Bernard C. Campbell Middle School

Bernard C. Campbell Middle School

  • Meet The Teacher

    Hello Mustang Families,

    We want to thank all of the families for helping our students get
    off to a great start. We know there were bumps in the road, but
    yesterday saw students and teachers connecting to start our 2020-2021
    School Year. We would like you to meet some of the people responsible
    for making up a part of the Mustang Nation. The teachers have a slide
    (and video) with their contact information and back to school
    information. We hope you enjoy getting to know your student’s teachers. Click here to see our Virtual Meet the Teacher slideshow: LINK

    *The interactive slides may take a moment to load as we have
    several in the preview.

    Thank you for sharing the best part of Mustang Nation with us…
    your kids! We look forward to a great school year.

    Mustang Admin

  • Reopening Plans

    In a special session August 25, the Board of Education voted to implement the Health Department’s recommendation for grades 4-12. The district will start school on Sept. 8 in the following ways:

    For families who have chosen the “in-person” learning track:
    Grades PreK-3: Students begin school five days a week. (Pre-K students report four days a week as usual.)

    Grades 4-12: Students in grades 4-12 will begin school in a virtual model until Jackson County determines that the community is no longer in significant community spread, upon which students will transition to a hybrid model. Public health criteria will be evaluated on a weekly basis to determine when it would be best for this transition to occur. In a hybrid model, Group A would be last names beginning with A-K and Group B would be L-Z. Students at the same address would be grouped by the last name of the oldest child.

    For families who have chosen the R-7 Online Academy option:
    Classes for all grades will begin as anticipated on Sept. 8 and continue through the LSR7’s first semester, which ends Jan. 21, 2021.

    Thank you in advance for your cooperation and support as we prepare to start an unprecedented school year. We will be in contact with additional information about the school year prior to our first day of school on Sept. 8.
  • Curbside Meal Pickup

    Beginning Wed., Sept. 9 we will be offering curbside meal sites for students 18 and under not attending school in person. The sites include: Prairie View, Meadow Lane, Lee’s Summit Elementary, Westview, Mason, Summit Lakes Middle, Pleasant Lea Middle, Bernard Campbell Middle and Lee’s Summit High School. Meals will be provided on Mondays and Wednesdays from noon-1 pm at all locations and again from 5-6 pm at Lee’s Summit High. More information will be coming on pick up locations at each site.
     
    Monday: (Breakfast for Tuesday and Wednesday/Lunch for Monday and Tuesday)
    Wednesday: (Breakfast for Thursday, Friday and Monday/Lunch for Wednesday, Thursday and Friday)
     
    Students do not have to be present to pick up meals, no identification is required and families may pick up for other families. We are asking that you sign up for a pick up location so we can estimate our needs at each site. If you have not received an email with the link for our order form, please use the following: Google Form
     
    Even though all students will be eating free due to extended waivers, we encourage all parents to reapply for Free/Reduced benefits for the 2020-2021 school year. We want everyone to be approved and ready when the waivers end on December 31, 2020. If you have been affected by the pandemic, are receiving unemployment benefits or if you income has decreased, please fill out an application. The application is available at the following link: https://www.myschoolapps.com/Application
  • Counseling Center

    New Important Resource for Help: Please check out our LSR7 Community Resource Guide for guidance and contacts available here (cut and paste please) http://lsr7.org/wp-content/uploads/LS-R-7-Community-Resource-Guide

    Natalie Holder (last names A-D)
    Colleen Schieber (last names E-M)
    Sheryl Fender (last names N-Z)

  • Important Dates and Information
  • Meet The Teacher
  • Reopening Plans
  • Curbside Meal Pickup
  • Counseling Center

Help us Highlight Your Mustang

This is our chance to showcase the amazing things that our Campbell Mustangs do even when we don’t get to have them with us. This could be music, art, community service, sports, etc. If you have something to share, please fill out this Google Form.

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BCMS Newsletter

Please see the following link for our latest newsletter: BCMS Newsletter Sept. 18  

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Having technical difficulties?

Check out a one-stop tipsheet for all things related to tech: HERE

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Celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month

In honor of Hispanic Heritage Month, celebrated every year from September 15 to October 15, PBS LearningMedia have gathered free educational resources for teachers, parents and students. Explore the experiences, culture, and contributions of Hispanic Americans who have shaped Latino—and American—history HERE.

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PTSA Needs Your Help

There are two open spots on the BCMS PTSA board. They need volunteers to help with 2nd Vice President – Membership and Reflections, and with the Secretary/Hospitality position. If you are interested, please contact Melanie Hutchinson at melanie.hutchinson@lsr7.net.

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Bernard Campbell is in District 3, north east of Downtown Lee's Summit.