Are you new to the area? Do you want to know a little more about Blue Ridge Middle?
If so take a look at our introductory video to find out just a little more our school community!
Attention 8th Grade Parents!
It's now time to sign up for your student's Individual Graduation Plan Conference. Please click on the link below or use the QR code to access the form.
The Greenville Drive is sponsoring their Reading All Stars program again this year. BRMS students who read 500 pages between February 6th and March 10th will receive a voucher for a ticket to a Greenville Drive Game on either April 25th
or April 26th. At the game students will receive a Reading All Stars hat, a book, and will have the chance to meet the Drive players before the game. Students may pick up the necessary forms from their ELA teacher or in the media center. For all the details
We invite all parents to attend "Breakfast with Bullard" on March 8 from 7:30am-9am. Breakfast will be served in the Media Center.
Shout out to your student on our Digital Sign on their Birthday! Cost is $10. You may include a funny or professional picture if you wish. Please complete form below including the picture. Money should be turned in through MySchoolBucks. (Look for "Birthday Wish" under market place). Please email Mr. Barnette with questions or with picture if needed.
Please submit payment and form at least 10 school days before your child's birthday.
Cell phone usage is not permitted at Blue Ridge Middle School from the start of school (8:10 am) until the end of the day (3:15 pm). If a student has a cell phone at school, that student is expected to keep the phone turned off and in their bookbag at all times during the school day. Failure to do so will result in a disciplinary action.
Air pods, Bluetooth earbuds, and wired headphones can be used for instructional use in the classroom ONLY when approved by the teacher. Students should not have earbuds or wired headphones in their ears in the hallways, restrooms, cafeteria, or classrooms.
Smartwatches-Electronic devices such as Smartwatches and electronic games should not be brought to school. Phones and/or Bluetooth earbuds that are out, visible, or used during the school day will result in a referral, beginning with the first offense.