BMS Daily Announcements
Monday, November 5th
Tuesday, Novemer 6th
Wednesday, November 7th
Thursday, November 8th
Friday, November 9th - none
Monday, November 12th
Tuesday, November 13th
Wednesday, November 14th
Thursday, November 15th
Friday, November 16th
New Hays CISD Electronics Policy
Violation of electronics policy
Students who violate the policy will have the following consequences.
1st Offense - Confiscation of the device and returned to student at the end of the day
2nd Offense - Confiscation of the device and returned when picked up by a parent or guardian listed on the student contact information
3rd Offense - Confiscation of the device, charged a $10 administrative fee and returned when picked up by a parent or guardian listed on the student contact information
Assigned In-School Suspension
Multiple Offenses - Confiscation of the device, charged a $10 administrative fee, picked up by a parent or guardian listed on the student contact information and disciplinary consequences
Students who fail to surrender devices will elevate consequences immediately. Confiscated phone must be picked up by the parent or guardian listed on the student contact information.
Barton Middle School invites you to participate in the Barton Bobcat Scramble Golf Tournament. All proceeds from this fundraiser will go towards funding school and student activities, projects and events. We strive to make each student at Barton Middle School feel a sense of belonging and achievement at Barton Middle School.
The Barton GTT program competed in the Cities in Space competition on November 9th. The team comprised of Audrey, Audre, Madison, Bella, Bryn, and BeBe (pictured left to right) won second place in the emerging technology category for their idea of an asteroid mining probe. This competition encourages students to look to the stars and design colonies or technologies that will help humanity flourish in space.
• Hays CISD partners with Healthy Schools, LLC to provide flu vaccinations for elementary and middle school students each fall. In order for your child to receive the flu vaccine you must return a consent form. Healthy Schools will bill insurance, but there is no out of pocket cost for parent/guardians.
Hays Consolidated Independent School District (Hays CISD) is considering becoming a District of Innovation. On October 29, 2018, during its regularly scheduled board business meeting, the Hays CISD Board of Trustees adopted a resolution to initiate the process of exploring the benefits of becoming a District of Innovation. With this status, Hays CISD would be able to further personalize how instruction is delivered to students.
On Friday, November 9th and Monday, November 12th, our campuses will be hosting a variety of events to honor our veterans. Please check with each campus to learn of their plans. Hays CISD employees serve the students of the school district with distinction and honor. Some have also answered the call to serve our nation. This webpage stands in tribute to those...
Hays Consolidated Independent School District (Hays CISD) Superintendent Dr. Eric Wright is pleased to announce the selection of Brett Miksch as the principal of Johnson High School, which is scheduled to open in August 2019. The Hays CISD Board of Trustees unanimously approved hiring Miksch at its meeting on October 29, 2018.
The process is underway to create new high school attendance zones in Hays CISD to accommodate the opening of the district’s third high school next year. Johnson High School will open in August 2019 and needs an attendance zone. In August, the Board of Trustees voted to empanel a committee of 35 citizens to review proposed maps, receive public input, and create a recommendation that will be presented to the Board for a vote in either November or December of this year. This committee met for the first time Thursday, September 27, 2018.
The Hays Consolidated Independent School District is pleased to announce that Phillip Taylor has been named the district’s director of safety and security. This is a brand new position for Hays CISD, which expects to see a student enrollment this school year that surpasses 20,000 for the first time. “Our Board and district leadership decided this summer that we need to have a person whose job is entirely focused on student and campus safety and security,” said Superintendent Dr. Eric Wright. “Given our size and the times in which we live, this position is important, and I couldn’t be more pleased that Phillip Taylor will serve our students and employees in this role.”