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Upcoming Events
Tomorrow
- Teacher PD Day
8:00 AM - 3:00 PM
5/27/2015
- Teacher PD/Work Day
8:00 AM - 3:00 PM
6/1/2015
Repeating Event - Summer School
8:00 AM - 2:45 PM
6/2/2015
Repeating Event - Summer School
8:00 AM - 2:45 PM
6/3/2015
Repeating Event - Summer School
8:00 AM - 2:45 PM
 
District Announcements
Field Day 2015
Superintendent Search Survey
The DCR1 Board of Education has started the search to select a district superintendent. DCR1 would like your input áto determine the most important characteristics of our district superintendent. Please complete the survey linked below by Friday, May 29. The survey data will be compiled, reviewed and utilized by the Board of Education in making its selection. Thank you for taking time to participate.
Dallas Co. R-I Superintendent Search Priorities Survey:
https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/DallasR1
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Summer 2015 21st Century
Summer is right around the corner and that means new 21st Century classes! There is a variety of classes to choose from and loads of fun to be had! To sign up for and see a brochure for Summer School 21st Century classes click here.
BPMS Awards Ceremony
Please click HERE to view the schedule of the BPMS Awards Ceremony on 5/21/15
Fun times at the Library Lock-in
2015 track results
áPlease click on the link HERE to view the results of the 2015 MS track season. á
Language Arts Fair Competition
Saturday, May 2nd, some of Dallas County's best traveled to Humansville to take on the Language Arts Fair Competitions. 5th grader Kylee Deckard won 1st place in the Spelling Bee as did 6thágrader Abigail Nothnagel. Also, the Literature Bowl Team placed 3rd in their competition. Way to go Bison!á
BPMS Band Concert
The BPMS bands performed a wonderful concert April 30. A good job by the bands and Ms. Buxton, band director.
Bison Trip to Springfield Cardinals
áOn May 6, students who qualified for the Bison Trip will go see the Springfield Cardinals. áIf your child qualified, please return the permission form. Thanks, BPMS Staffá
Bison Youth Wrestling
Last weekend the Bison Youth Wrestling Club wrestled for glory at the USA State tournament in St. Louis, Missouri.á Tristan Muller from Long Lane dominated the competition and became the first State Champion in Dallas County School history! He scored an amazing 12 team points at state placing Bison Youth Wrestling 48th out of 168 schools.á Blake Dahr from Buffalo Prairie Middle School placed 5th in his 16 man bracket give him his first state finish in his already outstanding career.á Blake also scored 2 team points for our hometown team.á These young men are on the right track for greatness.á This weekend our group of grapplers will travel to Kansas City for the Brute National Tournament.á Please support your wrestlers in their continuing success.
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Archery Team
The Buffalo Archery Team attended State competition March 28th at Tan Tar A. At the high school level we had three students make it to the state level. They are Dalton Beamon, Julia Brotherton, and Dominique Wong. Dominique placed 14th out of 160 high school ágirls with a score of 280 out of 300 possible points, putting her just four away from qualifying for Nationals. Overall she placed 21st out of 597 competing at the high school level. Julia Brotherton also finished in the top 50, at 34th position out of 160 high school girls with a score of 274. Dalton Beamon finished with a score of 257.áThe BPMS Archery Team consisted of twelve students. Individually the state has broken the categories as the Elementary Division consisting of 4th and 5th grade students and the Middle School Division comprised of 6th - 8th grade students. Our team scored 2766 collectively. Bodie Jasper was high scorer for the team with a 277 out of 300, placing him 21 out of 332 students in the Middle School Boys Division. Bodie's first two rounds were perfect 50's. Ethan Casteel scored a 264, placing him 85 out of 332 middle school boys. Lane Ash finished the season scoring a 222.áAnastasia Price was our top middle school female shooter. She scored a 247, placing 139 out of 259 middle school girls. Mikala Crites scored a 223 to finish the season. áKaine Zentner placed 28th out of 243 in the Elementary Boys Division with a score of 262, and Kendrick Jackson placed 38th with a score of 247. Coltin Medcalf was close behind with a score of 245, ranking 73rd. Corbin Jasper finished the season with a 191.áThere were three 5th grade girls competing in the Elementary Girls Division. Madison Eckenrod finished 84th our of 178 competing with a score of 229. Allyson Sawyer scored a 221, and Emma Rabas a 128.áThis was the fourth year for our Bison Archery program to compete at the state level. The Bison Archery students are coached by Jarod Campbell and Kim Jackson.
2015 MAP video
Please click on the link below to view the 2015 BPMS MAP video. áParents, you may view the MAP schedule for April by clicking on the link HERE or in the calendar. áVideo:
/modules/podcast/showOrgPodcast.phtml?podcast_id=167923
Summer School classes
á Please click HERE to see the BPMS summer school brochure. á
End of 3rd Quarter Adjusted
The last day of 3rd quarter has been moved to March 19. It was originally scheduled for March 12 but due to last week's snow days, it has been adjusted.
Buffalo Prairie Facebook page
á Buffalo Prairie Middle School recently added a facebook page. áWe ask you to join our page to see updates and some exciting activities and pictures of our students. á
School Calendar 2014-2015
The school calendar for the 2014-2015 school year is now available.á You can download a copy by clicking here.á School will be in session January 19 as a snow day, make-up day.
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