Seventh Grade Website
QUIA Web Quizzes
Reading Counts Quiz Finder
GaDOE Online Assessment System
Faculty and Staff Listing
Student Handbook 2012-2013
25 Book Reading Requirement
Daily Class Schedule
Internet Acceptable Use Policy
Cafeteria Lunch Menu
Student Code of Conduct
Field Trip Information
2012-13 Honor Roll List
Teacher Homework Websites
New Changes to Volleyball Next Year
Coach Schade has provided a list of changes for volleyball next year. The list can be downloaded from the Athletics Page under the forums list.
Parent Survey (Spanish)
Report Cards Available May 30th
Parents will be able to pick up Report Cards from the Front Office Thursday, May 30th. Any Report Cards not picked up by Friday May 31st by 2:00PM will be mailed to the student's home address.
Relay For Life
BMMS will be raising money for American Cancer Society's Relay For Life and you can help by helping with some of the events! Check the BMMS Relay For Life Page for details!
A Note to Parents Using Internet Explorer to access Infinite Campus
It has been brought to our attention that an issue arises for some who use Internet Explorer to access the Infinite Campus portal. To assist parents, we have created a memo that may help those having trouble viewing the site.
Infinite Campus Internet Explorer Memo
Important Information from the Clinic
Attention Parents- If your student has need of a prescription and/or over-the-counter medication(s) during the school year, you must submit a School Medication Authorization along with the medication. All medications will be stored in the Clinic and administered as instructed. If you have any questions or concerns, please call Mrs. Petty, school nurse, at 770-716-3982, ext 235.
School Safety is Just a Phone Call Away: 1-800-SAY-STOP
The safety and security of any community is based on each member looking out for the safety of all its members. Bennett's Mill Middle School in conjunction with the Fayette County School System firmly believes that all students have a right to a safe and secure environment in which to learn. The Georgia Department of Education has created the School Safety Hotline for just that reason. The hotline, 1-800-SAY STOP, is designed for crisis prevention. If students know of an unsafe situation in school (weapons violations, bomb threats, drugs or alcohol, bullying, etc.), they can anonymously pass on that information through the hotline, initiating immediate and appropriate action.