Ten Years of service at Bailey Middle (THANK YOU)
“DO THE WRITE THING” ESSAY CONTEST
CHOOSE 1 QUESTION.
WRITE A 1 PAGE, SINGLE-SPACED ESSAY.
REMEMBER TO PROOFREAD.
What are the causes of youth violence? (How do you involve other people in
positive alternatives to drug use and/or violence?)
What can I do about youth violence?
(Consider a specific person OR community organization that has been
instrumental in addressing the anti-drug and/or anti-violence movement in your
community. Explain their contributions and justify your choice.
Due Date: No later than Monday, November 30th.
Turn in your essays to Officer Watts. Begin writing today!
CMS has added four early dismissal days for 2015-2016
Dismissal will start at 1:15 pm
Dates: October 7, January 20, March 1, April 20
January 20 - CMS Early Release Day
As you are aware, CMS has implemented four early release days this year. The second of these will be held next
Wednesday, January 20th . On January 20th, we will dismiss three hours early at 1:15 pm. This is necessary so that our teachers can participate in
professional development workshops.
Our school will open at our normal time and lunch will be provided. Our buses will complete the end-of-day routes and
parents/guardians will be able to pick up students who are car riders.
We ask that you arrive in the car rider line no later than 1:15 pm. All students need to be picked up by 1:30
pm. We also ask that you notify any other after school care to ensure that they expect your Bronco earlier than usual.
If you have questions, please contact us at 980.343.1068.
Attention Parents – Please Plan Ahead Now For The
2015-2016 Early Release Days
Dismissal at 1:15
Dismissal at 1:15
Dismissal at 2:15
Dismissal at 1:15
Veterans Day Program was a great success. Special thanks to all who particated and attended. Mrs. Lester
speared a very talented program. Click here: Veteran's Day1.pdf
For more pictures please visit the Bailey in Action panel.
Winter Sports: Boy & Girls Basketball
Bailey's 7 Habits Tree
Thank You, Mrs. Julian and The Honor Art Class (Great Job) Mrs. Julian has contributed so much to the art development
at Bailey Middle. Thank you.
School Tours and Events for Future Bronco Families
Bailey Middle School will be offering four different days for parents to visit and get a glimpse of what their kids will
experience in middle school next year or sometime in the future. We have also coordinated visits for all of the current 5th
grade students at each of our four feeder schools in February. Our Student Leadership Ambassadors will be assisting
with our parent tours so you can get the perspective of a student at Bailey. This group of student leaders will also be
coordinating all aspects of the 5th grade visits in February to ensure that we provide the information that kids need and
want to know, as well as, a view of what Bailey will offer them in middle school. Lastly, we will host two “Spirit Nights” in
January for families to come out to Bailey, take a tour, and enjoy a basketball game. These have been very popular and
also give parents and students a chance to see what Bailey can offer for their student. Please mark your calendars for
the dates below.
November 4th and 18th – School Tours @ 9:30 am
December 2nd & 16th – School Tours @ 9:30 am
January 21st and 28th – Basketball Spirit Nights 5:00-7:00 pm
February 8th-12th – Feeder School Visits for 5th Graders
New Browser Home Page for Students
Bailey Middle school Profile Report.pdf
Bailey Middle School Horsepower Motorsports Club
Bailey Middle School Horsepower Motorsports.docx
Bailey Middle School Horsepower Motorsports.pdf
Master Calendar 15-16 (2).pdf
North Carolina law requires students entering 7th grade to have a Tdap booster (to protect against tetanus,
diphtheria, and pertussis or whooping cough) and a dose of Meningitis vaccine by the first day of school.
Most of children have met the requirement of the Tdap last year as the state has changed the requirement
from 6th to 7th grade, effective July 1, 2015. However, the Meningitis vaccine is a new requirement. If your
child has already received these vaccines, please make sure the school has the record as proof of immunization.
If your child has not received these required vaccines, or if you are not sure, please contact your doctor or health
care provider as soon as possible to obtain this information. You can also contact the Mecklenburg County Health
Department for an immunization appointment at 704-336-6500. Please submit these records to the school as
the vaccines are obtained. Parents must provide proof of immunizations within 30 days of school entry or your
child will be excluded from school until these records are submitted. If you have any questions or need assistance,
please contact the school. More information on community locations for immunizations is available on the CMS
website at www/cms.k12.nc.us. Thank you for your help with important matter.