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Learning for Life ~ Caring for Others ~ Doing the Right Thing ~ Together

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Students . . .

Welcome to two of the most exciting school years of your educational career! You will experience many changes as a middle school student. These changes will show through your physical, social, emotional and academic development. Sometimes these changes will be noticeable to you, sometimes not. Our job at BAMS is to help each of you manage these changes, and to help you grow in positive and healthy ways.

Our vision for all who work and learn at BAMS is the following:

LEARNING FOR LIFE

CARING FOR OTHERS

DOING THE RIGHT THING

TOGETHER

Our job is to help you in your desire to Learn, Care and Do the Right Thing. Our work is to help you be the best student you can be, to help you show care and respect for others, and to help you do the right thing as you learn to make good decisions and healthy choices. It is to help you treat others as you wish to be treated.

 

Meet the Principal

 

Mrs. ChriscoMrs. Chrisco

Mrs. Chrisco taught English to middle and high school students for 23 years, and now for the past 20 years, has been a middle level administrator—“…the best place in the world for an educator to be,” she says. Middle Level Education is incredibly important.  For many, many students, this is where they learn critical life skills they will take with them into their long futures. It is where they begin to explore and identify their interests and talents, and where they also begin to make life choices about healthy habits, career choices and lifelong learning. There is nowhere else Mrs. Chrisco would rather be than at BAMS. The students, staff and parents are truly phenomenal. more

Meet the Assistant

Principal

 

Ms. CurryMs. Curry

It is with great pleasure to be the Assistant Principal for the staff, students and families of the Brattleboro Area Middle School.  During my fourteen years as a Health educator at BAMS, I have been actively involved in the life of the school coaching, advising, chaperoning, and of course teaching our middle school students about safe and healthy living. more

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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