1000 Harrison St. LaPorte, IN 46350
Phone: 219-326-6930
Fax: 219-324-7108

Principal : Deborah Carter
Assistant Principal: Lisa Marks
Safe School Hotlines
  • coffee_5Builders Club hosted a Coffee with a Cop event. Students and officers enjoyed a breakfast together and officers were thanked for their work in our community.
  • coffee2_1Builders Club hosted a Coffee with a Cop event. Students and officers enjoyed a breakfast together and officers were thanked for their work in our community.
  • 2018-19 life skills class2018-2019 Life Skills Class
  • CC Viking InviteViking Invite Winners!
  • CC Culver InviteGirls' Cross Country Culver Invite participants.
  • boys8th grade visit to Oakwood Manor. Students and residents made fall wreaths and students got to learn about life way back when.
  • boys38th grade visit to Oakwood Manor. Students and residents made fall wreaths and students got to learn about life way back when.
  • boys28th grade visit to Oakwood Manor. Students and residents made fall wreaths and students got to learn about life way back when.
  • winning team8th grade tourney champions!
  • swamp stomp 26th grade swamp stomp
Mrs. Deborah Carter

Mrs. Deborah Carter
Principal
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Mrs. Lisa Marks

Mrs. Lisa Marks
Assistant Principal
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Welcome to Boston Middle School where we are committed to providing all students with learning opportunities that will allow them to develop their full potential and pursue excellence in a safe and positive environment. I’m looking forward to the opportunity to get to know the parents and the students through classrooms, athletics, academic teams, and musical activities. Please feel free to contact us at Boston Middle School with any questions, comments, or concerns.
Print this articleCelebrating Computer Science Education Week

Computer Science Education Week is December 3-9, 2018.  


 

Students will be participating in and learning about a variety of computer science related jobs and activities.  Some of the activities include:  ozobots, spheros, code.org, and Tynker.com!

Print this articleILEARN information

Please see the attached page for ILEARN information.

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Print this articleState Mandated Curriculum Consent

Parents, on July 1, 2018 the state passed Senate Bill 65 which requires parent consent to curriculum addressing human sexuality.  We have listed this information for you on Parent Access in Skyward.  Please log in to your Skyward account (contact the school if you have not set up an account), go to Parent Access and follow the link on the home page of Parent Access indicating that there is a new form that needs to be completed.  The form is available through the "Online Forms" tab on the left side of the Parent Access screen.  If you have more than one child, a form must be completed and submitted for each child.  Please do not hesitate to contact me personally at Boston or through email if you have any questions regarding Senate Bill 65.  

Deb Carter

Print this articleSchool Fees

The school fees for the 2018-2019 school year are as follows:

 

6th grade:  $244.00

7th grade:  $244.00

8th grade:  $255.00

 

Print this article2018-2019 Meal Prices

Breakfast:  $1.25

Lunch:  $2.05

2nd Lunch:  $2.30

Extra Milk:  $0.45

 

Print this article2018-2019 School Supply List

Here is the school supply list for the 2018-2019 school year:

 

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Print this articleNew Family Vacation Policy

If you are planning on taking your child out of school for 3 or more consecutive days for a vacation/trip, please see the attached policy.  

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Print this articleSubstance Abuse Resources

Please see the attached press release to find some valuable resources.

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Print this articleExtra Curricular Events Behavior Expectations
Print this articleBMS 2017-2018 Dress Code

Please read the dress code.  There have been a few changes that you may want to be aware of.

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Print this articleBMS School expectations
Expectations for Breakfast and Before/After School at BMS:
Breakfast:
  • Breakfast opens each school day at 7:25am
  • Students going to breakfast must purchase food.  You cannot bring food from
    home to eat in our cafeteria for breakfast.
  • Students eating breakfast must clean their table!
  • Students eating breakfast need to remember that no food or silverware can
    leave the lunchroom.  This includes bottled water.
  • Students eating breakfast cannot leave the cafeteria until the bell rings.
  • Students eating breakfast are not allowed to wear hats. 
  • When listening to headphones, please only use one earbud so you can hear
    supervisors in case of an emergency. 
  • Students not following breakfast rules, will not be allowed to eat breakfast
    in the cafeteria.
School Opens at 7:35am:
  • Students cannot enter the building prior to 7:35am unless you are going to
    breakfast or dropping off your instrument. 
  • If a student wants to see a teacher before school, you must have prior
    permission and pass from that teacher the day before.
  • You MUST ask a supervisor to enter school before 7:35am.  This
    includes students wishing to use the restroom, students visiting the office, and
    even students taking projects or items to a teacher.
  • When we have bad weather, students can enter the building early ONLY when a
    supervisor gives permission to do so. 
  • Prior to and after school, students are expected to stand on the sidewalk
    and pavement areas.  Please stay off the GRASS! 
  • Please remember that energy drinks, soda, and coffee drinks are not allowed
    on school property. 
  • Students who arrive at BMS prior to school cannot leave for the gas station
    or anywhere without permission.  Once you arrive...you need to stay.
School Ends at 2:35pm:
  • Students exiting the building at the end of the day need to be careful and
    not run.
  • Students outside the building MUST be waiting for a ride home.  You cannot
    "hang out" after school if you are waiting. 
  • Students need to Stay off the GRASS after school. 
    Please use the sidewalks. 
  • Students walking home need to be very careful in crossing a street.  Never
    run in front of cars or busses.  Please make sure you look both ways.
  • Students walking home need to be respectful to students.  School rules apply
    from our school all the way to your house. 
  • Students walking home need to be respectful to our neighbors.  Please do not
    walk in other people's yards.  It is illegal and considered trespassing. 
  • Students walking home should walk with a friend to be safe.   If you have
    any concerns about being safe before, during, or after school, tell a staff
    member.  
**BMS students always represent Boston Middle School here and away from
school.  All our rules are in place to make it safer for everyone.  Please show
others how great BMS students are! 
Print this articleLPCSC Online information/Meals
Please check out the Application for Free or Reduced Meals.These applications need to be submitted on line.   Free/Reduced meal form 

Check the BMS site and http://www.lpcsc.k12.in.us/ for updated information.

Print this articleWe Love Volunteers!

If you would like to help at BMS this school year, please fill out the attached form and return it to the school. Thank you so much.

Attached documentWe love volunteers

Print this articleExtra Curricular Groups/Clubs

We have many various groups and clubs to join here at BMS.  Check out the list!

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Print this articleRose-Hulman's Homework Hotline

Rose-Hulman's Homework Hotline provides FREE math and science homework help to Indiana students in grades 6-12. Students may contact the Homework Hotline from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. (Eastern Daylight Time), September through May toll-free at 1-877-ASK-ROSE or online at www.AskRose.org.

More informationAsk Rose

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Core Values
We believe…
  • All students are entitled to a quality education.
  • The middle school philosophy addresses the cognitive, emotional, physical and social needs of all adolescents.
  • Decisions will be information and data based in the best interest of the students.
  • Accountability for student achievement is critical.
  • A collaborative team approach is essential to ensure high performance.
  • Staff should be valued and be encouraged to develop professionally.
  • The learning environment must be safe and orderly.
  • Parents and community members are an integral and valued part of the educational process.
  • Diversity is an asset that is to be valued and respected.

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