8th Grade Washington DC Trip is ON!!
The annual 8th Grade Washington DC Trip is ON! Please visit https://www.dctrip92673.com for more information. This year Mrs. Baedecker, one of our newest teachers at BAMS will be our 8th grader's... more
BAMS PTSA is looking for a wonderful parent volunteer to serve as our communications/newsletter liaison. TELL ME MORE... The communications/ newsletter volunteer could be one parent or a shared... more
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Red Ribbon Week
Congratulations to Tricia Nelson of Locust Corner Elementary School in Cincinnati for creating this year's Red Ribbon Theme: Be Happy. Be Brave. Be Drug Free. ™ Tricia's theme was chosen from hundreds of submissions through our National Red Ribbon Theme Contest which runs from January 1 through December 2. Her winning theme will help amplify the campaign's mission, which is to encourage children, families and communities to live healthy, happy and drug-free lives. It also serves as a reminder that we are all empowered with shaping the communities around us through positivity, bravery and strength. We hope the theme encourages everyone to express themselves and their feelings no matter what.
We've compiled some of our favorite educational resources and lesson plans for you below. We hope these will help to make your Red Ribbon Week the most impactful ever.
Community Anti-Drug Coalitions of America
Drug Enforcement Administration
Lock Your Meds
Mothers Against Drunk Driving
National Association for Children of Alcoholics
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration
National Institue on Drug Abuse
No School Pupil-Free Day
PTSA Meeting 3
Please join us for our general
November 11th @ 9:00 am
Conference Room in the Office
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CAN'T MAKE IT?
If you are unable to attend but would like
more information or to stay involved,
please contact our Volunteer Coordinator
BAMS | ASB
The Associated Student Body Class, or ASB, works with Mrs. Burke to learn the skills of leadership and student government. They also do fundraising and activities like school dances, lunch time games,... more
BAMS | PAL
PAL is an elective that leads through acts of service to BAMS, Truman Benedict and our community. PALS are here to help in ways that include: helping keep our school drug free and bully free through... more
BAMS | Recycling
BAMS Recycling The BAMS Recycling Program is collecting on Monday and Friday mornings from 8:05 8:35 AM. BAMS will begin collecting plastic bottles, aluminum cans and newspapers at the recycling... more
BAMS | Reflections
REFLECTIONS ART WORK IS DUE FRIDAY OCTOBER 2nd! Please watch this year's Reflection Video for more information: CLICK HERE Now, more than ever, we need the arts to find balance, connection and... more
Forest Ranch Education Foundation | FREF
Our Mission: The Forster Ranch Education Foundation was created by parents of students at Truman Benedict and Bernice Ayer Middle School. It is a volunteer-led, non-profit organization which is... more
PTA Special Education Representative Every PTA in our district has a Special Education Representative position. The PTA Special Education Representative attends a monthly CAC (Special Education... more