- Brogden Middle
- Brogden Weekly Updates 2022-2023
⦿ BROGDEN WEEKLY MAY 8 - MAY 12 | BROGDEN SEMANAL 8 DE MAYO - 12 DE MAYO
Teacher Appreciation Week
This week is Teacher Appreciation Week! We appreciate all of the dedication our teachers show to our students all year long. Let’s all take a moment this week to show our teachers how much they are appreciated!
Wednesday, May 10th
Track & Field Championship @ Durham County Stadium (3:00 pm)
BMS Food Pantry
Does your family need help with food? Brogden has partnered with Inter-Faith Food Shuttle to provide families with food support. If you would like to pick up food from Brogden on Wednesday, May 17th 8:30am - 9:30am, please text Rachael Norris, School Social Worker (336-575-0207). Food will be given out until it is gone.
BMS will be hosting a career fair for students Friday, May 12th. All students will have an opportunity to participate in the career fair during their elective classes.
We recently administered end-of-year benchmark assessments at Brogden Middle School. As a school team, we have analyzed the data from these assessments and have put a plan in place to assist your student prior to our EOG tests. Beginning Monday, May, 8th targeted students will receive additional support in all EOG/EOC subject areas.
In order to reach the needs of our students, we have had to make adjustments to some of our students’ schedules. School administrators met with all students who will be impacted and sent home a letter on Friday. We are asking that you help us to encourage your child to attend their remediation sessions and put forth their best effort. We want to ensure that our students are prepared to be successful when taking their EOG/EOC tests. Thank you for your continued support.
We will begin taking our EOG/EOC tests the week after Memorial Day. If any student does not reach proficiency on their EOG tests at the end of the school year, they will need to attend the Take 2 program at BMS. Take 2 consists of remediation and an opportunity for students to retake their assessments. The dates of the program are Monday, June 12th - Friday, June 16th. The first day of Take 2 will consist of remediation only. Testing will begin on Tuesday, June 13th. Transportation will be provided for all students.
Summer CDM Information
Credit by Demonstrated Mastery is a two-phase process by which students can earn credit for a course by demonstrating a deep understanding and mastery of application of the content standards prior to taking the class. Students who successfully complete CDM will receive a pass/fail grade and course credit. Before applying, all interested students must meet with their school counselor to review the CDM process and course progression. Testing Window is July 19th - July 31st exact testing dates will be shared with participants. For more information, please see the flyer linked below.
Summer CDM Testing Flyer