order to be eligible to participate you must maintain a 2.0 GPA AND have an FHSAA Athletic Physical packet completed and turned in to Ms. Cassidy prior to tryouts. This packet can either be picked up from the front office or can be printed from the school website.
If you print the athletic packet from the website ("Printable Forms" link in the left navigation panel) please be sure to download ALL pages and have it completed including being notarized before returning it to school.
Thank you for all of your support to BCMS and the athletic programs,
Anne Cassidy, BCMS Athletic Director
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Career Specialist, Emily Clevenger, works closely with Florida Gateway College in Lake City to increase Baker County students’ school to college transition. She is very excited to announce that Career Pathways Specialist, Pam Murawski from FGC presented all 8th graders information about the job market and available programs taking less than two years of training to complete such as logistics, cosmetology, business, welding, lawn care, and health care careers such as LPN, RN and CNAs. Students were encouraged to take advantages of programs at the high school such as the logistics classes, mechanics, business academy, and health academy.
Your support by sending in your labels is making a difference. If you are new to our school or new to clipping labels remember to send in:
Box Tops for Education and My Coke Rewards when you buy your family’s groceries. Just clip off the required labels when you get home and send them by your child to his/her first period teacher. We have a contest every month to see which first period class turns in the most labels or bottle caps. The winning class receives a traveling trophy, and the students in the class who participated get to celebrate with a party. Any teacher of a class that brings in over 500 labels gets to choose reward items to use in class.